Founded by John Marshall
Here’s how Results Driven was started.
After obtaining his business degree, John started his career in sales & marketing with Procter & Gamble (P&G). While there he received excellent training. He initially thought that all companies trained their people this extensively. Most don’t.
Although he learned a lot and made a good contribution to the company, he realized he was more of an entrepreneur than a corporate person.
After Procter & Gamble, he wanted to expand his entrepreneurial experience. He’s always dreamed big and set big goals. His dream was to see as much of the world as he could in 5 years. To finance, his dream he became an International Tour Director leading coach tours through Europe, Scandinavia and The Soviet Union. When the tour season was finished each year, he would travel on his own. This individual travel allowed him to go to the Middle East, Africa, Fiji, New Zealand, Australia and Asia.
During this 5 year journey, he met business owners and entrepreneurs from all over the world. He heard stories of their struggles and challenges. These conversations and experiences reinforced his idea to one day design a program to help business owners, entrepreneurs and professionals to succeed. The seeds of the Results Driven Business Training Program began years ago, as he travelled throughout the world.
Before Results Driven was launched, it was carefully designed from years of experience helping businesses, entrepreneurs and professionals throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe and the U.K.
Today The Business Training Program is reality and Results Driven has helped hundreds of clients in over 22 unique industries, to dramatically improve their growth, profits and success.
As the founder of Results Driven, John considers himself lucky. The Program he carefully developed and designed with all its workbooks, Success Strategies and creative exercises, is his passion.
Today, Results Driven is located on the west coast. There are plans, however, for Results Driven offices across North America and eventually in the U.K. and Australia.