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The Coach’s Bio

Coach Steve Horner

Coach Steve tells  his audiences, “I don’t pretend to have all the answers to  successfully tackling the demands of balancing work and family,  but I do know that my techniques worked for me, and I’m convinced  they can also work for you. And, yes, I occasionally run into  cynics who doubt the helpfulness of my seminar, but they’re  generally the same ones who don’t understand the benefits of  preventive maintenance on an automobile. Excellence demands attention to  detail.”  

Steve Horner was raised in a two-parent family with his five  brothers in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He served in the U.S. Army,  including a year in Vietnam where he was awarded the Purple  Heart, and later attended college in Minnesota and California.  After a ten-year marriage ended in divorce, Horner was in the  front-line trenches of battling the demands of balancing work and family as a full-time single parent of two sons from 1984-1998.

As a single parent, Horner worked for several years in corporate America as sales manager for a radio network. In 1987 he formed The Steve Horner Corporation, specializing in advertising, marketing, public relations, and employee training. Then, in 1995, Horner began work as a book author and publisher.

The timely and important topic of his books: parenting, and balancing work and family obligations,allowed him to secure a multitude of newspaper, radio, local and national TV interviews including a guest appearance on the Gayle King show. He also hosted his own work-and-family radio program in the Twin Cities. Horner has hashed out the goals, needs, and concerns of successfully balancing work and family demands with audiences from coast to coast for nearly twenty years.

Coach Steve is a former member of the Dakota County (Minnesota’s second largest county)Human Services Advisory Board and child-care liaison. Over the years Horner has served, or, is serving as:

  • Youth sports coach
  • Inner-city youth mentor
  • Youth religious-ed teacher
  • Scout leader
  • VA volunteer
  • Rotary and Chamber of Commerce member

What is a Coach?

According to the International Coaching Federation, “Professional coaches provide a partnership designed to help clients produce fulfilling results in their personal and professional lives.” Coaches are problem solvers.

According to The College of Executive Coaches, 95% of businesses that make use of work-and-family coaches have increased their use over the past five years; it’s an age-old tool which works wonders. Henry Ford and J.C. Penney are among many early, American entrepreneurs who instituted “social departments” within their companies that taught life lessons to help employees be more effective in balancing work-and-family demands. Those successful businessmen realized that the personal welfare of their employees was too vital to their bottom line to ignore. Just take a look around you and you’ll see that, for the most part, those who are successful with their business life, are also successful in their personal and family life. The key to business success really is in keeping one’s personal and family life in order.

Get in touch with Coach Steve today:


phone: 435-669-6128

mail: 1075 N 1400 W Unit 13, St. George, Utah 84770