Coach Johnson is a powerful communicator and delivered an incredibly inspiring message to my organization. He brings a wonderful mix of humor, poignancy and life experience that resonates and uplifts. Don’t miss an opportunity to hear him!
Shawn D. Moon, Executive Vice President
Meet Coach Jim Johnson
Over 30 years of experience developing winning high-school basketball teams, including 428 career victories, sets the stage for the unique credibility and power of Coach Jim Johnson’s message.
Many speakers talk about leadership, but it’s rare to find a speaker who has, quite literally, lead thousands.
In a moment later celebrated all over the world, Coach weighed risk with the potential for great opportunity for an autistic student-manager, Jason McElwain (JMac) catapulting Jim, the team, and JMac down a path of inspiration and hope. That one victory continues to reverberate into countless lives as audience after audience is touched by a wave of courage and tenacity and witnesses what true leadership can accomplish.
Dreams Really Do Come True
Coach Jim Johnson’s life-changing message imparts a deeper awareness of the power of the human spirit. With a rare ability to take audiences far beyond a motivational talk and into a transformational experience, he reminds us of the magic of passion, perseverance, and the power of teamwork.
Dreams Really Do Come True! is a timely, feel-good message that leaves people feeling re-charged and optimistic about the contribution they can make with their lives and the difference they can make in the lives of those around them
Coach Jim Johnson Showcase Video
Audiences of all types are always touched and deeply inspired by Coach Jim’s life-changing message about the power of the human spirit. Media appearances have included the Oprah Winfrey and Jim Rome shows. In 2006 he met President George W. Bush, Governor George Pataki, and Senator Hillary Clinton, to name a few. The Greece Athena team was also paid a visit at school by NBA legend Earvin “Magic” Johnson. J-Mac’s miracle moment won the ESPY for “Best Sports Moment” at the ESPN awards show later that year.