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--Brian Tracy, author of Million Dollar Habits
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About the Author
Michael Dalton Johnson is a highly savvy business professional and the creator of a product that has sold over 3 million units. He has appeared on NBC's Today Show as well as most major television network news shows. He has been a guest on more than 200 radio shows. Johnson has also been featured in leading publications, including U.S. News and World Report, Time, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, and The New York Times.
He is the founder of SalesDog.com, an educational and marketing website for sales professionals, marketers, and business owners. He partners with over 100 sales and business growth experts.
An award winning publisher and marketing expert, he has a very diverse business background. A master of the business startup. Johnson is the founder of several successful businesses and the editor and publisher of Top Dog Sales Secrets: 50 Top Experts Show You Proven Ways to Skyrocket Your Sales. He currently owns and operates three commercial websites with offices in Carlsbad, California.
He served as Director of Development for an international technical publishing and marketing company, which he took from three employees and two products to a multinational enterprise with hundreds of employees and over 100 products.
At the age of 15, he dropped out of high school to take a full-time job. He joined the Army at 17. After his service in the military, he worked as a ranch hand, factory worker, and construction laborer before venturing into the business world. He has never taken a business course and brings an unpretentious outsider's real world view to the subject of making money in business. The father of five, he and his wife Kathryn make their home in Rancho Santa Fe, California.