While some people believe in specialization, others have no problem spreading their wings to cover various areas. It takes an extraordinary person to have a handful of things to sort out and still sort them out so perfectly. Daniel Mark Harrison is one of the few men who have more than three titles to their name. Despite handling various tasks, he leaves a permanent mark in every role that he is involved in. Daniel is an entrepreneur, an evangelist and a CEO of Daniel Mark Harrison Co. (DMH&CO), which is a family business that he oversees. He is also the managing partner of Blockchain funding firm Monkey Capital and Fintech. He is an editor, an author and a factory banking enthusiast, not to forget that he is also a successful Bitcoin entrepreneur.
Although the above titles are many, Daniel tackles one task at a time, and does it to his level best. He manages the daily activities of his family company, which has offices in Bangkok, Singapore, and Hong Kong
. He ensures that his assets, as well as those of the family, are always secure. Daniel has managed Monkey Capital since 2016, and its success can be evidenced by the rating the company got from one of America’s famous radio host Chris Waltzek. Chris gave the rating as he was interviewing Daniel. It is important to note that Chris has talked to other very successful executives such as George Soros.Daniel has published many books
as a journalist. Some of the books address how the millennial respond to different subjection. One of his books is titled ‘The Strange Metamorphosis of Fact & Fiction in Today’s World’. As a journalist and editor, Daniel covered great stories that he published. Stories such as the link between Toyota’s manufacturer to the fact that the company used slave labor. Another major publication is regarding an FBI undercover who was working as the head of the Ku Klux Klan.
Daniel is very educated. He got his Theology degree from the University of Oxford, then he went further to BI Norwegian Business School for his Master’s in Business Administration. He also got a master’s degree in journalism from New York University.