Marissa Levin Owner of Information Experts – Only Worth $34,000 a year until her $15 Million Dollar Company

Owner of Information Experts – Marissa Levin


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Marissa was told by her boss that she was only worth $34,000 a year to the company. Then she went on her own and landed a $35,000 contract. Her life changed dramatically after she left the corporate world. Listen to her advice, and how she is starting her new company Successful Culture during this crazy information age.

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11 Responses to “Marissa Levin Owner of Information Experts – Only Worth $34,000 a year until her $15 Million Dollar Company”

  1. Spatch Merlin

    I just checked out Marissa’s site (social culture) and find it really good. The interview is excellent too!

    Spatch Merlin
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  2. Zoe

    It just goes to show the only limits to being successful are in our heads! As Donald Trump said “Think Big!”  We’ve just launched a new on-line maternity clothes business and it is tough, but perserverance and determination with a well executed plan will give rewards! Don’t accept 2nd best, and stick with your passion! Thanks for sharing this interview with us! Well done Marissa!

    • eventualmillionaire

       Exactly Zoe! Try to be in that 1% – best of luck and let me know how things go! 🙂

  3. Marissa Levin

    Hi everyone! Thanks for the comments. So glad you found it to be helpful! Onward and upward!

  4. natep219

    good grief…hate being a newbie…everyone and their mother is sipping chai at starbucks, writing ‘epic shit’, traveling the world…this material is uplifting and certainly not impossible but…

    • eventualmillionaire

      Nate – we are all beginners though right? I mean I remember teaching doctors about computers way back when. They felt so dumb, yet they were so smart. I think it’s the way we look at things 🙂

  5. Darryl Junior

    motivational…she saw an opportunity and ran with it.