Mark Daly: Lessons from a Renaissance man

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Luncheon Series | 4.3.18 | Sharonville Convention Center

When entrepreneur and author Mark Daly decided to start painting at age 51, he used the knowledge he gained from business, music, and life experiences to help him become a better artist. And as he developed his gift as an impressionist painter, those learnings, in return, began to shape his perspective on business, music and how he experiences life.


What You’ll Learn

In Mark Daly, Lessons from a Renaissance Man, Mark shares:

  • How to identify the things we are good at and leverage those skills to other areas of our life.
  • How to use the right and left sides of your brain, connecting business to art, and art to business, so you can get where you want to go in less time.
  • How to get more out of your life by leveraging your own unique talents.
     
Mark Daly, Headshot
Mark painting in London
Mark picking alongside Don Felder (Eagles)

 

Meet Mark

  • Mark has founded and led several highly successful healthcare companies including Patient Point, ProtoCall and Exam Room Network. He was also a top-performing brand manager for Procter & Gamble (Crest New Products).
  • He wrote 5 Steps To Board Success, a comprehensive book for developing/improving mid and small company boards, which was informed by his considerable board experience (122 years total) across a variety of industries.
  • A visionary artist, Mark is a composer of original mandolin music, recording with or opening for artists like Charlie Daniels, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The Goshorn Brothers (Pure Prairie League) and many more.  He is also a voting member of the Grammys.
  • Mark is an American impressionist painter who has won prominent awards in national juried art exhibitions. Today, he paints all over the world. His work has been featured in solo and group shows and is in many private and corporate collections, worldwide.
  • He has been an active member of the Young President’s Organization since 1992, serving as a featured speaker and resource internationally at YPO events.


 

If You Go

When: April 3, 2018, 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
What: Keynote address
Attire: Business casual
Location: Sharonville Convention Center
Who should come: Goering Center Core Members, Associate Members, Corporate Partners and anyone interested in the subject matter. Open to the public.
Cost: Members: $39; Non-Members: $99


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