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About Joseph McClendon III

About Joseph McClendon III

Tony Robbins No.1 Performance Coach

Following a successful career with CBS records, Joseph McClendon III founded the Succelleration Research Group a leading consulting company that conducts Peak Performance coaching, workshops and seminars for business professionals around the world.

Joseph McClendon has also been serving as an instructor at UCLA for past seven semesters. He teaches Human Re-engineering, Leadership, Advanced communication and Human influence courses for the Engineering and Management extension program of the university.

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. After working as a trainer and then master trainer, Joseph now serves as Head trainer and instructor at Robbins acclaimed “Mastery University”, attended by business entrepreneurs, CEO‟s and people seeking a greater quality of life from 46 different nations.

The University hosts a faculty that includes leaders such as General Norman Schwarzkof, Financial genius Peter Lynch, and marketing master Jay Abraham.

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 sales 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.

He also co-authored with Anthony Robbins the best-selling books “Power Thoughts” and “Unlimited Power-a Black Choice”.

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