Leveraging Opportunities, Maximizing Performance

I’m Stephen Bardo, former University of Illinois standout, NBA player and basketball analyst. I’ve taken what I’ve learned on and around the court and applied it to helping business maximize performance. Want to know how I do it? Click the orange button!

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Point Guard Vision – Volume 9 – Everything Takes Time To Develop

Stephen Bardo breaks down how student-athletes can learn to be more patient in the pursuit of their vision. Bardo shares his own personal experiences in moving from one level of the game (high school) to [...]

Point Guard Vision – Volume 8 – Stephen Bardo

https://youtu.be/fJq2xFFzk_c Parents Take A Time Out Stephen Bardo talks about parental guidance for their student athletes children.

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Point Guard Vision – Volume 7 – Stephen Bardo

https://youtu.be/fmsEEGeK-nQ Thick Skin Stephen Bardo shares his experiences as a professional basketball player.

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Mr. Bardo was excellent, he was energetic, insightful and motivational as our speaker; and most importantly he connected with the students—they loved him.
Theodore Johnson, The National Society of Leadership and Success
Listening to Stephen, it was just a wonderful experience; I really enjoyed learning all that he had to say and he was quite personable and very friendly. I would be happy to have Stephen back here anytime he wanted to come back to Genoa Public Library
Jennifer Barton, Genoa Public Library
Stephen Bardo connected with teenage students expertly. Stephen presents his thoughts in a manner that grabs the students’ attention and keeps it. He involved the students in several instances that allowed all grade levels to feel as if they were the focus of his talk. I would highly recommend Stephen to speak with all groups of teenagers who need to see a positive role model!
Darren Sirianni, East Dubuque High School