Ephren W. Taylor is a Wall Street Journal bestselling author and the CEO of two publicly traded companies, one of which is recognized by the Wall Street Journal as one of the “Top 100 Socially Conscious Corporations in the United States.” Named by The Michigan Chronicle as one of the top “10 people making a global difference,” at 27 years old, Ephren Taylor is the youngest African-American CEO of any publicly traded company in U.S. history. Taylor began his career as a video-game developer at the age of 12 and built a multimillion dollar technology company, GoFerretGo.com, by the age of 17.
A nationally recognized authority on personal wealth and entrepreneurial business development, Taylor appears regularly on FOX News and CNBC and has been featured on such network shows as ABC’s "20/20," PBS and Montel Williams. He also has regular appearances in print and radio media including Black Enterprise and The Miami Herald.
His 2009 Wall Street Journal bestselling book “Creating Success from the Inside Out” (John Wiley & Sons), serves as an expose of the mindset of today’s multimillionaires while defining success as not only attaining wealth, but how to utilize it. As a result, he’s become a frequently requested speaker and panelist across the country.
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