Mark Lipp

Biography

Mark Lipp: Mark is a charismatic, well-spoken expert who has lived the life with both a brother who was an addict for almost 30 years, and a daughter who is an active heroin addict. Mark is a Robbins-Madanes “Strategic Intervention Coach”. As a Strategic Coach Mark helps people transform their lives in areas such as Business, Interpersonal Relationships, Communications, Family Issues and Transforming Yourself into what you desire.
Mark is a frequent motivational speaker to those people whose families suffer from the ongoing problem of addiction. Mark has been hailed as an honest, refreshing, emotional, and entertaining motivational speaker. He shares the most intimate details of his life, his journey, and how he came to grips with fixing his, and his families lives. Just five minutes with Mark, and you can see how his personality, knowledge, and insight to this disease from the family’s standpoint, make him a wonderful, motivating and entertaining speaker. In his new book: An Addict Within , Mark shares his journey and his innermost thoughts feelings and what it took for him to go from shame to sane, from reactive to proactive in his 8+ year journey.
Mark attended NYU and received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Music and Syracuse University where he received an MBA in Operations Management and Finance.
Mark has worked for Fortune 100 companies and has been a successful entrepreneur for over 30 years in the Cable Television industry and the music industry.
www.marklipp.com www.anaddictwithin.com

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Books

An Addict Within
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Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 82,710. Language: English. Published: October 31, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Codependency
Are you dealing with your child or a family member who is addicted to drugs and or alcohol? This book will help. It chronicles the almost 10 year journey of the life of a parent of an addict. How he and his family were on the verge of destruction and what it took to get his and his families life back in control, even when, the addict may or may not become clean.

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