David Mesas is a performance coach, sales professional, entrepreneur, and most importantly, a dad to two blessed boys and husband to an amazing woman. For the past 15 years he’s worked on both developing himself as a sales professional and continuously putting in the work to improve himself and grow. He’s had the opportunity to develop business relationships with a number of Fortune 500 companies, driving successful business results for companies such as Advance Auto Parts, AT&T, Aetna, Chevron, Comcast, Cox Communications, Mazda North America, McDonald’s, MoneyGram, US Bank, and Wendy’s.
In addition to his work and life experiences, David has been trained by some of the top leaders in the fields of personal and business development. He’s an avid reader and has read or listened to over 200 books on personal development, business, sales, and living an inspired life. He has a passion for inspiring others to realize their full potential and achieve the goals they set for themselves. David has learned many techniques, habits, and systems that have helped him achieve an inspired life; which he hopes to share with you on a personal 1-to-1 level.
Earned a BA in Management Information Systems.
Began my career in business development (sales) at Clear Channel Radio (iHeart Radio).
Began reading books to improve myself and expand my knowledge of the subjects I’m passionate about today.
In 2003 I read a book, The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield, which opened my mind about the way I had been living up to that point. It also created in me an insatiable hunger to read more books and consume more content that would inspire me to improve myself. I got a hold of books such as, Think & Grow Rich, Your Erroneous Zones, The Power of Now, and The Law of Attraction. Every good advice I read, I would test out in my life, ultimately creating a new of thinking and approaching my life. It gave me the awareness to realize I was dating the woman I wanted to enjoy the rest of my life journey with, so I proposed to marry her in 2014 and fulfilled my promise the following year.
My new mindset allowed me to dream bigger and set goals I would have thought impossible in the past. By 2008 I started running to lose weight, and once that goal was met, I set a goal to run my first half marathon the next year. I completed the race in 2009 and from that day have begun a weekly running routine that still continues to this day. In January 2013 I ran my first full marathon and followed it up with a second marathon in December of the same year.