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

August 7, 2018  

X Games competitor, Max Gomez was riding a mini-bike (small motorcycle) at 4 and he was competing at 6.  The speed, the 50ft high jumps, the adrenaline and other thrilling aspects of motocross is what keeps this remarkable young mad coming back.  Even an accident that claimed his right foot was not going to slow down this indomitable young man that aspires to become a physical therapist after an amazing experience with his prosthetist lead him to realize his love for physical fitness and the power of the human spirit.  Max’s family is his support system including his father who customized his bike so Max can brake with ease and comfort using his left hand. Max is remarkable and you’ll soon hear why!


Demi Lovato was hospitalized for depression and Mark muses why and how the entertainment industry will not allow Demi to heal as well as what she needs to do to gain control of her life. Soulasational Founder, Michele Leonard talks with Mark about the 8th Annual Sounsaltional Music and Wellness Festival that offers the best Jersey Shore rock bands, yoga, incredible and healthy food and so much more.


Have Mark speak at your company or organization to increase morale, productivity, confidence and more.  Mark also has riveting talks for students (K-12) and college on overcoming adversity, anti-bullying/anti-teasing, mental health, drugs/alcohol, celebrating differences, self-entitlement and more.  All of Mark’s talks are from his vast life experience.  Reviews, videos, booking info and more at:


"Mark Farrell is an engaging speaker and a remarkably talented man whose personal experiences overcoming adversity are inspirational.  I am very grateful that our students and faculty had the chance to hear him speak and to meet him during one of our major events at our school.  His moving stories about his own experiences with visual impairment enhanced our understanding about the challenges associated with vision loss and the power of the human spirit to meet those challenges with determination and dignity."
Mark Kiselica
Dean, School of Education

The College Of New Jersey


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