Justin Hiebert

Catalyzing Change


Justin is a leading expert and consultant in leadership and holistic health.

He holds degrees from Tabor College, a masters Fresno Pacific Seminary and is a doctoral candidate (ABD) at Bethel University.

Justin’s broad diversity and experience helped carve out his niche of Catalyzing Change for leaders and their organizations. He has served in small and medium sized business, started his own private practice, worked in churches as well as other nonprofits, and fitness programs in health clubs. Justin has worked and lived in Kansas and Colorado. He now resides in California with his wife and four children.

Justin is also a Certified Personal Trainer and Weight Management Specialist. He provides training and nutritional support to athletes, the fitness inspired, and the new to fitness crowds. He incorporates his Holistic Health and Integrity Pyramid into his coaching, leadership style, and while working with clients.

Justin is a frequent writer, having appeared in several magazines and publications, a university professor, guest lecturer, and motivational speaker.



The demands of life can be overwhelming. We’ve all been at that point where we feel like we are at the end of our rope and aren’t sure how much longer we can hold on.

In fact, if you’ve ever said phrases like, “I’m burning the candle at both ends.” or “This ‘busy’ season of life” or “I’ll exercise when life slows down a little bit.” or “I’ll invest in myself once the kids are back in school.” you are ripe to experience burnout.

Burnout is more than just “feeling tired” or being irritable. It’s a perpetual slug through the daily grind. In burnout, we lose our ability to lead, steward, and feel. We lose our ability to dream, plan, and execute the daily tasks of life. Relationships are stressed, friendship is broken, personal boundaries are crossed, and compromises are par for the course.

But it doesn’t have to be like this. You can rise above burnout. You can have victory over the daily grind and experience life as it was meant to be.

You can transform your experience from surviving to thriving, and from bland to grand.

You can recapture your closest relationships and transform your life! 

About Justin

hiebertFamily_tableJustin is a life, leadership, and business coach with experience in churches, small business, and education. He is a trained CoActive® coach through Coaches Training Institute, a world leader in coaching and leadership development. He focuses primarily on his uniquely developed Health and Integrity Pyramid to bring holistic health and leadership vitality to the individuals and groups he severs.

Justin is passionate about helping people discover their calling and inner leader. He creates a comfortable yet challenging atmosphere that catalyzes the change that people wish to see in themselves.

Whatever it is that you want to do, Justin can coach you to help you realize your dreams. He has experience coaching pastors and ministry leaders as well as leaders in the nonprofit sector, small business owners, entrepreneurs, and business executives. He also regularly coaches marriages and people in transition helping them get the most out of their relationships.

He is an educator and college professor in the areas of religion, philosophy, communication and business. He helps him bring in well rounded and holistic thinking, educational experience, practical application to the touch and sticky areas of life.

The best part of Justin’s life though, resides outside of his coaching practice. He is the husband to a wonderful and supportive wife and dad to three kids. He has a passion and zeal for life, loves being outdoors, is a huge sports fan, and can always be counted on to have his nose in a book.

He is available to lead retreats, provide consulting for businesses and churches, contracted writing assignments, guest lecturing, motivational speaking, or for private and group coaching.  If you’re interested in contacting Justin, all inquiries should be sent here.

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