Speaker Spotlight: Ben Sands, Performance Coach
How do the best, most productive, most impactful men and women create and sustain their energy? That’s the question that Ben Sands, Founder
& CEO of Sands Leadership, will answer at our breakfast meeting February 13 at 7:30 a.m. at RADIUS Church. Sponsored by Palmetto
Health, this breakfast will include an engaging and practical discussion of the “high-performance habits” of the world’s most respected leaders.
Ben will share a series of simple, practical ideas that “the best” CEOs, Entrepreneurs, and other Change-Makers use to fuel their creativity, productivity
Learn more about Ben below and visit www.palmettohealth.com for more information about Palmetto
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About Ben Sands
How do you navigate a world full of both opportunity, AND risk, to create a life you love?
What’s the secret to making great decisions in a world that’s constantly changing?
What do “the best” do to maintain their energy and impact, over time?
These are the questions to which our speaker, Performance Coach – Ben Sands, has dedicated his life to solving.
His Big, Hairy, Audacious, Goal? A world in which more men and women wake up, every day, energized and engaged by the work they do and the life they live.
Ben’s worked with the rising leadership teams at a bunch of big companies like Morgan Stanley, Walt Disney, and Microsoft, and a bunch of small ones, too.
Before he got into coaching, Ben spent a decade in consulting. He loved it, and that work became the foundation for what he does today.
He went to college at Duke, and today lives in Charleston, SC with his wife, and two young sons.
Other “fun” facts about Ben:
- He has taught movie stars how to ski. He spent four years as a professional ski instructor in Aspen, Colorado.
- He’s been on Reality TV. In his 20s he spent a few weeks on The Bachelorette (where he came to deeply appreciate the importance
of making good personal and professional decisions! J )
- He met Bon Jovi. In the 8th grade he won a state-wide poetry contest – the prize for which was a guitar from the band.
His only regret: he never learned to play it.