Rhett discussing education with
King Letsie III of Lesotho
"Rhett delivers a "powerful" show!"
Rhett with President Clinton
Rhett Power co-founded Wild Creations in 2007 and quickly built the startup toy company into the 2010 Fastest Growing Business in South Carolina. Wild Creations was awarded a Blue Ribbon Top 75 US Company by the US Chamber of Commerce and named as one of Inc. Magazine’s 500 Fastest Growing US Companies two years in a row. He and his team won over 40 national awards for their innovative toys. He was a finalist for Ernst and Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2011 and was nominated again in 2012. He was recently named as one of the world’s top 100 business bloggers in 2015.
A member of the United States Department of State’s International Speakers Program, he travels the globe speaking about entrepreneurship, leadership, and management alongside the likes of Gates Foundation CEO Sue Desmond-Hellmann, AOL Founder Steve Case, and President Barack Obama. He has written for the Huffington Post, Business Insider, Time, and The Wall Street Journal.
Prior to founding Wild Creations, Rhett worked as an economic and small business development consultant for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), serving 7 years in the former Soviet Republics of Central Asia. Prior to that, he was Director of National Service Programs for Habitat for Humanity, which included being Habitat’s chief liaison with The White House, Congress, and the Corporation for National Service.
He served in the US Peace Corps and is a graduate of the University of South Carolina. In addition to being the co-author of the Best -Selling book One Million Frogs, Rhett is a regular contributor to Inc.com and Success Magazine. He just completed his second book on how to improve your performance, which will be published by McGraw Hill in early 2017. Power lives in Washington DC.
What you can expect from me as your coach
I will be totally committed to your personal success. My efforts will be to:
Rhett working with U.S. Ambassador Robert Mandell
Rhett talking politics with the President of Panama