Mark Hardcastle

Mark Hardcastle

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#StayInTheProcess

How do you respond when Fortune challenges you with difficult times? After 2 decades as an airline pilot I speak to companies and associations in a state of challenge to give them a high-energy "shot in the arm."

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Denver, CO (US)

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Mark Hardcastle
Mark Hardcastle - Motivational Speaker

Symphony Of Your Life

#StayInTheProcess

How do you respond when Fortune challenges you with difficult times? After 2 decades as an airline pilot I speak to companies and associations in a state of challenge to give them a high-energy "shot in the arm."

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from Denver, CO

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
  • Toastmasters International
Mark Hardcastle - Motivational Speaker

Mark Hardcastle

Symphony Of Your Life

#StayInTheProcess

How do you respond when Fortune challenges you with difficult times? After 2 decades as an airline pilot I speak to companies and associations in a state of challenge to give them a high-energy "shot in the arm."

Fee Range: $2,500 - $5,000
Travels from: Denver, CO

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
  • Toastmasters International

For more information about booking Mark Hardcastle,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/MarkHardcastle/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Captain’s Log: To Houston After Harvey

A “Symphony of Your Life” blog with Mark Hardcastle Captain’s Log: September 4th, 176 passengers, DEN-IAH. Since becoming a fully-fledged captain on July 7th, I’ve dealt with weather issues, maintenance delays, weather issues, VIP-related airspace closings, unruly passengers, and, by the way, weather issues. Did I mention that I’ve dealt with weather since I became…...

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Captain’s Log: You Just Never Know

A “Symphony of Your Life” blog with Mark Hardcastle Some time back at a Toastmasters Club meeting a speaker had just finished his presentation and round robin critiques were underway. Another attendee, Toastmasters World Championship Finalist Rich Hopkins rose to offer his critique: “The audience won’t care about you until they know how much you…...

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Synchronicity, Serendipity, and the Importance of Things Unseen, Conclusion

A “Symphony of Your Life” blog with Mark Hardcastle Here’s Part 3, in case you missed it… …And I heard a message with my heart as clearly as if it had come to me out loud. Dad was saying, “It’s ok. All is well.” And there, at that moment, was my beginning of peace. “All…...

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Synchronicity, Serendipity, and the Importance of Things Unseen, Part 3

A “Symphony of Your Life” blog with Mark Hardcastle Here’s Part 2, in case you missed it… …Connected events. Coincidental. But no causal relationship. Connected instead by meaning. Like, for instance, my dad and his roses. In the fall of 1989 I was living in Omaha in the first home I’d ever owned. The house…...

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Synchronicity, Serendipity, and the Importance of Things Unseen, Part 2

A “Symphony of Your Life” blog with Mark Hardcastle      In case you missed it, here’s Part 1…   …It was a good moment. But it was about to get better. Remarkably better. Dramatically better. Unbelievably, serendipitously better.   I spent my few minutes in the drum circle, then continued on my way over…...

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Synchronicity, Serendipity, and the Importance of Things Unseen, Part 1

  A “Symphony of Your Life” blog with Mark Hardcastle https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synchronicity      Two decades ago I was on a layover in New York. With some time on my hands and a lovely Sunday afternoon on which to spend it, I wandered aimlessly over to Central Park. Late in the day I heard drumming start…...

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The Doorways Worn At Sill

A “Symphony of Your Life” blog with Mark Hardcastle Many years ago one of my pilot buddies was stationed with the military in England. As was often the case, he chose to live on the local economy, and found a room he could rent from a dear old widow who was happy to have a…...

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35,000′ In the Middle of the Night

A “Symphony of Your Life” blog with Mark Hardcastle Last week I had the privilege of speaking at the Global Business Travel Association’s annual convention in Denver. As my audience, over 100 travel professionals, and I, an airline pilot, visited about restoring harmony when your world is out of tune, one of the ideas that…...

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How Big Is A Railroad Tie Part 3

A “Symphony of Your Life” blog with Mark Hardcastle Here’s Part 2… I watched as his powerful shoulders, muscles rippling with development over a lifetime of compensating for incapable legs, hauled his crippled body around the spiral staircase. To the first landing. Stop. Breathe. Then to the second landing. Breathe. And he was there. At…...

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How Big Is A Railroad Tie? Part 2

A “Symphony of Your Life” blog with Mark Hardcastle   Here’s Part 1 in case you missed it… Did any of them have to climb to the top to reap those rewards? Well, no, actually. All of those people really had to do was climb one railroad tie. Not all of them. Just one. There’s…...

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