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Russ Terry is a seasoned Coach and Motivational Speaker who has worked with 350+ people from companies such as Microsoft, Google, and PwC and spoken at many organizations, including NASA, United Airlines, L'Oreal, and the FBI. Russ is also the author of a series of books on Gratitude. They are: - My Gratitude Journal (2014) - Our Gratitude Mission (2016) - Our Gratitude Mission 2 (2019) - Grateful Schools (TBD) - Grateful Kids (TBD) As an entrepreneur, Russ hones his Leadership skills as Founder/CEO of Life Coach Radio Networks. Since it went on air in 2013, this podcast network has featured more than 125 coach hosts from all over the world. Russ has assembled a team of talented Executive Producers to help him run the network. Prior to becoming a Coach, Russ had a diversity of other careers: 4.5 years as a CPA, 5.5 years as a TV Anchor & Reporter and 8 years in Human Resources.
As a Life Purpose Expert and Coach who guides people making positive and proactive transitions for your life, Suzanne's approach is unique because when she works with clients she works from the inside out. Starting with asking what your "Personal WHY" is. What do you want to do and why. Then will figure out the best way to move in that direction. Suzanne's vision is for a more conscious, creative, alive and healthy planet so in any way that she can creatively express that mission she ishappy to do so - like as an author through her book and unique oracle - http://www.InsightfulRunes.com or through her weekly radio show, Living Well Talk Radio, offers positive alternatives and resource for people both personally and professionally.
A self-described late bloomer, Prill graduated from Georgetown University at age 38, landed her first full-time teaching job at age 40 and wrote her first book --DEFYING GRAVITY: A CELEBRATION OF LATE-BLOOMING WOMEN -- at age 50. Since its publication, she has spoken to groups all over the world about finding passion and purpose at any age, given an address at the United Nations and had her blog spotlighted in THE NEW YORK TIMES. Now 59, she continues to interview and write about ordinary people who are doing extraordinary things later in life. She had her husband reside in Westport, CT.
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