Are you looking for someone to help you ignite world class performance?

Brad Barton, CSP, does the trick.

For two decades, he has refocused great enterprises to world class performance. Amped-up clients include Panasonic, Kimberly-Clark, State Farm, Subway, Mayo Clinic, MassMutual, NASA and even the IRS.

National Speakers Association leader, executive coach, and performance enhancement expert, Brad is the author of the best-selling Beyond Illusions. This NCAA All-American athlete recently set Masters Track & Field world and American records for the Mile Run, 1500m, 3000m and Steeplechase.

Invite Brad to design for you a fun, transformative professional development experience. Fresh perception, practical tools, compelling stories, equip your team to see Beyond Illusions and ignites world class performance!

How does this world-record-breaking athlete, executive coach and professional speaker help your team do something that’s never been done?

He enhances your focus on your race, not on someone else’s butt.

That’s how Brad Barton helps you ignite a world-class performance culture.

This NCAA All-American athlete recently set Masters Track & Field world and American records for the 1500m, 3000m, Steeplechase and Mile Run (he is the oldest sub 4:20 miler in history).

Brad is a performance enhancement expert. For two decades, he has refocused great enterprises  on the process of getting better and achieving record-breaking world-class excellence.

Invite him to present to your team and create a culture of determination, resilience, energy, focus, integrity.
As you partner with this executive coach, whose own performance was transformed by master coaches, you ignite world-class performance!

Call him on his personal mobile # 801-791-9017

Here are some of his extraordinary clients who are strategizing leadership, accelerating productivity, boosting sales, – getting better and doing things that have never been done.

List Of Happy Clients
Let’s create a culture of:
Mutual support…
…and BE world-class
Your team always remembers the Why of what you do — YOUR why, YOUR what, YOUR how — not your competitor’s