For over 30 years David Ault has been a prophetic voice in the human potential movement as an unwavering crusader for mindfulness, global literacy and social justice. Whether through teaching, evolutionary coaching and keynote presentations, David’s singular intention has always been in bridging our collective forgetfulness into our great collective reawakening. As an award winning author, leadership coach, and global education advocate, he loves leading through example and abides by the motto that people would rather ‘see a lesson than hear one’.
David actively tours and coaches associations, business leaders and individuals on the paramount importance of value based living and the uncovering of individual and collective hidden themes that hinder optimal living and performance. In Atlanta, he serves as dean to a council of multi-generational, multi-faith leaders who assist others in dissolving systemic issues of unworthiness, bias and racism and builds new mental equivalents of equality, character, ethics, spirituality and wellness.
David is the founder of Kaleidoscope Child Foundation, whose mission is to advance vulnerable children and communities worldwide with sustainable education, life skills and fresh water. Beginning more than 14 years ago, Kaleidoscope now operates schools in Siem Reap Cambodia, Bodhgaya and Lakhanpur India and partners with literacy programs throughout Guatemala serving more than 800 children annually.
As a respected teacher, writer and columnist, David is the author of the bestseller, Where Regret Cannot Find Me and the multi-award winning, The Grass Is Greener Right Here. David resides in Atlanta, GA.
Get info and donate to David’s schools in Cambodia, India and Guatemala: kaleidoscopechildfoundation.org
Transformation Tribe with David Ault
The Transformation Tribe is for those who are tired of looking back. See, the thing about transformation is that it is not the same as change. With change (changing our minds, changing our habits, changing our jobs) we have the ability to revert back to the same things we changed from. With transformation there is no turning back. Think of the oak tree never being able to revert back to the acorn or the butterfly back to the caterpillar. What makes us finally commit to our personal path of transformation through living out loud, decluttering our minds, expanding our hearts, reevaluating our choices and social circles so that once and for all we embark on doing the things we think we cannot do?
This is what we will explore and this is your invitation to join the tribe!