Peace is the New Success
- [Sheri] When we own our peace, it gives us the power to recognize that fear that's trying to not keep us from failing but to keep us from our greatness. Mark, you have something you wanted to say? I saw you over there on the edge of your seat. He was like, "Double Dutch. I got to get in there." - [Mark] I do. First of all, that was one of my favorite speeches. And oh, my gosh, you gave it so well, so thank you. - Thank you, Mark. - And it's so true. So I'm trying to grab all of it, and what you were saying is we've got to get past work. And I guess what I'm trying to understand, and just for further clarification because I think it's really, really powerful what you're saying, which is to go from work to finding a real purpose and living that purpose fully. Is that...? - Well, a part of that, moreso of "Don't fall back into the habit of just work for the sake of working." - Got it. - Right? Because when we leave here, that's the paradigm that we walked in with as everyone shared. But...
to really own the paradigm shift that we've had is we can't leave and just slide back into that comfort zone of just working for the sake of working. And what will allow many of us to do that is because fear of the success that we can have, experiencing exponential living, will allow us to go back to that comfort zone, and that comfort zone is the work. Does that make sense? - It makes sense and it's like all the dots are now connecting because what you're really saying is, "Confidence not being driven." When you're confident and you're driven, you're working. You're doing busy work, but you're not getting anywhere. But when you're confident, you can get a clear idea of what your real, true purpose is, which is really what you just said and all of you just said. - Yes. And the confidence and drive are supposed to work together. - Yes. - Drive gets you there. Confidence is who you are when you show up. Drive is a thing that is amazing. It works, but confidence has to stay there. We have to put just as much time into who we are as we do what we do. So we want to minimize and eliminate that gap between drive and confidence, and let them continue to work and do us like this together. - Oh, I got you. Sheri, that's absolutely brilliant. Your whole system here is amazing, and all of you, what you shared today is really incredible. Thank you. - Thank you. - This is an amazing experience. Thank you. - Thank you. And one of the things that I've found is many times, that we think that peace takes the edge away. It does not. Right, Denise? Peace is the thing that gives us the edge. Peace is the thing that gives us the drive and the confidence, that gives us the clarity and the courage. What I have found is when we pursue the peace, when we truly, truly pursue the peace, it gives us clarity. And when we get that clarity, peace and clarity together give us the courage that we can make any decision. We can live in any reality. We can accept any new norm. We can live out these principles. We can heal. We can thrive. We can work. We can make millions. We can have families. We can let go of things. We can challenge ourselves when we have those three simple things. When I first started this journey, it was such a big, complex idea, but I realized that every big, scary problem has a very simple fix. Hard, hard, but simple. And what I have found is that with peace being the new success, with the peace, the clarity, and the courage, we can truly, truly have that full 100% life that we all so desire. Thank you, guys. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. - [Woman] I was just going to quickly ask if people did want to find more information where they could search for you online or find a copy of your book, perhaps. - Yes. So sheririley.com is my website. Sheri Riley. S-H-E-R-I-R-I-L-E-Y. Instagram and Twitter is @SheriRiley, and Facebook and LinkedIn is sheririley.com, and that's spelled out D-O-T-C-O-M. Sheririley.com. So everything is Sheri Riley.
“Sheri has been an instrumental part of my life. Her support and guidance of my personal and professional growth helped mold the man and artist that I am today.” —Usher, International Entertainer, Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist
Have you achieved a certain level of success, graduated from college and finally secured that dream job, yet you are not feeling fulfilled?
Are you busy all the time, but not feeling satisfied with how you spend your days?
Do you know that there is a better way to work through your days?
Sheri Riley introduced the world to some of the most influential, multi-platinum artists of the 90’s including Usher, TLC, Toni Braxton, and Outkast. She rose to the top of her field, and yet she was miserable. Now she is an Empowerment Speaker, Personal Development/Leadership Coach, and Life Strategist. She works with high achievers to make choices that lead to less stress, more clarity, and internal peace.
Constantly striving to achieve one goal after another–and investing more in our careers than in our actual lives–have left many of us feeling overwhelmed, overworked, and disconnected from who we are—anything but happy.
Sheri Riley will share the secret that helped her regain her sense of self and purpose. In Exponential Living, she offers nine principles to help the busiest goal-oriented people integrate their professional success with whole-life success.