Success Doesn’t Eliminate Your Need for Wise Counsel

By November 13, 2015Blog

Success can narrow your world so much that you feel smothered and need a safe place to hear yourself think.

Sheri Riley
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Sheri Riley is a wife, mother, daughter, and entrepreneur and we all know this is not easy, but she’s discovered how to make it simple. After 20 years of creating marketing strategies for Usher, TLC, Toni Braxton, Converse, Nike, NBA, and Turner, she now serves as an Empowerment Speaker and Life Strategist. She speaks around the world, sharing her message of "Peace is the New Success®". Her award-winning book, Exponential Living® -Stop Spending 100% of Your Time on 10% of Who You Are® (Penguin Random House) is the guide to integrate your personal desires into your life without detriment to your professional achievement.

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One Comment

  • La2Walker says:

    A former client’s business was perfectly positioned for dramatic growth. Yet she came to her sessions without having made any progress, always too busy, too tired, or too distracted, she would say. So I asked, \”What are the negative consequences of your success?\”

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