Entrepreneur, Mentor, and Business Coach
Mark Sephton is a personal mentor to entrepreneurs. His mission to help others has seen him break into global markets while working with startups and millionaire entrepreneurs around the world.
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.
Reading The Room: Building An Awareness Of Others In Order To Strengthen Relationships (And Elevate Your Influence)
By reading others, we can more effectively build relationships, work together, and increase our influence- and this becomes particularly important in the workplace.
"It's not about ignoring what's happening, but understanding that some things just are."
Amplifying Your Marketing: How Client Acquisition Systems Are The Key To Attracting Consistent New Business
We must learn to effectively position ourselves in front of those who need what we have to offer, and this requires implementing client acquisition systems that work.
Challenging Your Beliefs: Self-Awareness For Lasting Self-Improvement In Health, Fitness, And Well-Being
To begin to change our beliefs, we need to commit to having a deeper understanding of why we believe what we do to better relate to ourselves and the situations that lie in front of us.
Harnessing Individual Strengths: How We Can Personally And Collectively Foster Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Creating an inclusive and respectful environment requires persistence and collaboration from all members of the community or workspace.
Providing exceptional service consistently requires a combination of attention to detail, strong communication skills, and a commitment to exceeding expectations.