About Mark Brown: 1995 World Champion of Public Speaking

Mark Brown World Champion of Public SpeakingMark Brown

Mark Brown during a National Speakers Association Interview with Diane Bogino. (5:26 minutes)

Inspiring interview on the value of mentoring, his work with Youth, working with other speakers, and the  Some of the points discussed…

  • Youth…Reach people where they are…
  • Referrals…Tell a friend, tell a friend, tell a friend…
  • Mentoring…Exponential growth can be achieved with a mentor. Mentoring is a cycle. All who are successful need to give back to those who are eager to learn.
  • Collaborations…Has it’s place. Sometimes you validate your self and the other person. Can sometimes bring something special to the audience when
  • Transitions…When one starts their life over, you must have a good work ethic and a vision. Maintain integrity, be of good character, and show that you are worthy of respect.

See Mark Brown May 16 & 17, 2014
in Loveland, Colorado at the
District 26 Toastmasters
2014 Spring Conference!

Embassy Suites – Loveland
4705 Clydesdale Pkwy
Loveland, CO 80538
Hotel Reservations: 970-593-6200

Conference Flier <Click here for pdf>


Mark Brown: 1995 World Champion of Public Speaking promo video

Mark Brown World Champion of Public SpeakingMark Brown is a dynamic speaker whose unique blend of insight and humor leaves his audiences entertained, uplifted, and inspired. Originally from Kingston, Jamaica, he incorporates “everyday things of life” into his powerful presentations. His unique style has delighted audiences from Bahrain to Boston.Among his accomplishments are a 1995 Harlem YMCA Black Achievers Award, a 1996 National Association of Negro Musicians Service Award, and a 1999 Emmy nomination for the PBS special “Words Count with Mark Brown.”“Mark Brown’s purpose is threefold: to touch your head and make you think, to touch your heart and make you feel, to touch your hands and make you act.”Source: World Champion Resources

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