191: Twelve Minute Convos w/ Marshall Morris

191: Twelve Minute Convos w/ Marshall Morris

Marshall Morris-

Marshall Morris is one of the partners at Thrive15.com. In addition to being a partner at http://www.Thrive15.com, he is the Executive Producer of the Scripps Media http://www.ThrivetimeShow.com Radio Show, co-author of Start Here: The World’s Best Business Book, and the founder of http://www.Madness-Media.com.

He’s coached and managed projects for clients that include bakeries, churches, non-profit organizations, mortgage lenders, young professional groups, Internet marketing companies, web development companies, dentist offices, strength and conditioning coaches, medical clinics, restaurants, mobile apps, call centers, universities, and chiropractors.

He’s the son of two freaking awesome parents, Ned and Carrie, the brother of 6’1” little sister Maddy, and is grateful for everything they’ve given him. He’s played basketball at the high school, collegiate (participating in two March Madness tournaments), and professional level in Costa Rica.

He is crazy passionate about helping entrepreneurs and business owners find what it is that makes them catch fire and empowering them to relentlessly pursue that. “You’re only given a little spark of madness. You mustn’t lose it.” -Robin Williams (American actor and comedian)

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Credits:
Musical Background: ‘TAKE THE CHANCE’ by Nicolai Heidlas

About the author

Engel Jones

Engel was born and raised on the twin island republic of Trinidad and Tobago. He is the podcast host of  "Twelve Minute Convos w/ Engel Jones", an Entrepreneur and Life Coach. His passion and purpose is to help you the Entrepreneur find Y.O.U.R.S-Your Own Unique Real Self. After having 1001 conversations in 3 months he uncovered Y.O.U.R.S, a tool used to reconnect you to the hidden passion and purpose which are essential to creating a brand of Y.O.U.R.S. Engel believes and lives the principle of Zig Ziglar where you can have everything in life if you help enough other people get what they want.

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