Jerry Emeka is an imagination coach, keynote speaker and facilitator who enjoys lighting a spark in people’s eyes by guiding you to discover your burning desire, release old stories, neutralize self-doubt & frustration, and recognize ever-present fulfillment.
He helps you conceive of the individual that you’re truly here to be and realize that in order to make a change in the world you must first reimagine your concept of self and hold it as if it has already happened.
As William Blake so profoundly said “All that you behold, though it appears without it is within your wonderful human imagination in which this world of mortality is but a shadow.” In other words life isn’t happening to you but rather through you.
Jerry’s journey has taken him all over the world allowing him to sing in Carnegie Hall, be a radio personality, act with some of the funniest comics in NYC, and work with small organizations and big companies.
He was raised in Sugar Land, TX as a proud, first-generation Nigerian. He has lived in East Texas, New York City, Houston, Austria, Chicago and now resides on a 24-acre farm on the Big Island of Hawaii, with his wife, Stephanie. They enjoy raising their sons Watts, named after Zen philosopher Alan Watts, and Kenechi, an Igbo name meaning "give thanks to God."