Sheri Mortko

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Live Like You Mean It Coaching
Address  :  16370 West 138th Terrace
    Olathe, KS 66062
Phone  :  913-706-7053
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Type of Industry :  Life / Leadership Coach
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Sheri Mortko is President of Live Like You Mean It! located in the Kansas City area. She is a life coach with 24 years of training and experience in education, spiritual formation, and coaching. She serves as a partner to individuals and businesses helping them define and pursue excellence in their personal and professional lives. Sheri uses cutting-edge assessment strategies to custom craft solutions for individuals and teams who are ready to build on strengths, increase trust and reduce conflict. Sheri has coached and taught in a variety of settings since 1980: as a classroom teacher and staff development trainer in public and private schools, as a group facilitator in spiritual formation and co-creator of Personal Vision Living seminars for HeartConnexion Ministriessm, and currently as a coach working with clients who are ready to increase effectiveness in communication, self-mastery and managing change.

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Sheri is a graduate of Kansas University (BA in French), the Institut Catholique de Paris and Emporia State University (MS in Curriculum Design and Instruction). She has been awarded state-wide teaching honors in Texas and served as a member of the Shawnee Mission School District Teacher Trainer Cadre for several years. Sheri is a member of the International Coach Federation, Coachville and has graduated from Coach University’s coach training program. Sheri lives in Olathe, Kansas with her husband, Rob. They own and operate Made In The Shade Gardens ( specializing in hosta, the world’s number one best-selling shade perennial. She is a painter who enjoys time with friends and family, mentoring newer coaches, teaching self-defense, studying scripture, agility training with Niko the Hosta Hound, travel, reading, gardening and spending time outdoors. Don't ask yourself what the world needs; ask yourself what makes you come alive, and go do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive. --Howard Thurman

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