Who would have imagined that one man’s dream of being able to give his parents the life they deserved could lead to the birth of an organization that impacted thousands of lives in the process? That man was Kelvin Lim. Having worked with the late Thomas Leonard (widely known as the Father of Coaching) and inspired by what coaching could do for people, Kelvin quickly became Southeast Asia’s first Master Coach in 2005. He sat on the Ethics and Standards Board of the International Coach Federation in its formative years and developed the technology to train coaches. At the same time, he had found a way to impact a person at a very deep level in order to give them the capacity for greatness. Through years of working with masters in human dynamics and human kinetics, today the Live Your Mark TruSelf™ Programs offer the right developmental impact for a person at each stage of their evolution.
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THE LIVE YOUR MARK LOGO
The Live Your Mark Logo combines the concepts of the labyrinth and the thumbprint. The labyrinth is a symbolic form of pilgrimage and metaphor for an inward search – beginning with one’s journey from an opening (birth), to the center to find one’s Self (enlightenment) before going out to the world again. The thumbprint is a symbol for one’s identity and existence, which is addressed in our search for the answer to the person, “Who am I?” and subsequently, “Why am I here?” In our Work, the spiral is a symbol of evolution. It is a reminder of the space-time continuum we live in, and that while the Path has its past, present and future, we are the manifestation of our eternal pledge:
Miracles for people.
Be your truest self.
Always take the higher path.
“The ‘Labyprint’, as I call it, came to me in a dream. I saw how people didn’t know who they were, really… and they tried to find themselves everywhere – in their jobs, in their relationships and their environments… everywhere except in themselves. That’s the last place they ever look. And I had just watched the movie, ‘Labyrinth’ with some friends. It was a metaphor for finding yourself and getting lost in the maze of life. One night I was sleeping and I saw the thumbprint, which represents a person’s identity, and the labyrinth come together in a mandala-like symbol that formed the initials ECI, and I knew that was it. That was our logo.”