Bob Favre Kennesaw, Georgia
Life Coach, Career Coach, Entrepreneurship Coach
BS, Georgia Tech & Psychology Cert, Certified Project Management Professional at the PM Institute, SAFE Agile Scrum Master, Co-Founder Behavioral Kinetics
Bob Favre founded Behavioral Kinetics, LLC with his wife, Crystal Favre, LPC in June of 2013. Crystal is a Licensed Professional Counselor there and has helped hundreds of children, adolescents, adults and families recover, grow and take control of their lives. Bob worked after hours and weekends building the internal operations of Crystal’s practice while also managing projects for Delta Airlines worth up to $70M with thousands of people and moving parts. He saw how Crystal was able to help many people lead better lives through one-on-one sessions and decided to also have a direct positive effect on people by offering Life Coaching at Behavioral Kinetics.
In his early years, Bob, inspired by his father who was an advocate for the teachings of Earl Nightingale, learned the impact attitude can have every day of our lives and therefore, on our entire lives. Later he adopted many of the techniques of Steven Covey from his “7 Habits of Highly Effective People”, including starting with the end in mind and techniques for time management. His 30 years of personnel and project management experience have given him extensive know-how in getting companies and people from A to B. He holds a PMP from the Project Management Institute and is a SAFE 5 Certified Scrum Master in agile, iterative transformations.
Since founding Behavioral Kinetics, Bob has developed his own models and tools adapted from his readings and experiences that will help you focus on the goals that matter most to you. He'll help you break down difficult complex objectives into smaller tasks until they’re straightforward and achievable, then work with you to prioritize your time and effort to ensure you see and capitalize on the possibilities that always exist around you.
"I don't use new-age stuff. It's about looking at the big picture of your current experience, collaboratively getting your hard tasks organized so they're manageable, considering feelings vs. actions, and realizing your goals."
There are many ways to define success. For myself, I like to think that my life so far is a huge triumph. I have a beautiful wife, two angelic kids, a job I love, wonderful friends & family, excellent health and habits, comfortable prosperity, etc. Without a doubt, I will always have the utmost appreciation for the help, guidance, and wisdom that Bob has provided to me over the years. He was (and is) absolutely instrumental in helping me achieve my own humble version of nirvana. One of the early lessons that Bob passed on was the concept of accountability. Not just to myself but to everyone around me to various degrees. He made me realize that everything that I do impacts and reflects on others either positively or negatively. Using this as a driver was very helpful in reaching my goals (be positive and do positive things). It is not always easy as life situations do present challenges at times as do some people I come across. However, with patience & commitment, and the help of Bob's intent listening, honest feedback, and strategic suggestions, I have been able to exceed beyond the wildest imaginations of my boyhood self many years ago. I take pride in knowing that my parents are looking down from heaven with great contentment in knowing that their son is doing well.Matt