Our Office Space column continues to provide you with looks inside the workstations of some of the most well-known content creators in the media world. From memorabilia to timeless media “junk” – and everything else in between (that can be seen on camera), we all know that workplaces can be filled with valuables that either motivate you to keep grinding day by day, or remind you of your most cherished moments in your career thus far.
In the second installment of our photo series, we put the spotlight on Aubrey Marcus, the founder of the industry-leading Onnit, a nutritional brand based on a holistic health philosophy in which he calls Total Human Optimization. Marcus built the Onnit into a $28 million company in just five years. The Austin, Texas native is also the host of two widely-celebrated podcasts, Total Human Optimization and Warrior Poet Project (both over 2.5 million downloads.
Check out some of Marcus’ most prized possessions in his workstation, which includes an autographed basketball signed by a 1980s Lakers roster.
“This is a ball signed by the one of the Lakers teams in the 80s. I forgot what year it’s from though. The whole team signed it – Magic, Kareem, Byron Scott, James Worthy, Kurt Rambis and some others. I was a huge Lakers fan earlier in my life when I was growing up in LA. Not so much anymore.” – Aubrey Marcus, CEO of Onnit