Business Strategies By Author & Entrepreneur Interview with Mike Michalowicz
Mike launched three multi-million dollar companies before his 35th birthday
Mike was awarded the NJ SBA’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year when he was 26
Mike sold his first company to private equity and his second firm to a Fortune 500
Mike is the author of Fix This Next, Clockwork, Surge,
The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur, The Pumpkin Plan, and Profit First
Mike is a former small business columnist for The Wall Street Journal
Mike’s books have been translated into over 20 different languages
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
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1 – Maximize your efforts for Entrepreneurial success
2 – Build relationships with your clients and survey them regularly
3 – He highlights three simple strategies he uses and how to overcome overwhelm
Sonia talks a bit about Mike Michalowicz
- He is a serial entrepreneur
- He got the young entrepreneur award at the age of 26
- He launched three motions billion-dollar companies before the age of 35
- Mike is also an author
Could you give us a bit of your story and How that all works with our topic
- Mike has been an entrepreneur his entire life since he graduated from university
- He sold one company as a private equity deal
- His third company was a disaster
- After losing everything aside from his family, he went on to become a full-time author
Can you explain to viewers how to be successful and stand out as an entrepreneur?
- He highlights three simple strategies he uses and how to overcome overwhelm
How does it translate to Maslow’s hierarchy, to what you are now?
- The book is called the business hierarchy of needs
- There are five levels to it
- It is based on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs law
How does that help a business owner/ entrepreneur stand out and be successful?
- Maximize your efforts
What you say to business about how to really survey their clients and ask them certain questions
- Try to build relationships
- Reach out to them
- Run an advertisement
What bit of guidance can you give to people once they have collected that information and how can they try to look at it from a different point of view?
- Write down what you currently do
- Write down the polar opposite of that
- Then blend it all together
Are there any other last minute things you might want to say?
- Have a responsibility in this market to sell and be profitable.
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