Dr. Marshall Colt is a
fellowship-trained, widely-respected applied behavioral scientist. Degreed in physics,
telecommunications (cert.) and psychology, he's enjoyed over twenty years improving individual
Combat-decorated, he's commanded a warship,
founded three successful companies and serves on the Board of Directors of
International Performance Group, Ltd.
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impressed at breadth and depth of experience." -- P.F.
"You were fantastic. I had
quite a bit to think about after talking to you and I greatly appreciate
you taking your time and sharing your expertise with me." -- V.A.
"Thanks for meeting with me on
such short notice. I felt really great after leaving your office
Wednesday night and have been feeling great ever since." -- M.B.
walked in [your office] last night feeling confused and uncertain. I
left feeling like I had my direction back a bit (at least a game plan).
Thank you for that. I will let you know if I should need a
"tune-up" at some point. But I want you to know that
having someone you can go to in times of difficulty is a valuable thing
indeed. So thank you for that as well." -- E.C.
Colt is extremely effective at illuminating those personal and
professional issues critical to his
clients, and assisting them to better understand their strengths,
their challenges, and how to reconcile the two. I have personally
benefited from his unselfish offers expert of assistance. ...coaching is a task to which he is eminently suited. I recommend him
without reservation" -- President, Corlyx Corporation"
track record of accomplishment and results is stellar.... Dr. Colt
has been called upon many times by leaders in the military, in government,
and in business to act as a guide and mentor. He is balanced yet
incisive in encouraging people to become more personally and
professionally effective. He sets an excellent example in that
regard himself." -- B.P.
" Thanks for your help, I feel much better about myself already." -- T.C.
"Dr. Colt - Hi, I just wanted to
say thank you for our counseling session last night. I think you did
a great job, and I feel like you can really help me. I was
definitely tense and nervous, as I've never done this before, but I want
you to know that I do feel like I can trust you, and that I think that I
can become very comfortable with you. You were right when you said
that it would be hard, but I know that it won't get better without going
through the hard stuff first. I look forward to our next session....
Thanks again." -- S.K.
"...too much time is spent focused on fear, on what we
can't or won't do, on challenges we not only won't accept but don't even
look for." Kevin Acee, San Diego Union-Tribune , July