Book Dr. Jack Llewellyn for your next event. His positive, custom-created speeches ignite excitement and inspire a winning attitude in every member of the audience. Your group will take away specific strategies and tactics for success in the workplace and in everyday life.

Dr Jack Llewellyn - Keynote Speaker Services - Center for Winning Performance

Topics relate to the techniques he developed over 35 years of coaching elite performers in sports, business and their personal lives – including:

– Playing to Win or Playing Not to Lose
– Learning to Recover from Adversity – Speed to Recovery a Critical Skill
– Using Your Assets to Overcome Your Liabilities
– Building the Team Committed to Your Success
– Visualizing: Seeing it Correctly – Do It
Getting the Mud Out of the Water
– Doing Better than the Best You Can
– And more….

Intertwining humorous personal stories and experiences from years of working with famous athletes, Dr. Jack engages the audience’s heart and minds. The quintessential storyteller, Dr. Jack’s speeches are memorable and the subjects applicable on the field, in the office, at home – anywhere. His goal is to help all of his clients and audiences to realize their full potential.

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For more than 35 years, Dr. Jack Llewellyn has worked in the field of psychology and is considered a pioneer in the sports psychology field publishing the first book on the subject in the early 1970s. He began to receive national recognition for his mental coaching techniques when he was credited with turning around Atlanta Braves pitcher John Smoltz’s career in 1991. Smoltz was 2-11 halfway through the season when he began working with Dr. Jack. Thanks to the techniques he learned, Smoltz went 12-2 in the season’s second half and became one of the premier pitchers in Major League Baseball.

On the field and in the clubhouse, his subtle suggestions and ability to help players overcome challenges has made Dr. Jack a legend. Teaching his players practical skills to overcome & thrive on the stress and pressure of professional-level sports has attracted professional athletes from around the world of sports.

Clients have included Paul O’Neill of the New York Yankees, as well as players with the Washington Nationals, New York Mets, Cincinnati Reds, Pittsburgh Pirates, Montreal Expos and Houston Astros. He has also counseled NBA, NFL and NHL players, NASCAR drivers, professional boxers, PGA/LPGA golfers, USTA tennis players and Olympic athletes.


Using the same techniques applied to some of the world’s finest athletes has helped to inspire dramatic new results for executives. Dr. Jack Llewellyn challenges business leaders to expect winning results. Success starts with a winning attitude. To establish that mindset, Dr. Jack guides his clients through the Llewellyn system detailed in his books Winning Sure Beats Losing and Get the Mud Out of the Water.

His clients cover a broad spectrum of industries and have included Fortune 500 companies (IBM, AT&T, Hewlett-Packard, Georgia Pacific, Johnson & Johnson); financial services institutions (Prudential, Bank of America, Chase Bank, GE Capital Servies, American Express); pharmaceutical companies (Novartis, SmithKline Beecham, TEVA Nueroscience); energy companies (Southern Company, Duke Energy); as well as organizations such as the FBI, ATF, Harrah’s Resorts and many national associations.

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Young Athletes

Dr. Jack Llewellyn believes sports help children develop invaluable life skills — self-confidence, resiliency, moral character, and other personal strengths. But, with the intensity of youth sports today, young athletes face incredible pressure from coaches, parents and themselves. Dr. Jack enjoys helping young athletes prepare for and remove the unneeded stress from their game. He teaches them the same techniques his professional clients have used for success.

More importantly, Dr. Jack works to keep sports ‘fun’ for the children he counsels. He wants his athletes to want to play, to enjoy their sport, to be able to find confidence in their abilities and to keep that confidence on and off the field.

He works with middle school, high school and college athletes from all areas of sport.
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