Founder and CEO, Tasman Center for Jewish Creativity

I feel incredibly lucky to have had an opportunity to take those initial steps in sharing my dreams, to be supported by K Street Coaching®, and to be really seen and valued for my vision. The value coaching has provided has been helping me articulate not only my vision

Business Organizer

It’s really hard to take an honest look at yourself by yourself without having a sounding board or someone to talk you through what you’re feeling or what you’re thinking. It’s very easy to analyze and judge other people, but it’s almost impossible to do it for yourself.

Lawyer and Lobbyist

K Street Coaching® has been kind of a godsend to me, not to over-exaggerate it. I left a structured environment where I was at a very major law firm and I joined a small practice. Working with Gideon has helped me feel like I have a life raft in a very turbulent sea of my… Read More

US-China Strong Foundation

There’s this concept that it’s better to keep your weaknesses and your difficulties to yourself and slowly work on them yourself. Everybody does that. We all do it. The things that I’m really upset with myself for doing, I’m not going to tell anyone.

Founder, Borderless Wine

You will get something out of coaching. You will get something out of it either personally or professionally. And for me those things are one and the same. I’ve become better in both worlds because of K Street Coaching®.

Nonprofit Professional

Coaching has allowed me the space for clarity, the space for improvement, and the space for myself. It is easy to get consumed by everyday life; with work, family and relationships, I can easily forget about myself.

International Trade Commissioner

K Street Coaching® helped me separate how I think I should be feeling about a particular issue and put me in touch with how I actually feel about it. This gave me a higher sense of security about my own thoughts — that they’re real and valid.

Managing Partner, Savor Strategies

Time is fleeting. At some point, you want to be coming home at the end of the day and saying, “I nailed it. I killed it. I did it.” You want to lessen the times that you’re coming and saying “I’m still learning from my failures,” or “I’m still in this development mode.”

Co-Founder, Twin Engine Coffee Company

Before Twin Engine Coffee began in 2013, another project began. Sitting in my office in Rome, Italy, a few years prior, I had a great job as an agricultural economist. I earned a Ph.D. from an excellent university.

Advertising Executive

I grew up with coaches that got in your face and yelled. Gideon Culman isn’t that kind of coach. He’s smarter than that – he’s not there to tell you what to do, he’s there to help you find what works for you.