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Differentiate Yourself at October Rise & Shine Breakfast

Mark Altman

Mark Altman, founder and trainer at MindsetGo, will present one of his many popular business coaching topics, “Differentiate Yourself – It’s You They Buy,” at the Springfield Regional Chamber’s October 2 Rise & Shine Business Breakfast.

The breakfast, sponsored by Series Sponsor, United Personnel, will be held at Crestview Country Club, 281 Shoemaker Lane, Agawam, from 7:15 – 9 a.m.

Altman’s talk will focus on how individuals and companies can stand out from the competition and increase their sphere of influence. During his interactive presentation, participants will identify the assets, characteristics and strengths that define their personal brand and learn how to articulate what makes themselves and their company unique, as well as learn how to make an enduring and inspiring impression with clients and when networking.

Altman has over two decades of experience as a sales executive and leader. He has coached and mentored Fortune 500 executives and has worked with some of the world’s most  recognizable brands to develop the next generation of business and sales leaders

In 2015, Altman launched MindsetGo, an innovative training organization focused on multi-generational, conversational and emotional intelligence. MindsetGo helps leaders, mid-level managers and teams by developing internal and external communications strategies and facilitating sustainable mindset, attitude, and habit change. In 2017, he started the MindsetGo Foundation, which helps middle and high school students build confidence and advocacy skills. Altman also hosts the weekly MindsetGo radio show and the Mindset Entrepreneur Video Podcast, which feature discussions with business leaders and entrepreneurs about what differentiates them and their company from competitors.

Altman is a native of Boston and enjoys spending time with his three active children. He has also been a passionate youth sports coach for the last 15 years, and a freelance sports reporter for the Associated Press, covering Boston Red Sox, Celtics, and Bruins home games.

The Chamber will also recognize these Member Milestones at the breakfast: Pullman & Comley for its 100th Anniversary and James Sullivan as new president and CEO of The O’Connell Companies.

Reservations are $25 in advance for Springfield Regional Chamber members ($30 at the door) and $35 for general admission ($40 at the door). Reservations can be made here.