I’ve Found The World’s Best TED Talk

I’ve Found The World’s Best TED Talk

Our guest in today’s podcast is Mike Michalowicz (pronounced mi-KAL-o-witz for all you people who like pronouncing things right).

He is the entrepreneur behind three multi-million dollar companies and the author of The Pumpkin Plan and the business cult classic, The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur. With a popular, quirky website MikeMichalowicz.com, he is a globally recognized entrepreneurial advocate. Mike is a former small business columnist for the Wall Street Journal, and now hosts the business make-over segment on MSNBC’s Your Business.

And that bit, by the way, was pulled verbatim from his speaker page. Firstly because I am lazy and if I could pull the entire blog post from somewhere without getting slapped with a cease and desist I would. But more importantly, and seriously, he has an AWESOME speaker resource page.

If you are a speaker or want to be one, (if you don’t want to be a speaker you probably took that wrong turn in Albuquerque), you need to check out the resources he has put together for interviews and speaking gigs. I am writing this pre-interview so I am not 100%, but willing to bet this process gets him more talks than if he didn’t have it.

Mike’s third book, Profit And Loss is due out this month. Make sure to check out his website here.

Mike is a real pro as you will see in his talk embedded below titled: “The World’s Best”. This talk is a great use of story, lively and electric. Mike is truly a great speaker and we’re glad to have him as our guest today. Enjoy the podcast!

 

Written by Mike Brooks

Mike is the founder of Nuclear Chowder Marketing, LLC and is dedicated to helping small businesses get more customers online. He is also a podcaster who hosts the Nuclear Chowder Online Marketing For Small Business podcast. His goal is to become a well-known public speaker.

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