Exploring Partnerships with Mark C. Winters


In Episode 64, Jason and Greg discuss how to know if having a partner is right for you. There are are risks, but can you be better together?

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Audio Engineering by: Aaron Dowd

Produced by: Jennifer Blumer

About our guest: Mark C. Winters

Mark’s passion is helping entrepreneurs get unstuck so they can pursue their freedom. Depending on the unique situation, Mark’s talent for introducing just the right combination of perspective and process sparks teams to start moving, move faster, or begin moving in the proper direction – with clarity. As a teacher, coach, and facilitator, Mark spends most of his time directly engaged with entrepreneurial leadership teams as a Certified EOS Implementer—helping them implement EOS in their own companies.  He’s delivered over 300 full-day EOS workshops with companies from around the U.S..

Mark has been an entrepreneur since the age of 28, after catching the “bug” during B-school at the University of Chicago.  At last count, he’s started/bought/sold/shut down 10 different companies.  One recent venture, as a Founder and CEO, had a very successful exit – yielding a 100x cash return in less than 3 yrs.  All this activity has led to some recognition, including being named a Tech Titan finalist as an emerging company CEO, and listed as “40 Under…

Mark C. Winters

Advisor and Entrepreneur

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