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About Evan Marcus

Evan Marcus is a speaker, trainer, consultant and entrepreneur known for building world-class executive teams and coaching c-suite senior leaders. A co-founder of DillonMarcus, he has spent the last two decades helping leaders connect to their higher purpose and effect a strategy to ensure their long-term viability. Convinced that leading from love ensures that long-term viability, Evan teaches executive teams how to infuse this Pheel the Love! philosophy into their organizations.

Evan was an adjunct professor for almost a decade teaching MBA level programs on Organizational Culture and Spirituality & Business. He was an invited guest lecturer at Wharton and the Fox School of Business. A sought-after keynote speaker, Evan is on a mission to inspire leaders to transform the world through business. His extensive client list of Fortune 1000 companies includes GE Capital, Nestle-Purina, J&J, Olympus, Stryker and Villanova University.

Evan is a Dad of three boys – all of whom are big fans of the Phillie Phanatic.

Chase Utley Pheels the Love in Philadelphia!

EVAN: Hey Tom. I heard what happened at the ballpark last night. That was unbelievable. TOM: Yes, Evan. I’ve never seen anything quite like it myself. EVAN: So the fans gave Chase Utley, a player from ANOTHER team, a standing ovation? (Click HERE to see the complete story) TOM: Yes. More than one. Three to [...]

By | September 12th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Fear or Love: What Is Your Foundation?

Tom:  Hey Evan.  It’s so exciting.  Our publisher just sent the final proof of our book to the printer. Evan:  I know.  Soon our message will be shared with a lot of people.  Some will gravitate to it and others won’t believe that this approach can work in a business setting.  It occurred to me [...]

By | September 6th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

See Though Your Customer’s Camera: Make Every Encounter Count

Evan:  It was great to see you “live” and in-action at the ball park the other night Tom. Tom:  It’s just another day at the “office” Evan. Evan:  Well, I have to tell you, it wasn’t just another day for our boys.  When you pulled them out of the crowd and had them dance [...]

By | September 6th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments