Adventure-preneur    //    storyteller    //    media personality    //    college football analyst    //    best-selling author    //    motivational speaker    //    coach    //    actor  //    aspiring mapmaker
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YOGI ROTH

Yogi Roth is a Pac-12 Networks college football analyst, Filmmaker, Scholar, New York Times Best-Selling Author, accomplished Coach, Motivational Speaker, Media Personality, Host and World-Traveler who has been studying human potential for over a decade.

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LIFE IN A WALK: now available on Blue Ray & DVD via Amazon

Hey everyone! Hope your summer is coming to an incredible finish, as it's hard to believe football season is almost here.

Ariel Joseph Towne: ‘Act as if you are the thing you seek’

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“I’ve met a lot of interesting folks in 15 years of covering college sports. Yogi Roth is right near the top of that list. He is without a doubt the most optimistic, relentlessly positive person I’ve ever met. He’s got the spirit to try anything and, in an uncanny, um, Yogi Roth-way, he usually makes it happen. He also has been blessed with the capacity to fit so effortlessly into any situation or group. Reading his story provided a great window into how he got to have such a unique view of the world.”

Bruce Feldman, award-winning college football writer/reporter, Fox Sports

“Yogi = a rare mix of acute & courageous sojourner + human catalyst + MENSCH!”

Kevin Carroll, author, speaker and agent for social change

“Yogi Roth is a force of nature. Every time I sit with him by the end of the conversation I am ready to jump out of my seat and attack life. He is so special I insisted he address my company. I never looked so smart in front of my organization as I did after Yogi’s presentation!”

Michael Nyman, Chairman & CEO PMK*BNC

“Yogi Roth knows his stuff. The Pac-12 Networks football analyst can break down X’s and O’s with any commentator in the country.”

Michael Lev, Arizona Daily Star

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“I’m not afraid to admit it, I cried when I talked to Yogi. I wasn’t really expecting to, but I guess he touched a nerve…It’s a film about fathers and sons, how we connect and how we sometimes don’t…If you haven’t alreay done so today, take a walk…Connect with loved ones. Call your dad. Seriously, call him.”

Ben Tanzer, MENS HEALTH

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