Building A Directory Of Black Owned Businesses: Marcus Whitney LIVE with Danielle McGee
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.
The World Of Expertise and The World of Marketing Agencies: Marcus Whitney LIVE with David C. Baker
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.
How To Have An Understanding Of The Stock Market Post COVID: Marcus Whitney LIVE with Charles Winfrey
On #MWL, Charles Winfrey, CEO of The Rollover Company, joins me to talk about the post-COVID-19 Environment in the Stock Market and Business. We’ll also talk about his book, “Rollover Mistakes Retirees Make.”
80/20 Fitness Live Interview
Kevin Bazile, co-owner of 80/20 Fitness, sits down with Marcus Whitney and discuss entrepreneurship, failure, health, and creativity.
Blockchain and Cryptocurrency for Beginners: Marcus Whitney LIVE with Luke Stokes
On #MWL I was joined by Luke Stokes, Managing Director of FIO. We talked about Blockchain, cryptocurrency, the printing of money, and decentralized economies.
How We Can Fulfill Our Promise To Students: Marcus Whitney LIVE with Emily Freitag
We talk about the chapters ahead for schools and the stress test it will be for leaders, with a global view of how industry and schools are interconnected.
How To Dream Big, Then Execute: Marcus Whitney LIVE with Henry Beecher Hicks
Henry Hicks, CEO of the National Museum of African American Music, joins me on the show to talk about the journey to build a museum.
What is the Future of Work? Marcus Whitney LIVE with Nick Cromydas
Nick Cromydas, CEO and founder of Hunt Club joins me on the show.
How To Not Get Held Back From Being Successful: Marcus Whitney LIVE with Michael Brody-Waite
Celebrating the launch of his brand new book, “Great Leaders Live Like Drug Addicts”, Michael Brody-Waite joins us to talk about living mask free in this unprecedented moment in time.
Two Worlds 20: Break Point
We feel weak, vulnerable, confused, and overwhelmed.
Then somehow, we realize that these feelings only lead to more of the same, and we tap into the one thing we need to make meaning of the breaking point: courage.
The Grind 91 Fin
Fin. Today is my birthday. I’m 44 now. A year ago today, I had no idea how much The Grind would change my life, or help others navigate theirs. There is something about The Grind that resonated with people. Of course, there’s the title. Many people believe that life is nothing more than a grind.…
The Grind 90 Mind, Body and Soul
Decide to transform I figured something out this year. I don’t know that anyone was lying to me. Still, somewhere along the line, I got the idea that money was the answer to most problems, and that making money always needed to be the priority. That was the mindset I had, and it seemed to…
The Grind 89 The Resistance
The first action the hero makes is the refusal of the call. The refusal is the signal of the significant fear one must overcome to start the process of transformation. The first and most important thing we do on the way to greatness is change our minds. No one constantly hurdles through life making brave…
The Grind 88 Let It Go
I can’t play small anymore It’s time to admit that I don’t want to let go. I found a groove, and it’s comfortable. I found it here, in this newsletter to you every week. This was the place that I put down the burden of my shadows and allowed them to find sunlight. This is…
The Grind 87 Nap Time
The realm of diminishing returns I took the first week of November off from work at Jumpstart / Health:Further to focus on one last editing pass on my book before I submitted it to my publisher for their edit. That went really well, and the book is off with the editors now getting a thorough…
The Grind 86 Renewal
what it feels like to be naturally happy Today marks one year and one day since the last time I drank alcohol. I’ve talked about quitting alcohol quite a bit. As this date drew closer, I’ve been feeling like it’s something I want to stop talking about so much. But with this milestone, it’s worth…
The Grind 85 White Belt Wonderland
The disorientation of being initiated Two weeks ago, I decided to start a new journey. Something I had been mulling over for a while. I started practicing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ). Four years ago, I began practicing Hapkido and a year ago earned my first degree Black Belt. I love Hapkido and intend to continue…
The Grind 84 Jedi Training
The arbitrage of not giving a damn Last week I took some time away from my standard work schedule to work on some creative projects and reflect. While doing so, I couldn’t help but see things in the context of next year. 2020 is looking like a great year for me. I spent a ton…
The Grind 83 – Imaginary Lines
The engine of happiness My father recently turned 82 years old. He has lived an incredible life. Quite frankly, I marvel at any African American who was born in the 30s or before who is still alive and well. The shifts in society they lived through are hard for me to imagine. The progress they…
The Grind 82 What Did You Expect?
Emotions don’t care about what’s fair It’s Fall. It’s getting darker, earlier. The temperature is dropping, and the holiday season is upon us. In conversations these days, we ask questions of ourselves and others that are both reflective and forecasting. “How has the year gone?” “What are we doing for the holidays?” “Any big plans…
The Grind 81 Decisions Vs Judgments
We’re not robots; we’re humans. Last week was a great week for me, work-wise. It was a week of long days working on a big vision with great people. The week wrapped up on Friday morning, and I went to see my hairstylist Ebonee to get my hair done. While sitting in Ebonee’s chair in…