Jon's evolved relationship to performance and change emerges in his perspective encouraging a more conscious connection to all that we undertake and co-create. Life, The Spiritual Sport, is a relationship metaphor which emphasizes blending all things physical with all things metaphysical to create, and relate, from the Heart. Weaving decades of personal experience, spiritual teachings, successes and failures, themes of 'conscious creation, ' 'sacred separation, ' 'intentional force' help to inspire and motivate meaningful change and action, 'in your circle, for all circles'. Marticulating from Stanford with dual degrees, he is a volleyball Hall of Fame inductee. Upon graduation, he bypassed the Wall Street investment banking craze to make the best of an opportunity to represent the US at the Olympics. The U.S National Men's volleyball team, after winning Gold in LA '84, went on to post a remarkable 197-31 record over a 4-year period, winning the sport's Triple Crown in the process (consecutive champions, 1985 World Cup, 1986 World Championships, 1988 Olympic Games. A native of West Los Angeles, Jon is a writer, producer with a number of published works. He is still teaching, preaching and screeching his truths and tenets as a U18 club volleyball coach for boys and girls in the Bay Area. Jon's daughter, Ayden, is a standout club volleyball player who lives and trains in Southern California. Activities and loves include all things nature, animals, the mystical and the magical.