Author, Entrepreneur, Investor
Mark Morgan Ford is a lifelong practitioner of writing, teaching, entrepreneurship, martial arts and philanthropy. He has written more than two dozen books on business, entrepreneurship and wealth building (several of which were New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers). As an entrepreneur, he has been involved in dozens of multimillion-dollar businesses, including one whose revenues exceeded $100 million and another that broke the billion-dollar mark. And as a real estate investor, he has been involved in more than a hundred projects and developments, from single-family homes to apartment buildings, office buildings and resort communities. He shares the lessons learned from his decades as an entrepreneur and investor with readers of Manward Digest.
Articles by Mark Ford
How to Build Financial Wealth
September 25, 2020
Mark Ford defines what it really takes to grow your wealth year after year.
How to Spend Yourself Poor
September 23, 2020
There’s a million-dollar reason why you shouldn’t take financial advice from Mike Tyson…
How to Invest in Stocks for Lifetime Wealth
September 18, 2020
Mark Ford gives his tried-and-true income-building advice that is sure to guarantee long-term wealth.
How to Make More Money Than Wall Street Wants You to Make
September 11, 2020
Mark Ford shows you how you can do better than an 8% return on your investments.
Retirement: Don’t Make This Common but Very Costly Mistake!
September 2, 2020
Retirement planning can be complicated, and many retirees make one common mistake. Mark Ford explains how to avoid it and plan for a happy retirement.
A Universal Law That Even Applies to Business
August 24, 2020
The Pareto principle is routinely ignored in the business world. But Mark Ford sees several ways it proves invaluable.
Going From Good to Great
August 21, 2020
If you want to accomplish great things, you need to understand two things: pride and practice.
The Business of Asking for Favors
August 14, 2020
When you ask for a favor, you need to consider this one detail first…