Ep 86: Welcoming The Future w/QuTerry Harrison

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Are you ready for the mind-blowing future talk?

One of the things I love about interviewing people is the free flow on the conversation. I have context in mind, of course, because I want to make sure I give you some specific takeaways from each episode. However, I also enjoy seeing where the conversation flows and what kind of interesting topics we can unravel.

THIS is one of those conversations that simply enthralled me!

In this episode, I chat with Qu Harrison who is  a serial entrepreneur, techy-loving creative who’s passionate about the future. He’s the co-founder and president of VNM, USA, the co-founder and CEO of 23VIVI, an online digital marketplace, and known for his marketing work at EatStreet.  He’s also a  frequent writer on LinkedIn and was named one of LinkedIn Top Voices in Technology.

He is currently the marketing director of Redox. A young start-up based out of Madison, Wisconsin. Redox was started to eradicate the technical barriers to data access and usher forth the future of technology-enable healthcare. Interesting stuff they’re doing over there!
You’re going to dig this episode. Qu shares his inspiration behind his love for technolgy. We talk….
– The future of content marketing
– Virtual Reality
– Augmented Reality
– The Future of communication
– Why Elon Musk is a freaking Genius
– Future of Health Care
– The Importance of being a creative
– Digital Drugs
– How to combat Wantrepreneurism
and much much more.

“We as wantrepreneurs, entrepreneurs, or young professinoanls need to give ourselves the opportunity to create” Qu Harrison

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