Mark Petruzzi

Mark is the founder of Success Waypoint, LLC. He also is a managing partner in a sales and marketing firm that represents premier professional production lighting and audio equipment to retailers, production companies, and contractors, so he has to walk his talk.

His work with Success Waypoint includes Executive coaching; delivering professional and personal development workshops; and speaking about emotional mastery, self-leadership, and practice toward overall wellbeing, to anyone interested.

Because Mark is also currently active in business, he can bring this experience into his coaching, classroom and speaking engagements.

All techniques, concepts, practices and perspectives are those he has tried himself. It's all intended for practical effect, right now—and the benefits of the teachings increase with practice.

Mark's background also includes leadership or team leadership positions in consumer electronics, information technology services, and financial services Industries.

He's held performance consulting, training, and program/project management positions in the information technology services, business services, and financial services (health insurance) industries.

Prior to his current roles, he enjoyed more than 15 years in corporate training, including time with IBM, CIGNA Corporation, and IKON Office Solutions.

Mark has formal training in personality type (both the Enneagram of Personality and Jungian-Meyers typologies). He is a lifelong learner with a special interest in communication, general psychology, metaphysics, and personal wellbeing.

Mark's 500 words are about self value. For more information on the difference between self esteem and self-value, you might like his blog entry at WordVibes! His business Website is at SuccessWaypoint.com

For more information, please visit successwaypoint.com.

Entries by Mark Petruzzi

6 Ways to Value Yourself

Begin with self-value… Value yourself. Value your Self. Your value never changes. You can’t increase it and you can’t diminish it. Sure, the value of your actions can vary, but the value of who you are never, ever will. Never confuse your actions, possessions and connections with who you are. If you don’t yet know the difference between who you are, and all the things you do and own, it’s time to start on getting to know yourself in a whole new way. Imagine yourself as a song. What is your personal “tone”, your personal “sound”? Make it part of everything… Read more.

Value yourself enough to take charge of your happiness. Reclaim the authorship of your life, from where you’ve given it away.