Peak Performance coach, serial entrepreneur and WSJ bestselling author of ‘The Alter Ego Effect: The Power of Secret Identities to Transform Your Life’.
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Todd Herman has been entrenched in the world of elite performers for over two decades working with the highest achievers in Sports and Business to help them achieve their most ambitious goals. Simply put, Todd Herman helps ambitious people do hard things.
Creator of the multi-award-winning Leadership & Skills Development Program, 90 Day Year and recipient of Inc. 500’s Fastest Growing Companies Award, Todd has been featured on the Today Show, Sky News, Inc Magazine, CBS and Business Insider among others and his professional programs are delivered to over 200,000 professionals annually in 73 countries.
Originally from Alberta, Canada, Todd grew up on a large farm and ranch, where he developed a healthy dislike of chicken coops. Todd now lives in New York City with his wife and three young children and is currently the world’s worst ukulele player.
The Alter Ego Effect
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”Todd has written the definitive playbook for people striving to achieve great things!Neil PatelEntrepreneur & Author
”This book is going to change minds and change lives!JJ VirginFitness & Nutritionist Expert & NYC Best Selling Author
”If you want a stronger mental game, get this book! Todd takes you on a mind-expanding journey to find your Heroic Self.Emily FletcherActress, Entrepreneur and Author
”I used this exact strategy to get to the top of my sport. This truly is what elite professionals do to win.Frank ShamrockUFC Champion
”Finally! A book to help conquer the challenges of doing hard stuff by someone that's coached top performers!!Brian SmithUGG Founder & Best Selling Author
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