Rae Majors-Wildman is an award-winning business strategist, highly sought after speaker, best-selling author, and serial entrepreneur. Rae graduated with honors and holds a degree in Counseling Psychology. She has received coaching certification and mentorship from some of the top business leaders in the U.S. including Brian Buffini, Tony Robbins, John Assaraf, and Chet Holmes (who was responsible for doubling seven divisions of Warren Buffet’s partner Charlie Munger).

With over 15 years (and 20,000+ hours) of professional business coaching, training and consulting experience, CEOs and senior-level executives of fast-growing companies in banking, financing, technology, legal, real estate, health, and government industries call upon me to help them pave the way to creating a wildly successful business on their terms.

Some of the companies impacted by Rae includes Microsoft, T-Mobile, Sempra Energy, Rady Children’s Hospital, 5/3 Bank, City of Santa Ana, Wells Fargo, Verizon, Re/Max, Oklahoma Gas and Electric, City of Sacramento and countless solo law firms, CPAs, financial planners and real estate professionals.

Affectionately known as the “Velvet Hammer”, Rae is committed and passionate about supporting entrepreneurs and small business owners to get off the perpetual hamster wheel and finally create a “real” business not a job.

Some of the accolades and awards that Rae has received includes the National Association of Women’s Business Owners(NAWBO) BRAVO Award, Who’s Who Among Women in Ecommerce, San Diego Business Journal Women Who Means Business Finalist, Women Making History Awards – The Anita Roddick Entrepreneur Award, and recognition by the California State Assembly just to name a few.

Rae Majors-Wildman is the author of The Juggling Act: A Step by Step Guide to Balancing Your Business and Your Life and The Corporate Exodus: How America’s Top Companies Build a Winning Culture (to Attract, Keep and Develop their Emerging Leaders)

On a personal note, while Rae loves what she does, when she takes off her coaching and consulting hat off from time to time she travels with her husband and family, indulge in wine and fine dining, play golf, volunteer her time and talent with youth organizations, conquer jigsaw puzzles, and play outdoors with her dog Sushi (a very spoiled Shih Tzu).