Chris then became the managing partner for a DC based ad agency which he helped grow from a small team in a single office to four offices in DC, Dallas, Chicago and New York.
After a few years he left that business to start his own.
Founded in 2009 what started as a single person consulting firm has grown into 7 digit interactive marketing firm which helps clients with a passion or purpose beyond just profits grow their businesses and maximize their impact.
Interestingly Weird Fact?
They think I reabsorbed my twin in.
How did your journey as an entrepreneur all begin?
Selling Pixie Sticks at school than later on read the book: Rich Dad Poor Dad and got my license to help others invest.
Then got into real estate a lil’ after I graduated and started working for the advertising firm.
I really enjoy advertising.
Big Reason Why?
Biggest Temporary Defeat?
The biggest issue was losing my way and the purpose.
Weirdest Breakthrough Experience?
The advisory board we put together really helped.
Our core focus on purpose and why.
What’s the Vision of Chris Yoko look like for the future?
Effect and impact 100 million people by 2020,
Best Entrepreneurial Advice?
Start with the end in mind.
Favorite Success Quote?
“However, I continue to try and I continue, indefatigably, to reach out. There’s no way I can single-handedly save the world or, perhaps, even make a perceptible difference – but how ashamed I would be to let a day pass without making one more effort.” – Isaac Asimov
Top Recommended Book?
Firms of Endearment: How World-Class Companies Profit from Passion and Purpose – by Rajendra S. Sisodia
The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers – Ben Horowitz
If all you had to your name was $1,000 and a laptop computer how would you jump start your business?
Shoot a couple videos and build around a purpose then end up partnering up with a drop shipper.
Who’s your favorite super hero and why?
Achilles because of his super powers and advanced strength.
Best way to connect with you?
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