If there is one piece of advice I would offer you, it’s this: never – and I despise using absolute words like “never” – never stop encouraging yourself and others in the pursuit of worthy goals. This advice is inspired by the definition of the word encouragement, which is “to give hope and confidence to.” Can you imagine what this world would look like if we were constantly infusing others with hope and confidence? What would this world look like if EVERYONE was walking around with hope and confidence – despite the challenges they face in life? With successful strategies, always… Read more.
Author Archive for: Mark McIntosh
Known as "The Comeback Coach" Mark McIntosh entertains and inspires audiences of all kinds with his popular "Run to Daylight" message of hope in the face of life's challenges.
The father of two shares simple but effective strategies learned from his life challenges with debilitating injury, painful divorces and corporate restructuring that have forced him to choose between being a victim of circumstance and a student of experience.
In addition to his professional speaking, writing and coaching, McIntosh is currently co-host of KUSA-TV's "Colorado and Company." Prior to that, for 18 years McIntosh was a sportscaster for KCNC-TV and won "Westword's" Best Sport Anchor in 2003.
For more information, please visit seekvictory.com.
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