My First Blog Post

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken.

— Oscar Wilde.

While this is the first post of this blog, this is by no means my first attempt at writing. No sir, this is a never ending love hate relationship. I love the idea of writing. I don’t always love how my thoughts make it on to the “paper”.

In addition to starting numerous blogs and stopping numerous blogs, I wrote a novel related to the residential mortgage industry which is by “9 to 5”. You can find the link for that book here: . I’m also working on a second book, but it’s not a novel. It’s a how to on developing commercial real estate. I’ll post the link to purchase that book once it’s finalized in late January.

The World According to Michael is going to be filled with business basics, how to succeed in running a business, observations about the U.S. and global economy, and personal development. A one-stop shop for anyone currently running a business or looking to get started in business.

What makes me qualified to offer advice? Well first, it’s the Internet. We’re all experts here. Secondly, I’m a Millennial. So of course I have the best advice to offer. In all seriousness, I’ve been running a business for the last 5 years. A business with over 300 employees and a lot of moving parts. A business that requires constant attention to stay on top of trends and to put out first. The residential mortgage business. Prior to joining the mortgage company I work for, I worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers (pwc) in Dallas as a tax CPA. I still carry my license, but I don’t practice.

Thanks for stopping by and I know you’ll find value from the content.

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