Can you imagine how much harder it was to create a movement fifty years ago? No email. No cell phones. No social networks. Just think about the leg work that went into gathering ten people to do anything, much less a thousand.Read More
Lily Clayton Hansen and Marcus Whitney discuss about the process of becoming an author and how taking twice as long to finish his book benefitted the final product. He also discusses the importance of embracing failure as no entrepreneurial journey comes without pain.Read More
This episode’s guest on #MWL is Susanne Tedrick. We talk about issues keeping women of color out of tech, how people can be allies to women of color, and how to grow and develop your network.Read More
This episode’s guest on #MWL is Ashley Brooke James. We talk about overall health during the quarantine (including wellness vs. fitness), mental health, and what tools and resources are being utilized to maintain mental clarity.Read More
This is the decision point. This is the time to act from your gut. This is your hero’s journey.
What do you stand for?
For so many right now, what holds them back is their ego. It’s useless, but it’s what they are clinging to.Read More
This episode’s guest on #MWL is Danielle McGee, we talk about her Black Business Boom RISE (Results. Increase. Sales. Engagement.) System, the new directory she has created for Nashville Black-owned businesses and the state of the world.Read More
Today on #MWL, I talk to David C. Baker, who joins me to talk about his entrepreneurial journey, his fifth book, “Business of Expertise,” and his next book on the way, about the tradecraft of being a great advisor.Read More
Marcus Whitney calls on Nashville’s health care leaders to acknowledge the systemic racism that has contributed to the industry’s significant wealth and to begin work to diversify its leadership to “reflect the employees and communities it serves.”Read More