Along with Randi Zuckerberg, Brian & Michael are co-founders of The Zuckerberg Institute, an organization that seeks to arm entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial thinkers across all industry with the skills they need for success in this modern, fast-paced, rapidly changing business world. Michael comes to ZI having built lasting partnerships through his work in community with the National Endowment of the Arts (NEA), The UNHCR (United Nations High Council for Refugees), Save the Children, Mark Fisher Fitness, The US State Department, Theater Mitu, The Uprising, and as the co-founder of the Patrick Page Studio and Congregation Coaching. He is the founder of the Great Globe Foundation, an organization dedicated to creating artistic exchange with artists across cultures, most notably with youth in the Dadaab Refugee Camp on the border of Somalia. Brian has thousands of hours of coaching experience and continues to be highly sought-after by corporate leaders, high-level sales-people, managers, doctors, authors and artists. Brian had a successful career as an actor for more than a decade in NYC and all over the world then followed his passion for teaching and leading by spending time as a college professor, and is a co-founder of the world famous Mark Fisher Fitness in NYC and Congregation Coaching. Check out their episode to learn more about: 📈building a business from scratch 🤝creating community that helps you rise 🤠the only time Brian's ever worn short shorts
Episode | September 26th, 2019 | 56 mins 44 secs
accountability, community, entrepreneurs, goals, mentorship
Today we have coffee with the co-founders of The Zuckerberg Institute, Randi Zuckerberg's new initiative for entrepreneurs around the globe. We hear about Brian Patrick Murphy's biggest failure in business and what he learned from it, what it was like for Michael Littig to start a non-profit in a conflict zone, and we do a lot of talking about why the struggle is what to love the most when you're building something.