In 1995, Goodman became a medical staff member for two professional sports teams the St. Louis Rams and the St. Louis Ambush. After the Super Bowl, he became vice-president of operations for Neurology Associates Group, Inc.
He currently focuses on giving keynote presentations and conducting programs for companies such as Heineken, AT&T, Inova Health Systems, and Franklin Templeton Investments. In July of 2014, Goodman received the C.S.P. designation (Certified Speaking Professional) by the National Speakers Association. He is also the founder and President of Advantage Continuing Education Seminars and a member of the Global Speakers Federation, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), and board member of the Florida Speakers Association.
Goodman was born in Long Island, New York and has lived in South Florida since 2000. He attended and played ice hockey at Kent State University and received his Chiropractic degree from Logan University.
He is the author of Living A Championship Life: A Game Plan for Success and My Team Sucked: 10 Rules That Turned Them Into Rock Stars and co-author of Jamie’s Journey: Travels With My Dad, written by his 16-year-old daughter Jamie, as featured on ABC, NBC,[+][+] CBS,[+] and The Today Show.