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Dr. Sheri Riley
EMPOWERMENT SPEAKER, HIGH PERFORMANCE LIFE COACH, AUTHOR,
Exponential Living - Stop Spending 100% of Your Time on 10% of Who You Are
I spent 20 years creating marketing strategies for global superstars and companies like Usher, Toni Braxton, Converse, and WarnerMedia, to name a few. Now, as an empowerment speaker, high- performance life coach, and award-winning author of Exponential Living – Stop Spending 100% of Your Time on 10% of Who You Are (Penguin Random House), I help professional athletes, entertainers, corporate executives, and entrepreneurs grow personally and dominate professionally. I speak and train at companies like the NBA, Chicago Bears, WNBA’s Indiana Fever, The Coca-Cola Company, and JP Morgan Chase on how to implement my 9 Principles of Exponential Living® to enhance personal/professional development, leadership, and productivity.
I have been interviewed on over 500 television, radio, print, media outlets and podcasts around the world.
Contact me today to provide transformational insight, information, and actions steps to your audience.
6 Ways High Achievers
Are Their Own Worst Enemy
3 Reasons High-Status Individuals Have High-Performance Coaches
Celebrities, athletes and top execs can find positive gains from coaching, especially if they know what to look for in a coach.
Professional athletes and A-list celebrities are constantly under pressure to perform at their highest levels. That requires them to consistently push themselves, which can be excessively draining — emotionally and physically. That's one of the reasons many of these individuals seek out high-performance life coaches, trained and experienced to work with their unique reality. They recognize the need when they face a mental, emotional or physical challenge or they are ready, willing and committed to personal development. Often these athletes don't understand what's going on and simply know they aren't showing up completely on the court or field. They're experiencing a void they can't shake. Read all three reasons on Newsweek.