Playing 12 years in the National Basketball Association is no small feat.
Being recognized as one of the greatest defensive centers to ever play the game is playing in the league at a whole other level.
And that’s exactly the level at which our guest, Mark Eaton, played.
Today Mark is a team building expert who shares with organizations and audiences nationwide how he went from a 7’4″ 21 year old mechanic who couldn’t play basketball, to a 12 year career as an NBA All-Star with the Utah Jazz.
He reveals the secrets that skyrocketed him to fame as the Two-Time Defensive Player of the Year, enabled him to break the NBA record for the most blocked shots in a single season and be selected to play in the 1989 All-Star Game.
Mark travels the country employing principles and coaching techniques from his 12 years playing professional basketball to teach industry leaders, teams and individuals how to outsmart, outlast and outperform their competition and achieve record-breaking success.
Listen to the lessons that Mark learned on and off the court that you can apply to your practice.
Update: In May 2021 Mark Eaton passed away in a bicycling accident at the age of 64. We offer our deepest condolences to his family and friends. Rest easy Mark.