Mark Porteous

Biography

For the past decade, Mark Porteous has been selling cable services door-to-door for the local cable company. A natural salesman, Mark relied on his ability to provide excellent customer service to become a top sales rep year after year. Competing against talented veteran cable sales reps, Mark's first recognition was the Rising Star Award. In the following years, he won several annual trips to Jamaica, the Bahamas, and Mexico.

While building a very successful career, he often felt like his work conflicted with his spiritual growth. Like sports, sales is a very competitive field. Players are not always ethical in their pursuit of success. Mark wondered how he could grow spiritually when surrounded by individuals who claimed to be religious, but followed their own rules when it came to work.

By changing his perspective, he was able to see opportunities he could find nowhere else. Beyond the freedom to set his own schedule and excellent income potential, his job offered him a chance to prove to himself that he could be successful and ethical in a world normally perceived as self-serving and egotistical. It was the perfect training grounds to achieve his goal of living a spiritual existence in our modern society.

In The Human Experience, Mark shares his formula for attaining success, while living and working in a virtuous manner. He also shares his personal understanding of manifestation and how to create the joyous life you have always wanted to live.

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Books

The Human Experience
Price: $9.95 USD. Words: 27,270. Language: English. Published: September 8, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Spiritual awakening
Caught in the stress-filled maze of the human rat-race, my hunger for spiritual truth lead me to discover my higher purpose and a state of joy for life as an ordinary human being on a path to enlightenment. In 'The Human Experience', I explain how I found my purpose for life on Earth and how I am fulfilling it.

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