Daniel Packard is a U.C. Berkeley Mechanical Engineer, former stand-up comedian, personal development disruptor and Founder of Inner Fitness Academy - a pioneering personal development company (developed over ten years of research and testing) that activates deep, permanent change in results-focused performers (including NFL Athletes) that are already aware of ‘what’ holds them back, but want a practical and effective ‘how.’

Daniel is also the author of ‘The Simple Mechanics of Confidence – A Playful, Practical Guide To Building Deep Confidence Quickly.’ He is also an elite level coach and award-winning trainer delivering over 500 trainings to companies, universities and government organizations throughout Africa, India, Europe, Asia, and the U.S.

Daniel is also the founder of his non-profit Global Inner Fitness Training (GIFT) which brings his innovate inner solutions to address global social issues (poverty, racism, violence, addiction…etc.) in developing nations.  Most recently Daniel worked with:  SAANCA in South Africa helping drug addicts,  ‘Afrika Tikkun’ in South Africa helping factory workers build a success focused mindset, and ANEC in Dharamshala, India helping high schools students build strong inner resilience and self-esteem.

 

He also really likes cinnamon rolls and is a surprisingly groovy dancer.  

Daniel Packard is a U.C. Berkeley Mechanical Engineer, former stand-up comedian, personal development disruptor and Founder of Inner Fitness Academy - a pioneering personal development company (developed over ten years of research and testing) that activates deep, permanent change in results-focused performers (including NFL Athletes) that are already aware of ‘what’ holds them back, but want a practical and effective ‘how.’

Daniel is also the author of ‘The Simple Mechanics of Confidence – A Playful, Practical Guide To Building Deep Confidence Quickly.’ He is also an elite level coach and award-winning trainer delivering over 500 trainings to companies, universities and government organizations throughout Africa, India, Europe, Asia, and the U.S.

Daniel is also the founder of his non-profit Global Inner Fitness Training (GIFT) which brings his innovate inner solutions to address global social issues (poverty, racism, violence, addiction…etc.) in developing nations.  Most recently Daniel worked with:  SAANCA in South Africa helping drug addicts,  ‘Afrika Tikkun’ in South Africa helping factory workers build a success focused mindset, and ANEC in Dharamshala, India helping high schools students build strong inner resilience and self-esteem.

 

He also really likes cinnamon rolls and is a surprisingly groovy dancer.  

In his own words

Hey it's Daniel

I appreciate your interest in the work I do. And I appreciate that you haven't given up on yourself and are still striving to make a better life for yourself.

On some level I think everything I've gone through both good and bad (especially the bad) was to help me help people like you.  People that have tried a lot of things already to improve their lives, but no matter what they try: The patterns keep repeating. The relationships keep collapsing.  The insecurity keeps happening.  The overall lack of fulfillment just keeps following you around.  

That is where I started out. I was painfully insecure, anxious, cared way too much what people thought of me, my love life was so sad and painful it should have been sponsored by Kleenex.  And so I thought 'I know... I will go work on myself.'  

So I became obsessed with spiritual and personal development classes, videos, workshops, trainings, heck I was probably even in a cult at one point and didn't even know it.  The point is, if it was part of personal growth, I did it.

Sounds good right? How could working on yourself be a bad idea?  Well because after spending $100,000 and 10 years of my life working on myself I never really felt all that much better.

Sure I learned some things.  Sure I had more awareness about my patterns. But I was still dealing with the patterns.  I was still doing symptom management

I thought to myself

 'something is really off here.'

If you went to a gym for ten years and still more or less looked the same would you keep going to that gym? Of course not. 

But when it comes to spirituality and personal development we accept this.

But I am a Mechanical Engineer and decided to see if there was a better way.

Turns out there is.

There is a much better way.

And this what I want to share with you.

So you can move beyond symptom management

And experience full life liberation.

Sound good?

Heck yeah it does!

In his own words

Hey it's Daniel

I appreciate your interest in the work I do. And I appreciate that you haven't given up on yourself and are still striving to make a better life for yourself.

On some level I think everything I've gone through both good and bad (especially the bad) was to help me help people like you.  People that have tried a lot of things already to improve their lives, but no matter what they try: The patterns keep repeating. The relationships keep collapsing.  The insecurity keeps happening.  The overall lack of fulfillment just keeps following you around.  

That is where I started out. I was painfully insecure, anxious, cared way too much what people thought of me, my love life was so sad and painful it should have been sponsored by Kleenex.  And so I thought 'I know... I will go work on myself.'  

So I became obsessed with spiritual and personal development classes, videos, workshops, trainings, heck I was probably even in a cult at one point and didn't even know it.  The point is, if it was part of personal growth, I did it.

Sounds good right? How could working on yourself be a bad idea?  Well because after spending $100,000 and 10 years of my life working on myself I never really felt all that much better.

Sure I learned some things.  Sure I had more awareness about my patterns. But I was still dealing with the patterns.  I was still doing symptom management

I thought to myself

 'something is really off here.'

If you went to a gym for ten years and still more or less looked the same would you keep going to that gym? Of course not. 

But when it comes to spirituality and personal development we accept this.

But I am a Mechanical Engineer and decided to see if there was a better way.

Turns out there is.

There is a much better way.

And this what I want to share with you.

So you can move beyond symptom management

And experience full life liberation.

Sound good?

Heck yeah it does!

DANIEL PACKARD

TRAINING & COACHING

DANIEL PACKARD

TRAINING & COACHING

About Daniel

About Daniel