Steve Glick
Steve Glick is the founding partner and CEO of xClosure, Inc. and is an experienced business leader. He is a quick learner, intelligent and a highly motivated and driven individual. He is skilled at working with all levels of people and understands how to motivate people sufficiently to get them performing at the highest levels. He is also skilled at working with top performers and understands the dynamics associated with keeping these top performers engaged. Steve is a skilled negotiator who enjoys creating transactions with business leaders of any size company and seeks to bring maximum value to table. He is a trusted and well respected businessman.

Steve has been heavily involved in consumer marketing and the direct response industry for over 20 years and has been the recipient of the Greensheet award for best self-help infomercial.  He is also a founding partner of ENUF Direct, a corporate training company. Prior to launching these organizations, Steve was the CEO of a revolutionary speed-reading company where he was instrumental in launching a worldwide direct marketing campaign, selling nearly 1 million units and generating approximately $200 million in revenue on a single product. He has consulted with hundreds of companies, helping them organize and assemble mass marketing opportunities through TV, radio, social media, print and online/digital marketing in both domestic and international markets. He has influenced over 1 billion dollars in revenue for his clients over the years, set up international marketing channels, and has lead start-up companies to become multi-million dollar businesses. As an experienced CEO, Steve understands all internal management functions, along with the various marketing channels, B2B and B2C selling, campaign operations, along with product and business development, all of which makes him a valuable component in any business venture.

His executive and leadership skills have created numerous opportunities for both clients and working partners. His most recent venture was creating a new dynamic startup company called 3Gaps.  He is one of the founding partners of 3Gaps along with Hyrum Smith, the original founder of Franklin Covey.