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In this episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Mark Altman, who is the founder of MindsetGo, a company that helps people become more confident and effective communicators. 

Mark reached out to me a few months back and since then, we’ve been catching up to speak about leadership, training and all sorts of other topics and to bounce ideas off each other. 

In our conversation we speak about the importance of mindset, the impact of showing appreciation to others and some tips on starting to break those bad leadership habits you might have got yourself into!

Mark Altman Bio

Mark Altman HeadshotIn 2015, Mark Altman, started MindsetGo to help people become more confident and effective communicators.

Mark has over two decades of experience speaking and training on interpersonal disciplines including organizational development, leadership, sales enablement, communication, emotional intelligence, and generational engagement. 

Prior to MindsetGo, he founded Mark Altman & Associates (MA&A) in 2001. He grew and transformed his vision into a business which was recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the nation in 2010 and 2011.

Mark sold the company and shortly thereafter, became a private investor and member of Launch­pad Investment Group in Boston.

His podcast ICommunicate focuses on communication, emotional intelligence, and motivation challenges in leadership, sales, and company culture. Mark is a native of Boston and enjoys spending time with his three active children.

For the last 20 years, he has also been a passionate youth sports coach and a freelance sports reporter for the Associated Press (AP) covering home games for the Boston Red Sox, Celtics and Bruins.

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