Rob Levy moved with his wife and two young children to Boulder just over four years ago from New York. 

Like so many transplants, he was drawn to Boulder’s nature and easy living. He says that they wanted to shift their lifestyle from concrete to grass. From skyscrapers to mountains.

Coming to Boulder gave Rob the freedom to expand. He says, “There’s something very beautiful about a restart in life. In NY, I was involved in coaching and I owned a high end woodworking company. The outdoor activities were few and far between. I felt like life was passing me by.”

Fast forward and his days are now the opposite of New York. When he’s not helping clients “Get Uncoached” his company and business philosophy,  You will find him on the local slopes with his kids or teaching two classes on woodworking at the Dawson School.

Rob finishes off our conversation by saying, “Being able to recharge and ski or hike before work is creatively exhilarating and a huge reason to love Colorado.”

Thanks Rob, I Look forward to seeing you on the slopes!