Your A-Game Coach
With 25+ years and over 25,000 hours of performance coaching, Steven has been a trusted advisor and coach to pro athletes high school, college, coaches, parents entrepreneurs, executives, entertainers, artists and organizations. His coaching led him to work with the US military, Jimmy Kimmel Live, The National Academy of Sports Medicine and members of the NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB.
Facts about Steven:
Was one of the first trainers to teach Mindfulness at Walter Reed Medical Center for the Military
Created and taught the first all-women’s college boxing course for credit in the US
Former C.S.C.S. strength coach and strength and conditioning consultant to the (AVP) Association of Volleyball Professionals
Developed “Timefulness®” to advance the current concept of mindfulness in relationship to time
Holds a US patent on software that analyzes electronic communications (text, email & chat)
Has been a volunteer teacher at mindfulness retreats for teenage students
Owned and operated one of first private performance centers for elite athletes in the USA
Has a Shorty Bull dog named MANA
His favorite form of exercise is stand-up paddle boarding
He has over 25,000 hours of coaching in his career
Steven’s has written several books and programs on performance, mindfulness, leadership, self-compassion, and communication. His latest book, The Time Cleanse: A Proven System to Eliminate Wasted Time, helps you realize your full potential and reinvest in what matters most. Published by McGraw-Hill, it is a modern guide to maximize your performance with your time.
It’s Time For Your
For over 20 plus years and 25,000 hours of personal and business coaching, Steven has worked extensively with the military, executives and athletes, coaches, members of the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, and nearly every other sport — helping them master every area of their life.
Having a veteran advocate in your corner to help you obtain the success and greatness you deserve can be a game changer.
The time is now to be an Impact Player in your life and be an A-Game player!
Or don’t. It’s not for everyone. It’s for only those who are committed to be their very best.