Brandon Steiner is big believer in commitment and dreaming big.
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In this the final part of Coach Craig Rowe’s interview with Memoribilia Mogul Brandon Steiner our guest shares his story of the day he beat Michael Jordan.
Brandon shares the importance of visualisation and mindset when it comes to pursuing dreams and goals and encourages viewers to understand the power of the mind.
He also believes you need to ‘Make a commitment and dream big’.
The story of the day he beat Michael Jordan in 4 on 4 , at Jordan’s Fantasy camp in 2001 is a tale for the ages.
One which Steiner claims Michael Jordan still jovially denies to this day.
A successfull businessman and owner of Steiner Agency and CollectibleXchange also mentions his book ‘Living On Purpose’ which can be purchased here: https://amzn.to/3kQubsJ
0:35 Living On Purpose
2:40 Beating Michael Jordan
7:00 Dreaming and Picturalisation
9:00 Make a Commitment and Dream Big
10:00 The Failures Leading To Success
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