Dr. Mark McKenna is the founder and CEO of OVME. OVME is a medical aesthetic company that bases their products on technology and the consumer. They are reinventing healthcare in their own way.
The idea to start the company OVME started with Dr. McKenna’s experience in the medical aesthetic industry. During his time in that field working in his own practice, ShapeMed, he noticed many opportunities to make changes in the industry.
Dr. McKenna’s typical day includes eating breakfast and dinner with his family, work in between, and JiuJitsu training in the evenings after dinner.
Dr. McKenna states visualization and meditation have helped him be successful. Visualize and set goals for yourself, and he recommends meditating at least once a day. These two routines can help bring ideas to light, and help anyone achieve success.
Dr. McKenna is excited by the decline of smoking in America. Reading a lot has helped become more productive as an entrepreneur. Dr. Mark has never felt as if he has a regular job or works because he has always worked for himself as an entrepreneur.
One piece of advice Dr. McKenna would advise his younger self would be to slow down, and find your passion. This will help wings run more smoothly in the future. He also surrounds himself with smart people, some smarter than himself. This has helped his businesses grow tremendously.
Think and Grow Richis one book Dr. McKenna recommends as it talks about visualization and using visualization to become successful.
Dr. MvKenna is originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, bit now resides in Atlanta. Hr graduated from Tulane University Medical School, and is now licensed in Surgery and Medicine in Florida and Georgia by the State Board of Medical Examiners.
Dr. McKenna started his journey after graduating college by practicing medicine along side his father, and starting his own real estate firm called McKenna Venture Investments. Over time he also started Universal Mortgage Lending and Uptown Titles, Inc. After Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Dr. McKenna relocated to Atalanta, but not before he actively invested in the rebuild of New Orleans.
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