Inspire Possibility Show, November 13, 2016
Inspire Possibility Show with Mark Susnow
Paul Samuel Dolman, who spent the summer of 2009 on Martha's Vineyard bumming rides, writes about his experiences in Hitchhiking with Larry David (Gotham).
Paul who is 52 has been hitchhiking most of his life.
Here's how he describes his motivationI I want this to lift people up and open their hearts. Stick out their thumbs, literally and metaphorically. Smile at strangers. Go on a trip they've always dreamed about. Believe in love, in magic. Why I'm here matters more if I help people get where they need to go.
One day he is picked by Larry David. Paul couldn't believe it for a second. This is how he describes that moment. I thought "That's Larry David!" So I get in the car and he asks me if I'm a serial killer. I told him that even if I was, I was on vacation. He liked that. He has such a wonderful sense of humor.
Paul descrtibes his life of people. I'm one of those cliché people where they say, "He never met a stranger he didn't like." But, I don't even like the word "stranger." We're all human beings, we're a family. I love people and I love people's stories. It makes me sad that we've been conditioned to be scared of each other.
Mark Susnow knows change. He is passionate about you making positive changes in your life, so that it becomes a vibrant, on-going journey of growth and discovery. Mark is an Executive Life Coach, Life Discovery Guide, author, JD, and recognized thought leader, with more than fourteen years coaching experience and thirty years of daily meditation and yoga practice.
More than inspiring his clients, readers and radio program listeners to believe in themselves, he also motivates you to start taking action to live a more fulfilling life.
His enthusiastic and inspiring keynotes on change, leadership and connection consistently reach into your audiences and engages them in stepping through long needed changes.
Mindfulness: Supporting the 'New Competitive Edge'
Mark supports his private and organizational clients who have been newly embracing meditation, mindfulness, and self-awareness practices with a variety of resources. Familiar with many modalities, Mark coaches clients as they begin, keep, navigate and integrate the inner changes such practices often generate. See, mindfulness-and-meditation-are-capturing-attention, a New York Times article.
"Mark's coaching, presence and spirit, helps him give others a gentle nudge (and sometimes hard push) toward whatever their future path may hold. As a friend, mentor and spiritual guide, Mark has helped me, quite simply, start to do something that resonates with my soul and spirit."
– Warren J. Strudwick, Jr. M.D., - Team Physician, Oakland Raiders
"Intuitive and insightful, Mark worked with me to discover sustainable strategies in overcoming self-limiting behaviors that had become a norm in both my business and personal life."
– Danika Davis, PHR, - CEO - Northern California HR Association
"Success doesn't have to be a struggle. Mark knows how to bring out superior performance in his clients. He is masterful."
– Raz Ingrasci, - President of the Hoffman Institute
"Mark's recent presentation to the Commonwealth Club inspired our members to see the changes in their lives as opportunities and possibilities rather than as something to avoid."
– George Hammond, Chair — Humanities Forum, Commonwealth Club of California
"Mark's recent communication program to our Peernet Organization of all CEO’s taught us the power of communication and how it can positively transform the dynamics of our organizations."
– Jay Nathanson, Chairman, Peernet Group