Helping Organizations & Individuals Take Action & Achieve Milestones
I am dedicated to helping individuals and businesses reach their full potential. My services include coaching, speaking, and yoga, all backed by decades of experience.
With over 22 years of experience Alan gives talks regarding multiple topics which include, but not limited to Goal Setting, Persistence and Overcoming Obstacles both personally and professionally.
What many don’t realize is all the work that goes into achieving the things you want in life. They see the final product. When people say it’s not about the destination, it is about the journey, this is what they are talking about. The journey is how you get to where you want to go. If you truly want something you must complete the entire journey.
Yoga is so much more than what you see on the surface and I love showing people that. I love curating the perfect space for EVERYONE to be accepted for who they are or aren’t. I love sharing the good, bad and ugly of my life through stories during class.
My name is Alan Titone
Alan Titone is a 22+ Year Veteran in Corporate America, International Yoga Teacher and all around badass.
Alan works with individuals, startups and Small and Medium Business on goal setting, action planning and ultimately holding people accountable for what they say they will do.
Alan, a US Army Veteran, is an award winning sales and sales leadership professional with over 22 years of experience in the field. He has built and designed startup & pilot programs. He has turned around underperforming sales teams. Alan has worked with some of the largest businesses in the US, including banks, hospital groups, and retailers. He has even closed a deal for over $1.2B!
In addition, Alan has climbed some of the tallest peaks in the contiguous United States. He has physically and mentally surpassed any and all expectations doctors had for him as an asthmatic child. And with his Co-Host Bre Allison, they release bi-weekly podcast episodes.
In 2023 Alan plans to hike all 58 mountains above 14,000 feet in Colorado.