Michael Giannulis (Gee-uh-NEW-liss - kind of like “Gee, a new list” because after all, he’s in marketing!) has overcome the odds and loves to share that story to inspire others. Mike especially thrives on connecting with entrepreneurs to motivate them to “do big things” in the world.
Quote: Life rewards those who take action, not those who take notes. - Michael Giannulis
Mike’s story begins in an average family where he had to work for everything he had. He started “at the bottom” and worked his way into the American Dream. In fact, Mike dropped out of high school, went back to get his degree and even went to college… ending up on a popular reality TV show. As a guy who started his working life stocking shelves on the overnight shift at a giant retailer, Mike has seen the spectrum.
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Now Mike grows and scales companies, using real-world experience to make this happen. His most recent company is on track to do $40 million in gross revenues. He is a serial entrepreneur who develops systems to help other entrepreneurs run multiple companies without having to be there.
In 2012 Mike appeared on the ABC television show Extreme Weight Loss, losing 255 pounds. He has overcome a stutter. He has gone from the bottom of the corporate ladder to the top of the mountain… and he loves helping others do the same.
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If there\'s anything that I\'m proof of, its that success is not a straight line. There are ups and downs, zigzags and turnarounds. Everything is a continuation of where you came from, and where you\'re trying to go. So I would say for people that are out there, whether it\'s your business or your health, or whatever it is you\'re trying to focus on, just know that it\'s going to be a process.
I believe in that a lot, just look for feedback. The funny thing about feedback that I tell people all the time is that feedback usually comes in the form of a problem, a complaint or an issue. That\'s how feedback comes to us.