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Peak Performance

Olympic Silver Medalist and Entrepreneur

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John brings an unusual and diverse perspective to individual achievement and organizational potential. His first career consisted of 12 years as an Olympic athlete, representing the U.S. in 10 world championships and winning a silver medal in the Winter Olympics. After “retirement,” John moved into strategy consulting during the heady dot-com era, helping clients like Goldman Sachs, AOL/Time Warner and Enron innovate new business models. As a result of this experience, unlocking human potential in service of driving growth has become John’s “why” and led to his current role, helping organizations to develop a culture of innovation.

Peak Performance, Motivation, and Sales Strategist

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Chip believes audiences are craving engagement, not another speech. For 5½ years as world-renowned business leader Tony Robbins’s international point man, he spoke over 1300 times throughout the US, UK and Australia. This immersive experience sharpened his skills and created a unique style. It is high-energy, humorous, and persuasive and gets results. Chip promises to be THE energy source at your event.

Author & Expert on High Performance Strategies

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Joe is a business author, executive coach, and partner in three companies, including Hometown Productions, a feature film company; Mirror, a very hip restaurant in Nashville, TN; and Legacy, a marketing firm specializing in branding, employee retention and customer service issues. He is the author of Be the Best at What Matters Most, and four other ground-breaking business books including Becoming A Category of One: How Extraordinary Companies Transcend Commodity And Defy Comparison, which received rave reviews from The New York Times, Retailing Today, Publishers Weekly and many others.
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