Rico Sharp is one of the coaches that we found this month and we did a little interview with him. He impressed us with his wisdom and motivation.
He is a coach who has dedicated his life to helping individuals overcome obstacles, discover their true potential, and find inner revitalization. With 27 years of experience in life coaching and 32 years as a public speaker, Rico has made a profound impact on the lives of countless individuals. His journey into coaching began when he took on the role of a pastor, seeking to bring balance, stability, and progress into people’s lives.
His own life story is a testament to his resilience and determination. He faced homelessness, drug addiction, poverty, criminality, and incarceration. Yet, he emerged from these challenges, defeating self destruction and using his personal transformation as a powerful tool to guide and inspire others.
What sets Rico apart as a coach is his unique and motivating approach. His coaching journey is not just a career, it’s a life mission built on decades of experience in discovery and recovery. His powerful message and interpersonal approach have proven transformative for those seeking a fresh start and a renewed sense of self.
Meet Life Coach Rico Sharp:
Name: Rico Sharp
Pillar: The Heart
Who is this coach for: Anyone who wants motivation to grab their life and live sharp.
How they can help: Through motivation and custom made plans.
First of all, how are you and your family doing after these Pandemic times?
The Pandemic was a pruning and proving time that refined and defined me as a person which help to put priorities in place and develop proper perspectives.
How did the coronavirus pandemic affect your clients? Did it affect you at all?
A. The Pandemic brought many clients to an all time high of personal depression and business regression.
B. The Pandemic affected me personally through the death of my father and through the sickness of my family.
What are the biggest lessons that you learned in this pandemic?
I learned to value life, value family, value time and value opportunities.
Tell us about you, your career, how you started with your coaching career?
I am 52 years of age, married for 32 years, 3 children and a grandson.
I am an entrepreneur for 29 years, a life coach for 27 years and a public speaker for 32 years.
I got started with my coaching career when I started pastoring as a way to help bring balance, stability and progress into people’s lives.
What was your biggest obstacle that you had to overcome in your life that made you who you are today?
I had to overcome homelessness, drug addiction, abstract poverty, criminality and incarceration.
To summons it all up, I had to overcome self destruction.
The Coaching Style:
How do you innovate with coaching your clients?
I innovate through personal observations due to each client having unique personalities, unique circumstances and unique goals.
Through my observation, experience and revelation of each client, I subscribe personalized plans taylor made to recalibrate and reposition each client for resuscitation and revitalization.
What’s unique about your coaching approach?
My Coaching uniqueness is that I make an interpersonal approach to revive the inner spirit and soul of mankind.
What benefits do your clients get after working with you?
My clients get the benefit of being born again or renewed in their interpersonal being such as their mind, will power, confidence, self worth, courage and self belief.
Do you use any specific tools to be efficient with your clients?
My greatest tool is my personal journey of transformation and transition from shame to fame and from a breakdown to a breakthrough coupled with 32 years of experience in discovery and recovery.
If you had a super megaphone that, when you speak into, the whole world will hear your message, what would you say?
If I had a megaphone I would tell the world three things:
A. Don’t let life kill you.
B. Forgive yourself for your failures, your flaws, and your faults.
C. Life goes on.
What is the greatest lesson you have learned in your life?
My greatest lesson learned in life is to believe in yourself, love your self and forgive yourself.
Your final thoughts?
My final thought is my famous quote:
“Life is what you make it, when your opportunity comes you take it. You be Sharp now and maximize your moment and make yourself a great life and think sharp, plan sharp, talk sharp, walk sharp, dress sharp, eat sharp, live sharp and you’ll be sharp.”
Where Can You Find Rico Sharp?
If you liked this interview and you would love to be motivated into living your life sharp, go to https://www.ricosharp.org/ and see how Rico can help you.
If you’d like to connect more personally with him, you can do that through LinkedIn, Facebook, or by sending him a message to his Email [email protected]. It was an honor having this interview with him.