This episode’s guest on #MWL is Parker Gates. We discuss creative confidence, workplace culture, and creative leadership. Parker and I also talk about the need to experiment your way through problems.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
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
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 shared his journey in becoming a leading national voice for investing in and empowering healthcare innovation and disruption.
But, most importantly, Marcus shared with us how he came to grips with confronting decades of unaddressed trauma that was triggering self-sabotaging behavior. Marcus is now flourishing with his daily mental well-being exercises and offered insights on how all of us can also participate in being authentic to ourselves and find mental well-being in our daily lives.Read More
Tell it like it is When I was six years old and in the 2nd grade, I rode home on a small private bus that my parents hired. The bus dropped me off at my grandmother’s house on St. Johns Place in Brooklyn. St. Johns is a very wide street for New York City, with…Read More