Why Peck?

Too often, it takes a painful inflection point in life to assess where we are and to evaluate our priorities. 


I’ve had a few.  Each helped me refocus on what is most important. Most recently, in 2017, I was miserable in my “dream job.” As the President and COO of a publicly-traded technology company, making more money than I ever dreamed of, it looked like I had it all. The job started out great, but over time, the nature of my work changed and the demands on my time grew. I felt a sense of misalignment. I became “too busy” to take care of myself and my relationships.


In the end, I was completely burnt out, a shell of my former self. 


Sadly, everyone that cared about me could see it happening. For some reason, I just wasn’t ready to listen.

Warren Buffett: “Basically when you get to my age, you’ll really measure your success in life by how many of the people you want to have love you actually do love you.

I know people who have a lot of money, and they get testimonial dinners and hospital wings named after them. But the truth is that nobody in the world loves them,” Buffett continued. “If you get to my age in life and nobody thinks well of you, I don’t care how big your bank account is — your life is a disaster.

That’s the ultimate test of how you have lived your life.”

“Too busy” is one of the biggest challenges of the current age.


We all think we’re too busy, which is really just a reflection of not prioritizing what’s most important. We react to what society demands from us, exacerbated by technology that amplifies those messages. 


My path to recovery wasn’t easy. I had to work to restore my strength and to rebuild important relationships. The first step was my relationship with myself.


I had no idea how to do it. I started to gain a foothold when a friend suggested I try a meditation app. That cracked open the door of self-awareness, leading me to a journey of discovery. 

At Peck, we’ve studied happiness and wellness, including science, philosophy, and spirituality, ranging from the most recent advancements to the wisdom of the ages.


We talked to thought leaders and people struggling to maintain a sense of equilibrium in their lives.


Along the way, we learned some profound things — our well-being is determined by:


Whether we feel our lives have meaning – making a valuable contribution to society.


The richness of our connection to others – a better predictor of health than our cholesterol level, more important to happiness than our income. 


Sustaining resilience – the strength to bounce back from setbacks.


Having a positive outlook – a sense of self-esteem and optimism.


When I was at my lowest, I was devoting almost all my energy to work, chasing the wrong stuff. Stuff that I didn’t even really care about, but I just got caught up in the game, because any game I played, I played to win.


Many of us are playing to win in the wrong game.


We spend most of our time managing our careers and leave everything else to chance.


We think we will be happy when we get that promotion, reach our wealth target, get that big house. In fact, often the opposite happens because our appetite just gets bigger.

There is a better way. We want to help you find it. 


Our mission: To help you live a more fulfilling and healthier life, one more deeply connected to your purpose and the people you care about.

Our research led us to believe we could build something that ran counter to the technology platforms we know today. Something that respected our fundamental desires as humans and the way our brains are wired to help bring people closer together.

After working on a technology platform, we realized that people don't want more technology. They don’t want another app. They just want help. 

We need another human to help us solve a human problem.


We bring together people, technology, science, and spirituality in a way that is more human to help us bring out the best in ourselves.


Please join us and start the journey towards deeper meaning and connection.

Ron LaSalvia


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