Mark J. Lindquist has appeared in ABC's LOST, CBS' Hawaii Five-O and the Universal Studios movie "Battleship." He is a world-touring entertainer who has performed live for over 3 million people in 22 countries and 44 states throughout his career. As a highly sought-after National Anthem singer, he performs for the largest crowds in America on Monday and Thursday Night Football and many NFL teams as well as the NBA, MLB and the NCAA.He speaks for and consults Fortune 100 companies like McDonald’s, Starbucks, Walmart, Microsoft and IBM. Mark is a former Sergeant in the United States Air Force and an Afghanistan War Veteran who currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona.Recently, has dedicated his time, energy and passion to helping military Veterans by creating Vet House - a group of veterans & entertainers raising money and awareness for veteran issues through virtual and in person performances in a Bob Hope-esque style show.View the profile
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00:05 About the speaker
02:40 Motivational speaking business
05:00 The speaker’s experience
09:40 Interaction with the audience
14:15 Wisdom and knowledge
21:45 Declare the goal
24:50 The best business consultant in America
Next up he is a world touring Entertainer who has performed live for over 3 million people in 22 countries and 44 States throughout his career. He has dedicated his time energy and passion helping military veterans by creating that house a group of Veteran and entertainers raising money and awareness for veterans issues through virtual and in-person performances in a Bob Hope Estelle show. Give it up for Mark Lindquist somebody maybe for Mobile Pro or
somebody, Can you hear me Paul Paul? Can you hear me? Okay, ladies and gentlemen, my name is Mark J Lindquist my motivational speaker. I'm an entertainer of a performer. I'm holding this microphone in my one-bedroom apartment in Phoenix, Arizona because I'm a performer and once this this whole thing happened, I had 39 events come off my calendar for the spring and I'm missing people I'm missing applies. I'm missing performance. So here I am doing what I can to bring back that old feeling of being alive in an audience here.
I tell you what being a motivational speaker travels 300 days a year. It's kind of a funny profession. By the way. I got some quarantine hair don't care. I also this morning I showered I mean I shower during quarantined quite often, but I have it. I don't shave Austin in this morning after I shaved I found it there was a pimple and I figured that now would be the right opportunity to to just you know, make sure that I'm good for the cat won't get all the shine there and take care of that right now. He's my buddy. Turkish Durk States, you're just so
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