You get to choose the life you will live.

Siri Lindley wanted to be a world champion triathlete…even though she didn’t know how to swim. She wanted to love and be loved…even though her father shunned her because she was gay. She wanted to savor every day and enjoy the life she’d made with her wife, her career, and her passion for horses…even though in November 2019 she was diagnosed with a rare—and usually fatal—form of acute myeloid leukemia.

Every time Siri has faced what seemed impossible, she found a way to not only survive the situation, but to thrive within it. Today, she’s cancer free, a triathlon world champion, happily married, and one of the most popular coaches and motivational speakers in the world. Finding a Way is her life-giving guide for readers who are feeling stuck between the life they want to live and the life that they’re living now.

This book gives you the tools and strategies you need to find a way through your struggles and on to triumph.

You have everything you need inside of you to do this. You get to go first in deciding what story you want to live in any moment. You get to go first in deciding what is possible for you, what you are capable of, and what life’s challenges will mean for you.

Let Finding a Way teach you how to rewrite the stories in life that you are living. Let Siri help you re-narrate those stories to bring out the best in you—to open the gates to a greener pasture where you can finally put down your armor, open your heart, and receive the gifts of love, joy, and fulfilment that you so deserve.

About the author(s)

Siri Lindley is a two-time world champion triathlete and winner of twelve ITU World Cup races. She retired as the #1 ranking triathlete in the world—a place she held for more than two years. Today, as the top female triathlon coach in the world, she’s guided Olympic medalists and Ironman champions to not only become better athletes, but also better people.

Along with her wife, Siri founded and runs Believe Ranch and Rescue, a local horse rescue program in Colorado that has directly saved almost two hundred horses, as well as the national advocacy group Horses in Our Hands, which has been a key voice in decreasing the number of American horses slaughtered every year by 75 percent.

Siri runs Equine Assisted Coaching programs bi-monthly from March to November, and provides opportunities for people to experience and benefit from the beautiful healing power of horses. The groups Siri works with are those battling anxiety, PTSD, fear, grief, disability, and challenging diagnoses.

Whatever she does, Siri Lindley pours herself into the people around her and changes lives for the better, and her results can be seen all around the world. In 2020, after her successful battle against cancer, she launched two new coaching programs—the Sirius Squad for anyone looking to unleash their fitness warrior and find better health, and the Go First to Success Squad, a quarterly in-depth program of life coaching.

Siri is married to Rebekah Keat, also a world class triathlete and coach. They run the Team Sirius Tri Club, a training program for triathletes. They live near Boulder, Colorado, with forty rescue horses, three dogs, and a cat. Siri is a graduate of Brown University with a degree in Psychology. Siri is in the Brown University Hall of Fame, as well as the USA Triathlon Hall of Fame and Boulder, Colorado’s Hall of Fame.

Tony Robbins is a bestselling author, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. For more than thirty-seven years, millions of people have enjoyed the warmth, humor, and the transformational power of Mr. Robbins’ business and personal development events. As a world-renowned life and business strategist, he’s called upon to consult and coach with some of the world’s finest athletes, entertainers, Fortune 500 CEOs, and even presidents of nations. Robbins is a founder or partner in over a dozen companies in industries as diverse as a five-star Fijian Island resort to custom 3D-printed prosthetic limbs. Through the Tony Robbins Foundation and his matching funds, Tony has provided over 500 million meals in his partnership with Feeding America.

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