We all want to be loved and remembered for the opportunities we create, the people we entertain, and the communities we serve.
In today’s fully connected society, being famous within a niche almost certainly leads to wealth and influence…
Influence that can be leveraged to spread even more important messages…
And that’s the story of Perry Marshall.
If you’ve ever seen an ad on Google or Facebook or read any marketing posts from Entrepreneur.com, Perry likely had an influence.
As the author of the #1 best selling books on Google Adwords and Facebook Advertising, his name reigns supreme in the world of direct response marketing.
Being the son and brother of pastors, Perry’s world was rocked when his missionary brother almost turned full blown atheist in less than 4 years after studying evolution…
For the coming years Perry was launched on a violent journey to discover the answers for himself, using science as his guiding light.
His findings are surprising to both Darwinists and Creationists…
On a road littered with dead bodies, Perry is attempting to bridge the gap between Darwin and Design with his Evolution 2.0 initiative. Complete with a $10MM prize for someone who cracks the code on original intelligent design.
If you’ve ever wanted a quantifiable approach to Evolution and Faith that won’t allow Darwinists to chalk mysteries up to “random accidents” and won’t allow Creationists to say “God did it beyond our understanding…”
This is something you cannot miss.
So if you’re ready to see how Perry turned years of business failure into one of the most prestigious consultancies in existence,
And how he channeled that success into his passion project…
Strap in for part one of this incredible conversation. (Part two available now)
Now, If you enjoy this podcast, please go on iTunes, scroll to the bottom and give us 5 stars. It’s the main thing Apple looks for when ranking the podcast. And of course, share this with your friends, family and anyone who can receive value from Perry’s wisdom.
So with that, please help me welcome, Perry Marshall.