Hi, my name is Steve.
You know, we often hear of the word service nowadays, but it’s not what you expect.
Some people’s idea of service is to cut corners, provide shoddy workmanship. But one thing I have learned over the years is that there are no short-cuts to service, only better ways to provide service people can be satisfied with.
At a glance, here is a list of services I provide:
I teach leadership and the laws of success. I coach executives, professionals, businesses, congregations, and religious leaders both privately and in group settings. In the east, they say, “When the student’s ready, the teacher appears.” Well, everyone’s a student but not all leaders know it.
Not yet, anyway. When it dawns, however, they call a professional coach. Since it has likely dawned on you, visit my“Coach” page and check out what other leaders are saying about the difference my coaching has made in their personal and professional life.
There are laws of success and, when you know and follow them, you “transcend limitations,” as Patanjali put it, the ancient yogi teacher of wisdom.
“Your consciousness expands in every direction…You find yourself in a new, great, and wonderful world. Dormant forces, faculties, and talents become alive, and you discover yourself to be a greater person by far than you ever dreamed yourself to be.”
Do you know the laws of success? Would you like to learn? Call me.
I’m in a comedy act, too. Weird? I suppose. But it’s with a professional comedian, Mark Klein. He’s been in the business for four decades. He’s Jewish. I’m Christian. We call the show, “The Interfaith Comedy Hour.” It’s full of laughs but, in this increasingly global community, what could be more important than respect, unity, and peaceful coexistence?
I am frequently asked and, not surprisingly, mostly by Christians, “How can you be claim to be a Christian and embrace other religions, too?”
When Mother Teresa of Calcutta was similarly questioned, she answered, “I love ALL religions! I’m IN LOVE with my own!” I’ve adopted her response. To promote my talks on interfaith matters, I created the Unity Pendant.
To my surprise, others wanted it. Many others. To date, I’ve shipped thousands all over America, to Australia, Europe and the Middle East, the Far East, to South Africa…the list goes on and on. Want one for yourself? Go to my Interfaith Store, and get it, along with a copy of my award-winning book, The Enoch Factor: The Sacred Art of Knowing God. (WARNING! If you aren’t open-minded, or you tend to believe your way is the only way, take my advice and stay away from the book. It’ll either change you – which, like me, you probably need – or, it will further entrench you in the madness of believing you’re right and everyone else is wrong!)
Occasionally, I’m a university professor. As an adjunct in the Department of Communications at the University of Kentucky, I instruct college students in The Art of Communication. Today’s youth are brilliant and they possess a vision of this world that’s full of optimism, hope, and, just as they should be, they’re inclusive of all people. When I’m with them, they think I’m the professor. The truth is, I’m their student.
Speaking and writing are my greatest passions. I write and blog for The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Veritas, and other national and international publications. You probably know that Christianity is going through many changes and none too soon. Every denomination in America has been declining for decades, but the winds of change are blowing and, for that, I am grateful.
Whether a company meeting, sales or secular setting, or a spiritual gathering in a church, temple, or synagogue, I love to talk about leadership, the laws of success in life, the way to nurture and care for your sacred self, and just how the choices you make today will shape the legacy you leave tomorrow.
I’ll speak almost any time and almost anywhere. Call or Email me NOW!