Fort Wellness Counseling

in Fort Worth, Texas
Drew Myers

Make the important things important, starting with YOU. Always put your goals, dreams, and aspirations in the spotlight – because that’s exactly where they belong.

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in·ten·tion·al·i·ty (noun)

/inˌten(t)SHəˈnalədē/ 1.) the fact or quality of being done on purpose or with intent. 2.) an attitude of purposefulness, with a commitment to deliberate action.

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The power of hiring 
Drew Myers, Life Coach

As an intentionality and life coach, Drew Myers stresses developing a neutral mindset. Whether working with business executives or youth athletes, he applies his F.R.A.M.E. approach to keep his clients from getting too high or too low.  

“When I’m working with my clients who are athletes, neutral thinking is imperative – because there is always a next pitch, a next snap or a next tee shot,” Myers said. “When I’m working with business leaders or entrepreneurs, neutral thinking is just as powerful. There is going to be another important decision to make, another potential opportunity that presents itself or another fire to put out.” 


Traits of an Effective Life Coach

  • Strong communication skills
  • Encourages, motivates, and inspires
  • Demonstrates active listening skills
  • Respects and values the client and coach relationship
  • Cultivates empathy
  • Passionate about helping others
  • Strategically challenges their clients to get results
  • Great at problem-solving and brainstorming solutions
  • Always learning to be their best for clients
  • Embodies compassion

One-on-One Coaching Focus Areas

  • Empower them to be their best self
  • Encourage goal setting
  • Learn what it means to have mental toughness and resilience
  • Increase self-confidence
  • Learn emotional intelligence and resilience
  • Understand the characteristics of a leader
  • Learn the difference between leading and following
  • Discuss the importance of a team
  • Develop a personal mantra
  • Improve self-esteem
  • Learn how to manage emotions and intensity
  • Engage with the parents of athletes 
  • Be empathetic
  • Discuss positive self-talk (truths and affirmations)
  • Embrace effective communication
  • Learn ways how to lead by example
  • Stress the power of  visualization
Drew Myers

Coaching Services
Drew Myers Offers:

  • Intentionality Coaching
  • Mindset Coaching
  • Mental Performance Coaching
  • Coaching for Young Athletes
  • Life Coaching
  • Mental Resilience Coaching
  • Personal Development
  • Transformational Coaching
  • Wellness Coaching
  • Health Coaching
  • Leadership Coaching
  • Business Executive Coaching

Drew Myer's Core Values

Be a Change Catalyst

Drew is positively impacting the lives of others with his #liveonpurpose initiative on his syndicated radio show and podcast. By inspiring action, he encourages change and impacts those who follow through and experience desired results.

Neutral Thinking

Drew believes in the power of neutral thinking. Therefore, he teaches you how to not allow yourself to get too high and not get too low. Stay neutral.

Empower Community

Drew gives people the tools to confidently live the life they want by identifying what’s important to them and their surrounding communities. He empowers them to put their goals, dreams, and aspirations in the spotlight.

Inspire Others

Drew is a masterful storyteller who challenges people to embrace their stories. His story resonates. His secret: Be real.

Approach to Coaching:
Going Full Throttle in Neutral


It’s a powerful place to be. 

Drew was introduced to neutral thinking by a mental coach named Trevor Moawad. 

Myers explains: “If you’re in the midst of a winning streak and you get too high, you’re going to lose focus and get cocky. That’s when details get overlooked or you cut corners. That’s when you get humbled by Murphy’s Law. 

“If you’re in a rut and get too low – thinking there is no hope and life is unfair – you’re never going to generate positive traction. You’re going to stay in that pit, at least until the death spiral swallows you whole.”

That is why neutral thinking is so powerful.

Moawad said:
“It’s a method of making decisions that requires us to strip away our biases and focus on facts. It allows us to make decisions in a judgment-free manner – that accepts what has happened in the past with the understanding that what happened before doesn’t guarantee what will happen next.

It’s about focusing on the here and now – the situation at hand. Neutral thinking accepts the past, but understands it has nothing to do with what happens next.

Meet Your Coach, Drew Myers:
Intentionality Coach in Fort Worth, Texas


Hometown is Duncanville, TX. Coming out of school, Drew wanted to write for Sports Illustrated. During college that shifted to being a roadie in a band.

One-on-One Coaching

He works with individuals, focusing on where they are in their story and helping them get to where they want to go. At Fort Wellness Counseling, he will see high-performance athletes on the mental aspect of their sport and high-performance business executives looking to take their profession to the next level.


Master in Educational Administration from Prairie View A&M University. Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Journalism from Midwestern State University.

Sixes Podcast

His Podcast – Sixes: Same but Different – is led to this opportunity with Fort Wellness Counseling. He had the honor to interview Rane Wallace as part of a six-part podcast series on mental health. They instantly connected, which led to inspiring conversations that usually started with, "what if..."

Location and Interests

He currently lives in Rainbow, Texas, on the banks of the Brazos River. He enjoys running at least one mile every single day, re-watching episodes of Ted Lasso and writing (blog posts or his next book).

Published Author

Published author of the book “The Tacos and Chocolate Diet,” which was released in September of 2021

Interesting Mentions

He has a Life List of 55 things to accomplish in 555 days. He is also a worm farmer. His favorite title is "Dad" to his two children - Crash (13) and Ily Belle (9).

Importance of Stories

As a motivational and meraki speaker, Drew reiterates how important our stories are – the past, present, and the future ... the good, the bad, and the ugly. He says that he would not be where he is without following the crazy path that he has traveled. He reminds audiences that life is short and inspires them to make essential things meaningful.

Path to Destiny

Drew had 11 jobs in 11 years after graduating from Midwestern State University. During that time, he kept his heart and mind open and finally embraced his gifts of speaking, writing, and pouring into others.

Work with Athletes

Experience with athletes of all levels, including an Olympian and Collegiate Golfer. Has served as the Mental Skills Coach for Select Baseball Team for three years. His most impactful on-the-job training came as a college football coach and recruiting coordinator for a major Division I football program (Go Frogs!)

Meraki Speaker

Drew has traveled across the world delivering the inspiring message of his primary keynote, “Make the Important Things Important - Starting with YOU!”.


Certified Coach through the John Maxwell Leadership Program

Kind words about Drew Myers as a Speaker & Coach

“When Drew speaks, he has the audience in the palm of his hand. He is a great storyteller; you can hear a pin drop one minute, laughter the next, and tears building up in your eyes. Drew makes you want to access your own goals in life and realign them to live an intentional life.”

Drew Myers Intentionality Coach in the Media

IHRSA The Global Health and Fitness Association Make the Important Things Important

Meraki Speaker Keynote Speech: Inspirational Notes A Soulful Experience

TEDx TAMU Make the Important Things Important - Starting with You