Success Profiles Radio 10/31/23 show

Alan Stein, Jr was this week's guest on Success Profiles Radio. He spent over 15 years working with the highest performing basketball players in the world, including Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, and Steph Curry. He is now a keynote speaker and has worked with global brands such as Pepsi, Under Armour, Spotify, and many others to unlock their potential and drive success.

We talked about achieving elite levels of performance, developing the mindset of a champion, the greatest lesson he learned from Kobe Bryant, why the concept of "next play" is so critical, and why certain people thrive in high pressure moments while others don't.

In addition, we discussed the art of learning to be present, how to use stress to propel us forward, focusing on the process more than the result, and identifying your key metrics that drive your organization's success.

Finally, we discussed using visualization to enhance performance, how running more productive meetings is like a basketball coach taking a timeout during a game, and much more. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts/iTunes, or you can listen here: Success Profiles Radio | Live Internet Talk Radio | Best Shows Podcasts (

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