Kerry Preston from Growtality on reverse engineering your dreams, getting started on your next chapter, and building your own personal board of directors

Kerry Preston from Growtality on reverse engineering your dreams, getting started on your next chapter, and building your own personal board of directors

Kerry Preston is an executive coach and founder of Growtality, where she works with clients to optimize individual and organizational performance, growth, and vitality through research based methodologies. Kerry's worked with luxury brands, individuals, and businesses to help them reach their full potential. She spent over ten years with Unilever, eventually taking her expertise to run workshops and coaching for Credit Suisse, I.B.M., Equifax, NARS, La Paris, Moet Hennessy USA, Johnson and Johnson and SANAFI. She's a highly sought after business expert, the co-author of three books including; "You Did What?", "You Said What?", and "Enhancing Your Executive Edge: How to develop the skills to lead and succeed".

Kerry and I met earlier this spring when she presented at an Enthuse Foundation pitch night in New York City, and I asked her to come on the podcast to share some of her amazing insights with our audience

In this episode we discuss:

  1. How Kerry came to found Growtality

  2. How to reverse engineer your dreams

  3. How to get started on our next chapter

  4. Building your own personal board of directors

  5. How to build your tribe

  6. Identify your blind spots

  7. Steps you can take to find your best coach

  8. A coaching use case in action

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