About me: 
Brian Kight

Friends and clients call me BK. You can too.
If you're interested in who I am and what I'm about,
I'll share some of my story with you.


A competitor who was never interested in average.

Football was the first team environment that captured my heart at 8 years-old and it never let go. It was the gateway that opened my mind, introduced me to my mission, and allowed me to find my calling.

Because for me this isn’t a job. This is my calling.

In my lifetime I will spend more time working than any other activity. Family and fun are everything to me. So is this work. It’s an extension of who I am.

This work -- my calling, my mission -- isn't about sports or business, winning or losing.

My mission is to train people in the discipline they need to earn what they want. Pursue your most meaningful objectives, personally and professionally, with intention, purpose, and skill.

My mission is to align teams and accelerate results. How they bond and perform with each other to achieve something worthy.

My mission is to create better competitors. Those who win in the end often lose in the beginning. Winning happens when we're good enough to earn it. 

My heart goes into everything I do. Thank you for allowing me to share it with you.

- BK

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Keep it SIMPLE.

The #1 key to performance is keeping it simple enough to execute well. Cut through the confusing noise of complexity. Simple skills executed with great discipline produces powerful results. 


Average performers use quotes. Good performers have plans. Elite performers execute systems.  How you organize and implement simple skills determines how you execute in complex environments.


Leading people and teams is a challenge thousands of years old. The most important and difficult fundamentals have not changed. Prioritize principles proven across time because they are permanent and reliable. 


Where it all started.

I first recognized my calling as a kid in high school but became completely committed to it in my 20's during my college football career. I recognized three things:

  1. Discipline is more reliable than talent. Disciplined people and teams perform better than just talented ones.

  2. What people refer to as "intangibles" of success are very tangible and absolutely teachable.

  3. Most teams have average systems (or worse) for training the leadership, culture, and behavior skills that drive performance.

These are as accurate, relevant, and valuable today as when I first observed them 20 years ago.

Wherever people operate together on teams to pursue meaningful results, my calling continues.

Performance Pathway

Contact My Team

Need to get in touch? Feel free to reach out to me and my team.