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Life Coach Tyreek Moore Wants You to Be the "Pro" in Productivity
One thing we can all agree on is that the path to reach the peak of your career can be a rocky one. Some of your favorite CEOs, entrepreneurs, and businesspeople have sacrificed a lot to get to where they are. One person who can attest to this is Tyreek Moore—the President of the Diversity Division and Sports Division of Handel Group, one of the top corporate consulting and life coaching companies in the world today.
Handel Group provides wildly insightful executive life coaching for organizations and individuals looking to achieve success through "in-your-face" practices of accountability and productivity. If you're looking for a group of inspiring individuals who are pioneering new standards of Personal Integrity, leadership and honesty in business and have what it takes to get you and your company to the next level, this is the team you want to call and Moore is your coach.
Moore knows what it takes to reach the top. Born and raised in the South Bronx, he grew up during the 1980s, one of the most turbulent eras in the city's history. Moore struggled to make a living and, to put it frankly, simply survive. But with strong role models and good faith, he knew he was bigger than the environment he grew up in. A graduate of Boston University with a Masters from Harvard, Moore made his dreams a reality and turned that success into real-world results.
Fast forward to 2020, Moore was able to give back to his community by opening one of the most successful charter schools in the nation as well as becoming a professor at Monroe College. But his main calling came when he was recruited to be a part of the Handel Group, providing life and career-changing advice to business executives and sports athletes.
In this eye-opening episode of #OpenDialogue, Associate Editor Omari White chats with Moore about his journey and dishes out some of his personal secrets to success.
Omari: "Currently, you know how we live in a society where it's a very competitive, 'dog-eat-dog world.' There are people who've joined organizations or done business with establishments that, unknown to them, have participated in shady things to help them get ahead. Can you tell me how you were able to stay true to yourself and not fall into this competitive trap?"
Tyreek Moore: "Everybody has their own agenda and are willing to do somewhat unscrupulous things, in order to achieve that agenda. What I know is this—there's going to be a sacrifice in anything you do and if your integrity is the thing you're sacrificing, what you're going to wind up with on the other side will be something that's sub-optimal in some area of your life. That's just how it works and I would love to say to you, Omari, that I have been a saint my whole life. I haven't, I haven't in those moments. Now this is years ago, right? I haven't always seen the path that inevitably follows from me, not yet doing that, which would allow me to operate with a certain level of integrity. So I'm not willing to sacrifice it. I'm just not. That's not a win for me."
Check out the rest of the interview with Tyreek Moore for more advice and life lessons.