This course is not for the faint-hearted! It's 90 days of committed alcohol-free living and it's expensive. But it has excellent success results. In fact many participants go on way beyond the 90 days.
I personally chose James as a coach training mentor because I love his philosophy and relate to the type of clients that take this path. They are high achievers, entrepreneurs and business owners. They are also grey area drinkers who are willing to really commit. The price point means you really have no choice!
I personally coach on this program and I highly recommend it if you're really ready to take the plunge. You will need to talk to the team to see if you are eligible and if this program is right for you. Details below.
James Swanwick is an Australian-American entrepreneur who helps casual drinkers reduce or quit alcohol. He is also an investor, speaker, journalist, and former ESPN SportsCenter anchor and Hollywood correspondent.
James has coached thousands of people to improve their lives and performance by adopting an alcohol-free lifestyle. He is the author of The 30-Day No-Alcohol Challenge: Your Simple Guide to Easily Reduce or Quit Alcohol and the creator of Project 90, an online program providing support and coaching for individuals eliminating alcohol from their lives. He is also the host of the Alcohol-Free Lifestyle Podcast, launched in June 2020, with 22 episodes currently featured on iTunes and Spotify. And the James Swanwick Show, with 330 episodes and 2million downloads.
A sleep evangelist, James is the co-founder (with his brother Tristan Swanwick) of the popular health brand Swanwick Sleep, which produces blue light-blocking glasses to improve well-being and sleep quality.
In his early career as a journalist, Swanwick was a reporter for Rupert Murdoch’s News Ltd, reporting on worldwide news, politics, business and entertainment for newspapers including The Courier-Mail and News of the World. His journalistic work has been featured in media including the New York Times, Associated Press, Wall Street Journal, Sydney Morning Herald, Daily Telegraph, The Sun and The Courier-Mail.
From 2010 to 2012, James was an ESPN SportsCenter anchor. Prior to that, he spent eight years working as a Hollywood correspondent, interviewing celebrities like Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, George Clooney, Bradley Cooper and Arnold Schwarzenegger, and world leaders including former U.S. Vice President Al Gore.
Forbes Magazine included James in its 25 Professional Networking Experts To Watch.