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Michael E. Angier is the founder and CIO (Chief Inspiration Officer) of SuccessNet based in the Tampa Bay area in Florida. He's a father, grandfather, husband, writer, speaker, entrepreneur, coach and student. In addition to The Achievement Code, he's the author of 101 Best Ways to Get Ahead and 101 Best Ways to Be Your Best as well as thousands of articles on personal, professional and business development. Michael's work has been featured in numerous publications such as USA Today, Selling Power, Home Business Magazine, Opportunity World, Personal Excellence and Sales & Marketing Excellence, as well as digital publications. He's been interviewed on TV and radio many times. He sits on the Advisory Board for the Business School of Keiser University in Lakeland, FL and his popular articles have earned him a Paul Harris Fellowship with Rotary International. Angier has experienced personal and professional success, but he's also suffered bitter defeat. Although certainly preferring the former, Michael feels that he's learned the most from his struggles and disappointments. He feels that life's greatest lessons are learned by overcoming the obstacles in the path of a challenging and worthwhile objective. Michael's passion is human potential. He believes fervently in the indomitable human spirit and revels in helping people and companies grow and prosper. As a child, he started reading biographies of famous people and was fascinated by their lives and their contributions to the world. Over the past 35 years, Michael has devoted himself to studying what works and has been an ardent student of the principles of success. He's taught seminars and conducted workshops on goal setting, motivation and personal development in five countries. Mr. Angier is a positive and optimistic man. He views the next few decades as a time of unparalleled change and substantial opportunity. He sees "high-tech" merging with "high-touch" in a way that could allow for personal and spiritual transformation to seem almost magical. He sees science and spirituality as complementary. Michael feels that there are three things essential to living a fulfilling and successful life: a purpose to live for, a self to live with and a faith to live by. Michael is married to Dawn Angier-his partner, best friend, mentor, teacher, student and confidante. They have six adult children and four grandchildren. Michael enjoys tennis, traveling, reading and helping people realize their dreams.