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Marc Hoffman: POSTPONED How My Failures with LD Led to Success in Life

April 1, 2020 @ 7:00 pm
O'Brien Auditorium, East Academic Building, Landmark College
19 River Road South
Chris Lenois

Our greatest achievements often come after our biggest disappointments. Marc Hoffman knows this better than most because he’s experienced setback after setback with his learning differences (LD) of dyslexia and ADHD. But once he learned that failure was a necessary part of his journey to success, his path led to him becoming a successful entrepreneur. Join him for this eye-opening discussion as he recounts what he learned from his early struggles with learning differences and how it led to success in college, business, and life.

Marc L. Hoffman is a education entrepreneur, motivational speaker, and educational therapist, and national advocate in the LD community. Through his speeches, seminars, workshops, and one-on-one engagements, he shares his vision of success for anyone with LD.

Marc has harnessed his unique insights as a dyslexic learner and clinical training to build a series of education companies that inspire, teach, and advocate for children of all ages and from all walks of life—both with and without LD.

He is the founder of the Hoffman Educational Group, offering customized one-on-one academic coaching, tutoring, and educational advocacy services for secondary school students and their families. He is also President of Strong Start Early Learning Center.

In addition, Marc served as Chairman of the Board of Eye to Eye, the national nonprofit mentoring movement that matches school-aged students labeled with learning and attention challenges with similarly labeled high school and college students. He also was on the board of Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, Inc.