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“Let me tell you what winning means . . . you’re willing to go longer, work harder, give more than anyone else.”

—Vince Lombardi, American Football


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Stephen’s mission is to inspire others who have encountered setbacks and unexpected turns of fortune. Each of us has a reservoir of strength that we do not acknowledge until we need it. Stephen’s experience is inspiring and reassuring. 

Stephen’s area of expertise includes:

• Overcoming Obstacles

• Step-by-Step Long Term Strategies

• Proven Approach for Elevated Performance

• Habits for Success 

• Facing Challenges

• Embracing Change 

• Discipline 

• Starting All Over Again


Professional Development:

• Strategies to Achieve Defined Objectives

• How to be Extraordinary in Athletics, Business, and Life

• Visualization: Beginning With The End In Mind

• How To Build A Team 

• How To Lead A Team

Contact Stephen to arrange to have him speak to your service club, athletic banquet, student assembly, or sales meeting. 

Praise for Stephen

“District 26 Toastmasters has events throughout the year the require Keynote speakers. One of these events is our Toastmasters Leadership Institute (TLI). This event provides training for Toastmasters club officers. Our district wanted a Keynote speaker whose message would speak to the needs of our members.

As with any speaker whom one does not know, the district is always apprehensive. Will this speaker meet our needs? Will he/she be approachable? Can our members relate to the speaker? Stephen Heidenreich did not disappoint. His message not only inspired our members but it provided helpful tips that could be used in their every-day life and it challenged them to persevere and stay focused on their goals. Our members walked away with new insight on achieving tasks they previously thought might be impossible!”

Rhea Thompson, DTM, Program Quality Director 2016-2017, District 26 Toastmasters



On Wednesday November 18, 2020, Stephen Heidenreich presented to the Summit County Brain Injury Support Group about his inspirational journey recovering from a brain injury. His story came to life with vivid photos and videos and Stephen’s storytelling from his early days training to his competitions to his accomplishments before and after his injury. His message is powerful, and his strategies are useful for brain injury survivors, families and anyone who is facing difficulties. We are so grateful for Stephen to share his story to our group!

            —Melissa Volkert, OTD, OTR/L

            Facilitator of the Summit County Brain Injury Support Group

Comments after Stephen’s Talk

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By Wayne Hammond, Public Opinion

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