I’m known for bestselling books on the 80/20 principle, Google and Facebook ads, and the world’s largest science research competition, the $10 million Evolution 2.0 prize. I also co-founded the Cancer & Evolution group, where scientists across a dozen disciplines are approaching cancer in a brand new way.
The common thread is my conviction that the world is divinely ordered by elegant principles which we humans are privileged to discover. As I explain in “A Day in the Life of Perry Marshall,” my mission is to bring about a New Renaissance.
I live in Chicago with my wife Laura and six kids: four standard-issue, two adopted.