Ordinary Men Extraordinary Results • 11m
Marek Rudak is an ICF credentialed coach on a mission to help Catholic men become the type of leaders that everyone wants to follow.
He was born in communist Poland and lost his dad at a young age.
When his mom remarried, at age fourteen, Marek moved to the United
States. Feeling like he was the fifth wheel in his new family led him
toward a desire to control. He focused on earning his worth through
Marek graduated in the top 10% of his class at West Point and became
a Ranger in the 82nd Airborne Division, where he deployed to Iraq and
Upon separating from the Army, Marek went with the highest paying
job he could find, ExxonMobil, where he worked on multi-billion-dollar
projects all over the world for ten years.
A tough divorce led Marek to a lot of soul searching and multiple life
changes. After meeting the love of his life, Marek decided to quit his
job and commit himself to coaching full-time.
Currently, Marek provides on-demand Executive coaching as a benefit
to C-Suite Leaders and their teams nationally and internationally for
companies like Zillow Group, Autodesk, Pinterest, Marriott, Chipotle,
Evernote, IBM, Linkedin, Dollar Shave Club, and Comcast.
In 2020 he published a #1 Amazon New Release in Christian Dating,
"The Love Driven Man." To order your copy, please click on the
following link: https://www.amazon.com/Love-Driven-Man-matters-eternally/dp/1734609516
If you have any questions about servant leadership or your particular
situation, you can schedule a complimentary call with Marek by
clicking on the following link: https://calendly.com/marekrudak/15min
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