Joseph McClendon lll is one of the most sought after Ultimate Performance Specialists in the industry. His unique brand of “Tell, Show, Do” teaching and coaching creates rapid personal change that effectively moves people to take more consistent action and go “Further Faster” with their personal and business achievements.
He holds a doctorate in neuro psychology and several certifications in the neuro sciences arena. Joseph taught at the university of Southern California for seven years and is frequently called upon to lecture at other higher learning institutions like Harvard University and several Fortune 500 hundred companies.
Having performed hundreds of workshops, coaching sessions, seminars and training programs, one on one therapeutic interventions and has presented to well over 3 million people around the globe. His remarkable ability to go straight to the core of the challenge and effect rapid change makes him a unique commodity in Business, personal and health and wellness and personal improvement.
In 1986, Joseph met and teamed up with best-selling author and speaker Anthony Robbins. After mastering the technology, he became extremely proficient in assisting people in overcoming the fears, phobias and emotional challenges that hindered their lives.
Mr. McClendon has authored Several best selling books including two with world famous Anthony Robbins and ha shared the stage with him for two decades.
He has also authored several other books as well as a line of human change technology products and services.
He is a philanthropist who’s most recent project is developing a program with Forest Whitaker and the United Nations to bring a psychology shift in the child soldiers and forgotten battle babies of war torn countries around the world.
Joseph McClendon is frequently called upon to provide corporate training, keynote addresses, workshops, and seminars for many fortune 500 companies in the United States as well as across Europe and Australia.
He is an expert in coaching sales business professionals in overcoming the behaviors and inner and outer obstacles, that may impede their results and effect their bottom line.
Joseph McClendon provides them with the influence skills and tools that give the professional the competitive advantage necessary to prosper in the market place of the new millennium.