Insight with Mark Farrell An engaging forum to examine and discuss a vast array of everyday obstacles and challenges facing adults and children today.

December 13, 2018  

All men are created equally though life and circumstance shape us all.  Scott Fried from The Man Kind Project joins Mark for a man to man conversation on a new kind of man where all men are brothers, in relationship with one another.  A world where conflicts are resolved peacefully; where torture, genocide, domestic violence and senseless war are only entries in history books.  Where men are fully accountable and take responsibility for their decision and where men stand tall and proud to be men, secure in their role and deeply committed to nurturing one another, their families, their communities and their planet.  Try a meeting, retreat, on-line – or whatever fits your manly needs.  www.mankindproject.org

Have Mark speak at your company, organization, conference and retreat to increase morale, productivity, confidence and more.  Mark also has riveting talks for kids k-12 and college on overcoming adversity, anti-bullying/anti-teasing, mental health, drugs/alcohol, celebrating differences, self-entitlement, senior send-off and more.  All of Mark’s talks are from his vast life experience.  Reviews, videos, booking info and more at: www.markfarrellmotivation.com Email: mark@markfarrellmotivation.com

 

“Mark invigorated our conference! His genuine enthusiasm and professionalism, combined with an amazing topic, made for a marvelous presentation”

 

Catharine Leahy - Speakers Chair Princeton University

 

“Mark’s willingness to use his disability to uplift others is both generous and remarkable.  His message resonates with all of us who have worked hard to overcome life’s adversities.  If you’re looking for a podium speaker, look elsewhere.  Mark stays on the move and keeps the audience engaged.  Thank you, Mark”

 

Johnny Callebs

KAPP Executive Director

 

Mark Farrell is a dynamic speaker who will captivate the audience by sharing his personal story of how he was able to overcome challenges in life and worked his way to success.  We scheduled Mark for 45 minutes, but our students were so engaged in his story that Mark spoke for over 1 hour.  I still have students approach me and discuss Mark's message and say, "if he could do it, so can I”

 

Christine Crielly

School Counselor

Holland Brook School NJ

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