Andy Killion Gives Business Lessons Learned During The Recession From His Book How To Fail In Business

Andy Killion, Ventura businessman and author of HOW TO FAIL IN BUSINESS

Andy Killion is a Wall Street trained stockbroker turned boatyard owner in pursuit of one simple goal: freedom.

From a mahogany paneled office in a climate controlled modern office tower, Andy quit his cushy Morgan Stanley stockbroker position to chase his lifelong dream of owning his own business.

Andy is President of Anchors Way Marine Centers and a member of Pierpont Bay Yacht Club.

He is a fifth generation Californian and a graduate of the Santa Barbara City College Marine Technology Program. He is also a graduate of the California Maritime Academy where he received a BS in Business Administration as well as a US Coast Guard Unlimited Tonnage license.

Andy’s experiences run from working tug boats in Alaska to commercial diving in addition to spending 13 years with Morgan Stanley as a Financial Advisor.

Andy, his wife, son and daughter live in Ventura.

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