Dr. Mark McKenna is a huge advocate of the decline of smoking in the United States. As a medical doctor, this is a fact he takes pride in. Too many lives have been lost to smoking. When asked his habits, Dr. McKenna stated that he is an avid reader. He reads at least one new book per month.
His advice for doctors and future entrepreneurs is to strive for success. He has never had a “job” because he has always worked for himself. He took the time to find himself and cultivate his passions as a child. He recommends others do the same. He moved through college fast and focused. His advice? Speed with a present mindset. Without focus, speed is futile.
When posed with the question what has helped his company grow the most, he answered that he always surrounds himself with people smarter than himself. This strategy is guaranteed to improve you when you are looking to achieve greater things. He is currently investigating opportunities in cryptocurrency cash exchanges. His experience with computers is involved with medical technology and Microsoft Office suite. (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
Dr. McKenna recommends all new entrepreneurs read Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. The book is absolutely phenomenal. He mused on the ideas posed by the deep dive into visualization in the book. His biggest influences are Michael Bloomberg, Elon Musk, and Barack Obama.
Dr. McKenna was named Director of Life Time Fitness Inc. until 2016. In July 2017, Dr. McKenna became the CEO/Founder of OVME. He formed the company with the vision of a consumer facing, technology empowered, aesthetically focused company that’s reinventing elective healthcare. Dr. McKenna received his license in surgery and medicine from the Georgia and Florida State Board of Medical Examiners. He is a graduate of Tulane University Medical School. On August 29th, 2005 a disaster struck America. Hurricane Katrina roared through New Orleans. Sadly, most of McKenna’s business pursuits were put on hold. He took the initiative to assist in the rebuilding effort. He took to the streets and created new low-income housing for families in need.
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