Rhiannon Rees (B.Bus, D.C.H, H.M.C, R.S. Hom). Business Coach. Ranked 1st Best Business Coach in the World 2010
Change Your Mindset, Change Your Life!
Set to be featured in the 2018 film ‘The Richness of the Journey’ alongside Jack Canfield, Dr.JohnDeMartini and Michael Beckwith (“The Secret”), produced by John Spender, Rhiannon Rees is renowned as one of the most refined multi-spectrum, self-development experts in the world.As author of the best-selling book, “How to Climb Mount Everest in Sandals – The Courage to Live an Ordinary Life”, followed by 2015’s “Life is a Choice and the Choice is Yours’,Rhiannon’s international reputation is one of servicing the survival needs of the most vulnerable as vigorously as sophisticating the success of the elite.
Whilst her client base spans X-Files, Grey’s Anatomy and Private Practice cast members,the Spice Girls, NRL Roosters as well as the 2014 winners of ABC’s – “The Conscious Farmer”, Rhiannon’s drive is to draw out the full potential in all people. With a 30% gratuitous client base, Rhiannon focuses on single parents that could never afford coaching, with Rhiannon’s own past remaining a driving passion in getting clients off the street, into jobs, accommodation and reuniting many with children that had previously been in external care.
Nominated for Telstra’s Business Woman of the Year, a finalist in the Asia Pacific Coach of the Year 2011 and winner of the Global “Action Man” award in Barcelona 2010. Rhiannon was a nominee for Entrepreneur of the Year in 2010 and Runner-up in NSW “Franchise Woman of the Year”. Rhiannon’s ethos of financial success entwined with ethical contribution has seen her featured in countless interviews for TV, Radio and print in Australia and the US. Most recently she began the very first Apprenticeship programme for Coaches through www.limitlesscoaching.life called “The Conscious Coaching Collective”. Whilst Rhiannon is in the business of growing champions, her training base starts with her own team, extends out to clients, customers and other corporations and entities interested in combining business success with conscious self-development and ethical action. Currently working on the build of a school and hospital in Gabon – one of the poorest countries in West Africa – Rhiannon is not just about putting runs on her own financial scoreboard, she is about giving as good as she gets and coaching others to this same mindset of multi-spectrum success.
“I lost my innocence through child sexual abuse, lost contact with my mother for most of my childhood, lost my brother to suicide, lost 5 babies to miscarriage, lost all my money, lost my husband to his other identity as a woman, and even lost the roof over my head with my baby in my arms. Each of these losses carved deeply into my soul and I thought I would not survive. But I decided not just to survive, I decided to soar.”
In the same way that she did herself, Rhiannon supports others to question everything they believe beyond their control.
With her trademark laugh – and if necessary her trademark kick in the tail – Rhiannon uplifts and empowerspeople the world over to dive unashamedly into their own muck and see their potential to turn villages into conscious empires.