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Entrepreneur, Mentor, and Business Coach
Mark’s love for entrepreneurship has been expressed through serving as a podcast host for Brainz Magazine. When not on the mic, Mark is a regular contributor to Entrepreneur, and a speaker for corporate events, entrepreneurship summits, and major conferences worldwide. \
His expertise in personal and professional development has positioned him as an expert in the industry, resulting in transformational experiences for audiences, clients, and businesses alike. Drawing from personal experiences, Mark has taken the essence of what he has experienced and built a business that helps draw out the magnificent potential that every person beholds using his GPS system to highlight blind spots, efficiencies and deficiencies.
He is also the author of three personal development books Inside Job, Plot Twist, and his latest book, Mark of a Man, launching on November 30, 2021.
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There has been a lot said about the importance of safeguarding our mental health, and nothing takes centerstage in these conversations more than that the need to build a resilient mind, attitude, and outlook.
All of us have personal experiences of our own, and those shape the unique and personal lens with which we see the world.
"We must continue to make our own choices, and we must define who we are and who we are not."
"If you don't have anyone positive around you, be ok with being by yourself. Work on yourself daily. Do not compromise, do not give up, do not forget your mission and your why."
Growth doesn't happen through freaking yourself out by trying to take a giant leap into the unknown. It is done in increments that don't overwhelm or risk shutdown, but instead reinforce confidence in your ability to expand.
We can only lead people to where we have been ourselves. The problem the coaching and mentoring world is now facing is that everyone sadly seems to think they are a coach or mentor.
With enough advice columns on how-to-sell-yourself ; here is one that stands apart. Simply, because it isn't aimed to preach. Yes, you decide whether you want to be an echo or a voice.
We never will make a meaningful impact or connection, unless we first give people what they want, and then educate them about what they need.
Mark Sephton writes on ways to better handle that transition from vacation mode to getting back into the hustle.
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