Steve is a husband, father, entrepreneur, attorney, contractor, artist, craftsman, scout leader, coach, writer and speaker.
Steven is an expert in the science of personal development and coaches others to become better versions of themselves.
Ritz Renovation, Inc.
FOUNDER & CEO
The Pustylnik Law Firm
FOUNDER & OWNER
Don't Mess With My Process
WRITER & SPEAKER
Understanding what you are going through is key to helping you deal with with stress and improve your mental health.
Steve has achieved it and can help you, otherwise you will get burned out and cannot perform at your optimal levels.
Improve your relationships with your boss, partners, co-workers, clients, vendors, court staff and even your adversaries.
Let Steve help you improve your productivity and manage your time so you can have more time to do what you love outside of work.
Steve will make sure your career goals are in line with your values and we will come up with an action plan that is manageable.
Steve has been through so much he probably knows exactly what you're up against and can help reduce and resolve these conflicts that you are facing.
Steve offers custom tailored, confidential coaching and works with individuals in person or virtually.
Organizations can rely on Steve to introduce systems and processes to improve company culture, increase profits and help to retain talent.
Whether its career, family or personal matters you can count on Steve for guidance and advice for a positive resolution and path to growth.
Combining theory and real-world experience, Steve helps startups, entrepreneurs, and corporate leaders with advice and feedback based on their business needs.
This is about helping top performers achieve their very best and/or for dealing with career changes and extreme challenges.
Steven had a valuable opportunity to share his insights on personal development with the sales manager and director of operations of an auto leasing company.
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Steve will tell his story of growing up in a dysfunctional family in the projects where he faced bullies, survived a near-death experience at 5 years old, and how he started working at 9 years old. He mastered the science of personal development and was able to change his life and grow into a professional.
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Time's the ultimate currency,
How much is left,
Although that’s not,
How precious it really is,
The time we have now.
Will we stop what we are doing,
and write something down?
At the end of each day,
And beginning of anew,
I ask myself these questions:
Did I brighten my wife’s day?
Have I spent time with my kids?
Did I water the flowers?
Have I worked on my dreams?
Everything we do,
And don’t do,
And the small,
Has a consequence.
It’s the responsible way,
You don't have the time not to,
Make time for the things that matter.