Everyone seems to be a founder and CEO. Everyone seems to have some off the wall "Chief-something-or-another" on their business card these days. They're a networking mastermind, an entreprneur a social media expert or whatever the hell else is the trending topic of the day. I don't unerstand the obessions with the titles. It's as if we need a business card or an Instagram bio to validate our signficance in the world. It's crazy.Read More
In this late night interview with Dr. Sabrina on 910AM Superstation, Mikhail talks about his successes and failures as a poker player, the importance of taking calculated risks, and listening to the needs of othersRead More
I'm turning 30 in about a week and a half. God-willing, I'm about a third of the way through and I've learned some things along the way. One of the most valuable lessons I've learned about three years ago is that everything that is 'happening' to you right now is absolutely your fault.Read More
Isn’t it weird that in a world where we seem to be working 24–7 it can still feel like you get nothing done? Days are flooded with emails, meetings, and push notifications and we’re still expected to meet deadlines. As the world becomes more connected, pushing us to work odder hours, managing our time has to be at the top of our ‘to-do lists’.Read More
It’s October 18th, 2016 and 7twelve Marketing is about 2.5 years old now. It’s petty exciting to see how far we’ve come. We went from living-room floors to coffee shops, to warehouses to more coffee shops to more living rooms then finally a nice space in Irvine, CA.Read More
Just to clarify, I’m not in the business of raising capital. I can’t say I never will be, but as of the moment of this post, I’m not. The business I started is not based on user acquisition, and I don’t have a 5 year exit strategy. I have a weird feeling that If you’re reading this, neither do you.
I started a service-based business, which is not exactly something that’s going to make me the next Zuckerberg, and definitely not the next Spiegel.Read More