Ep 177: Marcio Santos – Courage to Leave the Comfort Zone and Figure Things Out

Marcio believes that the most important thing we can do is to help each other learn faster because the machines are coming. And that this will require psychological and emotional support to enable learning more complex things in shorter periods of time, as the changes and demands in the workplace accelerate.

He’s excited every day for the opportunity to work with people that have dedicated their lives to teaching others and creating learning communities like Khe Hy (kay hee) from Radreads.co, Ted Seides from CapitalAllocators.com, Robbie Crabtree from Performative Speaking, Lorraine Lee from Prezi, and many more.

Marcio lucked into working with course creators after leaving an agency job where he worked with brands like BMW, Scotiabank, and Western Union. He left the agency world to become a freelancer because he wanted to spend as much time as he could with his mother after she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. While freelancing he worked with brands like Kettle and Fire, THE TEN SPOT, Boba Guys, Immi Eats, Remedy Kombucha, Boston Comiccon, and many other brands, and now shares everything he knows with course creators to help them scale fast.

To learn more about Marcio, check out his website: https://www.nerddigital.com/ and check out the FREE gift that Marcio is offering listeners: https://www.nerddigital.com/courage

You can also connect with and follow Marcio on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/imarciosantos/


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