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Grayson Marhall Jr.
The Metacognition Expert
The more than motivational speaker and author.
Grayson Marshall, Jr., a Washington, D.C. native, is a kingdom-minded servant, inspirational leader, gifted keynote speaker, and entrepreneur. He has traveled around the globe and inspired tens of thousands of people to live their lives to the fullest.
Grayson is an accomplished athlete and coach. He was a five-time high school basketball Coach of the Year; was inducted into the St. John’s College High School Hall of Fame, and was inducted into the Clemson University Sports Hall of Fame. Clemson University recently named him an ACC Basketball Legend. Grayson still holds every assist record in the university’s history. He is a graduate of Clemson University and a Certified Life Coach.
Grayson is the “Coach” of coaches. He is sought after by “C” suite level executives to shift their personal and professional paradigms. Professional athletes, educators, the military and youth all benefit from his platform and approach which is a true contrast to the motivation genre that exists today.
Grayson has the unique talent of “Getting you to Believe in you.” He is called “The Metacognition Expert,” because the lasting application to make the successful shift is all in the way you think. He utilizes tools and techniques to help people change their outlook on life and identify their passion. Grayson’s energy and enthusiasm are contagious. Which is why so many seek him to address and inspire their organization no matter what the size.
Dr. Adrian A. Gentry
Dr. Gentry is a passionate Speaker, Author, Entrepreneur, and Lifestyle Coach with a proven track record of transforming lives. He is the embodiment of passion! Utilizing that passion, Adrian takes an aggressive approach to personal development, challenging what people see as the “norm.”
Adrian’s story is a remarkable one. From a very young age, he has had an entrepreneurial spirit but lacked the guidance of positive role models to hone his abilities. He inevitably learned the pitfalls of life. Though several adversities arose, from federal prison at 21 to Marketing Director and Sales for an International Food Manufacturing Company by 26 to nearly homeless by 28 to Semi-Retired by 32. He never allowed anything to stop him.
Adrian specializes in motivating and teaching others the power of effectively utilizing, knowledge, resources, and network ability to obtain definitive goals and reach greatness. He has coached companies to multi-million dollar revenues and individuals to six-figure incomes, providing them financial freedom and the lifestyle they deserve.
He is the author of the book “30 Days of Faith” and his personal mission in life is to “extract excellence from people at a mental, physical, emotional, spiritual, social, and financial level!” His Mantra “Everything that has happened in my life was not for me, it was meant to help someone else.”
HERE ARE SOME OF THE AREAS THAT ARE ADDRESSED:
How do people become successful?
I can’t get out of my current situation, but I know there is a better life for me. What do I do?
I am in stuck in the past. I loved my life back then. I loved the people, and everything was so good. Now, I find myself almost in tears thinking about the past while my life passes me by.
I know there is a better me deep inside, but I don’t know how to get where I want to go. I feel stuck.
I feel like I need permission or a compliment or something every time I try to do anything. I want to be powerful and decisive, not so dependent on what others think or say about me.
People expect a version of me that I don’t really want to be. How do I handle that?
They say the quickest way to get from point A to point B is a straight line, but I am stuck at point A and I don’t know how to move on.
I feel like I have to please everyone. I even call myself a people pleaser. But I am not pleased with myself when I do that. I want to do things to grow my own life rather than cater to everyone else’s.
I don’t think I ever left my family and grew up. I don’t think I really know myself well enough to be courageous.