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Mark A. Bryan is an educator, executive coach, and consultant with extensive international experience helping clients invent new products and processes in Entertainment, the Fine Arts, Business, and Science. He earned his masters in human development and psychology at Harvard University and was a sponsor and member of the Dialogue Project at the Sloan School of Management at MIT.
Mark developed the highly regarded processes for creativity and corporate innovation now known as “The Artist’s Way” and “The Artist’s Way at Work: Riding the Dragon;” he co-authored the books based on this work and is a popular speaker and seminar leader on creative leadership, innovation, organizational development, creativity, family relationships, and talent management. Mark’s books have sold 3 million copies in 20 languages.
Mark is also the author of several best-selling books on family dynamics; these include The Prodigal Father: Reuniting Fathers and Their Children and Codes of Love: How to Rethink Your Family and Remake Your Life, and Money Drunk/Money Sober. When Oprah ended her network talk show she chose Mark’s work with families as one of her 15 greatest lessons in 25 years on television.
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