“Wise and practical, clearly, and forcefully, Mark Bryan’s work is an eloquent guide.”

Les Havens, M.D,

Chair of Psychiatry

Harvard Medical School

Mark Bryan has researched, published, and delivered successful interventions that inspire creative expression, improve competitive advantage, and support self-development and family cohesion.


Mark has often been asked to help a client:

  • Transition from one career or life phase into another

  • Jump-start or support a creative project.

  • Transition an early creative success into a creative career.

  • Understand Mark's three-prong model of creativity.

  • Explain why creativity and innovation are not the same.

  • Advise scientists and business executive on startup strategy.

  • Intervene and manage family recovery from addiction, divorce, or other marital crisis

  • Leverage (or cope with) sudden success, wealth, or fame

  • Reframe failures, leverage strengths, and improve self-awareness.

Our Approach

DISCOVERY Develop behavioral assessments, client history, goals,

and priorities and discover areas of struggle, opportunity, and strengths

STRATEGY Develop success strategy, leverage individual talents, and

apply motivation techniques to induce change, growth, and recovery

ON-GOING SUCCESS Create framework for retaining

accountability, incentives, and degree of on-going support through

continued interaction


maintain energy for change

COMPLETION Celebrate gains, review losses, and conclude with

meaningful results in place

Mark’s coaching in innovation, creativity, and strategy has been commended by:

  • Linda Powell, PhD, professor of psychology and education, Columbia University

  • Les Havens, M.D Chair of Psychiatry -Harvard Medical School

  • Martin Scorsese, Filmmaker

  • Elizabeth Jetton, Chairwoman of the 30,000 member Financial Managers Association

  • John Bradshaw, Author, PBS Host

  • Julia Cameron, Writer and Artist, Co-Founder with Mark of The Artist’s Way Workshops

  • Oprah Winfrey Talk Show Host & Chairman, OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network.) Oprah listed Mark’s work as one of the 15 greatest lessons during the 25 years she hosted the Oprah show.