Coach Massucci with one of his former players Coach Joe Boylan. Coach Boylan, formerly with the Golden State Warriors, is currently an assistant with the New Orleans Pelicans.
Coach Michael Massucci:
Educator - Author - Leadership Development
Coach Massucci is President of AEO: Leadership LLC. The values of Attitude-Excellence-Others (AEO) are the core of his mission and his message. Using the principles from his books, Coach Massucci is currently consulting high schools including Novi High School, Livonia Stevenson High School and Plymouth High School, college student-athletes, coaches, athletic departments, and organizations including Michigan Elite 25 and Competitive Edge Skating.
Coach Massucci is a graduate of Central Michigan University, where he earned a major in history, a minor in reading, and a professional coaching certificate. He later earned his master’s degree from Oakland University in Reading and Language Arts. Coach Massucci has completed the Galileo Leadership Program, is certified in the Steven Covey Leadership Program, has been trained by the Disney Leadership Institute, and is a facilitator of Restorative Practices.
Coach Massucci lives in Royal Oak, Michigan with his wife Karen and his three sons: AJ, Anthony, and Jake. He retired from coaching high school basketball, where he was the head coach at both Royal Oak High School and Royal Oak Shrine High School. He is currently employed by Bloomfield Hills Schools, where he teaches American History, instructs a Mindset Class, and facilitates a leadership seminar, which hosts successful people from all walks of life.
Follow me on Twitter: @coachmassucci
Author of: Elite Journey Books:
An Elite Journey: A Young Man’s Leadership Story
An Elite Journey II: The First Task of Leadership
Online articles written by Coach Massucci:
Success in Not Random
Leadership is a Choice
Decisions Define Your Destiny
Team Team Team
Always Do Your Best
Preparing for An Elite Journey
Great Coaches are Great Teachers
It is Never too Late to Create a Better Story
The Art of Doing One's Best
The First Task of Leadership