Steven J. Anderson

//Steven J. Anderson
Steven J. Anderson 2012-12-26T23:20:27-06:00

Founder and CCO

Behavioral Physicist

For over 3 decades, Steve Anderson has studied, applied, proven and proclaimed: All human action is grounded in Natural Law.

Know the law and better results can be predictably designed. Ignorance of the law, however, does not free one from it. As a Behavioral Physicist, he identifies the applicable Natural Laws, educates, and designs systems to accomplish predictable, consistent results.


For over twenty years he has spoken at major industry meetings and conventions in North America, Australia and the United Kingdom, conducted hundreds of seminars, and worked with thousands of businesses and organizations to increase their productivity and profits through the application of over 101 Natural Laws. His combination of behavioral physics, high energy, humor and every-day application makes him one of the highest rated speakers at every venue where he appears.


He has written over 100 articles for industry publications, authored 5 books, and produced dozens of audio and video learning programs. He hosts two monthly programs viewed by thousands around the world interested in boosting productivity and profits.


As the founder of over a dozen businesses, he has propelled organizations and individuals to the highest levels of performance and productivity. In 1995, he co-founded the Crown Council, an international industry association that now spans three continents. Through the Crown Council, he co-founded the Smiles for Life Foundation, which has raised over $32 million dollars in the last 12 years for children’s charities worldwide. He has been named the “Businessman of the Year” and is an Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist. Steve is also the founder of Eagle U, a nonprofit foundation that provides success education for high school and college students, giving them a 7-year head start in their career and their life.

Steve and his wife Cheryl live in the Dallas – Ft. Worth area with their seven children.

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