There are events that leave marks on people and changes forever their way of being, acting, and relating to others. Sometimes those experiences no matter how painful they are, bring out the best in people. They burn an internal flame that ignites people’s purpose, motivates them to be better every day and to have a positive impact on the lives of others.
Ben Newman is a highly regarded performance coach, international speaker, and best-selling author. Some of his clients include Fortune 500 companies worldwide, business executives, sales organizations, and professional athletes from the National Football League (NFL), the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA), the National Basketball League (NBA), the Major League Baseball (MLB), the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), and the NationalCollegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Ben also works as a mental conditioning coach for the 18-time national champion Alabama Crimson Tide football team and has worked with players from the last five Super Bowl champion teams.
For Ben, it is crucial to help his clients believe in themselves. He thinks that fear is a natural thing that can hold anyone back from moving forward on the road to success.
As a successful coach, author and speaker, Ben knows what it takes to launch a successful project or start a business. He also knows that the biggest challenge to doing this can be in your mind.
Ben understands that success is about relationships and a commitment to being your best everyday not about awards or championships. For him, success is about the relationships that have been established over the last 15 years with individuals in sports and business.
With the COVID-19 pandemic, Ben has been able to respond to challenge and adversity with the help of his team. The pandemic forced them to implement new strategies and create new ways to reach people.
This year already started in an incredible way for Ben, with three of his most important goals in the sports arena accomplished: winning a national championship with Alabama, working with multiple pro bowl players and Super Bowl champion Lavonte David with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.