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Introducing Dream Live Prosper’s CMO

Introducing Dream Live Prosper’s CMO

Dream Live Prosper is pleased to announce Patrick O’Donnell as our first ever Chief Marketing Officer.

Patrick has nearly 20 years of experience in marketing and is a best-selling author on the subject. He started and grew an internet marketing franchise to be #1 in sales in the United States before he sold it. Patrick went on to work as Vice President of Marketing with an 8-figure real estate firm. In the course of his five-year tenure, the firm more than tripled its annual revenue and became #1 in its competitive niche market.

As Managing Director and Partner of an Atlanta-based marketing agency, Patrick and his team created various marketing campaigns, generating great revenue. His strategies encompassed everything from putting small businesses on the map, to creating a marketing strategy for a two-billion-dollar company and running marketing campaigns for programs at Fortune 500 companies.

Patrick is a graduate of Georgia Tech in Atlanta, Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Management — with coursework focused in Marketing and Entrepreneurship. He completed additional coursework with UCLA Extension and Worcester College at the University of Oxford, United Kingdom. He enjoys marketing, staying fit, making a difference in the lives of others, and creating adventures with his wife and their two sports-loving boys.

“I am very excited to be joining the Dream Live Prosper team,” comments Patrick. “I have always loved working with passionate individuals who are driven to greatness, and that’s what I’ve found here at DLP. When I shared the DLP Purpose and Core Values with my wife, she said that it sounded like I wrote them. I did not, but I have been living these values, and now I look forward to living them as part of DLP. Over the years, I’ve loved creating and implementing marketing campaigns and systems that drive results and revenue. DLP has already been incredibly successful and I look forward to further driving results to meet and exceed revenue goals in the future.”

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