Keller L. Coleman IV, better known as “Coach Keller,” went from Blue Collar to Businessman
because he made a plan and made it happen.
Many people have dreams and make plans they don’t know how to execute; hence they never come to fruition. I want to empower you to live the life of your dreams, not just by making a plan, but by seeing it through and making it happen.
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About the Author
Born and raised in Detroit, MI, Coach Keller has been in business working and instructing people with success strategies for over 10 years. Coach Keller is a highly-motivated person who loves to help people bring out the success in their lives.
“I have been mentoring and coaching people for numerous years. People naturally have been drawn to me by my humor and my charm. Whenever there has been a need, problem, different insight needed, people always have sought me out to help them achieve their goals and desires. I love helping people. I love bringing the leader that is within them out.”
Coach Keller is a community activist working with community-based organizations that helps residents on the east side of Detroit, Michigan.
Coach Keller supports the young men’s mentoring group of Pershing High School in Detroit, The Brothers in Transition, directed by Coach Don Henderson. This mentoring group helps young men in high school, from ages 14-18, and steers them in the right direction. Coach Keller also supports the Pershing Men’s football team along with the Pershing High School cheerleaders.
Coach Keller is president of the Pershing Network, which has two divisions: a business side and a social networking side.
Coach Keller loves bowling and the arts. He has eight children and (so far!) one grandchild. Coach Keller is active at his church, Gethsemane Apostolic Church of God pastored by District Elder Kevin Harrison. Coach Keller is actively involved with the sound ministry and is also a musician (drummer).