Daniel Wallock is a marketer, heart condition survivor, and published author. He’s done projects with over 50 companies including BMW i Ventures, The American Heart Association, Amazon Studios, Girl’s Inc, and Sarah Lawrence College.
He has been featured in The Huffington Post, Forbes, TheNextWeb, and he has also appeared in the Los Angeles Times and Yahoo News. In the last 12 months,
Daniel helped successfully market Perseus Mirrors and OneX, two crowdfunding campaigns, both of which raised over $100,000.
Daniel joins me this week to talk about how he managed to found his company despite suffering from several degenerative heart conditions that have required multiple surgeries and being a full-time college student.
Daniel details how his interested in online content marketing developed from a hobby into a revenue generating business that has allowed him to work with some of the biggest players in multiple industries.
In this episode, he delves into some how his mortality serves as a huge motivator for him to avoid procrastination as well as some of the strategies he employs to balance his heavy workload and maintain his personal life.
This is a super fun, positive, and informative interview that I personally learned a lot from and I know you will too!
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