Jeff Steinberg calls himself a MASTERPIECE IN PROGRESS! Yet to see him, he looks like anything BUT a "masterpiece." Born August 18, 1951, Born with what others would call Handicaps - he has NO arms or hands, and malformed legs. But he refused to quit. He is quick to tell you, "I am made to be awesome and wonderful!!" Jeff is living proof that, ".the difficult we do right away, the impossible takes a little longer!"
Jeff Steinberg is a highly sought after Keynote Speaker, Humorist/Comedian, Author and Singer. For almost 45 years, he has offered a most unique challenge, "The least likely person can accomplish the most extraordinary things in a most unusual way!"
When you schedule Jeff Steinberg for your next event, you'll experience his amazing life story with humor and warmth. His presentation is fun, up close & personal and inspirational.
SPEAKING TOPICS INCLUDE:
- "All That I Can Be..." - Each of us, by birth and/or development, possesses both the potential for success and the equal potential to derail that success. A major key to achieving personal goals lies in the discovery of the "unique design" that is "ME" - positives and negatives, strengths and weaknesses, abilities and "disabilities" - then shaping my future to take full advantage of that design. Recognizing, acknowledging and ultimately embracing, "all that I am" provides the foundation for me to become "all that I can be." From that beginning, the path to personal and professional growth is marked by a series of specific affirmations. The acceptance and application of these principles will promote achievement commensurate with ability, regardless of the task.
- "How Handicapped Am I??" - Everyone has limitations. To deny or even question the validity of this statement is an unrealistic presumption about myself and others. The danger to self-actualization lies in accepting those limitations as "handicaps" - unconquerable obstacles which forever condemn the possessor to failure. By redefining the word "handicap" as "anything which keeps me from being or becoming all that I was created to be," we discover that the things which truly hinder us are seldom easily discerned or readily perceptible. Replacing the myths we accept about our apparent limitations with a realistic understanding of what truly prevents success provides a vehicle to personal and professional fulfillment.
He has shared the stage with Zig Ziglar, Pat Boone, Justin Dart, Art Linkletter, Daniel Miller, Senator Bob Dole, John Goodman, Jim Nabors, The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, and many more. A true highlight of his career was a memorable appearance with Mother Teresa of Calcutta during her 1989 USA visit.
Jeff also offers consulting regarding disability and accessibility issues. "It's not enough to just know the rules!"
Jeff Steinberg is the 13th inductee into The Good Shepherd Hall of Fame for Persons with Disabilities for his achievements in the field of music, for his advocacy for the physically challenged and for carrying the message that each of us is "A Masterpiece In Progress." He is the recipient of the prestigious 2015 Artist Music Guild Heritage Award for Comedian of The Year, and a nominee in multiple other categories.
His autobiography, Masterpiece In Progress, now in the fifth printing, is published and distributed worldwide by GlovePRINTS Press and is available on Kindle, iBooks and
Your audience will laugh, cry and feel like "...A Masterpiece In Progress."