Christopher Ray Coleman provides perspective-shifting and actionable keynotes to truly leave people better than he found them. As a peak performance/productivity keynote speaker and coach, author, serial entrepreneur, and powerlifter, Chris blends stories from his life-filled years of real-world experiences with research-based peak performance strategies to amplify your team's results beyond rational standards and reasonable expectations.
Chris doesn’t work with “clients” – he works with partners. From the intro call until the day of your event, Chris tailors an experience that is easy, fun, and impactful for you and your team members.
Based on the title of his book, Chris goes through the 22 flow triggers that help us feel our best and perform our best. The book is a guide on modern-day peak performance strategies that can drastically benefit the modern-day student-athlete. The audience will learn from this talk how to build a high-flow lifestyle and how triggering ourselves is treating ourselves.
Most people are playing the wrong game in life; the infinite game is the correct one. In this talk, Chris explains the rules to play the infinite game of life that'll turbo-boost results beyond rational standards and reasonable expectations.
Do you think you view constraints like elite performances do? Are you aware that the freedom you desire has a series of prerequisite challenges that slightly exceed your skill set? This action-step-packed talk will help discover what a high flow lifestyle looks like for you.
Take a deep dive into Chris' origin story and learn how a 22-year-old kid innately used high-level peak performance strategies to pass 6 promotions in 9 months after entering the sales industry.
Learn how to push your skill set to the limit, to the wall, and how to gladly risk it all to be a world-class peak performer.
Being a lifelong learner is widely embraced today. But Chris has taken that concept to the next level by embracing being a lifelong student-athlete. Originally coined to help student-athletes with their life after sports transition. Chris uses his corporate world/entrepreneurship experiences to help professionals benefit from this concept.