Seminar 1: Kurek Ashley, international peak performance and success coach
Who is this Man?
As a young man, American-born Kurek Ashley had stars in his eyes. At age 18 he moved to Los Angeles and a Hollywood career alongside the likes of John Travolta, Sylvester Stallone, Charlie Sheen and Sharon Stone.
Life changed in 1989. While filming a movie with Chuck Norris, Kurek was involved in a helicopter crash which killed five of his friends, including his best friend who died in his arms. In the years following, Kurek's life spiralled into depression, drugs and attempted suicide.
Then he made a decision to learn from the tragedy and change his life. Today, Kurek shares his experience so that we too can learn to harness the power within, and overcome fears and limiting beliefs to achieve success.
Among his achievements, Kurek was the ‘success coach’ for Natalie Cook and Kerri Ann Pottharst of the Australian women’s Olympic beach volleyball team, helping them strike gold at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
What does he Do?
For 20 years Kurek has given people from all walks of life the strategies they need to take their lives to a higher level – mentally, financially, physically and spiritually.
The purpose is to create global abundance through love and empowerment. The goal is to 'inspire' people through experience and entertainment, 'empower' them through education and learning, and 'motivate' them by providing strategies for real action to achieve everything they want in life.
Kurek Ashley’s Life Success Club gives you the opportunity to experience a full year of resources and coaching with Kurek so that you can create the success results you want in your relationships, health, finance, business and career. This coaching is available to you wherever you are, at any time, even during your wildest adventures! To learn more go to www.kurekashley.com
What you will get from this Adventure Hero interview
We’ll ask Kurek who his heroes are, and why they inspire him.
We’ll talk with him about his personal journey and ask him to share the critical moments – times that have profoundly affected and shaped the decisions he’s made.
We’ll find out what things he has done that he is really proud of, and why.
We’ll talk about the knife-edge moments – when things could have been either an incredible success or a massive failure – and find out what he thought and did to achieve the outcome he wanted.
We’ll ask Kurek to highlight what we can learn from his experience. And from the experiences of other inspiring people he has worked with.
We’ll talk about fire walking, one of Kurek’s trademark tools, and find out why is it such a great metaphor for adventure and overcoming our fears.
And we’ll ask him if there is one thing he believes is more important than anything else in creating heroes.