Mark Levit

I believe everyone has the right to work at a job they enjoy
You're a teacher. I'm a teacher. The world is better when we're all teachers.

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1 Habit For Entrepreneurial Success – International #1 Best Seller

What separates struggling small business owners from the powerfully rich? CEO's who seems to have everything working in their favor. They both embody Entrepreneurial Spirits, but one has superior HABITS. Little shifts from mindset to management skills can create stronger leadership, increased revenue, and ultimately serve a bigger impact.

To achieve unimaginable business success and financial wealth, you have to change your Habits to reach the upper echelons of Entrepreneurship.
You must develop a Positive Habitual Entrepreneur Mindset, a way of thinking that comes from learning the best Entrepreneurs' vital lessons.

1 Habit™ for Entrepreneurial Success brought together some of the greatest Entrepreneurial Minds on the Planet and asked them each two simple questions. What is the 1 Habit that has had the most significant impact on your life? What was the 1 un-Habit you needed to get rid of to clear your pathway to success? This book is the result, and the Magic is all you need is 1 Habit to change your life Forever!

 

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Everybody must teach.

Mark Levit
I've been interested in careers and corporations since my teens. Throughout college, I spent free time in the business reference section of the university's library where I conducted research. [I know, a little dorky.] After graduation and following a few lesser jobs, I was transferred to New York by an internationally renowned advertising agency. I worked with a lot of great executives from well-known multinational corporations there. Many of the executives I worked with and for, took a special interest in me for which I’ll be eternally grateful. Through close observation, I studied their executive and middle-management interactions, corporate structures, company cultures, and how they "really" advanced their careers. Eventually, I left the big agency life and became Managing Partner of a smaller “boutique” advertising agency where I always made it a point to employ 2 or 3 interns and, if they showed interest, I'd mentor each and assign "real work" from which they could learn instead of treating them like so many others — asking them to file papers or fetch coffee. Many of our interns arranged with their professors for me to present, as a guest speaker, to groups of students. I spoke at Pace, Hofstra, New York Universities, and a few others.  To my surprise, in 1995, New York University asked me to teach some classes. NYU’s classrooms are where I learned students and mid-career professionals needed what I had a knack for, sharing what I know about launching and advancing careers without the guidance of "career coaches." See, career coaches After moving to South Florida in 2007, I taught and spoke at the University of Miami, Nova Southeastern University, and Broward College.   Today, I teach unconventional career strategies because the tried and true no longer work effectively. So-called "career coaches" provide antiquated advice. I was a hiring manager all my career--the executive who can actually say, "You're hired." I like strong coffee, live theater, and I love my wife.