Broadcast Louder’s Creativity + Abundance 2.0
****Now Replaying**** Aired: Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2012, 8 PM EST / 5 PM PST
You will learn:
- Why most entrepreneurs “water the weak” resulting in a struggling business and what to do about it.
- How an entrepreneur can pick the most promising seed (opportunity) to grow a successful, healthy business.
- Why customer referrals don’t work, and how to use the “root system” to get a steady stream of clients.
You will NOT find these classes anywhere else.
I guarantee you will learn so much and once implemented into your OWN business, will make a tremendous difference in your growth, reach and sales!
With my special Guest Speaker, Mike Michalowicz, author of The Pumpkin Plan and The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur
- Mike’s last name is pronounced “ mi-CAL-o-wits”
- Website is www.ToiletPaperEntrepreneur.com
- Mike has founded 3 multimillion-dollar companies
- Mike sold his first company to private investors, sold his second company to a Fortune 500, and currently operates his third (called Obsidian Launch)
- Mike’s company Obsidian Launch provides behavioral web design services
- Mike is the author of The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur and is releasing his next book, The Pumpkin Plan in the summer of 2012 (published by Penguin Group)
- Mike is the segment host of MSNBC’s Your Business (Business Makeovers)
- Mike is a small business columnist for The Wall Street Journal and for American Express Open Forum
- Mike is the recipient of multiple entrepreneurial awards, including the SBA’s Young Entrepreneur of The Year
- Mike keynotes events throughout the world – from universities, to entrepreneurial organizations, to major corporations.
Mike Michalowicz started his first business at the age of 24, moving his young family to the only safe place he could afford – a retirement village. With no experience, no contacts and no savings he systematically bootstrapped a multi-million dollar business. Then he did it again. And again.
His experience building three multi-million dollar companies fostered a philosophy rarely taught to entrepreneurs: the lack of money, experience and resources is, in fact, your greatest asset. Because, all these “limitations” bring about the key ingredient to entrepreneurial success: innovation.
Mike is the president of a behavioral e-marketing firm, Obsidian Launch; is the small business columnist for The Wall Street Journal; is the “business makeover” specialist on MSNBC; and is the author of cult classic book, The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur. His second book, The Pumpkin Plan, is soon to be released by Portfolio, an imprint of the Penguin Group.