Daryn Ray Clark
Anyone who starts a company for a hundred and fifty bucks total out-of-pocket expense, and then proceeds to collect $42 Million in revenues understands the work and rewards that Daryn Clark has put into and gotten from Southern Ingenuity, Inc. This company was born of a calling to help others, and being able to do so in such an exemplary fashion, he attracted consumers of their services quickly and constantly. Once they find Clark’s service business they remain for an average of 13 years. Reaching 145 employees in 2010, Clark’s initial company, Southern Ingenuity, Inc., remains a leader in services to the aging and the developmentally disabled in Louisiana, and Daryn stands ready to help you.
Daryn Clark brings the same principles and spirit to his venture What’s YOUR fight?. Clark’s Masters Degree, martial arts black belts and Mixed Martial Arts Conditioning Coach Certification bring health, life, conditioning information and workouts via: whatsyourfight.com to the web. Clark understands the importance of forming strategic alliances and has done so with some great fighters and writers that travel the world and feed his site unique and exclusive stories.
What’s YOUR Fight? is a division of Daryn Clark, Inc., which is also the hub of his consulting business. Daryn offers consulting to businesses and life coaching to individuals via his website DarynClark.com. If you never ask the question you may never know the answer and this site is a great place to ask your questions.
A marriage and family counselor by education, Clark finds that helping others is not only great for the community and the country, but is a great career and business. When one does what they love and they do it with all their being, people see it, like it and come on board as long-term customers and friends. The fact that one can provide fantastic services that help people while sustaining a healthy business, lets Clark enjoy a career that is a win/win situation for all.
Daryn will tell you reaching 25 years of marriage and raising three children is the greatest education he’s received to date, and this family man has never let the companies he owns run his life. “I work to live…I don’t live to work” is a motto that keeps him grounded in family.
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