Architecting Magic and Trust - Interview with Mark Stuart - EP 32
What’s the connection between leadership, trust, and magic? What happens when we, as leaders, create more space for magic? Who better to discuss these questions with than the Architect of Magic himself, Mark Stuart? So that’s just what we did! Mark is the Founder and Executive Artistic Director of Mark Stuart Dance Theatre. Mark’s award-winning choreography and performances have been featured on Broadway, in films, commercials, and in print. He served as the Associate Choreographer of BANDSTAND on Broadway (recognized with the TONY Award for Best Choreography) and he created, directed, and choreographed the award nominated Off-Broadway dance-musical STANDARD TIME: When Change Comes. Mark is a coach for Seth Godin’s altMBA and is a four-time Director of the World Musical Concert series at Tokyo’s world famous Theatre Orb. We enjoyed a magical conversation with Mark where we talked about how trust is like the game of Jenga, how hard discussions are vulnerable discussions and how these build a resilient community, the one question that has helped Mark trust in himself and that gave him the freedom to think differently, and much more. If you’re interested in leading in a way that creates opportunities where what previously was thought impossible becomes possible, then you’ll want to listen to this interview with Mark Stuart! ----------- Show Notes: Mark Stuart on Instagram Mark’s email Frankie Manning Hinton Battle Teaser video of STANDARD TIME: When Change Comes Sponsored by: Spotlight Trust From the co-founders of Spotlight Trust comes the new book The Future Is Trust: Embracing the Era of Trust-Centered Leadership. The book will be released in Spring 2021. For more info, sneak peeks, pre-order specials, and more, visit: thefutureistrust.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/in-trust/message
Developing Defensemen and Leadership with Mark Stuart, NHL veteran & Asst. Coach UVM
Mark Stuart played over 800 professional games including 673 in the NHL. He was a 1st Round pick to the Boston Bruins and served as a captain with the Winnipeg Jets for 4 seasons.Mark played in the NCAA at Colorado College serving as team captain and honored as the WCHA Defensive Player of the Year and All-American. His International experience includes representing Team USA 5 times winning a gold medal at U18 and WJ championships as well as serving as captain of the men’s team. After retiring from his playing career, Mark served as the Team Services Manager for the Manitoba Moose in the AHL and now, coming full circle, he is back in college as the Volunteer Coach with the University of Vermont. We talk about mindset, leadership, and developing defensemen.For more content on player development and leadership, visit www.tjmanastersky.com
106: How God Takes Your Struggles and Shame and Transforms Them Into Significance (Mark Stuart of Audio Adrenaline)
Mark Stuart, lead singer for the Christian rock band Audio Adrenaline joins Men Unplugged host, Jeff Jerina, to share life lessons from his past, trials the Lord has delivered him from, and ultimately how when you feel abandoned by God, He's still there, taken you into deep waters, to do something new and better, something that will move you into a life of significance and purpose. Key Resources and Points: Men of God, visit MenUnplugged.net/Success to reserve your spot by April 21st for the next Men Unplugged prayer call on April 23, 2020. Get the best Identity Theft Protection for you and / or your family with an exclusive 33% discount with one of Men Unplugged partners. Visit https://MenUnplugged.net/id and signup today for an individual or family plan. To join the Men Unplugged email list and receive a FREE digital copy of one of Jeff Jerina's book, visit MenUnplugged.net/Email Read Show Notes Here: https://MenUnplugged.net/podcast/mark-stuart
You probably know Mark Stuart as the lead singer of the massively successful band Audio Adrenaline. But he’s also a husband, a father, a new author, a divorcee, and a man deeply in love with the nation of Haiti. And, he lives in an RV….Audio Adrenaline and The Normals, my first band, were actually label-mates around the turn of the century. Obviously, they were a huge success and we, we were not. The paths of our two bands rarely crossed. But I can tell you, the few times we did connect, we would ALWAYS walk away talking about how incredibly kind they were. I see after this conversation, that we were surely correct.What might be the most surprising, though, is how the band ended and what Mark’s like looked like afterwards. This is a story of a guy who lost everything, and how that’s where God met him. Mark is a passionate, honest guy with a renewed lease on life.I loved getting to connect with Mark and I hope you find this as encouraging and eye-opening as it was for me.For more info on Ben, check out his website:https://www.markstuartmedia.com/Or get his book on Amazon:https://www.amazon.com/dp/1400213290?tag=nelsonbooks-20Andrew's links:http://www.andrewosenga.com/ https://www.everybodypivots.com/--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-pivot/support
It was truly an honor to sit down with Audio Adrenaline front man Mark Stuart to talk about his journey of losing everything only to discover that God had an even greater purpose and destiny waiting for him to step into on the other side of that valley. You'll be both challenged and encouraged by this honest, vulnerable, and hopeful conversation. For additional show notes, visit ShaunTabatt.com/338. The Shaun Tabatt Show is part of the Destiny Image Podcast Network.
Whoa, y’all. That was a dream episode, right there! Such a pleasure to interview two of our heroes, Stacey Earle and Mark Stuart.The Long Ride Gear Guide reviews The Kytone Pot’Cho.Your creative prompt for Episode 5 is One Day Closer. I just love this song. Make a picture, write a poem, create a cocktail - anything inspired by One Day Closer. You’re creative. We just know it. Prove it, by sharing your creations with us by using #ponycast on Facebook and Instagram!Massive thanks to our show sponsors - Leuchtturm 1917 and The Russell Nashville hotel.All of the live audio from The Bowery Vault was recorded with a single Ear Trumpet Labs Myrtle microphone. Pretty amazing, huh?For extended content and a few special behind the scenes pieces, check out our patreon- you can sign up for just a buck.Thanks for tuning in. We’d love for you to leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps us get this content to more people. We appreciate you!
Lead singer of Audio Adrenaline, Mark Stuart, has been a major force in the Christian music industry since the early 90’s. He joins the boys for an interview about his time in one of the biggest Christian rock bands of all time. He also discusses losing his voice and having to find purpose in life when he felt like his purpose was singing in a rock band. Don’t censor us and bloom into some kind of zombie underdog while being lifted worldwide until my heart caves in today. To learn more about Mark, go to www.markstuartmedia.com. To support the podcast, go to our patreon page here: www.patreon.com/nymchristianpodcast Don't forget to subscribe, share, and give us a nice review. www.nymchristianpodcast.com www.facebook.com/nymchristianpodcast www.twitter.com/nymchristianpod www.instagram.com/nymchristianpodcast www.therevivedmusic.com www.impactchurchmd.com www.cityonahillmd.org --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nymchristianpodcast/support
Shine.FM Momcast #22: Losing My Voice To Find It with Guest Mark Stuart
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Join Shine.FM's Heather Erbe as she welcomes Mark Stuart. Mark was the lead singer of the rock band Audio Adrenaline in the 90's. Mark was diagnosed with spasmodic dysphonia, which causes involuntary spasms of the muscles around the larynx. He was unable to sing anymore. Mark tells Heather his story of how losing his voice actually helped him find it. Here's where you can get Mark's book "Losing My Voice To Find It" You can also get more info on Mark's ministry in Haiti here.