Marcus walks you through his unlikely journey from college dropout waiting tables to successful entrepreneur.
To be an entrepreneur, you don’t need wealth or higher education. You simply need to understand the language of business. This understanding is available to everyone, making entrepreneurship the great equalizer that lets anyone overcome the challenges of our changing world.Read More
This episode’s guest on #MWL is Nada Taha. We discuss their mission to bring people closer to nature and create a more peaceful world in the process. We also talk about Ellie’s book “My Gentle Barn” and innovating in the face of COVID-19.Read More
In Create and Orchestrate, Marcus walks you through his unlikely journey from college dropout waiting tables to successful entrepreneur, healthcare VC and co-owner of a Major League Soccer team.Read More
Marcus Whitney discusses his path to entrepreneurship and shares the path to claiming your creative power.
Whitney also gives tips on raising capital, dealing with the biggest challenge for entrepreneurs, and more.Read More
This episode’s guest on #MWL is Nada Taha. We discuss Black women in health and health tech, as well as the impact these industries have had on Black women clinically, professionally, and personally.Read More
Happy Sunday my friend, Yesterday, my wife shared with me an incredible way of looking at what it means to raise teenagers. In case you didn’t know, we’ve got two. She said that their conscience is developing but isn’t fully baked yet, and so as parents it’s our job to be their external conscience. To…Read More
Happy Sunday my friend, Many of the conversations I’ve been in lately have come up around people selling their services versus people building a business as a system that works independent of them. Both are fine and a matter of personal choice, but they are not the same thing and sometimes people confuse the two.…Read More