I was a serial entrepreneur and was even fired for wanting to own a business. Eventually, I was able to fill a business need in the mortgage industry, became a millionaire, was placed on the Inc500 list four years in a row.
Between four universities, consulting, and coaching, I have taught over 2,000 students, mentored hundreds of startups and coached hundreds of business owners. Using the teaching strategies I learned at Harvard, and my business knowledge, I was able to help them start and grow their businesses.
My goal is to share that eye opening experience and insight that helps others achieve and exceed their goals.
As I built my business, I did things a little differently. I went with what seemed right, and not with the conventional wisdom. I didn't go into debt. I worked to avoid risk. I treated my employees well. I was able to join the 15% of successful businesses. By the time I was 35, I was a millionaire. My business was listed on the INC. 500 four years in a row. Harvard invited me to attend their small business training program. By age 45, I was able to sell my business and retire.