My guest in this episode is Mike Dillard. Mike is an entrepreneur in Austin Texas. He built his first million-dollar business by the age of 27, teaching small business owners how to effectively market their products and services online using “attraction-marketing” strategies.
In 2010 he founded a financial education company in order to teach others how to achieve financial freedom through investment strategies commonly reserved for the wealthy.
Combined, his businesses have produced more than $50 Million in revenue without outside funding.
In 2017, Mike developed the world’s first, fully-automated hydroponic system for food production, EverGrow.
His primary company today is Self-Made Man which provides the knowledge and skills entrepreneurs need in order to achieve their goals in life and business.
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