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Champion Adversity & Become a Grand Slam Leader!
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When: Tuesday, August 20, 2019
Breakfast 8:00 - 9:15 AM | VIP Reception 7:15 - 7:45 AM
Where: Phoenix Airport Marriott
1101 N 44th St
Phoenix, Arizona  85008
United States
Contact: Lisa Rugloski
(602) 274-6545

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Champion Adversity and Become a Grand Slam Leader!

Rescheduled - Now Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - Phoenix Airport Marriott
  • 7:15 - 7:45 AM VIP Reception * ($105 per person, limited to 30 attendees)
  • 8:00 - 9:15 AM Breakfast ($55 early registration, $65 late registration)

General Membership Breakfast With Todd Stottlemyre – Former Arizona Diamondbacks Pitcher and 3-Time World Series Winner, Inspires Others to Live Without Limits!


In his keynote presentation, participants will master his 5 powers by learning:

  1. How to deliver thoughts most effectively to employees
  2. How to channel emotions into a competitor’s mindset
  3. How to become a master of your words to motivate employees to reach their full potential
  4. How to create associations among your company/ organization to unite the team
  5. How to take confident steps of action when faced with adversity

Champion Adversity and Become a Grand Slam Leader! When one thinks of leadership qualities, there are a lot of general consistencies in what people think of: communication, confidence, etc… but what makes someone a grand slam leader is when they can come back from the losses, foul balls, and strikeouts. Grand slam leaders know how to tackle adversity and come back twice as strong. From these mistakes and missteps, Todd has become passionate about sharing his message in that you need to learn from people and learn from your mistakes to be the best leader you can be.

Todd has found that in order to become a grand slam leader and positively influence employees effectively, you need to grow your reality in order to grow your leadership. Own up to mistakes, humble yourself to learn something from everyone, and especially learn from those working under you! A united team is more powerful than a 90-mph fastball.

VIP Reception * Includes:
Breakfast, face time with the Todd Stottlemyre; His Autographed book, “Relentless Success”, with a personalized message; photo opportunity with Todd and his World Series Rings!

Todd Stottlemyre Biography

Todd Stottlemyre grew up around the majesty of Yankee Stadium where his father was an All-Star pitcher for the New York Yankees. His Dad had great teammates like Mickey Mantle, Whitey Ford, Thurman Munson and Yogi Berra was his first manager. Growing up in that environment inspired Todd to dream of following in his father’s footsteps to play major league baseball. His dream came to life in the form of a goal where he became obsessed about seeing his dream come to fruition.

Playing in the big leagues was a massive goal. The percentages were highly against him ever making it. He never gave into the percentages; he knew it was possible and if it was possible then he knew he could make it. Todd became a major leaguer at the age of 22 in 1988 with the Toronto Blue Jays. But failure was a huge part of his success. Todd learned some incredible lessons in his journey playing major league baseball. He had some of the greatest coaches and mentors along the way. He played with some of the most gifted athletes in the world and he had a front row seat to their goals, mindsets, training, failures and successes. He learned something from each one of them that helped shape his career and life.

After baseball Todd dabbled heavily in the business world. He worked for a Wall Street firm for almost 5 years before launching his own investment fund. Once again, he was surrounded by incredible business talent. Today Todd is building a global marketing business with some of the brightest entrepreneurs he has ever been around and keynotes around the country sharing his stories and business lessons.

In life, baseball, and business Todd has had both failures and brilliant successes.  He will regal you with his leadership acumen so that you too can experience your personal best.

Cancellations must be made in writing by 5:00 pm on August 12. Cancellations received after that time and no-shows will not be refunded.

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