Meet The Face Behind The Method Effect

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I’m Chuck Bean, the proud owner of The Method Effect. I look forward to sharing my story. I hope that you will enjoy getting to know me better.

After forty-five years as a business executive in sales and operations, because I love working with companies to help them grow, twenty-five years ago, I started The Method Effect.

Since then, I have started and transitioned at least ten of my own businesses and over four hundred associated businesses. Today, my business is progressing faster than ever, and demand is through the roof.

I love coaching and training at all levels. I love the c-suite as much as the front line. The most rewarding part is seeing people become successful.

My philosophy is “you don’t find success from sitting at a desk. You have to get out and connect with people”.

Why I’ve been successful

As an individual, I believe what sets me apart from others is my inclusion, transparency, and valuing of the people component of the business. I attribute my success to getting stuff done and never giving up.

I helped grow a company that wanted to close with ten million in sales, to become a massive global corp with a billion in sales. Experiences such as this have given me immense satisfaction over the years.

During my downtime

During my downtime, I’m still kind of working. I love start-ups, so I do a lot of start-up work and coaching pro-bono.

I also believe in giving back to society. As part of that belief, I fight for the rights of indigenous Canadians. They are horribly misrepresented, and I would like to see that changed.

If you or someone you know could benefit from my business management consulting and coaching services, I invite you to get in touch. I specialize in developing strategies and delivering training and coaching in leadership, sales, communication, business value building, and teamwork. Please feel free to call me at (403) 703-9525 or email me at



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