It’s Not Your Fault, But It’s Your Responsibility Note: This week’s edition is a little heady. I had a bit of a rollercoaster week energetically, and really wasn’t sure where I was going to land. I like where I did, but it’s heady. So apologies if it goes over yours, I’m definitely not trying to.…

Read More

In this episode, Marcus was invited to speak to the InFlight class at the Nashville Entrepreneur Center, a Nashville based organization that helps full-time founders in the early startup stage to significantly grow their business. Here, Marcus drops gems and major knowledge on starting a business by telling fresh start entrepreneurs how he did it.…

Read More

Thank you. Before I dig in for the week, I just want to thank you for subscribing to my weekly notes and for those of you who have reached out directly afterwards, a special thanks. I didn’t know when I started back writing how important The Grind would become in my life, but you are…

Read More

In this episode, I sit down with creative genius and serial entrepreneur, Jacob Jones. Co-Creator of Electric Western’s “Motown Mondays”, storyteller at Stoked, a staple in Nashville night life, the original Creative Director of the Create + Orchestrate video series (w/ me), and real estate agent! He tells his compelling story in entrepreneurship from music…

Read More

Slow down. Better yet, stop. Sunday morning I woke up and felt like I had a hangover. Only thing was, I didn’t have a drop of alcohol the night before. I haven’t had any for almost four months. I felt that way because my body is tired to the bone. I came into this year…

Read More

In this episode, I sit down with serial entrepreneur Jason Ridgel. From founder & CEO in multiple health care companies to owner of a new premium whiskey “Guidance”, Jason seems to have done it all. We talk about how he was able to develop multiple businesses over the course of 10+ years. Listen to “#CreativePower…

Read More

There are worse things. Last week was one of the most transformational weeks of my entire life. My first son is, undoubtedly, the catalyst for the person I have become over the last twenty years. It was his existence that drove me to get real with myself, become self-disciplined and make real progress in my…

Read More