Getting Jiggy with Mike Michalowicz Author of Profit First (Revised)

Eric Greenspan

  • March 29, 2017
  • 11:00 am
  • 50 Minute
  • Free to the public
  • CPE Credit: 1.0

Subject Area: Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Prerequisite: No prerequisites required
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group-Internet Based
Advanced Preparation: None required
Who Should Attend: Bookkeepers, accountants, ProAdvisors, CPAs, business owners

Participants will learn about Mike's new book Profit First Revised and Expanded.

Come and meet Mike, listen to Mike and watch Mike share stories from his past, good and bad, and how his ideas for his books: The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur, The Pumpkin Plan, Profit First, Surge and now Profit First Revised and Expanded.

Mike will share his stories of success and how failure led him to this point in his career. He will tell you some truth about life and what it truly means to be an entrepreneur and risking EVERYTHING in pursuit of your dreams.

Host(s):
Eric Greenspan, Chief Education Officer, astUtemy
Mike Michalowicz, Author of Profit First and other awesome business books that are actually useful!

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