We all want to change the world.

This is my (often failed) attempt at it.

My name is Marc.
And this is my story.

When I was little, I dreamed of becoming a superhero. Just like every other kid my age. There was just one problem. I never outgrew it. And as a result, I spent the vast majority of my life convinced that I would someday change the world.

Fast forward a few decades and a midlife crisis or two, and I found myself knee-deep in a life that didn’t quite match my desire of wanting to do something meaningful with my life. It didn’t matter that I had toured the world as a musician, performed on Broadway, started multiple companies, married the woman of my dreams, and even had a few amazing kids. There was something missing. And that’s when I began to search until I found it…

Make a difference.
Starting with your inbox.

Don’t worry. I’m not going to bribe you with an ebook you probably won’t read. Just a weekly dose of ideas that will inspire you to take the next big step towards doing something great…

I promise not to sell your email address or talk about Bitcoin.

Read the book.
Join the movement.

It isn’t quite as bad as it sounds based on the title. Be a Dick: How One Person Can Change the World in the Most Unexpected Way tells the funny (and occasionally gut-wrenching) story of my journey to figure out what it really takes to make a difference in the world. And how one person I met along the way proved that we all have the ability to live a life worthy of being remembered.

If you’re the type who is constantly searching for ways to make an impact or leave some kind of legacy, this is the book you’re going to want to read. And once you do, join the movement because there are a lot of us out there just like you who are busy making a difference one micro-act at a time.

Something to think about.

Pretty Ugly

March 30, 2021

I remember it like it was yesterday.  I was in the third grade and moved

The Infamous Austin Story (I Never Told)

March 23, 2021

I was on tour with the Broadway show Rent when we stopped in Austin, Texas. 

My Two Right Feet

March 16, 2021

I got hit by a car when I was about twelve years old. I wish