Are You Living Up To
Your Potential?

You’re working hard for more financial abundance and freedom. You see the path getting longer and steeper and you tell yourself and others that you need to sacrifice a little more, just a little longer, then you can “make it”.

Yet what if the summit you see now is a false summit

What if there’s just another one beyond this one?

About Faisal Ensaun

As an immigrant from a war-torn country, I've faced immense challenges, including overcoming addiction and bouts of deep personal despair. Today, I stand as a beacon of success, fulfillment, and purpose, reaching heights that seemed unimaginable in my childhood.

Throughout my career, I have had the privilege of coaching over 2,000 individuals from diverse backgrounds—ranging from students and stay-at-home moms to CEOs and multimillionaires. Certified in high-performance coaching since 2015 and business coaching since 2022, I've made profound impacts through both one-on-one sessions and group workshops. I regularly appear on podcasts and at events, inspiring participants to connect deeply with their visions and unlock their potential.

I co-founded the Coaching Mastery Community to empower other coaches to refine their skills and expand their practices. I also lead the CMI Coaching and Mentoring Mastermind for multifamily investors and entrepreneurs, providing weekly sessions that focus on high performance, personal development, and investing.

I am a devoted father to two beautiful daughters and the husband of a successful coach who has been my rock. When not coaching, I enjoy camping and traveling the world with my family. Whether it's in our motorhome or by plane, ship, or train, I cherish connecting with nature and meeting people committed to making a positive impact. As a community leader, I am dedicated to helping the younger generation achieve more than we ever did.

My mission is to lead a life worth living and to support my family and community in their continued growth. I am driven to help those who seek to understand themselves and their potential, aiding them in creating better lives, raising stronger families, and building thriving organizations, so that we can create a better world for us  and the future generations.

It wasn't always like this...

I know it sucks when things that we want or the joyful relationships in our life become challenges and complexities that drain us.


Many of us find ourselves inadvertently doing everything we can to get away from the pain and frustration.

Even working more to do so.
That was me.

I learned the hard way how my achievement was taking me further from my own real dreams.

Like you—and many of my clients—I studied for a degree, climbed the corporate ladder in a profession and worked hard to overcome using substances and distractions to help me get through my overwhelm, lack of clarity, and waiting to heal from my past trauma before I could move forward.

After all my achievements, I was still waking up miserable. I couldn’t connect with my wife and family, I didn’t know how to start a business. I didn’t know who I was.

I spent over $40,000 and years of work to get me THERE... but I wasn’t anywhere close to the “HERE” I wanted.

I sat with my problems and wondered, “Maybe I’m the problem…”

I'm ambitious. I can work. I can do a lot of things, but I realized at some point I've been given the skillset to do a job, but I haven't been taught how to live.

 I haven't been taught how to be happy. I haven't been taught how to connect with other people or move towards my dreams. I haven't been taught how to focus on the goals that matter to me, or to know what truly matters to me and isn’t blindly adopted from others. I haven't been taught any of that stuff.

What’s wrong? Why is it still not working?
Why is achieving your goals so hard?

The systems and tools we’re taught for goal setting and achievement are missing very critical elements that make them sustainable for your total wellbeing and relationships.

We cover all of this in the Space Creators Community
group coaching sessions.


A high achiever is commonly mistaken for — but is not the same — as a high performer.

The High Achiever

The cliche and reality of a high achiever is of the miserable millionaire in their empty mansion, or traveling alone with no more passion or dream to strive toward. Who had spent the last 10 years of life putting aside what mattered in order to reach their achievement, but their health was shot, they lost all friends and became so disconnected from their family that there was no way to get it back.

Missing the children growing up, missing everything to reach the goal, which turned into another and another. Cutting corners and giving in on their values and morals to do so. 

They don’t like who they became to achieve this, and no longer know themselves. They waited to live life until after the empty achievement was reached and realized that there was no life left to live for.  

The High Performer

Is the complete opposite of that. Imagine that same person, who has achieved all the same things but as a high performer values all aspects of their life.

To accomplish these goals they designed a life that gave them time freedom in the process instead of working and making compromises having to wait to enjoy the freedom at the end.

Bringing the same abundance to their life in a way that allowed them to have the house, travel and have time with those they love. They're excited to wake up everyday with feelings of energy and wellbeing. Focused on the things that matter to them and growing their potential.

Life is ever expanding and they are able to enjoy all aspects of it. In doing so they naturally became the best version of themself. 

.... and here's why:

he world has been constantly yelling in your ears. Before you were old enough to disagree it's been telling you - you're not smart enough, wise enough, good-looking enough, strong enough or creative enough. All the while, the whispers from your heart grew more and more faint until you could hardly notice them.

What’s not fully understood by teachers, parents, religious leaders and our society are the 6 key areas of Human Performance.

Are you blaming yourself for something you’ve never been taught?

High Performance Coaching