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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.
What a delightful read! Mike Michalowicz does not mince his word, and gets straight to the point. A refreshing approach to most things entrepreneurial. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Corne Erasmus
This should be required reading for those who need a coach to help thin creatively. I live the fact the author is in your face as he tells you why your excuses for not starting a... Read morePublished 19 days ago by PWICU Reviews
This is one of 2 books I always recommend to people who say, "I want to start my own business." Mike provides awesome insight on how to grow a startup with humble... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brendan Reilly
Practical advice from someone who has lived the entrepreneurial journey. Not to mention, it's really funny. Loved this book.Published 1 month ago by Brent Kelly
This is exactly the book I have been wanting to write for years. Now I don't have to anymore since Mike did such a great job on this one! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mathijs Maliepaard
Great book. Good read. Author is clear actionable and has a ton of great advice.Published 1 month ago by Justian
That's so much great stuff in this book. I am not much of a reader, but I enjoy reading this book. I would recommend to read the first chapter, available on the author's website... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ruby Tan