Every member of LTD’s Management Group brings a unique background to the team, providing an outstanding mix of perspectives to those who want to learn more about building their own successful business.
Meet Our Management Group
Joe Markiewicz saw his professional baseball dreams end with a severe knee injury in college, but he went on to hit a home run in business.
Trained as an engineer, Joe focuses on empowering others to confidently pursue their dreams while sharing his roadmap for success.
Joe is a top advisor in the area of business culture and trends. He is passionate about business ownership, self-reliance, personal responsibility and the preservation of the American Dream.
Joe and his wife, Marybeth, have three children.
Danny Snipes started his own business with one goal — allow his wife to be a stay-at-home mom. That goal was achieved, then replaced by a drive to experience life to the fullest — a life not hampered by a traditional job schedule.
As a business coach, Danny wants to help others have successful businesses, ones that enable them to pursue a life spent with their families and business teams of their own.
Danny’s mentoring style is training individuals to reach their highest potential.
Danny and his wife, Renate, have three daughters and four grandchildren.
Doug Weir never saw himself as a business owner. But once he analyzed the value of business ownership, it made perfect sense to him. Today, he calls building his own business the ideal combination of personal benefit and fulfillment.
Doug’s leadership style focuses on teamwork to help others reach their individual financial and lifestyle goals.
Doug and his wife, Amie, have two daughters.
When presented with an opportunity to own his own business, Mike Bundy jumped at the chance to take control of his future.
Mike uses his experience building his successful business to guide other business owners to financial freedom. He typically does this through one-on-one mentorship.
Mike and his wife, Susan, have two grown children.
Jake Baker proudly served in the U.S. Marines for nearly a decade before going into the engineering field.
His commitment to the ideals he learned in the military — duty, honor, and service to others — give him a unique perspective on mentorship.
Jake also brings a taste of the Marines’ “OORAH!” bravado to share the lessons he has learned in business to provide fellow business owners a proven roadmap to a lifestyle with no money or schedule restraints.
Jake and his wife, Jackie, have two adult children.