For the past several years, Nique Stewart has shown people, from all walks of life, the strategies to take their lives to a higher level; mentally, financially, physically and spiritually. Nique is hired by companies around the world for his expertise on such subjects as Peak Performance, Creating Super Sales Force, Corporate Training & Health and Fitness. He has worked with major corporations, business executives and Hollywood Stars and musicians. After one of his presentations, you will have a ‘Toolbox’ full of strategies that will take your company and personal life to the next level.
He teaches powerful motivational and sales seminars that maximize your teams' energy levels and get them focused towards achieving the company’s goals. ‘The Bald American Guy’ creates a passion for performing ‘with no limits’ so that your team stays motivated and continues to improve their performance levels.
Nique is the "Success Coach" that professional athletes, TV personalities and musicians call on to get the edge they need to move their personal and professional lives to the next level of success and overcome the big challenges they face along the way to achievement.
Nique's charismatic, energetic and entertaining presentation style can be attributed to his success as a stand up comedian where he sold out many of his performances.
Nique is the CEO and founder of Nique Stewart Enterprises in Australia. Originally from the mean streets on South Central Los Angeles, he now resides in Melbourne, Australia.
According to Nique, the key to achieving success is to "create balance in all areas of your life." And make no mistake: Nique's presentation's and seminars are invaluable.
Basketball: As a professional basketball player, Nique spent years traveling throughout the world and understands the mental toughness it takes to succeed at the highest level of sports. He also has had the opportunity to play and train with NBA legend Earvin "Magic" Johnson.
Sales: Nique has also succeeded in the corporate board room as a top-producing salesman, but achieving success in sales didn't come as easy as it did for him in sports. He struggled as a commission salesperson for two years, before turning his career around. He went from earning $480 per week to over $300,000 in income within 12 months, teaching the mental strategies he now credits with his dramatic career and income turn around.