Mark LeMaster describes himself as a K-Love listenin’, Dave Ramsey recommendin’, Bulletproof Coffee drinkin’, Nebraska Football followin’, Jeep Wrangler drivin’, high handicap golfin’, God-fearin’ father, husband, and son who wants to share his failures and successes to help other men improve their relationships with their children, bringing them all closer to God.
Mark LaMaster’s mission is to offer encouragement and inspiration for men to become the fathers they’ve always dreamed of being. He believes that all dads have an incredible, God-given opportunity to make a lasting positive impact on their children, their families, and their earthly homes.
A former nurse, Mark has authored two books:
- Friday Night Lights: For Fathers and Sons, published in December 2015, is a game plan for dads to help develop their sons into the men God intended them to be.
- Friday Night Lights: For Fathers and Daughters, published in May 2018, is a guide to producing ten episodes of your own personal TV series, covering topics from faith and friendships to social media and self-image.
Mark wants to make sure each and every dad out there has access to positive, encouraging, and faith-filled resources about how to be the best parent they can be. He seeks to build a sense of community among like-minded fathers who want to learn from, strengthen, and support one another in a space free of judgment or criticism. Mark creates faith-filled fatherhood resources because the Bible has instructed us (dads) to help one another along on our earthly journey while we look with hope to our ultimate destination: heaven.
Mark lives in Minnesota with his beautiful bride, Jen, and two amazing children, Hannah and Lincoln.
Mark LaMaster Show Notes
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What did you do before you became a MaturePreneur?
Did you have to go to school longer to get to be a helicopter nurse?
Are you still a helicopter nurse or are you doing something different?
Let’s talk about what you are doing now and why you’re a MaturePreneur?
When you say you have a space for them to talk about it, do you have a forum?
Once you started your venture, what was the most successful ideas you implemented for your business?
Is your goal to stop nursing and do this or are you content nursing as well?
What was your least successful idea and how did you change tactics to fix it?
What is the most important advice someone has given to you?
After you began is there anything that catapulted you to the next level of your business?
Did you come up against any resistance from family or friends and if you did, what did you do to overcome it?
Did you listen to him, or did someone say that you didn’t have to take out those chapters?
Is there any advice you could give to someone starting out their venture?
What is the biggest problem that you see in the entrepreneurial space at the moment?