We discern what the real questions are, what the real need is, and what the right next step might be
We align deep purpose with stated priorities, intention with consistent outcomes, and your whole pursuit cohesively together
We unlock people’s potential and the most profitable way to live, work, & play
Leveraging a Hi-Tech and Hi-Touch
With GiANT WORLDWIDE’s scalable platform, we work with clients across continents and face to face
Combining Business with Soul
With experience in both corporate and church sectors, we bring business acumen and soul fluency together
Equipping Leaders with Voice
With our unique coaching system, we bring leadership and communication together
Receive coast-level coaching at land-locked rates. Just sayin’.
Dan Deeble is the founder and owner of Lost Ball Consulting. Before starting LBC, Dan served as the lead pastor at Heartland Community, a church of approximately 3,500 in the Kansas City area. Dan has taught, coached, trained organizations and thousands of people, including many C-level executives, in whole-life skills such as relational conflict, work/life balance, change versus transition, and leadership development. He also developed a popular relationship curriculum called LOVE(MATH).
Before that, Dan served as Marketing Director for McDonald’s of Santa Barbara and in business development for GraphiCard Systems International, a customer loyalty group. As an impact communicator, he has also been a trade show speaker, conference host, podcast host, commencement speaker, and he gives a mean pre-game speech. Along the way, Dan has been developing aspiring communicators since 2001.
Dan is married to Elise and together they have three brave daughters. In his spare time he founded KC WIFFLE, a 501(c)7 charity-driven adult Wiffle Ball league that has raised over $600K in just five years. It has been said that Dan leads with a big heart and rules with a plastic fist.
Wes Parham MBA Ph.D. is an executive level professional, organizational consultant at Lost Ball Consulting and author of “Be A Hater/Haterology”. He also serves as the Executive Director/CEO of the Urban Scholastic Center located in Kansas City, KS.
Dr. Wes is a national speaker and coach in the areas of organizational innovation, and organizational leadership. With his unique mix of social commentary, humor, and scholarship Dr. Wes works with individuals, aspiring professionals, and leaders to help them become the best leaders, professionals, and people they can be.
Dr. Wes earned a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and an MBA with an emphasis in Leadership and Organizational change from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He earned his Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership from Regent University in Virginia Beach. He has a true passion for individual empowerment, personal growth, and creative leadership.
His professional experiences include positions as a CEO, project manager, life coach, academic advisor, recruiter, consultant, and more. Dr. Wes strives daily to challenge, grow, and guide the current and next generation of professionals.
Abraham Gin is a Senior Consultant of GiANT Worldwide. Abraham’s experience in the field of coaching and personal development is vast, and his consulting services are always in demand. He works on the premise that a true leader’s qualities comprise four categories, which are Personality Quotient, Emotional Quotient, Intelligence Quotient, and Spiritual Quotient. Abraham uses a combination of shock and immersion training combined with real-time feedback and coaching to help create leaders that make a difference. He has worked with leaders from all areas of the world and all generations and feels he is only getting started.
Abraham is the CEO of GIN Consulting. He invests deeply in his community through Linkedin Local KC and his faith community. He is married to Boyoon, and together they have four stir crazy boys.
Amy Welborn joins the Lost Ball Consulting team directly from corporate America where she excelled in organization-wide tactical planning, cross-departmental development programming, and career path coaching. Amy has developed and facilitated training programs ranging from public speaking, interpersonal communications, and relationships building, to social and emotional intelligence, plus effective interviewing and hiring skills for a wide range audience from aspiring leaders to C-level executives. With a background in Human Resources and People Development across multiple industries, she brings a vast range of experience to adapt to every professional relationship. A native “midwestern-er” and small-town to city transplant, Amy has a down-to-earth demeanor and earnest approach to her everyday life and in her passion for coaching.
Her degree in Public Relations has her skilled in the way of tactical speaking, but alas, she is still human and will slip into a rousing discussion on a wide range of topics. From martial arts to cello lessons, it’s always hard to tell what hobby she’ll embark on next. She lives in this identity to nurture a growth mindset in others, and she has a heart for seeking what makes every individual unique and bringing that fully to life.
Amy and her husband Preston have two young children, and somehow, Amy still finds the time for a little martial arts and cello lessons.
Originally from Monterrey, Mexico, Enrique is an entrepreneur in both the business and nonprofit areas. He spent 10 years as the Director for Comunicacion for Universal Empresarial in Mexico and then shifted his focus to nonprofit organizations for the past 20 years. He is currently the pastor of Hope Chapel South KCK, leading two congregations in both English and Spanish. Enrique is also the president of Bienvenidos KC (a non-profit organization) and founder of Intentional Leadership Network.
Enrique’s training includes a B.A. in theology with further studies in business administration and leadership training through YWAM. Enrique is currently a certified GiANT Guide with a passion to see people develop their full potential and live with purpose in every area of their lives. He believes that the richest part of a nation is the cemetery because there lies so much potential that was never developed.
Enrique is married to Val and has 3 children: Vanessa, Daniella and David. In his free time, Enrique enjoys coaching and playing tennis and loves watching action films because– as a Pioneer– he’s always fancied being in one.
Tim Worstell has owned multiple startup companies over the last 25 years and also currently serves as the visionary of Digital Marketing for The Crossing, a large church in Columbia, MO. Tim leads a team of storytellers, marketers and consultants and together they tell the best stories in the world.
Tim is Lost Ball’s digital marketing expert and primarily works with our Google grant and analytic clients. He has a “next level, go big or go home” entrepreneurial spirit that– combined with his experience in multiple sectors– has created significant, measurable and repeated results for his clients.
Tim is married to Amaris and they have three amazing daughters Alivia, Haley and Madison. They are life-long residents of Columbia, MO. He and his wife graduated from Hickman High School, then he went on to attend the University of Central Missouri to pursue a business degree. He’s most proud, however, of his shuffle board skills and– now that he’s with Lost Ball– is learning to mash some Wiffle plastic!
Adrienne is a certified GiANT Guide at Lost Ball Consulting. She also serves as a Development & Special Projects Manager for a non-profit organization in Kansas City.
Her professional experiences span various sectors including business operations, education (K-12 and higher-ed), non-profit leadership/management, faith-based organizations, and DEI initiatives. She has worked with c-suite executives, young professionals, advisory boards/committees, and organizational teams of all sizes. Adrienne earned her degrees in Business Management and an MBA from Emporia State University.
Her passion is helping people discover and embrace their truest purpose. A small-town girl at heart, she is approachable and makes those around her feel valued, included, and respected. Authenticity and vulnerability are integral to her coaching style as she helps leaders unlock their potential and become “a leader worth following”. She strives to provide a learning environment that is supportive yet challenging, and even includes a bit of humor along the way. Whether working one-on-one or offering a keynote session, Adrienne tailors each experience to meet the unique needs and goals of every client.
Adrienne and her husband Wes stay busy raising their two amazing (and free-spirited) children, Noah and Zoe. She volunteers at a therapeutic horse-riding program and UniteKC, and is also involved with her faith community. When she’s not spending time with family and friends, you’ll find her reading, listening to all genres of music, spending time in her garden, or cookin’ up a new recipe.