Rabbi Shmuel Reichman is an inspirational speaker, educator, author, and coach who has lectured internationally on topics of Jewish Thought and Jewish Medical Ethics. He is the founder and CEO of Self-Mastery Academy, the transformative online course based on high-performance psychology, Torah, and leadership.
After obtaining his Bachelors degree from Yeshiva University, he received his Masters degree in Jewish Thought from the Bernard Revel Graduate School. He is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Chicago while simultaneously completing his rabbinical studies at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS).
Shmuel also holds a coaching certification from Robbins-Madanes Training, having received training from Tony Robbins and Cloe Madanes, world leaders in positive psychology.
After suffering from a near death experience, overcoming heartbreak, and experiencing multiple medical difficulties, Shmuel began asking himself the questions he never before considered: "Am I living with purpose? Why did God put me in this world? What difference am I creating with this life I've been given?"
This led him on a spiritual journey of self-development, with many years full of both personal struggles and breakthroughs, and ultimately to his life's mission of helping others find their inner purpose and live their greatest lives.
Shmuel has spent his life researching psychology, spirituality, philosophy, and leadership. He has become a sought-after speaker, an in-demand coach, a popular writer, and a pioneer in the field of online education.
He has worked with incredible organizations such as Chazaq, TorahAnytime, Aish.com, OU/NCSY, JLI, Meaningful Minute, Jewish Workshops, Hidabroot, Just a Moment, and many others. His deep and inspiring lectures can also be found on YUTorah.org, TorahDownloads.com, and many other websites.
Shmuel's passion is spreading Jewish wisdom worldwide. His inspirational videos have reached hundreds of thousands of people and his online courses have revolutionized the way self-development is being taught.
You can contact Shmuel at [email protected]