About Cory

Cory Miller is a passionate entrepreneur who believes in finding and maintaining work happiness that aligns with your purpose and plays to your strengths, talents and ambitions, while challenging you to do great things with your life.

In 2008, he started iThemes, a pioneer in building cutting-edge web design software and training for tens of thousands of customers around the globe.

Over a decade and starting from a home office, Cory grew iThemes into a multi-million dollar enterprise, leading a team of 25+ people, in four countries, with an office headquarters in Oklahoma City.

In 2011, iThemes was named the 7th fastest growing company in Oklahoma City by the Metro 50. That same year, he co-founded The Div, Inc., a nonprofit tech foundation aimed at inspiring and training the next generation of software developers through its kid’s program, Div, Jr.

After a decade of successful business, in January 2018, iThemes was acquired by Liquid Web, a premiere web hosting company, and is now an independent unit within the company.

In addition to being a regular leadership speaker, trainer and writer, he is the co-author of WordPress All-in-One for Dummies (Wiley, 2011).

He is a member and past board member of the Oklahoma chapter of Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO), a network of over 8,000 entrepreneurs in 40 countries with companies that have revenue over $1 million dollars annually.

Cory has also served as an EO moderator for 3 peer-to-peer “forum” groups and started and seeded two forum groups during his membership.

He is married to Lindsey Miller, who is a political fundraising consultant. They have an adorable son named Caloway and a little sweetheart daughter named Lillian.

I use this blog to talk about my adventures in entrepreneurship (the roller coaster ride), things I am continually learning about marketing, new business announcements (yes, I will shamelessly promote my life’s work here!) and anything else I want to share with the world, in particular, my very amateur photos, which are most likely taken with my iPhone.

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