Olympic Gold Medalist and Performance Coach Joe Jacobi personally guides you along a path that improves performance at work, play, and in life. Joe created this framework to move himself through his low points in his health during his stint as CEO of an Olympic sport organization and uses every aspect of the program today to guide his pursuits in business, health, adventure, and relationships.
This program, which Joe uses in his work with his corporate and personal coaching clients, consists of 5 modules with 5 lessons in each module.
The course presents ideas, concepts, and specific exercises of self investment that you implement each day for 5 weeks.
The Pre Sale price is only available for a limited time. The 5 With Joe online course will go live in early Spring, 2016,
Areas of Focus
- Build a culture of excellence - inside and out
- Improve physical health
- Increase self-awareness
- Facilitate creativity
- Be more grateful
- Grow stronger relationships
As America’s first ever Olympic Gold Medalist in Whitewater Canoe Slalom, Joe promotes strategies and shares stories for living and performing at your best, doing the work that matters, and engaging with purpose.
His platforms include performance coaching and consulting, professional speaking, television broadcasting, and writing.
Frequently Asked Questions
"Thank you so much for sharing your insights and wisdom with the world, Joe. I think there’s a hunger for the kind of perspective you bring and I’m certain what you have to say deeply resonates with others. Keep up the GREAT and revealing work, Joe. It’s nothing less than inspiring!" - Senior Leader, United States Olympic Committee
"Your Sunday posts hit me right in the gut. Each time I recover, I print out your message and underline phrases that I want to remember. I'm at a point where I need to remodel my life and goals. Your Sunday Morning Joe helps me to see that, at every age, people come to a crossroads and are open to input. Your path is crossing mine at exactly the right time. Thanks Coach." - Sunday Morning Joe Reader