Dr. Coyte Cooper is a High Performance Specialist residing in the Seattle, Washington area who is passionate about creating MEMORABLE experiences that EMPOWER people to their HIGHEST potential
A former college professor, Dr. Coyte Cooper walked away from his career at UNC to pursue his dream of becoming an author, coach, and speaker impacting millions of lives across the world. Why? Because he had a passion to go out and create messages that would inspire people to live to potential. On top of this, he looked around and noticed that far too many people were settling for results and lives below their potential.
Dr. Cooper has poured into creating transformational books, coaching programs, keynote talks, and trainings that are designed to help people flip the script on negative patterns so they can maximize their potential. These are custom designed to help people establish powerful habits that radically improve clarity, focus, ENERGY, motivation, and results in their lives. At the end of the day, Dr. Cooper has one goal: to help people maximize their potential so they can create results and lives they absolutely LOVE.
Dr. Cooper’s philosophy is to strive to add CRAZY VALUE to people’s lives every single day. Whether writing a book, giving a presentation, teaching a course, or posting on social media, he is passionate about helping people establish powerful habits that make them more intentional and efficient on a daily basis.
Dr. Cooper is consistently creating new systems and strategies to help proactive people maximize their potential. Be sure to browse this website to see the difference resources available to help you empower your potential.
Dr. Cooper was an elite athlete for over 20 years of his life where he was an NCAA All-American and HS National Champion/World Team Member in the sport of wrestling. After finishing his college wrestling career, he transitioned into a career as a coach and then college professor, in which he established a line of research in the areas of branding and vision. He also excelled as a teacher, being named the EXSS Teacher of the Year at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.