About Mark Moses


Coach. Author. Speaker.



A 30-year veteran of many successful entrepreneurial ventures, 12 time Ironman finisher and business coach to some of the world’s top Entrepreneurs & CEOs, has found the formula at the heart of what people succeed in living, giving, and working.



Moses is a highly successful serial entrepreneur and top business coach who advises entrepreneurs and leaders towards extraordinary results. His firm, CEO Coaching International, coaches more than 150 entrepreneurs and CEOs in 12 countries. Mark is an effective, passionate keynote speaker who has spoken around the globe. He and his partners regularly facilitate annual and quarterly planning sessions for companies.

Moses started his first company when he was 19 years old and graduated with a business degree from Wilfred Laurier University in 1987. Since then, he has successfully built and sold two companies and has advised hundreds of others. He has been president of EO and YPO Orange County chapters and served on the Board of the Children’s Hospital of Orange County for six years. Mark has won Enst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the year award, was #1 on the list of Fastest Growing companies in Los Angeles, has been on the Inc. 5000 list 4 times including #10 and winner of the Blue Chip Enterprise award for overcoming adversity





Ceo_Web-2



An Inside Look At Mark Moses


Moses is a devoted father and enjoys spending time with his wife and family in his free time. He has completed 12 full-distance Ironman Triathlons including the Hawaii Ironman World Championship five times. He also won the U.S. National Squash Championship in 1992.


He lives life to the fullest by living a life by design and actively pursuing the 235 items on his bucket list.


A glance at Mark's bucket-list:

Writing a best-selling business book

Competing in the Great Wall Marathon in Beijing

Running the White Continent Marathon in Antarctica with his 14-year-old son

Hiking the Rim to Rim to Rim trail in the Grand Canyon

Running the Polar Circle Marathon in Greenland's Polar Ice Cap

Taking annual one-on-one trips with each of his kids

Traveling to 73 countries