Rey Castellanos
Founder, CEO of Feed Your Wolf

Rey is an executive & leadership coach that specializes in working with fearless entrepreneurs and changemakers harnessing exponential technologies to improve the world.

Rey was recently recognized on Real Leaders Magazine’s 2016 list of 100 Visionary Leaders Leading Us Toward A Better World.

Rey Co-Chairs the International Coach Federation’s Western Region Advisory Council for North America, where he leads the leaders of 3,200 coaches within 17 chapters.

Rey is a Founding Member of the Forbes Coaches Council – an invitation-only community for the World’s Most Influential Business and Career Coaches.

Rey is a World Economic Forum Global Shaper and the Founding Curator of the Global Shapers Community Sacramento Hub, where he teams up with Shapers and undertakes projects that improve the state of the world.

Over the years, Rey has committed himself fully to developing the skills necessary to create transformative change within individuals, teams and organizations. In the process, he’s spent thousands of hours learning, developing and honing these skills as well as researching related fields such as psychology, neuroscience, behavioral economics and human perception. Rey has successfully coached and developed some of the world’s most talented millennials from a wide variety of backgrounds and from places all over the globe.

Rey is committed to living at the edge of his ability and being a model for playing big in the world.


We fail more often than we succeed, but because we are conditioned to constantly project success, our failures often go unseen, doing more damage than good.

  • We believe projecting success while never recognizing failure only perpetuates the fear of failure and ultimately stifles human potential.

  • We believe that life’s biggest lessons come from some of our biggest failures.

  • We believe failure allows us the opportunity to practice humility and compassion while building resilience and wisdom.

  • We believe fear of failure is an epidemic that stifles human potential.

If you’ve never failed, you haven’t played big enough. If we are going to solve the worlds biggest problems, we need more people taking bigger risks.


Beyond every major success, you’ll find countless missed attempts, oversights and mistakes.  What matters most, is how YOU choose to respond to it!