About George Jerjian
George Jerjian helps retiring entrepreneurs find their passion, purpose, and potential for the next chapter in their lives. There’s never been a better time to strike out.
George is a recognised best-selling author, Emmy award-winning producer, international speaker, business consultant, coach, and entrepreneur. He is on a mission to impact millions of retiring Baby Boomers, and when you speak to him your own life is transformed. George is a mindset mentor and thought-provoking guide, who helps retiring business persons to re-define, re-create, re-invent, re-vision, and rejuvenate themselves, so that they can increase their influence, impact and income dramatically.
With a business degree from Bradford University in England (1973) and a master’s degree in Journalism from New York University (1993), George has been in business for 40 years, a Chartered Marketer for 35 years, a partner in a US commercial real estate for 35 years, an author of ten books and a speaker for the past 20 years, and crucially a financial adviser for about five years in the 1990s. All this experience has helped him to get to this point, and to be able to share these workshops and programmes with you.
Albert Einstein was a mathematician, yet he solved the theory of relativity, which is in the domain of Physics. The Wright Brothers – Orville and Wilbur – were bicycle manufacturers, yet they imagined and built the first airplane. Dr Maxwell Maltz was a plastic surgeon, yet he solved what psychologists couldn’t; that self-image is the key to human personality and human behaviour. Why mention these three individuals? because solutions to problems are often solved by those outside the discipline.
George brainstorms strategies with his clients in Europe and in North America and with the focus on results, he looks to transform their mindset so that they can successfully turn their crises into huge opportunities.
George is also a Psych-K facilitator. This process was originated by Rob Williams about 25 years ago and is highly recommended by Dr Bruce Lipton. Psych-K allows you to quickly and easily identify and change subconscious beliefs that may be limiting your full potential in life – crucial for retiring baby-boomers, who struggle with self-sabotaging belief systems. George uses the method to enhance his programs, and is always happy to talk further about why he uses this ground-breaking approach.
As a speaker, he has travelled and conducted workshops in the United States, as well as regularly delivering speeches at home in the United Kingdom, on topics covering personal development, business mindset, and specifically about changing mindsets so as to transition with ease, from retirement to a new chapter in life.
With over 15 years of experience and a way of communicating like no other, he received the Distinguished Toastmaster award in 2013. As a writer, he has 10 books under his belt, with his most recent, ‘Spirit of Gratitude: Crises are Opportunities’, which gained him international media recognition and also interviews from numerous radio channels including BBC Radio West Midlands & articles have also been published in a number of publications, including The Yorkshire Post and The Scotsman.
George Jerjian walks his talk. His life has been a testament to reinventing himself over and over again, and he too has moved into a new chapter in his life. He knows how to help individuals, who are committed to making a change, to transition with ease. He now devotes his time to consulting, coaching, speaking and writing, with his focus on aiding individuals to tap into the opportunity that retirement or withdrawal from life offers them.
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