Ep119 Marvin Wilson – From Rock-n-Roll to Entrepreneur

Marvin Wilson


I’m 69 years old and a lifelong entrepreneur. I was a traveling R&R musician during the Hippie Era of the 60s and 70s, and I owned a home improvement company during the 80s and 90s.

At the turn of the century, I engaged in several MLMs. I became a public speaker, developed my leadership skills and did a lot of success and personal development coaching. In my mid-50s I began writing. I’m now a multi-published author and a professional editor.

I’ve had successes and failures during my life, and have learned much from both. I recently started a new venture which is, I believe, a winner. It’s a unique idea. The publishing industry is dominated by Big Pub houses. Little-known, but worthy talents are often overlooked, unless somehow “connected”. I’ve put up a website that promotes such talents, and gives The People the ability to choose who gets promoted, gains notoriety and success—Publishing 4 the People!




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About the author, Yuri

Yuri Cataldo is a classically trained set/costume designer, an award-winning entrepreneur and a graduate of Yale, Juilliard, and Indiana University.

He is a mentor and Judge at MassChallenge, has lectured at Yale, Princeton, Stanford, Tufts, Notre Dame, Tufts, Emerson College, Indiana University, Ohio State, and at numerous conferences about the intersections of art & entrepreneurship, innovation, and how to move past failure.

As the principle of Art Tech Media Group, he helps companies and creatives launch projects, products, and get a ton of press.

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