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About Overcoming Toxic People

Author and founder of Overcoming Toxic People, Daniel Mark Schwartz is an active life coach and specialist consulting individuals, businesses, organizations, and religious institutions throughout the USA. His primary focus is optimizing organizations and individuals in the face of narcissists, sociopaths, psychopaths, and other toxic people.

Daniel accepts clients are dedicated to optimizing their own potential through overcoming the adversity in their life. Likewise, he offers support to organizations seeking to build a resilient and effective professional environment. He supports individuals as well as organizations with any number of employees.

Through his website Overcoming Toxic People, Daniel authors and teaches numerous articles, books, courses, and trainings with the specific goal of thriving in the face of difficult people.

Daniel has developed a uniquely pragmatic and multifaceted approach to dealing with toxic individuals. His methods are results-oriented, and emphasize individual responsibility for making our homes, schools, and workplaces better places. With a wide range of tools ranging from traditional psychology to uncommon introspective practices from around the world, he has something that will work for any situation.

Dealing with difficult people is a form of leadership that Daniel has been developing from a young age. From Eagle Scout to college club president in his youth, later taking on various leadership roles in the United States Air Force, then in the civilian world as a business consultant and Olympian Life Coach.

Daniel’s mission is to make good people even better. Trauma is a fact of life, and difficult toxic people are never going to disappear. But what makes the future a bright place is when those of us who volunteer to make things right develop the knowledge and skills necessary to overcome our own weaknesses and offer up a new vision to the whole of humanity. True leadership means being the way, rather than showing the way.