Two-time World Champion, Financial Consultant, Author, Speaker, and Life/Business Coach Steve Sax will share critical elements that will lead to long-lasting prosperity in your personal and professional life, giving you action steps to consistently improve your mindset.
At 21 years of age, Steve broke into the big leagues with the Los Angeles Dodgers. In 1982, he was the National League Rookie of the Year and played his first All-Star game. After receiving a significant contract raise in 1983, he inexplicably became incapable of making routine throws to first base. Committing a Major League leading 30 errors at second base, the media described it as Steve Sax Syndrome (a breakdown of basic mechanics). USA Today’s Seth Livingston wrote, “As Sax worried about his grip and his arm angle, his throwing became so bad that fans behind the first base dugout began donning batting helmets.” Steve battled his way back and in 1986 had a 25-game hitting streak, finishing the season with a .332 batting average, missing the National League batting title by just 2 points. In 1989, he became the leading second baseman in the American League. He broke the New York Yankees team record for the most singles (a record held by Willie Keeler since 1906), hitting 171 singles – a mark that still stands today. Steve played for thirteen years and is a 5X All-Star, a 2X World Series Champion (Los Angeles Dodgers), Texas Player of the Year and a Silver Slugger Award Winner.
After retirement, Steve went on to contribute commentary on ESPN and as a Major League baseball analyst for Fox Sports’ Prime Time. Currently he is an on-air baseball analyst with the MLB network on Sirius Satellite Radio. He is the author of the book Shift, a Life Coach and speaks at events across the nation and around the world. Steve will show you how to change your mindset and control your actions so you never give into doubt and are always moving closer to achieving your personal and business goals.