Fitness is a way of life for Steve Wize. Whether it’s completing an Ironman 70.3, running in the Boston Marathon, or simply playing recreational softball with friends, being in top shape matters to Steve. But not only does Steve work hard to stay in shape, he helps and motivates others to do so. He has a passion to help people improve their physical health and have a better quality of life. Steve is an encourager. He has a gift to motivate you, even as he walks alongside with you.
As a former professional counselor and current professional life coach, Steve has spent his career helping individuals overcome their addictions and improve their mental health. So it’s no surprise that Steve came up with the idea of Mental Fitness- a total system to keep our minds in shape, just like we need to keep our bodies fit.
Steve not only developed the idea of Mental Fitness, he lives it. Each day he works to improve himself. He strives to be more positive, loving and authentic. He values and invests time in his relationships with his family, friends and clients. He works out to be in the best physical shape possible, while also challenging himself to grow intellectually, mentally, and spiritually. Steve does an amazing job of putting into practice the ideals he espouses. Steve genuinely cares about people, and his desire to help people achieve their potential is evident in everything he does.
If you want to see results, you need to put in the effort. If you are willing to try, I can’t think of a better person than Steve to help you achieve your goals. Steve is an excellent coach who won’t give up on you, an inspirational and engaging motivational speaker, and a great mentor who can help you face the challenges of life. So what are you waiting for?
–Rev. Howard Irwin, MDiv., MSW, LCSW