Top 80 Peak Performance Speakers

  • By Aaron Peterson
  •  Sep 19, 2023

Peak performance is defined as “being able to perform at your highest mental, physical, or both mental and physical level. It’s the goal that most people aspire to - being their very best. Peak performance doesn’t have to be a competition with others, though you might challenge yourself that way. It’s about doing all you want to achieve in your career, personal life, and social life.

Finding the right path to achieving your goals isn’t easy for everyone. Our top 80 peak performance speakers are perfect for businesses, support groups, academics, organizations, and other gatherings of people who want to improve their focus, establish a positive, empowering workspace, develop a winning mindset that can power through obstacles, find ways to manage stress and self-doubt, and improve leadership skills. Any of these peak performance experts can help your team, organization, or employees achieve their goals.

1. Suneel Gupta

Using his experience founding a work and life wellness company, Suneel Gupta’s main question is a good one for any peak performance talk. “How can an organization excel on the outside if its people are exhausted on the inside?” Suneel excels in helping his audience understand stress to establish better methods for work and life that help you avoid burnout and increase the energy you have to put into your life and work.

2. John Foley

John Foley is one of our most demanded peak performance speakers, and he’s talked to organizations like Bank of America, Google, Hilton, professional sports teams, Wells Fargo, and so many others. His peak performance expertise comes from his career as a lead solo pilot with the Blue Angels, a demanding role where mistakes could be deadly. Teamwork, trust, and leadership are his strongest talking points.

3. Nicole Malachowski

Nicole Malachowski was the first female pilot on the Thunderbirds Air Demonstration Squad, a role that requires a level of precision that most people dread. She’s an inspiring speaker on topics like embracing failure and risk to achieve greatness and to fight the odds to prevail. Her keynote “Pushing the Envelope – Being the Best When It Counts” is one of her most popular.

4. Ben Newman

Ben Newman is one of the most popular performance coaches in the nation. He’s worked with players in college-level and professional sports, including his role as Performance Coach for Michigan State University’s basketball and football programs. He’s also been a mental conditioning coach for the Alabama Crimson Tide and a performance coach for Kansas State football.

5. James Lawrence

He’s known as the “Iron Cowboy” for completing 101 consecutive Ironman-length triathlons, topping his goal of “Conquering 100.” James Lawrence penned “Iron Cowboy: Redefine Impossible” to share his experience with the training and mindset needed in these extreme endurance competitions and achieving what seems impossible.

6. Jim Kwik

Jim Kwik is a brain coach and memory improvement specialist who wrote the bestseller “Limitless: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life.” He helps people and organizations become more productive and achieve their business and life goals by using his three M’s – Methods, Mindset, and Motivation.

7. Connor Fields

Connor Fields is an Olympian, so he knows a lot about peak performance. He has to believe in himself and push through obstacles to win Olympic Gold. He specializes in motivation, practical strategizing, and developing the right mindset to hit goals and remain invigorated to achieve greatness.

8. JP Pawliw-Fry

Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry is a peak performance expert and co-author of the bestselling “Performing Under Pressure: The Science of Doing Your Best When It Matters Most.” He inspires his audience to use mental and physical pressure to their advantage, change the emotions and behaviors that keep you from succeeding, and develop strong leadership skills. He’s spent over 20 years helping others become leaders, even in high-pressure situations.

9. Tim Grover

Tim Grover is a bestselling author, in-demand speaker, and popular performance coach. He’s especially knowledgeable in sports performance, which makes sense as he’s the CEO of ATTACK Athletics. He’s helped some of the world’s biggest athletes, including Michael Jordan and Dwayne Wade.

10. Natalie Johnson

For more than 30 years, Natalie Johnson has worked with employers around the world to develop strong teams and leadership by helping management and employees determine what’s most important to them and how to align their behaviors to achieve those goals. She’s a performance coach and co-founder of ViDL Work, a peak performance consultancy, and is a certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator.

11. Mark Schulman

Despite having played with the Los Angeles Philharmonic as a teen, Mark Schulman knows a bit about stage fright. He’s the author of “Conquering Life’s Stage Fright,” a guide on harnessing fear and self-doubt and using it to become confident, clear, and capable. He should know, he’s played on stage with huge names like P!NK, Cher, Stevie Nicks, Velvet Revolver, Simple Minds, and so many other musicians and bands. He’s also a noted peak performance speaker with more than 2,000 keynotes under his belt for organizations and companies like Aveda, DELL, IBM, Microsoft, the NCAA, and others.

12. Drew Hanlen

Drew Hanlen is an NBA Strategic Skills and Performance Coach. He’s also the CEO of the training firm Pure Sweat Basketball. Through the years, he’s trained many NBA stars including Bradley Beal and Zach LaVine. He’s a firm believer in the three P’s of success: Personal Development, Player Development, and Professional Development.

13. Stephen Drum

For close to 30 years, Stephen Drum has helped build and lead high-performing teams, much of this during his time as a Master Chief with the Navy SEAL. He’s the author of “Life on the X: A Navy SEAL’s Guide to Meeting Any Challenge With Courage, Confidence, and Readiness.” Ask him about “Life on the X” as the topic of his keynote or workshop.

14. Shawn Achor

Shawn Achor excels in reaching potential and improving happiness through connections with others. He’s the author of the bestselling “The Happiness Advantage,” which was also the topic of his TED talk that has more than 25 million views. Have him share his peak performance insights with your organization or company, just as he has with dozens of Fortune 100 companies, NASA, the NFL, and the Pentagon.

15. Angie Witkowski

Angie Witkowski is the bestselling author of “Bet On You,” and it’s that book that’s the focus of one of her popular keynotes “Why Not Me? Take Meaningful Risks in Your Life.” She shares more than 20 years of experience tapping into Clarity, Confidence, and Courage, key aspects to use when you take risks and achieve your dreams.

16. Percy “Master P” Miller

Master P is the founder of No Limit Records, one of the biggest music companies in the world, working with names like Snoop Dogg, The Gambino Family, and Lil’ Romeo among others. He’s a firm believer that success comes when you keep trying new things.

17. Steve Gutzler

Steve Gutzler is the President of a leadership development company in Seattle, Leadership Quest. He’s an expert on high-performance teams, leadership skills, and emotional intelligence, and uses those strengths to help others reach peak performance.

18. Anthony Bourke

He’s flown tactical missions around the world, accumulating more than 2,700 hours, including time flying an F16 over NYC after September 11th. He’s been in high-stress situations and keeps his cool, important skills he shares in his talks and keynotes, and his work as the President and CEO of Afterburner, a global training company.

19. Tiffany Michelle

Talk about peak performance! Tiffany Michelle’s 17 th place finish in a World Series of Poker Main Event also saw her as the Last Woman Standing and becoming the record holder for “The Largest Field Conquered by a Woman in Live Poker.” That competition was just the start. She’s continued to perform at her peak on “The Amazing Race,” “Worst Cooks in America,” and the “World Series of Blackjack.”

20. Dean Stott

Peak performance expertise was something Dean Stott started to build after making it into the British Special Forces, and since leaving the military in 2011, he’s never stopped his quest for excellence. Known as a real-life James Bond, he’s a firm believer that “impossible” only means “it hasn’t been done yet.”

21. Jen Buck

Jen Buck is a master in helping people recognize their dreams by finding a way to align those dreams with the mindset to reach them. She’s a Certified Professional Coach who’s helped executives at Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Walmart, military generals, and even an Emmy-nominated actor.

22. Christine Hassler

She’s the author of “Expectation Hangover: Overcoming Disappointment in Work, Love, and Life.” Christine Hassler makes it clear that to achieve success in your personal and professional life, you will face disappointment, but it’s how you handle it that matters. She also taps into her skills as the co-founder of Elementum Coaching Institute, a training and certification coaching program.

23. Dr. Kien Vuu

As an infant, Dr. Kien Vuu was the only surviving refugee on a boat leaving Vietnam. He grew up and beat two chronic diseases to become a surgeon. He’s now a peak performance expert in the fields of health and human optimization. He’s the author of “Thrive State: Your Blueprint for Optimal Health, Longevity, and Peak Performance.”

24. Brian Bogert

What brought Brian Bogert into a life where peak performance was so vital? At the age of 7, he was run over by a truck, leaving his arm severed. It took more than two dozen surgeries and years of rehabilitation to overcome the physical and mental hurdles he faced. He’s a firm believer that to enact change, you must first figure out who you are and then start figuring out how to do what you need before you become the best version of you.

25. Michele Rigby Assad

Michele Rigby Assad was an undercover CIA agent with a firm understanding that to realize what matters most, you have to face your fear. She was an undercover agent in some of the world’s most dangerous areas for women, and she shares her experiences in the book “Breaking Cover.” Book her for a talk on “The Life-Altering Power of Grit” and the effect of subconscious bias on your strengths and self-worth.

26. Mike Acker

What is one of the biggest takeaways you’ll hear from Mike Acker? “Almost every problem in your life and business starts as a failure to communicate.” Peak performance starts with being able to speak up, something he shares in his book “Speak With No Fear.” He followed it up with “Connect Through Emotional Intelligence.” These are insights he can share with his audience as he helps show you how to communicate and connect to achieve everything you desire.

27. Alex Banayan

The Third Door™ is Alex Banayan’s framework for persevering and personal and professional growth. He’s shared that framework with Apple, Google, IBM, MasterCard, Salesforce, and many others. Your organization could be next to learn about defining and discovering success.

28. Susan Ershler

She’s climbed the highest mountain on all seven continents, and that feat took a lot of mental and physical strength. Susan Ershler shares how she achieves her goals and reaches peak performance using the lessons she’s learned from climbing the Seven Summits. Learn more about her Project – Prepare – Persevere methodology.

29. Amanda Gore

Amanda Gore is a communications and peak performance specialist who many refer to as a “people whisperer.” She’s happy to meet in person or through virtual presentations that help people understand how to become engaged and enthusiastic to enact change and better themselves or their businesses.

30. Greg Wooldridge

He’s known for being the only commanding officer to lead the Blue Angels on three separate tours, all because of his impressive team-building skills. He uses that experience and leadership expertise to help individuals and teams reach peak performance. Book him for topics like “Being the Tip of the Spear” or “Extreme Focus & Precision.”

31. Nikka Copeland

Nikka Copeland helped with the transformation of World Fuel Services. She used her personal skills and expertise in finance and business operations to drive the growth the Fortune 500 company needed. Using those same principles, she helps people perform better than they ever expected. She focuses on people being the most important part of growth and that without happy workers and stakeholders, growth and peak performance cannot happen. Have her speak to your audience about “Building Inclusive Environments Where Individuals Grow Authentically and Work Collaboratively to Achieve Optimized Results.”

32. Ben Morton

Ben Morton’s experience as a British Army captain put him in the role of leading others into life-and-death situations, and that taught him a lot about responsibility. He’s learned that leadership isn’t about tools or tricks, it’s about emotions, logic, and compassion. Ben is skilled at reading people and establishing a positive workspace to ensure peak performance, plus, he knows that people are not one-size-fits-all and need unique approaches to become their best selves.

33. Ryan Harris

Ryan Harris is a color commentator for Notre Dame football and a former NFL offensive tackle. As an NFL player, teamwork was essential, and to be the best player for the team, skills aimed at peak performance were needed. He knows that success comes from yourself and those supporting you.

34. Chester Elton

Here’s a peak performance speaker backed by years of research where he studied over one million adult workers. Chester Elton’s done this to find the traits high-performing teams and workplace cultures have in common. Using his research he helps employees strategize their visions, values, and organizational structure in order to succeed in their careers and lives.

35. Don Yaeger

Don Yaeger is a longtime Sports Illustrated associate editor and host of the Corporate Competitor Podcast. He has the perfect platform to talk about the personal stories today’s biggest successors share on “What Makes Great Ones Great.” That’s one of his popular speaking topics. He follows that with “What Makes the Great Teams Great'' and “Becoming a Team of Great Teammates,” which are great choices for any organization.

36. Ron Jaworski

Ron Jaworski will tell you that whether you’re playing sports or building a strong team for your business, “the best defense is a good offense.” If you’re not protecting your team, you’re not going to succeed. The 17-year NFL quarterback retired and owns a business relationship firm and travels the country sharing lessons on teamwork and strong leadership strategies to help your company perform at its best.

37. Jack Becker

Jack Becker is one of our top keynote speakers, and he’s given speeches around the world to organizations and companies like the American Heart Association, General Electric, and SunTrust Bank. His goal in all talks and keynotes is to focus on human error and how to reduce it to boost peak performance. How did he gain his expertise? He was a F/A-18 Hornet pilot flying in combat missions, a job that requires precision.

38. Kurt MacDonald

Kurt MacDonald has a graduate degree in Behavioral Neuroscience and specializes in the physiological and psychological processes that play a part in how you perceive information and manage stress. That gives him incredible insight into the effects of the mind on attention, memory, and persuasive skills that are needed for peak performance.

39. Loree Draude

She was one of the U.S. Navy’s first female combat jet fighters and accumulated more than 300 carrier landings. Following retirement from the Navy, Loree Draude attended Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and received her MBA. For the past 20 years, she’s used her MBA to lead startups and tech companies as they build strong teams and leaders.

40. John Naber

He’s a five-time Olympic medalist who has broken six world records. John Naber is the author of several books on peak performance, including “The Power of Character.” He’s available for keynotes and talks and has spoken to more than 1,000 audiences over 40 years. His keynotes on “Gold Medal Performance” and “Pursuing Victory With Honor” are especially popular.

41. Mike Modano

Mike Modano is a Stanley Cup winner and all-time goal-scoring and points leader among US-born players in the NHL. His dedication to his team, the sport, and himself shaped his performance. He understands what it takes to be your best while supporting others who are also achieving peak performance.

42. Raymont Harris

Raymont Harris is an expert in elite mindset and performance training, and he shares his expertise as a coach, professional speaker, and consultant. His career in the NFL required peak performance and after retirement, he’s worked with players, staff, and coaches.

43. Rudy Reyes

Watch Beyond Presents: Portrait of a Survivor: Rudy Reyes to get a full picture of all he’s accomplished by focusing on his peak performance. Rudy Reyes is a Marine Recon combat veteran who trained rangers in Africa to fight poachers and established a non-profit that matches special force divers to ocean conservation programs. In addition to keynotes and custom experiences, he’s available for corporate outings on a rifle range.

44. Christopher Johnson

He’s the author of “How to Improve at Fitness and Beat the Competition. As a performance enhancement coach, Dr. Christopher Johnson taps into the traits he honed to go from being an anxious kid to a firefighter, skydiver, rock climber, and shark diver. He’s mastered how to live with purpose and shares it with people from all walks of life.

45. Ross Bernstein

Ross Bernstein won awards as a peak performance speaker, and he’s given these keynotes on all seven continents to crowds as large as 10,000. He created “The Champion’s Code Building Relationships Through Life Lessons of Integrity and Accountability From the Sports World to the Business World.” It’s the result of close to 25 years of research and analyzing the traits of championship teams and players.

46. Jovan Glasgow

Jovan Glasgow is the founder of the mental wellness company TEOS International, Inc. As a high-performance coach, he’s assisted players on the Green Bay Packers and several companies ranging from Aspen Dental to T-Mobile. He believes “You were made on purpose, for a purpose,” and shares his PX3LIVING framework to help align your personal and professional selves to boost productivity and overcome feeling overwhelmed along the way.

47. Dr. Rob Bell

Mental fortitude is Dr. Rob Bell’s specialty, and it’s a topic he’s covered in eight books including “I Can’t Wait to Be Patient” and in his podcast “Mental Toughness.” He’s helped three PGA Tour winners achieve their dreams, as well as an Olympic silver medalist, players at Notre Dame, and an Indy 500 champion. On a personal note, he also brings his personal experience as an Ironman competitor and many ultra marathons into his peak performance talks.

48. Wendy Borlabi

Dr. Wendy Borlabi is both the high-performance coach for the Chicago Bulls and the founder of Borlabi Consulting, where she’s a performance psychology expert. She’s available for keynotes, special appearances, and customized sessions.

49. Michael Sonbert

Anxiety can make it very difficult to seek a better you. Michael Sonbert began having unexplained, debilitating anxiety attacks at a young age, and those panic attacks made him feel trapped within himself. He turned to drugs to help him escape the panic. He broke the cycle of fear and became committed to changing himself to make an impact. Michael shares his story around the world to help others learn how to transform themselves into the best they can be.

50. Matt Lindley

Matt Lindley specializes in the Human Performance Factors – all things he learned in the UK Royal Air Force. He had to learn to speak up, overcome hierarchies that could otherwise create limits, and establish the best possible outcome. He shares what he’s learned in his military career to address the potential for human error in the workplace and how to push past it for success.

51. Paul Assaiante

He’s known as the “Winningest Coach in College Sports History” after winning 17 NCAA Championship titles at Trinity College. How has he helped his teams achieve greatness? Paul Assaiante helps his team become efficient and challenge themselves both in their professional sports and personal life. He believes in a “Spider Web” framework where everyone is connected and has to work together to lift each other.

52. Lee Rubin

Establishing strong leadership and a positive culture are aspects that Lee Rubin believes are essential to peak performance. If you’re stuck in an unfriendly, unhelpful workplace, you won’t want to succeed. A strong core is key, and Lee has 20 years of building high-performance college and professional sports teams to back it up.

53. Jon Colby

What are your professional or personal goals? Jon Colby has more than 24 years helping people from all parts of the world be better leaders, managers, salespeople, athletes, communicators… You name it and he can help you achieve your goals using the humorous approach he learned at Second City Conservatory.

54. Hunter Pence

After retiring from the MLB, Hunter Pence didn’t let that slow him down. He’s dabbled in e-sports, philanthropy, broadcasting, and speaking on peak performance. He’ll help you explore the power of a positive, can-do mindset and how to use your brain to maximize your professional and personal performance.

55. Ford Dyke, Ph.D.

Dr. Ford Dyke is an associate professor teaching courses on Pillars of Performance & Health and Motor Learning & Performance. He’s also the Director of Mindfulnesss@Auburn where he shares the lessons he’s mastered on Team USA. Arrange to have him share more about mindfulness and perfor{Hu}mance, his program on The Human Experience.

56. Jennifer Burdis

When it comes to peak performance, Jennifer Burdis knows a lot as she’s been a competitor on American Ninja Warrior twice. She’s an NSCA Certified Personal Trainer and author of “EduNinja Mindset.” Learn more about the 11 habits to tap into to improve your mind and body to achieve your goals.

57. Brandon Guyer

After 13 years playing professional baseball, Brandon Guyer has a lot of insight to share about improving yourself mentally and physically in order to have the right foundation for success. Listen to him talk about how a strong mindset that enables you to show up is the best way to achieve all you want in life.

58. Daniel Gartenberg

Peak performance for many professional speakers focuses on having the right mindset or physical shape. Dr. Daniel Gartenberg goes one step further. He believes sleep is essential for personal and professional performance. He’s studied sleep improvement techniques for a decade and has sleep and wellness coaching techniques that help you achieve all you set out to do.

59. Sean O’Brien

Sean O’Brien’s professional career focuses on the healthcare industry, but he’s used the things he’s learned to become a highly sought-after peak performance speaker. He established the Peak Performance Playbook, a framework that focuses equally on your performance, being accountable, and never being afraid to embrace change to grow.

60. Danny Crates

“Life is never a simple journey.” Those are words Danny Crates lives by, and he knows that resiliency is an important part of peak performance. He’s gained this insight after a dozen years in sports, an accident that led to him losing his arm. Through his company 1404 Performance, he advises athletes and businesses on how to achieve professional success, sales targets, or other business goals.

61. Elisabeth Galperin

As a productivity coach, Elisabeth Galperin is an expert at guiding you to heighten your performance in order to reach your full potential. Skillsets she learned as a perfectionist include learning how to manage and overcome self-doubt and feelings that you’re overwhelmed. Those are keys to being in control of your destiny.

62. Jordan Montgomery

Jordan Montgomery is a renowned performance coach with a wealth of experience coaching business executives, sales professionals, and entrepreneurs. He’s just as comfortable speaking to professional sports teams as he is to Fortune 500 executives. All of his coaching plans are customized to the group or individual to help them see the steps it takes to achieve their potential and continue to improve.

63. Paddy Steinfort

He’s a senior performance coach for the Boston Red Sox and a U.S. Army Human Performance advisor. These are roles he’s held since 2019, using his degree in Applied Positive Psychology to help share the lessons people need to hear and embrace to better themselves.

64. Dre Baldwin

Work On Your Game, Inc. is Dre Baldwin’s firm that helps professionals develop their confidence, mental strength, and initiative. These principles have been the focus of four TEDx Talks, with those videos and other content getting more than 100 million views. Ask him about the Work On Your Game framework that focuses on developing the right mindset, strategizing the best changes to make, holding yourself accountable, and executing your changes to achieve success.

65. Robert Owens

Robert Owens is known as being “The Fittest and Mentally Toughest 66-Year-Old in the World.” He’s a former USAF Special Ops Pararescue professional and one of the original Ironman Triathletes. Ask Robert about keynotes and engagements that focus on his 20x Principle, which is that “there is 20x more potential in you than you’ve ever allowed someone to bring out of you.”

66. Mike Lee

Mike Lee helps people establish workplace cultures that help the talent feel part of something great. He’s a specialist in focusing on the future and using emotional skills to engage and thrive. His interactive peak performance presentations have gotten high praise from companies like Cisco, IBM, and Morgan Stanley.

67. Marques Colston

Marques Colston Enterprises is a professional development services firm. As the founder, Marques helps individuals and organizations tap into their strengths and creativity to achieve success and the growth they desire. Have him talk to your organization about his Creating Separation methodology.

68. Kevin Kirk

Kevin Kirk analyzes golf statistics to help his golf students make the best decisions when playing. He’s the 2019 PGA Teacher of the Year, and it’s his experiences teaching and making players the very best they can be that make him a popular peak performance speaker. He’s available for appearances, keynotes, and custom experiences, but he’s also available for one-on-one golf lessons for players who want to achieve greatness.

69. Ronald Frost

Ronald Frost is a certified life coach and founder of Positive Momentum Coaching who helps people find the steps it takes to progress towards their dreams and keep moving towards them. He’s the creator of the “Getting UnStuck” framework that includes nine steps to being happier, more fulfilled, and prosperous.

70. Thom Singer

Thom Singer went from a career in sales and marketing to one as a growth leadership speaker who helps advise executives. He’s also a Certified Speaking Professional who’s spoken to almost 1,000 audiences and what it takes to fill the gap between seeing your potential and achieving success.

71. Matt Doherty

If you require a peak performance speaker specializing in team building and leadership skills for success, you’ve found the best option. He’s a long-time basketball player and UNC coach. “Get Better Today” is Matt Doherty’s business coaching program, but he’s also available for keynote speeches and custom experiences that help audiences “Learn and Grow.”

72. Nate Boyer

Nate Boyer went from being an active-duty Green Beret to the #1 long snapper for the Texas Longhorns. For Nate, “Anything Is Possible,” and he’s happy to talk to audiences about following your passion and living with purpose.

73. Derek Parra

He’s a two-time Olympian who knows a lot about grit and determination. As a peak performance speaker, Derek Parra can tap into his insights with training and competing in speed skating, a sport where he won Gold and Silver in the 2002 Olympics.

74. Rob Fazio

Dr. Rob Fazio advises businesses and organizations to use research, motivation, anxiety reduction, and honest conversations to achieve success. Peak performance has been an area of specialty for more than two decades, including through his work at Onpoint Advising, a global growth leadership firm. Book him specifically for executive development and sports psychology.

75. Aaron Jarrels

Lifestyle changes are Aaron Jarrels' forte. He’s a licensed therapist and social psychology instructor who believes we all have a natural sense of well-being but overthinking gets in the way. He helps people get the clarity they need to reach their goals.

76. CB Bowman-Ottomanelli

CB Bowman-Ottomanelli is the Micro Courage™ expert and someone you need to help grow your team’s confidence. Through her talks and programs, she’ll show you how to embrace failure, challenge the norm to grow, and use creativity and teamwork to become a success. She’s one of Thinkers 50’s choices for coaching and mentoring.

77. Bob Roitblat

For more than 30 years, Bob Roitblat has helped businesses remain focused and innovative through each step of the typical company life cycle – Idea, Origins, Growth, Maturity, Decline, and Death. Instead of giving up, he teaches you how to focus on goals, build competitive skills, and make wise decisions that give you the power to achieve your dreams.

78. Vito Galati

As a peak performance speaker, Vito Galati’s expertise comes from the casino and gaming industry, specifically in slot machine sales. In this role, he’s developed extreme leadership skills and coaching experience. Book him to share his message on how there’s always going to be an “admission price to pay if you want to upgrade your life and performance.”

79. Tommy Breedlove

“Legendary” is Tommy Breedlove’s bestselling book that takes a closer look at how he left the corporate world in hopes of finding and pursuing his true purpose in life. He’s learned the tools it takes to achieve financial freedom, tap into personal skills, and live a balanced, empowered life.

80. Dr. Rick Perea Ph.D

He’s a World Champion Performance Psychologist to the Denver Broncos, San Francisco 49ers, Phoenix Suns, New York Yankees, and so many others. Dr. Rick Perea is also the founder of ThinkOne: The Behavior Design Specialists & Brain Spa. He’s one of our top choices for Performance Psychology speakers.

From sports to personal development, our top 80 peak performance speakers provide the guidance your team, organization, or group needs. Visit Engage to learn more about availability and ask any of your top contenders about custom events.