Steve Garvey has been motivating salespeople and management to be the best they can be for over twenty five years. He has catered to Fortune 500 companies and individual entrepreneurs, with the same fantastic results.
For over 25 years, Steve Garvey has motivated men and women around the world to be the best that they can be. Steve has spoken before groups of all sizes and every area of society, from the Fortune 500 company to individual entrepreneurs and from foundations and service organizations to schools and civic organizations.
Steve has inspired thousands "to reach for the moon" and if they should fall short they would become "a star." Let him provide your group or organization with the same inspiration and motivation that has guided him throughout his career and life.
Baseball legend, Steven P. Garvey, nicknamed the "Iron Man" for establishing the National League record of playing in 1,207 consecutive games, played for the Los Angeles Dodgers during most of his career. There he was a four-time Gold Glove winner, The 1974 National League MVP, had six seasons with 200 or more hits, played in ten all-star games batting .393 and was the 1974 and 1978 All-Star MYP, played a Major League record 193 consecutive errorless games at first base, a lifetime career batting average of .294 and a .996 fielding percentage at first base, which is Major League best.
In 1983, Garvey and the Dodgers parted ways and he joined the San Diego Padres. Steve Garvey's most dramatic moment in his baseball career was his ninth inning game-winning home run in the 1984 playoffs, to propel the Padres toward the National League Pennant.
Garvey retired from baseball in 1988 and is now involved with his own company, Garvey Communications. Since his move to Los Angeles in 1990, Garvey has concentrated on television production with the "Prime Ticket Network." Presently he hosts the weekly series, "Baseball's Greatest Games." He is also highly acclaimed as a motivational speaker, traveling domestically and internationally to speak at corporate gatherings.
On February 18, 1989 in a private ceremony in Deer Valley, Utah, Garvey married Candace Thomas. They currently reside in Los Angeles.