Allison is a Leadership coach also providing done for you social media solutions which drives thousands of targeted leads to your business. Cofounder of Business Formulasand Digital Marketer Meetup, Allison now travels the world speaking and coaching Business Owners and Entrepreneurs to build businesses out of thier passions and make money through Social Media (Facebook, Linkedin, Youtube, Twitter, Affiliate Marketing, Instagram, Apps, Mobile Marketing, Copywriting, Webinars and Coaching).
She is also an international motivational speaker, 4 time World Champion Windsurfer, World Speed Record holder, Australia's Female Sailor of the Year and windsurfed 115km across Bass Strait.
-Clients increasing their bottom line by over $400,000 in just a few coaching sessions
-Generate quality leads to your business through social media
-Helping people live their passions through business
-Leadership skills, motivation, goal setting and outstanding results
- Champion mindset for life and business
Allison Shreeve has harnessed wind and water to shoot to the top of her sport. With multiple awards, records and accomplishments, she now shares her success with others through leadership coaching and public speaking, while continuing to train for the Rio Olympics in 2016. ‘Living your cause is the most fulfilling and satisfying thing you can do,’ she says. ‘Why wait till the end of your life to do what you really want to do?’
Allison didn’t become a world champion by dreaming about it. She replaced dreams with action. You can do the same. Find out more about this remarkable woman: her achievements, challenges and current goals, and how you can work and be inspired by her.
To find out how you can work with Allison, click here to book a consultation.
See video action of Allison here, and speed windsurfing in Fuerteventura here.
Allison has successfully completed windsurfing 115km of the Bass Strait Challenge in formidable conditions with 30-35 knot winds and 3-4m swells. In doing so she has exceeded CoastCare’s “Life on the Edge” campaign target for people from all walks of life to travel 100km of Australia’s coastline using non-motorised activity. Allison departed from Stanley in Tasmania on 26th March 2009, after a courageous nine hour slog resulting in severe cramping and hypothermia, Allison’s challenge was ultimately brought to an end when she was helped on board Calypso II, her support boat, before she was able to set foot on Victorian shores.