Ceil is consistently recognized as a leader who makes a profound impact on others, artfully guiding them to develop their “inner champions” and transform their lives in extraordinary ways.
She uses revolutionary processes for personal and professional development that changes lives across the globe—entrepreneurs, business leaders, investors, go-getters, parents, athletes, and performers alike.
Ceil teaches applicable techniques that will empower you and vastly improve every sphere of your life. Before finding her passion and purpose in the field of personal development, she had a nineteen year career in the insurance industry.
One of the most frequent questions I am asked is, “How on earth did you get into the field of personal development?”
In my early twenties, shortly after I said “I do,” I realized I did not know how to have a happy relationship. I made a powerful intention to simply “get better.” I started reading self-help books and embarked on the journey of personal and spiritual development. I began looking for answers to questions that I had been asking myself for years. Questions like, “Who am I? Why do people act the way that they do? Why do I act the way that I act?” And I attended numerous workshops and courses, attempting to answer those questions.
In my late twenties, I landed an entry level position with a Fortune 500 insurance company in Dallas, Texas. It was the first positive team of people I had ever worked with, and I was very lucky to have a boss who became my first positive mentor and role model. I eventually achieved my dream and goal of acquiring an executive position without a degree, which was very rare.
A few days before my fortieth birthday, I had a defining moment: I decided I was not going to live the rest of my life as I had lived previous 39 years.
I enrolled in a course called “Dynamic Presence” and found the true answers to the questions I spent my life searching for. And luckily, I found my passion, my purpose and what I really love to do — positively coach others to be their great self.
My income rose by 33%, my relationships improved and I won National Account Manager of the Year. That’s how I knew it worked. I realized I could take what I was learning, and help others by applying it every area of life.
I had no idea, at the time, how that one decision and intention would change the course of my life. It improved my life and caused me to be in the right place and the right time with the right people. It drove me forward, and it’s the reason I always say, “Don’t ever underestimate the power of your intention.”
In 2004, I decided to dedicate my time and energy to spreading knowledge and awareness by inspiring others to be the best in all that they do.