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Mark’s positive attitude and encouragement inspired me and gave me the confidence I needed to grow both personally and professionally. He makes sessions fun and light while tackling difficult situations and topics in relatable ways. Mark is a great coach! I’m so glad I decided to work with him it’s one of the best things I’ve done for myself! 

Bridgett P.

Littleton, CO

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Thank you so much for offering such an outstanding service to College-age people. You're a great coach, and I deeply value the time we've spent together and the progress you've helped me make in my life. I wouldn't be this far along in my goals or have this much courage to push forward without your support.

Lauren W.

Lawerence KS

Elegant Female

Working with Mark was a life-changing experience. He helped me reach new heights in my career and finally understand how to achieve my personal goals. He is extremely personable and can connect, trustworthy, always encouraging, and patient. 

Frankie B.
Rolla Missouri

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I would like to start out by saying that Mark Seevers is just an awesome leader. He’s been great to work with and a man that leads by example.

I’ve known Mark for over 13 years and as a mentor and educator I’ve been guided to follow in a similar path as an entrepreneur. There are a lot of good people In this world but Mark is really a great person.

I’m very happy and satisfied from what I’ve learned from him.

Thank you so much for your leadership, Mark Seevers.

 

Respectfully 

Dennis P. CSFA

Aurora, CO

Hi, Mark!   I wanted to fill you in on what I named that negative voice in my head.  I named him Larry after a baseball coach I had when I was 14 and 15 years old. Larry was a good baseball coach but a jerk of a man.  He did not treat me fairly.  I was struggling in baseball my the first year on the team. I did not know it at the time but my eye sight had gotten weaker and I needed glasses.  My father tried talking to Larry about helping me some with my game and it just made the treatment worse.  He also treated one of my friends on the team really bad as well.  I remember the whole team was put in a difficult situation to vote on keeping my friend on the team.  It was very unfair and not right what was done and then Larry was going to stop coaching the team because of issues with this decision.  The team was made by the assistant coach to go ask pretty much beg/ask Larry to come back to coaching.  Larry also represents the voice of my manager now.  Her name is Teresa.  One of the most negative people I have ever worked with.  She runs everybody down and the more action I take at work the more trouble I find myself in.  Just this last week after negotiating time to work from home for eveyone on our team including her, I was questioned about everything I did from that she wanted done and then I was told my work was not worth the value of the money I was paid. The only reason I don't call the voice in my head Teresa is because I want it to have a male name.  I have told Larry to shut the F**K up several times this past week.  Larry has been in my head a lot this past week.  

 Thank you for sharing and introducing me to this idea/concept.

Myles Threatt

Atlanta GA