Sherry Prindle

Sherry Prindle, coach trainer, speaks on:

The 10 P’s of Marketing Yourself If you’re trying to figure out how to make money (and not just start a business) by making a difference and doing what you love, Sherry breaks it down in this easily consumable way. These P’s cover everything from the very beginning to how you can promote yourself and make a living doing it!

Time, Organization, Productivity, and Performance
Practical, innovative strategies for increasing focus, creating structure, and getting things done. Subtopics covered include planning, prioritizing, multitasking, communication, delegation, and procrastination.

Difficult People Strategies
Through this program, participants will get to know their own tendencies and assess the motivations of others, and then proceed with tact and emotional control.

Microsoft Excel (All other Office programs also offered)
All levels from absolute beginner through advanced. Custom programs and shadowing/on-the-spot coaching available.

Grammar, Proofreading, Business Writing, Technical Writing
Fun, interactive training you can immediately put to use to improve speed, accuracy, clarity, and customer service. Any one or combination of the above topics is available.

Emotional Control and Self-Discipline
Stay Calm and Focused. Avoid triggering others. Learn the skill of self-discipline in all areas of life and work. A stress-management component is also available.

Sherry Prindle, the Jack of All Trainings, is a professional difference maker. She has delivered over 3,000 corporate training seminars and 400 keynotes in 40 topics over 15 years across all 50 states and 6 countries in 3 languages.

A Certified Master Coach Trainer, Sherry conducts Life Coach Certification classes via webinar and within organizations as owner of the Professional Coach Academy. She helps coaches and speakers with her Brand Yourself on Purpose marketing program and budding entrepreneurs with her radio show, Make Money Making a Difference.

Author of Life Coach Atlas and Stop Catering to the Slackers and co-author of 15 Winning Ways to Better Living, she has an M.A. in Business and Linguistics from the University of Texas at Arlington and a B.A. in Communications and International Relations from William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri.

She lived in Fukuoka, Japan for four years and Moscow, Russia for three years successfully working as a multilingual television and radio personality. She conducts energetic, interactive training programs that prompt discovery, motivation, and change.