Terrance Mcmahon

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In 2016, Terrance McMahon was sitting in a hospital room dying from liver failure. Doctors said he had 90 days to live and that his chances of finding a match for a liver transplant in time were slim. So slim that it wasn’t until the end of his 90-day death sentence that a liver from a young prisoner in Alabama was deemed a match. Given a second chance at life, Terrance decided to recreate himself from a multi-millionaire morbidly obese, alcoholic CEO of MassMutual-Northern New England to a healthy and sober business coach, speaker, podcast host, bestselling author and mentor. 


Since then, Terrance has helped thousands of people recreate themselves using algorithms to avoid unnecessary pitfalls and take the right steps toward building a business that revolves around their lifestyle. Not the other way around. He doesn’t just help people make money. He helps them develop the tools for complete freedom. 


Terrance is the author of four books, including the best-seller Superhero Self: How To Recover From Anything, and his TEDx Talk, Broken to Beautiful: An Algorithm to Recreate Yourself, has over 100,00 views. His podcast, The Terrence McMahon Podcast, has over 500 5-star reviews.


This past year, Terrance started creating 1-minute mentoring videos on TikTok that have since gone viral. He has over 247,000 followers, and his videos have received as many as 500,000 views. Always looking for ways to make his expertise and coaching more accessible, Terrance launched The Re-Create App in 2021 as the ultimate pocket mentor.


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  • What is your favorite quote? "If you take care of the minutes the years take care of themselves"
  • Are there any moments that stand out as having a significant impact on your career? Liver transplant survivor
  • Outside of your profession do you have any hobbies/interests? Traveling, books, sports
  • Who do you look up to as a mentor and why? Charlie Munger. He's a lifelong learner, impeccable values, generous with his time and money