Introducing Tuesdays with Morrisey

Back by popular demand, Adam Morrisey, VP of Sales and Marketing at Shipshape, today announced the launch of his new podcast and newsletter series, Tuesdays with Morrisey. Morrisey aims to connect with entrepreneurs, authors and thought leaders to empower listeners with new insights on topics including leadership, creativity, technology and business.

“This project presents an exciting opportunity to share a passion for continuous learning to inspire listeners to think differently through conversations with innovators striving for significance across work and life. The guests and topics will be diverse, but a central theme is expected to emerge around individuals pursuing their potential in the vocational aspect of their life.” said Morrisey.

In the debut Tuesdays with Morrisey podcast episode, Morrisey spoke with Dr. Patrick J. Murphy, Goodrich Chair of Entrepreneurship and Director of the Entrepreneurship Program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Dr. Murphy’s expertise in entrepreneurship is recognized throughout academia and the business world, including his work around social entrepreneurship, the entrepreneurial mindset and comparisons made between 21st century entrepreneurship and the great seafarers from the age of discovery.

Future episodes are expected to feature guests from technology, business, sports and entertainment related industries. To complement the podcast series, Morrisey is launching a monthly newsletter and periodic live events.

Adam currently works for Shipshape, a future-forward technology company working to simplify homeownership. In the community, Adam works closely with Big Brothers Big Sisters, Beyond the Ball and Social Venture Partners.

The first episode will release Tuesday February 15th, make sure to follow along by subscribing here.

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