In June 2011, Jim McComb died on a hospital operating table during emergency surgery and was shown his Personal Destiny during a visit to Heaven. He was also shown how to lead others to discover and fulfill their own Personal Destinies. Revived, he returned to Life with a clear sense of purpose and a mission to share what he learned with as many people as possible. Jim wrote Undiscovered Horizons in the months following his recovery from the surgery, and it will be published in the summer of 2012.
In addition to writing Undiscovered Horizons, Jim shares his experience and his message in keynote speeches at conferences, colleges, churches and corporate events across the country. He also leads workshops, taking participants step-by-step through the process of identifying their own Personal Destinies and providing planning tools to help them chart a course for fulfilling those Destinies. Jim also makes himself available to coach those who want one-on-one guidance through the process.
Professionally, Jim McComb retired in 2011 as a senior vice president of a Fortune 100 company, following a 38-year career in marketing, finance, strategic planning and management consulting. For 25 of those years, he was among America’s foremost strategic planners, earning certification as a Strategic Management Professional, serving as national president of the Association for Strategic Planning and being inducted into their Hall of Fame in 2009. He is an expert in Next Practices and developed the seven-step process used by the Executive Next Practices Institute in Los Angeles.