What’s stopped you from being who you are? Societal expectations? What your teachers, parents, and friends tell you? What you think others expect from you? Maybe the best way to have a great life is to ignore what everyone else says and do you.
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Armed with a MBA in computerized management information systems, Matthew Lesko became a professor in computer science and started a career as an entrepreneur. After a couple failures, he made it big by helping major businesses tap government programs to finance mergers and acquisitions and enter new markets. In a few short years, this business grew from just himself in a one-room apartment to 30 researchers in downtown Washington, DC. He then left the corporate world to educate the average consumer on the same subject and has written over 100 books on free money. Two became New York Times Bestsellers.
He was also a columnist for the New York Times Syndicate and Good Housekeeping magazine and has appeared on hundreds of radio and TV shows and made regular appearances on Letterman, Larry King, Oprah,and many others. His crazy TV infomercials were among the most popular in the industry and he is often recognized on the street because Lesko always wears Question Mark Suits.