It is not an easy task to become a successful entrepreneur. It is even harder to succeed in entrepreneurship when faced with disaster. Facing challenges is precisely what Dr. Mark McKenna has experienced. In most cases, he was faced with tragedy as well as potential failure in his way, but he was able to pick up and continue with his goals and excelling in the field. It all began when McKenna was at the medical school. He wanted to become a doctor just like his dad. According to him, a medical career was fulfilling and lucrative. Moreover, he thought with a medical degree; one was able to make his way within the industry. However, while at the Tulane University’s medical school pursuing his degree, Mark started to realize that the industry was changing so fast. He realized that it was not an easy duty to become a successful doctor as he had thought before. It was even hard for him to make ends meet as he pursuing his training.
To make it through his schooling, he had to start a side hustle. He came up with a real estate development organization called McKenna Venture Investments. It was not easy to start this company, so he had to work at the local prison to raise funds for his first investment. It was relieving as the investments began paying off. His real estate company started to grow little by little as well as other changes in his life. Dr. Mark McKenna later graduated with a medical degree and started working with his dad. Though this was his lifetime dream, it was not all that he wanted at the moment. The job was not paying him well, and it was not as challenging and exciting as his investments in real estate. After working for five years in the medical field, Dr. Mark McKenna decided to dedicate his time to his real estate business fully. However, the Hurricane Katrina swept almost a half of his investment hence, making his return to the medical field.
Dr. Mark McKenna is the CEO and founder of OVME Cosmetics. OVME Cosmetics is a customer-oriented, elective healthcare organization that concentrates on patient and technology services that are connected to aesthetic and elective healthcare services.