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Michael Rosenbaum is a business consultant and former financial journalist who has both studied and advised hundreds of corporate leaders over his career. As president of the nation s largest investor relations agency, Rosenbaum managed operations of a $35 million business and advised CEOs and CFOs at more than 150 companies regarding strategic financial and marketing issues. He holds both a bachelor s degree in communications and a master s degree in business administration and is an active member of the World Presidents Organization. In addition to "Six Tires, No Plan," he has written three business texts and a collection of commonsense life lessons, "Your Name Here: Guide to Life.""
"An inspirational roadmap for business and life." -- Harvey Mackay, author, #1 New York Times bestseller Swim With The Sharks Without -- 20120301 "Bruce Halle has helped to grow Discount Tire every year since its inception, creating a stable and prosperous business throughout the years for the thousands of the company's employees and their families. Fifty years of growth is a remarkable accomplishment, but I know Bruce gives all the credit to his people. That is the kind of leader and the kind of man that he is." -- Roger Penske -- 20120301 "Bruce Halle has achieved the impossible by earning immense brand loyalty in a commodity business. His disciplined focus on employee motivation and customer service offers lessons for anyone seeking success in businessor life" -- Pitt Hyde, founder of AutoZone -- 20120301 "Halle's is a unique story of the human side of the economy, showing how to create conditions for each person to best serve the customer and fellow employees. This book sheds new light on the ways a leader can create the conditions that will allow people to become who they are." -- Francois Michelin, retired CEO of Michelin -- 20120301 "Bruce Halle's story is an inspiration. He starts his employees changing tires; fixes flat tires for free; is never undersold; scouts every location and okays every store he builds. He promotes from within, rewards his people generously for their achievements and leads by examplenever wavering from these core values. This book should be required reading for entrepreneurs everywhere." -- Karl Eller, chairman and CEO of The Eller Company -- 20120301 "Bruce Halle's story should inspire any would-be entrepreneur to look beyond the numbers and focus, first, on the people who create success. Halle has shown that even a commodity business can become a brand by building real relationships with customers." -- Edward B. Rust Jr., chairman and CEO of State Farm Mutual -- 20120301