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Tech Entrepreneur Elle Morrill Offers Inspirational Life Advice in ARI Roundtable

Watch the interview for a taste of a valuable perk of ARI membership.

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ARI Roundtables are an exclusive monthly online event for our donors, featuring intriguing guest interviews and exclusively released content. Since 2020 they have become a staple of the Objectivist community, providing an exciting forum to engage with some of the most productive minds influenced by Ayn Rand’s philosophy of reason, individualism, and capitalism. The event involves lively discussions and inspiring guest interviews, with breakout rooms hosted by ARI staff followed by a free-form hangout.

A key component of the Roundtables has been our interviews with guests who share insight into their careers and stories about the influence of Objectivism on their lives. We’ve featured a broad range of guests, such as businessman Binh Dang , cognitive neuroscientist Prof. Dale Stevens, and philosopher James Lennox, just to name a few. The experience is packed with moving stories sure to provide spiritual fuel for those that want to engage with other valuers.

This past month’s Roundtable featured an exciting interview with tech startup expert and entrepreneur, Elle Morrill. She took us on a journey from her beginnings working at the age of 14 in positions ranging from stable hand and McDonald’s crew member, to her own executive coaching business, all the way to her current position as a CEO and cofounder at Groupthink, a new AI-driven remote meeting app. Morrill recounted her learning experiences as a founder and manager and revealed some of the most valuable career advice she picked up on the way.

When asked about the impact of Rand on her life and career, Morrill highlighted how Rand’s portrayal of Dagny Taggart in Atlas Shrugged impacted her professional and interpersonal outlook. She also shared her thoughts on the role Objectivist ideas give her an advantage as a leader in her field.

Morrill’s charismatic personality and mind for business and personal growth really shone through as a testament to the cardinal value of productivity in one’s life. You can now watch a recording of her interview, as a taste of one of the valuable perks that come with ARI membership.


If you value the ideas presented here, please become an ARI Member today.

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Ibis Slade

Ibis Slade is a junior fellow at the Ayn Rand Institute and a content creator. He focuses on American intellectual and moral history.

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