Marcus Whitney sits down with Mitch Joel at the Six Pixels of Separation Podcast and discuss creative entrepreneurship. Marcus Whitney is a serial entrepreneur, innovator, speaker and bestselling author.Read More
Here’s a success story of an entrepreneur that spans such a range that I can only refer to it as cinematic. That is, if you could convince anyone to fund the picture. Most production companies would feel uncomfortable getting behind a story that reads like an entrepreneurial fairy-tale. At first glance, it doesn’t seem like a gritty e-commerce journey.Read More
When Marcus Whitney dropped out of college, moved to Nashville and started waiting tables, it was probably hard to imagine a path that would end up with him as an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker and bestselling author. And yet, through hard work, dedication and a little bit of luck, that is exactly where he ended up.Read More
Marcus Whitney sits down with Chris Brogan on The Backpack about his journey with entrepreneurship and his book Create and Orchestrate.
Marcus also talks about some of his failures and lessons he has learned as an entrepreneur.Read More
Patrick Butler of Knowledge Without College podcast sits down with Marcus Whitney.
Marcus Whitney demystifies much of what keeps people from pursuing entrepreneurship and explains why it’s the only vocation that allows you to control your time by using your creativity.Read More
Dan Blank of WeGrowMedia sits down with Marcus Whitney and discuss how to claim your creative power.
Whitney also talks about how there are two critical sides to create something whether that is a book or a business. The first one is inspiration. The second one is specific tactics and philosophies to make creative work central your life to ensure it turns to actions and results.Read More
Author Hour hosts Marcus Whitney, and discusses Marcus’ own path to success, which began when he was a waiter supporting a one-year-old child and with a baby on the way and has taken him all the way to where he is today–the CEO and founder of Health:Further and founding partner of Jumpstart Health Investors.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