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GEI35: What it takes to Create a Successful Culture with Marissa Levin

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Listen in to this OUTSTANDING interview with Marissa Levine who is redefining what it means to be successful in today's world!

Marissa discusses:

  • The proper way to view perceived 'obstacles' in your path.
  • What a successful business culture is and looks like
  • A new way to look at your business that will completely revamp it
  • Her own personal daily routine that and lifestyle that has led her to success

Marissa is a 20-year entrepreneur, best-selling author and national speaker. She equips others with the mindset, tools, and strategies they need to overcome their barriers to growth. Tapping into two decades of business-building and leadership, Marissa coaches and advises other entrepreneurs, executives, and leaders on how to create a mindset & culture of intention, accountability, and execution.

Marissa’s 20-year entrepreneurial journey started in 1995 when she founded Information Experts, a global strategic communications and education firm, in 1995.

Under her leadership, Information Experts has won more than 100 awards for creativity & leadership, was named to the Inc. 5000 List of America’s Fastest Growing Companies for 2009, 2010, and 2011, and won the 2010 SmartCEO GovStar Industry Star Award. Marissa’s passion of mentoring other leaders motivated her to launch Successful Culture in June 2011. Through Successful Culture she applies her 20 years of experience to help leaders achieve their highest potential through CEO-to-CEO coaching, build exceptional organizations to engage & inspire employees, and keep top-level talent, which results in high growth and high productivity.

Marissa's Blog: www.successfulculture.com/blog

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