Marc Demetriou speaks at Livingston High School – American Enterprise Day 2017

Livingston, NJ –On Wednesday, November 15, 2017, Marc Demetriou, along with many other local successful business leaders were asked to participate in Livingston High School’s celebration of American Enterprise Day. Marc spoke to the school’s chapter of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and students on what it takes to be truly successful and to lead their best life. He spoke about his 25 years of entrepreneurial endeavors highlighting the last 12 spent as one of America’s top mortgage originators and referencing material from his book “LESSONS FROM MY GRANDFATHER; Wisdom for Success in Business and Life” due out January 16, 2018.

About American Enterprise Day
President Jimmy Carter made a Presidential Proclamation on August 8, 1980 directing that American Enterprise Day be observed on November 15. The Chevron Corporation provided a grant to fund a program called “Getting Involved” in the 1980s to expose young people to capitalism through Future Business Leaders of America.

About FBLA
Future Business Leaders of America is a non-profit association that helps prepare students for careers in business. Young people from middle school up to the post-secondary level are able to join this organization, which now has thousands of members and advisers recognizing the special day with assemblies, festivals and projects like this one.
About Lessons From My Grandfather; Wisdom for Success in Business and Life
Marc’s book will be published January 16, 2018 by Highpoint Life Books, and is titled “Lessons from My Grandfather; Wisdom for Success in Business and Life”. It offers an inspirational and actionable roadmap for building both business and personal success, based on key principles articulated by my grandfather, Charlie. He immigrated to this country with nothing but his courage, wit, a strong work ethic and the desire to succeed, and he achieved great personal and professional success. This book focuses on helping readers build recognition, clarity and vision with regard to who they are, recognizing their unique talents, and the lifelong principles that will allow them to use their unique qualities to achieve the success they deserve in life and business.

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