Why We're Here

Updated: Oct 26, 2021

“The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.” -Steve Jobs

I must be crazy.


I’ve spent much of my life waiting. Waiting for the right person to approach about an idea. Waiting to be in the right financial position to start a business. Waiting for the right time to ask the hard questions. Waiting for the right moment to ask for a raise or promotion. Waiting for my turn to step into a new leadership role. Waiting for the right time to get in shape. Waiting for the perfect plan to come together for my life. Generally, waiting to improve health.


Yet that’s my personal mission – to improve health – and I’ve spent years waiting.


Waiting to improve my own health. Waiting to ensure my family’s health. And waiting to speak up publicly about the ways I believe we all can improve health.


Truth be told, I’m tired of waiting.


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I want to have a profound and positive impact on the world, and I can feel the momentum picking up.


So, I invested in establishing a company and brand to ensure there are clear opportunities to expand my influence beyond any particular location, role, or institution. Not because I don’t love what I do and where I do it (I do); but because I often find myself thinking too big. My ideas are beyond the scope of the role. My timeline is too aggressive for the institution. My vision is beyond the current location.


Seger Morris, LLC is bigger than just me and my vision... the company will evolve into a platform to develop leaders, allow them to share ideas, and enable them to make their mark - all in the context of improving health. Why? Because I absolutely love doing those things.


So let's get started!


I want you to ask me the hard questions. I want to ask you the hard questions. I want to teach anyone and everyone what I’ve learned; and I want to learn new things alongside anyone and everyone who wants to teach me.


Together, we can change the world.

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