About the Episode:

In today’s episode, we’re talking to Tom Morkes, a veteran of the US Armed Forces, that’s gone on to build a very successful, well-diversified online business for himself. After graduating from the US Military Academy at West Point, Tom went out on deployment in the middle east.

After a while though, Tom started to feel this nagging in the back of his head – a calling that he could find a more fulfilling career outside of the military.

So, when his tour was up, Tom returned to ordinary civilian life and started laying the foundation for a business that’d soon grow to include writing, self-publishing, podcasting, online courses, and consulting for entrepreneurs like John Lee Dumas, Neil Patel, and more. All of this, mind you, in the span of just a few short years.

In Today’s Episode, We Talk About:

02:10 What book he’s reading at the moment.
03:34 Where he’s originally from.
04:34 Why he pursued a career in the military.
10:55 Lessons he still holds on to from his time in the service.
13:52 What he currently does today.
18:55 How he got involved with working with some of his big name clients.
32:32His number one piece of advice for anyone looking to take their side hustle full time.
36:05 The best investment he’s ever made in terms of growing his business.

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Resources Mentioned:

12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan Peterson

Connect with My Guest:

Tom's blog: tommorkes.com

Tom on LinkedIn and Twitter

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Ryan Robinson
Ryan Robinson

Full-time blogger, podcaster and side project aficionado. Join me here, on ryrob.com to learn how to start a blog, make money blogging and grow a profitable side business. I also write for publications like Fast Company, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Inc, Business Insider and more. Let’s chat on Twitter about business and side projects.

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