Step Into Your BIGness!

I’m 6′ 4″, I wear size 17 shoes and I weigh around 380 lbs.

When I was a kid, I didn’t fit in… I was weird and misunderstood, and I was bullied a lot. Because of that I decided that I would never make someone else feel bad about themselves because of me, because I knew how it felt to be on the receiving end. So I learned how to look harmless… that’s a really hard thing to do when you’re my size, but I do it every day.

I have since learned how to tell my story to people on stage… revealing all my vulnerabilities and parts of myself I don’t like, and owning them in front of everyone. I’m telling a story that is personal to me, and I have felt a kind of power in that vulnerability, like a groundedness and a sense of purpose.

I’ve spent so much of my life making assumptions about how others think of me and apologizing for who I am, that I never really saw what was good in acknowledging those facets of myself… only once I’ve seen myself for what I am can I possibly see what I can become.

My inner journey around coming into acceptance with being a large man has given me a certain awareness about how to really come into your own, get past social stigmas and use perceived negative traits as a platform for realizing your true potential.

I teach people how to:

  • Find their own answers and direction within

  • Connect with their authentic selves to discover their essence

  • Step into their ‘BIGness’ and embody their true potential!


What does it mean to you?

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2 comments on “Step Into Your BIGness!

  1. Go, Trev! I rejoice to see you stepping into your destiny – something I long to do myself. Perhaps you will help show me the way.

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