About Key Concepts

Key Concepts, LLC provides management-consulting services in several critical functional areas, as well as training services in peak performance strategies, goal setting, productivity boosting, team building, and leadership skills to individuals, groups, and organizations.

As the name Key Concepts suggests, there are some basic key concepts that, when understood and applied, enable leaders and managers to take better control of their organization’s direction and achieve its business goals. Simply put, knowing and applying the right key concepts enables you to take your business to the next level quicker than you ever thought was possible.


Provide solutions designed to solve our clients’ challenges, promote peak performance, and be a dedicated and reliable partner in the pursuit of our clients’ goals and objectives. Our mission is to help you innovate, commit, and succeed!

About Tim Ferris

Timothy Ferris founded Key Concepts in 2010. Tim joined the U.S. Army at 17 years old. He spent the majority of his 22+-year career in the Green Berets learning to deal with sometimes seemingly impossible challenges. After retiring from the Army, he worked for the US Department of State leading a Counter-Terrorist team in Indonesia. He later led a team of highly trained personnel in the initial formation of the Bureau of Iraqi Dignitary Protection. He has served in positions as Advisor, Team Leader, Deputy Program Manager, Director, President, and Chief Operation Officer, and Chief Executive Officer. Now, he currently serves as President and CEO of Key Concepts, a company dedicated to helping organizations, and people,define and achieve next-level goals! Tim earned his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Texas with a concentration on Global Leadership; he completed a post-graduate certificate in Executive Leadership and Coaching through Cornell University; and earned Master of Science in Integrated Marketing Communications at Northwestern University.

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