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Mental Toughness University is a division of Gove-Siebold Group, Inc.

Gove-Siebold Group, Inc trains, coaches, and consults individuals and organizations in professional performance skills. Clients include Toyota, Johnson & Johnson, Volvo, Coldwell Banker, Phillip Morris, and Miller Brewing. Gove-Siebold Group was founded by Bill Gove and Steve Siebold, both professional speakers and world-renowned performance consultants. Gove-Siebold Group’s National Board of Advisors boasts 15 of the most successful people in the personal/professional development industry.

This National Board of Advisors helps to guide and steer company policy and direction.

Dr. Tony Alessandra
Ty Boyd
Jim Cathcart
Patricia Fripp
Randy Gage
Mark Victor Hansen
Don Hutson
Bob Proctor
Nido Qubein
Brian Tracy
Dr. Jim Tunney
Larry Wilson
Dave Yoho, Sr.
Bill Brooks

Steve Siebold, CSP, is a former professional tennis player and national coach. He’s the author of 177 Mental Toughness Secrets of the World Class, and a recognized expert in the field of Mental Toughness/Peak Performance Training. Siebold’s Mental Toughness clientele includes world-class athletes, Fortune 500 Companies, and entrepreneurs. Siebold and partners have built two companies from the ground up into national concerns.

Siebold’s articles appear regularly in various publications throughout the U.S. His column appears monthly in Networking Times, an international industry trade magazine.

Bill Gove, 1912-2001, served as a corporate executive with Beechnut Manufacturing throughout the 1930s, and later joined the 3M Corporation in the 1940s. In 1954, the Sales and Marketing Executives of America named Bill Gove America’s # 1 salesman. Mr. Gove’s extraordinary success created a strong demand for him as a speaker at corporate meetings and conventions around the world. Throughout the remainder of the 1950s, 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s, Bill Gove delivered over 5,000 paid speeches and traveled the equivalent of 22 times around the world. Mr. Gove spoke in places such as Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, The Shrine Auditorium, Chicago’s International Amphitheatre, Royal Albert Hall in London, and many others. In 1972 Bill Gove was elected first president of the National Speakers Association, where he served two successful terms. In 1976, Mr. Gove was inducted into the International Speakers Hall of Fame, and in 1980, he received the Oscar of public speaking, The prestigious Cavett Award. In 1991, Toastmasters International honored him with the Golden Gavel Award. Past recipients include Walter Cronkite, Dr. Joyce Brothers, and Deepak Chopra.

Bill Gove influenced, taught, or mentored most of today’s most successful presenters, and his influence can be felt throughout the industry. Due to his platform prowess and willingness to guide the leaders in the industry during the early years, Bill Gove was known around the world as the father of professional speaking. On December 9, 2001, Mr. Gove died of heart failure at age 89. His last speech was delivered in Sanibel, Florida on September 25, 2001.

 

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