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Business

For team leaders, department heads, entrepreneurs, and successful executives ready to take the next step – in a big way.

Business

For team leaders, department heads, entrepreneurs, and successful executives ready to take the next step – in a big way.

Sports

For amateur or professional athletes, coaches, and teams who want to play a bigger game on and off the field.

Entertainment

For performers, managers, agents, and record label or studio executives who want to get – and stay – on top.

Sports

For amateur or professional athletes, coaches, and teams who want to play a bigger game on and off the field.

Entertainment

For performers, managers, agents, and record label or studio executives who want to get – and stay – on top.

Your productivity, leadership, and performance will only go as high as your health and happiness. Deviate inspires and activates peak performance by transforming bold leaders and elite teams in business, sports, and entertainment. Like what you’re hearing? Select the link above that best describes you to learn more about how Deviate can make a difference for you and your organizations.

Your productivity, leadership, and performance will only go as high as your health and happiness. Deviate inspires and activates peak performance by transforming bold leaders and elite teams in business, sports, and entertainment. Like what you’re hearing? Select the link above that best describes you to learn more about how Deviate can make a difference for you and your organizations.

Meet Our Team
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  • luck, success, failure, commitment

    Luck, truth, and consequences

    When we cut through the BS and eliminate excuses, we find something special.

    The truth.

    Success and failure are not accidents. We earn our successes, and we rightfully earn our failures.

    Many of us believe "luck" has some role in success or failure. If you do, I have news for you—luck isn’t real.

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  • Should you treat your employees like children? Yes—but not like you might think.

    In my most recent coaching session with a c-suite executive, he wanted to focus on his staff. After some probing I realized we had a significant opportunity on our hands to focus on his leadership (not his staff).

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