“I really believe, dollar for dollar, nothing beats a book. It’s the download of an entrepreneur’s mind…”
In this episode, we talk about lessons shared with us by a multi-million dollar serial entrepreneur and an advocate of smaller business owners around the world on different ways to help you on your journey – from marketing, sales, finance, team building – basically the whole entrepreneurial experience.
You’re going to love this guy as much as you’ll love his books. Listen to the full interview as he genuinely shares his passion for empowering business leaders across the globe in order to be successful.
ABOUT OUR GUEST
Mike Michalowicz is the entrepreneur behind three multimillion-dollar companies and is the author of Profit First, Clockwork, The Pumpkin Plan, Fix This Next, Get Different, My Money Bunnies and his newest book, All In.
He is a former small business columnist for The Wall Street Journal and regularly travels the globe as an entrepreneurial advocate.
Mike is an active partner in multiple companies, including an American manufacturer, a business growth consultancy, an augmented reality tech firm, and a certification organization for accountants, bookkeepers and business coaches.
Other quick facts about Mike:
Mike was awarded the NJ SBA’s Young Entrepreneur of The Year when he was 26
Mike launched three multi-million dollar companies before his 35th birthday
Mike sold his first company to private equity and his second firm to a Fortune 500
Mike’s books have been translated into over 20 different languages
To learn more about Mike and get access to a treasure trove of entrepreneurial tips, visit www.MikeMichalowicz.com.
ABOUT OUR HOST
Ken Eslick is an Entrepreneur, Author, Podcaster, Tony Robbins Trainer, Life Coach, Husband of 35+ Years, and Grandfather. Ken currently spends his time as the President & Founder of The Leaders Lab where he and his team focus on Senior Leadership Acquisition. They get founders the next level C-Suite Leaders they need to go from being an Inc. Magazine 5000 fastest growing company to $100,000,000 + in revenue.
You can learn more about Ken and his team at
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