Morri Chowaiki, serial entrepreneur and inventor turned head of Sales & Retail for The Shark Group

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Dustin Plantholt’s “Life’s Tough—YOU can be TOUGHER!” podcast is honored to feature Morri Chowaiki, a serial entrepreneur, keynote speaker, personal coach, soon to be published author and currently the Head of Sales & Retail for The Shark Group—a private consulting firm helmed by the star of the hit TV business show, Shark Tank, Daymond John.

This “Life’s Tough” episode released on October 2nd, 2019 and is now available on all major podcast networks, under the Podcast Channel “Life’s Tough”.

Morri Chowaiki is a serial entrepreneur with roots in Sales, Business Management, Technology, Consumer Packaged Goods and E-Commerce. At age 12, he started his career selling rattan furniture, sparking his entrepreneurial spirit. An early adopter in e-commerce, Morri has worked in manufacturing and software organizations servicing some of the world’s largest retailers. He also started his own successful business, One Life Products, whose invention—the Hanukah Tree Topper®—was featured on ABC’s hit TV business show, Shark Tank. That TV appearance led to a lucrative licensing deal with one of the show’s sharks—investor and legendary entrepreneur Daymond John. Soon after, Daymond was so impressed with Morri’s keen business acumen and forward-thinking leadership skills, that he offered Morri a key position at his private consulting firm, as the Head of Sales & Retail for The Shark Group. The rest, as the saying goes, is history.

In addition to his business prowess, Morri is a sought-after motivational speaker, soon to be published author, and a personal consultant and coach. As a married father of 3 living in beautiful San Diego, CA, Morri volunteers at numerous charities/boards and is a cartoon voice actor in his spare time.

Join Dustin and Morri for an informative conversation and hear Morri share his own life story as a framework for entrepreneurs everywhere.



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