This program takes Mark’s philosophy of being “your own personal Rockstar” to a completely new level! This is a 6 or 12-month program with Mark delivering a new customized short video module each month that Mark calls a “burst of motivation”! The modules would be co-designed with your client to support any messaging that they want to get out to their team and/or to build upon the themes of Mark’s keynote. They would be able to display the videos on their internal website, email them to each employee individually, show them at team meetings, and/or post them on social media…however they would like to use them.
If ROCKSTAR in Residence is booked in conjunction with a keynote, Mark will introduce it at the close of his presentation. If it is booked as a stand-alone program, Mark will join a virtual team meeting live or provide a pre-recorded message at no additional cost to introduce the program and get everyone pumped up. The idea for the program came from a testimonial sent by a meeting planner who had booked Mark for a virtual keynote. She wrote: “We could all use a regular dose of Mark!” That is especially true during the pandemic and got us thinking about how we could deliver that “regular dose of Mark”…and ROCKSTAR in Residence was born.
Professional musician Mark Schulman enters the huddle with podcaster Gus Frerotte. On this episode, Mark talks about his time with Cher and P!nk, his connection with sports, being raised by English professors, and with what we can do in order to view quarantine as an opportunity during the COVID-19 crisis.
Like any field, mastering performance at a world-class level – isn’t about faking it. Or just putting a show. It’s about choosing your state, harnessing your energy, committing to a lifetime of consistency, showing up and leaving everything you’ve got in the arena.
Attitude is the single most important internal tool you have to shape every aspect of your life.
To maximize the power of that tool, it needs to be sharp, you need to know exactly how to use it, and you need to practice with it to bring out its power.
Please begin by taking just a moment to answer this question: What is attitude?
Last November we performed with Pink on the American Music Awards. Pink is known for performing aerial stunts that are truly inimitable as she sings live, refusing to ever lip sync! On the AMAs, Pink did something unprecedented even for her. She performed 200 feet above the ground on suspended cables pushing off the side of the glass J.W. Marriott building in downtown LA! This created an effect of gravity defiance. It looked magical; it also looked scary as hell! It turns out that it was: