Author, Business/ Life Coach
Lily Sanders’ life experiences, adversity, talent, sense of humor, and intense compassion has gifted her a purpose to business/ life coach, co-host, and write. She is a certified professional business/ life coach, writes a monthly column in E the Magazine for Today’s Female Executive, and currently authoring her own inspiring new book, “Truth to Triumph”. She recently Co-hosted five episodes for a new TV show called “Total Woman” on Transformation for Success TV, and can be heard in an insightful interview she was given on Voice America Talk Radio.
Lily grew up in a domestically violent home, and used ballet class as her sanctuary. Performing and producing was her dream since she was a young child. She later went on as a professional dancer and landed interesting gigs as a dance contestant on Ed McMahon’s Star Search, and a Showgirl/Dancer on Ringling Bros Barnum & Bailey Circus. She continued onto a promising acting career and won various Off Broadway roles and a Day Player role on ABC’s One Life to Live.
Years later, she married, had a beautiful child, and became a highly successful entrepreneur in the franchise world. Lily suffered in silence for fourteen years, hiding behind closed doors as a battered wife. The lessons she learned and the awakening she had transformed her into the inspiring, spiritual, and thought provoking writer and business/ life coach that she is today. She specializes in helping others live a life of purpose, while opening a door for clients to experience positive change through transformation. Lily has a wonderful ability to coach the already successful person both professionally and emotionally, bringing them to a level of awareness that can only be explained as presence. She is equally gifted as a health coach as she is quite the health guru in the kitchen!
As a columnist and author, the essence of her writing reinforces and compliments her business/ life coaching approach, and opens opportunity for her to advance collective consciousness.
“I believe that your career is not your purpose, rather your career is guided by your purpose.”
~Lily Sanders C.P.C.