Years in Practice

3-5 years


Valparaiso IN 46383-5315 - United States



Additional Expertise

Personal Development Coach, Speaker/Presenter

I Practice in

All areas, please inquire



I Believe

Let the beauty of what you love be what you do. There are a thousand ways to kneel and kiss Earth. ~ Rumi

About Stephen Dynako

Greetings, my name is Stephen Dynako, and I am a courage builder. Experienced in conscious leadership, I spark the evolutionary advancement of people and groups. Through this, I help people build the skills to flourish in self-awareness, their relationships, their work, and in the world overall.

I passionately and courageously bring to the world my gifts of communication and leadership. Over the course of my professional career, I have used these gifts in my various roles in the financial, technology, and media industries. In service, I have applied my gifts of communication and leadership in the realms of counseling and the ministry.

I have presented to thousands of people in a variety of formats and venues. These include speaking engagements, workshops, webinars, classes, retreats, sermons, and radio and television programs. I am the author of two books, The Self Aware Lover and His Living Teachings Support My Modern Life.

I have provided leadership in ways beyond managing people, projects and strategy. I’m interested in what inspires people, not only what motivates them. I feel energized by the self-perpetuating energy of collaboration and by encouraging people to trust themselves and act upon their strengths.

I’ve worked in both corporate and entrepreneurial environments for over 30 years. This includes leadership positions at large companies such as IBM, JPMorgan Chase, and BMO Harris Bank; plus as founder or co-founder of companies that variously developed online learning solutions, published information that aimed to bring transparency to the hedge fund industry, and guided business planning for start-up ventures.

In service, I have been a Sunday speaker and workshop leader at various Unity churches in the Chicagoland area, I interned as a hospital chaplain at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, and I have practiced as a Pastoral Counselor. In the city of Valparaiso, Indiana, I am involved in C-Lab, a network of locally-based teams which use citizen-led initiatives to foster civic engagement, greater social capital, and community wealth-building.

I am currently attending the very first Leadership Academy by The Shift Network. The Academy is a year-long mentorship, training and mastermind with top evolutionary leaders to support taking one's evolutionary mission to the next level, significantly increasing leadership skills, and increasing an evolutionary leader's positive influence in the world.

I am also a student in the Conscious Business Initiative program by Humanity’s Team, a global movement whose purpose is to embody the timeless truth of Oneness, which is essential for responding to the world's most chronic and acute challenges, and vital for creating a sustainable world.

Stephen Dynako Success Stories

Compassionate people skills


Stephen Dynako is a high-integrity leader, radiating honesty, trustworthiness, and authenticity. He combines a high level of technical skill with deep, compassionate people skills to bring out the best in everyone he works with.more

Dr. Janet Smith Warfield

Author of Amazon Best Seller "Shift: Change Your Words, Change Your World"

Integrating all parts of life


Working with Stephen, the game changer has been recognizing that I don't have to focus only on my professional life and neglect my personal life. It allows me to see that through the power of God how capable I am of manifesting the desires of my heart in every area of my life. more

Kelly Fair

Founder & Executive Director

Polished Pebbles

Different perceptions of life and love


I feel you have a tremendous amount of knowledge and insight to share... and you provided very different perceptions of life and love than that I'm typically exposed to.more

J.J. Peller

Communication Coach

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