Dr. Joe Johnson is a former standout college athlete who understands the importance of
developing individuals and organizations in as many ways as possible. He's had the luxury to gain experiences working in and with corporate America, K-12 school settings, higher education, and with many entrepreneurs.

As a national speaker, trainer, peak performance coach, and entrepreneur leader, Dr. Johnson continues to transform the lives of individuals and organizations by shifting mindsets which translates into purposeful thinking, acting, and living.

As the author of the book "Pursue Your Purpose Not Your Dreams", Dr. Johnson is excited to continue developing individuals and organizations that are ready to move to the next level of their greatness through purposeful strategy creation and implementation. Known around the country as the man with best smile in the world, Dr. Joe Johnson is always excited to watch the growth and transition into who and where we should be!

Q:  Can you describe yourself using 3 words?

A:  Purposeful, Creative and Innovative

Q:  What led you towards your career path?

A:  What led me towards my career path was that growing up, I loved sports. Sports gave me natural high and I needed a career that gave me the same high as sports did.

Q:  What philosophy do you try to live by?

A:  The philosophy I live by is to "pursue your purpose not your dreams."

Q:  What are some of the most important things you have learned along the way throughout your years in your profession?

A:  Some of the important things I have learned along the way are to let your work speak for you but know when to open your mouth and advocate for yourself, there are a few things you should do.

 1.   Always remain open and coachable
 2.  Comfort is the cousin to mediocrity
 3.  Disrupt traditional ways of doing things

Q:  What do you feel is the most important message that you leave to the people who hear you speak?

A:  The most important message I want to leave people who hear me speak is that we must tap into the foundation of our purpose. If not, we will miss out on what is meant
for us.


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