It doesn’t take long to realize there is something different about Gloria Mitchell.
Though her difficult life journey would have stopped most people in their tracks, Gloria’s drive and resilience helped push her through the challenging times and propelled her to become one of the most highly sought-after life coaches in the industry.
Along her journey she overcame an abusive home, an illness that left her short-term memory in the bottom 1% of the population, another that left her in pain 24 hours a day and a battle with homelessness that once even caused her to resort to sleeping in a Walmart dressing room.
For many, that is where the story would have ended.
But not for Gloria. She went on to obtain an MBA from Stanford University, one of the most prestigious universities in this country and to own a successful consulting business.
Now, having spent over 15 years studying human resiliency and successful people’s ability to overcome the seemingly insurmountable, Gloria has dedicated the remainder of her life to helping men and women overcome the mental and emotional roadblocks holding them back from living extraordinary lives.