The Early Years Bio
“She’ll either be an amazing success or a total nightmare” says one of Marsha’s school teachers at age 12!
The 7-yr old Entrepreneur
Where the entrepreneur in Marsha started…
Marsha started her entrepreneurial life with a retail confectionery business in the school playground with her brother Trevor at the tender age of 7.
They would buy sweets in the morning on the walk to school, and bag them up on the way… Of course this was just the start of their monopoly in confectionary and world domination seemed in sight!
Marsha’s natural independent and inquisitive approach started when she began walking at just 7 months old!!! Even before turning 10 she had a number of part-time ‘jobs’ to support her desire to have more pocket money. This ranged from washing cars to getting paid to do her elder sister’s chores at home.
Marsha’s first business sparked her creativity when she realised that if she could offer people what they wanted they would give her money!
So she kept finding more things people wanted! At age 13 she set up her own graphic design business which she combined with music production, mixing tapes which she sold to local businesses in Southall, West London.
Marsha’s love of music and singing led her to the brink of accepting a recording contract for a London record label in the early 90′s but she declined the offer. However singing has remained one of Marsha’s loves till this date.
Obscurity & Hardship
Marsha circa. 3 months
Born and raised in Harlesden, London; and advanced beyond her age, Marsha was walking at just seven months!
Supported by her loving mother and two older siblings.
However the picture of her childhood wasn’t to be one of simplicity. As her troubles increased beyond bullying and bad hair days.
Unfortunately Marsha endured sexual abuse from the tender age of just eight. This continued until she was about 12 years old and as a result had a devastating impact on her behavior where social workers were brought in to assist Marsha. Despite being highly intelligent she was expelled from every educational facility until she went to college.
This also led to spending most of her early teens in and out of number of children’s homes in West London and Essex, and nearly being killed by a mob of ‘rival’ teens in a set-up orchestrated by her so called friend at the time.
But Marsha had what she calls “a praying Grandmother. And those prayers helped her to make some very important monumental shifts that ultimately changed the trajectory of her life…
“I was so naughty in school – my teachers avoided me and I had a temper because it was cool – and because I had so many issues growing up” says Marsha
One such occasion was when Marsha met one of her early mentors, Professor Stanley Lopes – who inspired her to achieve and ‘come up higher’.
This sparked a rapid change and she left school at 15 (a year early) to start college. Upon graduation she went on to study Management in Kent.
At just 17, Marsha again advanced others at her age, when she started her first senior management role as a Commercial Manager in an ‘Energy Brokerage’ in Neasden.
The Business World Beckoned Early for Marsha
In the 90′s Marsha gained experience working and resigning from no less than fifteen different jobs from fast food to telemarketing and jokingly she said ‘I could never keep a job’.
However this experience was integral to Marsha starting her first company aged just 17, in the publishing industry and incorporating a consultancy business at age 18 within her tiny office in Walthamstow. What mattered most was that she was helping others get into the career of their dreams. A success rate of 98% of clients achieved employment in their dream job in 40 days or less.
However – this experience was intergral to starting her first company aged just 17, in the publishing industry and incorporating a consultancy business at age 18 with her tiny office in Walthamstow. But what mattered was… She was helping others get into the career of their dreams. With a success rate of 98% of clients getting their dream job in 40 days or less.
By her early 20′s Marsha became known as a serial entrepreneur with businesses in various industries. This led to clients all over the world seeking out her strategic business acumen and appearances on TV in the newspapers, magazines and on radio.
“I LOVE BUSINESS!
I live, eat sleep and breathe it! It’s sometimes hard to switch off.
But I have very good habits – I’m up early and usually in bed early – that leaves me lots of time to get things done.” says Marsha
Now entering her thirties, Marsha is the CEO, VP and Owner of numerous ventures internationally. She has grown to become seen as a business icon, a revolutionist in sales strategy and a mastermind in marketing tactics.
“I love partnering with businesses internationally, it gives me the ability to transition into different niches and add value to my fans and clients like never before”
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