Welcome to the eighty-first episode of the Heart + Hustle podcast. We’re talking to Mario Garcia, a results-oriented life coach and motivational speaker. Mario shares how he found his calling as a life coach, why he believes in results as a measure of success, and why people need to stop making excuses.
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About Mario Garcia:
Mario A. Garcia is a Strategic Intervention, Peak Performance & Business Results Coach. He is certified in "Strategic Intervention & Leadership” by Neuro Strategic Coaching Institute; an accredited ACSTH International Coaching Federation (ICF) institution. He received his Neuro Strategies Certification from Neuro Strategies International (NSI). Mario is also a graduate of the Robbins Research International’s (RRI) rigorous Coaching Academy.
Mario’s passion for serving others and ability to assist individuals to discover the best versions of themselves is what makes him an effective coach. Utilizing the world’s best tools, strategies, and teachings to bring positive results to create lasting change.
His background and experience includes: International Consumer/Online marketing for a multi million dollar company. As a marketing expert, he spearheaded massive email campaigns, triggers and analytics. Additionally, Mario’s experience in International Operations for Latin America included: providing service and support to Mexico, Argentina & Colombia. Mario’s business career in real estate includes real estate loan origination, and is certified and licensed as a residential and commercial property home inspector. Mario currently resides in Miami, FL with his fiancé and 2 children.
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"If you don't bring value, you can't compare yourself to others." Mario Garcia