Spencer McMurtry Has Worked With...
Here's how it all started...
I've always loved building systems. I've got one of those brains that is very good at spotting patterns and going into extreme detail, but has challenges with simple spelling and grammar.
I started my first company at the age of 15 selling airbrush temporary tattoos at fairs and festivals. By my senior year of high school I was driving a fancy BMW and thought my life was pretty great. When I graduated high school I had the option of going to a university or continuing my entrepreneur path.
I took the ladder and started a sign & vehicle wrap company called Infinite Graphics. I built this up to be the largest sign company in the local area. As I was building this company I learned the importance of building systems and leveraging a team. From my success I was promoted to be an instructor in an online business school.
I was working with hundreds of entrepreneurs as a coach helping them build online business. I learned a TON and was able to see first hand how quickly you can scale a business with the right marketing systems.
I later sold my vehicle wrap business to a fortune 500 company and decided I wanted to be a consultant. This is when my consulting practice was born. I was able to take everything I learned as an instructor and implement it 1-on-1 with some of worlds top business people in a variety of industries. It was a lot of fun.
I did all of this while I was traveling the world, living in places like Cape Town, South Africa and Bali, Indonesia. After doing the consulting work for many years, I decided I wanted to build a platform that was much more scalable than woking 1-on-1.
Before starting my next venture I looked over all the analytical data I could get my hands and realized people near retirement had the most wealth in the United States. With this data I determined the platform would help people near retirement and almost overnight the Planning Community was born.
Step into today and the Planning Community has been featured in major university blogs like Yale, Oregon State, and Cornell University. It's gotten so much traction I have stopped consulting all together and am only focused on growing this company.
If you are a professional interested in joining the Planning Community or a publication interested in a media package. Feel free to connect with me through my LinkedIn, I would be happy to speak with you.
And if you're looking for a job, I'm always looking for great people. Send me over a video recording of why you think you would be a good fit for the company and I would love to speak with you.
Your friend & business partner,