Although Riley enjoys the arts, music, and a good, sappy romantic comedy, he is usually mistaken for a jock. He currently works full time as a sport psychology consultant, or mental performance coach, addressing innermost fears of most athletes: failure. He enjoys giving athletes, corporate employees, and young people the tools to handle a stressful and frightening world. Riley went back to school at the over-the-hill age of 40 (it’s the new the new 30, right?) to get his master’s degree in sport and performance psychology at the University of Utah in 2017. He is married to the wonderful and talented Georgann Manolis Jensen and they have three beautiful children under the age of 7 (yes, he’s tired). His dream is to serve another mission in France one day (he seems attracted to difficult scenarios), and to enjoy laughing and watching his children make some of the mistakes he made.