I have long believed that successful people tend to ask for help often and much. I meet a lot of women who think hiring a health coach is a sign of weakness (like they should be able to figure it out themselves). Personally, I think asking for help in the areas we are struggling with is courageous and smart…if what you are doing hasn’t been working…asking for help makes a tremendous amount of sense! I have had coaches and mentors for as long as I can remember…I have hired personal trainers, life coaches, business coaches, movement teachers and health coaches. In fact, that is how I came to cross paths with my guest today, Sheri Lynn.
I have known Sheri for well over a decade. Not only was she my own health coach, but she became a professional mentor to me as well. I learned so much from this woman! We have a long history, and I have deep respect for her. It may sound harsh but I have had a bit of a love/hate relationship with her specifically because she is such a remarkable teacher…meaning she holds your hand when you’re having a hard time getting up, and she has no problem holding your feet to the fire when you need a kick in the ass.
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Sheri Lynn is a self-professed citizen scientist and health hacker who has spent much of her adult life relentlessly applying her curiosity about the nature of human change and transformation to both herself and others. She is an independent educator, a preacher of self-responsibility, and the founder of the Genesis Transformation system, which includes a remarkable pathway for human change, a physical training model based on structural biomechanics as well as Genesis – an international award-winning online food journaling tool.
Sheri’s varied background includes credentialed experience in addictions counseling, public speaking, personal training, civil engineering and mining engineering.