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Hi I'm Roger

I'm a husband, father and grandfather. I'm a psychologist and management consultant. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a psychologist, author, coach and management consultant. I work with leaders of companies to help them clarify their vision, improve their ability to work together, and create a climate in which all employees feel respected and are treated as true partners in the business. I love helping people do the deep work to overcome barriers that keep them from living their full potential. I'm also a husband, father, and grandfather and take great pleasure in spending time with family. I love the out of doors, running, hiking, biking, and enjoying time in the mountains.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because of the wonderful gospel values and principles that guide me on a day-to-day basis. I find great peace in my membership in the church, especially, as I listen to the promptings of the Holy Ghost and watch the hand of God at work in my life each day. It feels good to have a personal relationship with God; to know that he loves me and sustains me in everything I do. I also find deep satisfaction in being part of a loving community of people who not only worship together but love and watch out for one another. And I've found in the church simple truths about the meaning of life, who I am and who I can become. My testimony of the teachings of the truth bring meaning into my life.

How I live my faith

I participate in my faith by attending meetings every Sunday where I can worship and learn with other members of our congregation. I have the opportunity to build deep relationships with a handful of members of the church by visiting their homes and supporting them in their spiritual development by asking about how they're doing and leaving them an uplifing, spiritual message. These relationships are very meaningful to me. I have had many other assigments (callings) in the church in which I've had the opportunity to teach adults and youth, organize programs and minister to the needs of our members. My church service brings me joy and is an important part of who I am.