HELLO, I AM ERIC
We are meant to enjoy our short time here.
My general philosophy is that life is important. We are meant to enjoy our short time here. With that in mind, I am now dedicated to working with entrepreneurs and business owners from all over the world to both inspire and empower them to achieve their full potential and to create truly exceptional lives for themselves, their families and their employees.
SOME OF MY PAST AND PREVIOUS VENTURES
A powerful movement — the emancipation of the entrepreneur. Create more time and money to do what you really want and to focus on what really matters to you.
A transformative 90-day nutrition program that uses powerful psychology, nutritional anthropology and supportive group coaching to overhaul your health from the inside out.
A five day, bi-annual event with Eric and Elise Edmeades that will change your life forever. AZAYA is an intimate, dedicated life-planning and breakthrough program that focuses on the Five Areas Of Life in five breakthrough days.
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LATEST THOUGHTS FROM ERIC
ERIC EDMEADES ON THE COACHING SHOW
They get stars in their eyes because they think I’ve achieved some monumental, superhuman feat that is only available to “Special People.”
Most of the time, I think this happens because their brain has done a quick contrast analysis between their current reality and the reality they see me living, and their conclusion is that the distance between those two realities is so great that they could never close the gap.
This is why I believe it’s so important for successful business leaders to be generous in sharing our whole story.
OCCUPY YOUR LIFE: KITESURF AROUND THE WORLD
In 2011 we learned all about occupying Wall Street and other financial centers — let’s make 2017 the year we occupy our lives.
Occupy your body — take care of your body; feed it lots of what it needs and only a little of what it doesn’t. Use your body — it was made for movement.
Occupy your mind with great information. Read good books. Learn a language. Study great content. Cut down on the bubble gum content and stimulate your brain — it will reward you.
CONFESSIONS OF A PHOBIC SPEAKER
When I was in high-school I got my first opportunity to speak in front of a group: debating class. I hated it. I did well and our team did well, but it was like physical torture for me.
After school I accepted a job in sales — direct sales — and worked my way up through the ranks to a management role in recruiting. Unfortunately, this meant doing a public presentation (twice a week) for each new batch of recruits. It was one of the hardest things I had ever done. I still remember the lost nights of sleep before each of my presentations.