About Life Beyond Clean


What is Life Beyond Clean?

One Man’s Purpose
Over his 50 plus years, Greg has worn many masks. He spent decades being shackled by the guilt, shame, and resentments of a life story he created about himself.

As a young boy Greg grew up in an environment where self medicating and addiction appeared to be every man’s destiny. After falling prey to a sexual predator at 8 years old, Greg too found comfort in drugs and alcohol.

It wasn’t until mid-life when he found himself on the brink of suicide that he discovered a very important truth.

Behind the many masks he wore was a man with a purpose. A purpose that re-framed every experience from his past as a gift.

From there he connected with other men of purpose and began the process of rewriting his own life story.
Today he is on a mission to help other men rewrite theirs and step into their power.

His message that “Your Greatest Struggles In Life Are The Things You Were Born To Teach” has empowered men across the globe to transform their weaknesses into strengths.

He is the author of Addict To Awesome, a book about his journey of using his struggles to fulfill his dreams. His action journal, 90 Days To Unf@#king Yourself was created to assist the recovering man as he transitions from rehab back into society.

He proudly serves as a New Warrior of The Mankind Project, a global movement of reconnecting men with their power to create positive change in the world.

He lives with his wife and dog in South Florida where he also facilitates a men’s survivor group for The Inner Truth Project which serves survivors of rape and incest.
Most importantly, he is a happy, fulfilled man with a passion for helping other men become the same regardless of their age, circumstances, or history.





As a man among men I am here to show others how to live happy, fulfilling lives beyond addiction and recovery by discovering their own life’s purpose.


Greg Boudle
founder of Life Beyond Clean



The quote on the left was documented by a nurse as the number one regret of people on their death beds.
When I read that, it changed my life forever. I decided I wasn’t going out that way.
I realized that up until that point, the life story I was living wasn’t my own but a bunch of bullshit taught to me by a society that had long forgotten how to guide a young boy into manhood.
The pain and confusion of trying to live an inauthentic life was so intolerable that I felt the need to self medicate. This took me down the destructive path of addiction for more than 3 decades.
Today, as I watch young men falling into this same trap at epidemic proportions, I realize that there is something very broken in our culture that needs repairing NOW.
My mission is to create a culture of empowered men who aren’t afraid to walk through fire because they already have. Together we can redefine what it means to be a good man in a society that so desperately needs us.
Each of us is living a life based on a story we created from what we’ve been taught since we were young boys. I’d like to challenge you to look at yours and ask yourself if it jives with the man you want to be.
If not, I invite you to join me on this mission.
Rock On!