After selling his first company, Michalowicz launched a new business the very next day, and in less than three years, sold it to a Fortune 500. With his newest venture, Obsidian Launch, he fosters startup businesses with his 'get rich right' approach.
A graduate of Inc. and MIT's Birthing of Giants Entrepreneurial Program, Michalowicz received Young Entrepreneur of the Year awards multiple times. He is a recurring guest on CNBC's The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch, ABC News, and other television programs; has been featured on multiple radio stations including National Public Radio (NPR) and in The New York Times, SmartCEO Magazine, and other publications.
Michalowicz is a guest lecturer for entrepreneurial groups at Babson, Boston College, Columbia, Harvard, Penn State, Temple, University of The West Indies and other colleges throughout the country and world.
This is a great book. If you're thinking of starting a business this is a must read! Well worth the money.Published 13 days ago by Mason Henkel
Opens the mind to what can be accomplished when you bring out your inner TPE.Published 16 days ago by Myles R. Jenkins
Mike gets you off the pot & cleans up your business with this undisclosed Narcotics Anonymous propaganda trash you really can wipe you ass withPublished 22 days ago by Glenn Richards
Excellent, Practical Business Book! A ust read for any Entrepreneur or business owner!Published 26 days ago by Emmanuel Sarmiento
easy plain reading that will motivate you to go for your dream of being an entrepreneur, if that is what you really want. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Insightful, practical,and down to the earth. Short, straightforward. Love it. The kindle book with the audible book make a great pair.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
The humorous part for me waswhat to do when you are stuck with an empty roll! Overall it was a more non serious read for me. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Rowley
This book was not what I expected. It has a lot of very basic and obvious things to say but I do not feel it odds a Grady help to a budding entrepreneur. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Overstreet
I like its humours take but still being very serious at the same time. For entrepreneurs out there that have a sense of humourPublished 2 months ago by llp