Mario Teguh

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Mario Teguh
Born Sis Maryono Teguh
(1956-03-05) March 5, 1956 (age 61)
Makassar, Indonesia
Occupation
Spouse(s) Linna Susanto (m. 1995)
Children Ario Kiswinar Teguh
Audrey Teguh
Marco Teguh
Parent(s) Gozali Teguh (father)
Sitti Marwiyah (mother)
Website www.marioteguh.asia

Mario Teguh (born Sis Maryono Teguh; March 5, 1956) is an Indonesian motivational speaker and consultant. In 2010, Teguh has been listed as one of 8 Personality Changes version of newspaper Republika. Teguh had more popularity in public when he was a presenter for Mario Teguh Golden Ways in Metro TV.

Before he began his career, Teguh had been working in several banks, such as Citibank, BSB Bank, and Aspac Bank. Teguh was also establishing for his businessman Exnal Corp Jakarta where he served as CEO and senior consultant. Teguh presented a show, titled Business Art on O Channel. Teguh is one of the most expensive motivator in Indonesia.

Career[edit]

  • Citibank Indonesia (1983–1986) as Head of Sales
  • BSB Bank (1986–1989) as Manager Business Development
  • Aspac Bank (1990–1994) as Vice President Marketing & Organization Development
  • Exnal Corp Jakarta (1994–present) as CEO & Senior Consultant
    • Specialization: Business Effectiveness Consultant

Education[edit]

  • Department of Architecture New Trier West High (level SMA) in Chicago, United States, 1975.
  • Department of Linguistics and language education, Institut Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan Malang (S-1).
  • Department of International Business, Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Department of Operations Systems, Indiana University, United States, 1983 (MBA).

Books[edit]

  • Becoming a Star (2006)
  • One Million Second Chances (2006)
  • Life Changer (2009)
  • Leadership Golden Ways (2009)

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