Chis’mere Mallard was recently featured on Reuters and other major online media outlets, including Morningstar, Yahoo Finance, MarketWatch and CNBC.com and many others.
McAllen, TX March 4, 2016 – A feature story about Chis’mere Mallard was recently seen on Reuters as well as the other major online publications such as CNBC.com, MarketWatch, Yahoo Finance, AP Newsroom.com, and many others.
While currently a certified Speaker, Trainer and Coach with Author and Leadership Expert John Maxwell and Les Brown, Chis’mere has his sights set on bringing his own unique message to the masses with his first book, Quit Quitting. One of his themes is a discussion of why people quit when they’re frustrated by failure on their first attempt – often a result of naysayers telling them their goals are too big to achieve. The author’s call to action is about how to effectively “quit quitting,” how to refuse to give up and the importance of developing a success-oriented mindset that flows from the subconscious to the conscious mind.
His passion for sharing his zest for life and positive attitude by motivating others to achieve success has made him an invaluable asset as a speaker to students of all ages at schools and colleges. His success as an entrepreneur has translated naturally to more engagements to young aspiring entrepreneurs of like mind. Schools he has spoken at include the Covenant Christian Academy and South Texas College. His most recent entrepreneur-filled engagement was a group at University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. His success on this circuit – and his goal to expand to one-on-one coaching – has led to the creation of his life coaching and inspirational speaking company Chis’mere Mallard, LLC.
“In a nutshell, my purpose is about four essential things,” he says. “While some leave liabilities, I want to leave a legacy. Second, I aim to inspire others to pursue their dreams with passion. Third is entrepreneurship, growing my own businesses so that I can use my knowledge and experience to help others grow theirs. Finally, I am dedicated to giving back at all costs. Philanthropy ties in with my overall mission to inspire people. Behind all of those principles is the power of faith in my life. Whether you are a person of faith or not, you have to believe you can accomplish what you set out to. You have to rely on your passion, dreams and your WHY – as in, Why are you doing this? Everything comes down to faith and purpose.”
Read the article in full: http://www.reuters.com/article/chismere-mallard-llc-idUSnPn24WMWT%2B8f%2BPRN20160210