Michael Miller is a Motivational Speaker, Corporate Trainer, Consultant, and Author. He spent 12 years in the United States Army, is a decorated combat veteran of the Gulf War, and retired as a Captain. He is currently the CEO and Founder of Primo Solutions, LLC. His experience includes working as a consultant for one of the largest consulting firms in the world, a Senior Systems Analyst at the Pentagon for the Department of the Army Chief Information Officer, and the Chief Operating Officer of a full service research company.
Mike is the author of four books and has spoken to sold out audiences across the country. His book, “Stop selling and Start Caring” was written specifically for the senior living industry. He has spoken to big names as AT&T, Lucent Technologies, Nextel, IBM, Intel, SRP, the U.S. Army, the U.S. Marine Corps, countless Associations and organizations, and many other corporate giants. Fearless and confident throughout his career, Mike has been a pioneer in developing advanced sales processes spending the last 13 years focusing his efforts exclusively in the senior living industry.
One of the first things you will notice about Mike is the fact that he is vertically challenged. Yes, he is much shorter than the average man. Barely standing 5’4″ (depending on the shoes he is wearing),he often hears that over-used quote, “I thought you would be taller.” He has probably heard every short joke in the book. Don’t let his size deceive you though. What he lacks in height, he makes up with heart. Yes, he does have the “short man” syndrome, but that has been the driving factor to his success. He has gone from being picked last (or never picked at all) on the playground, to being a highly sought after speaker. Mike believes he is merely a giant stuck in a short man’s body.
What you see is what you get. Mike is no different in life than when he is on stage. His casual personality is reflected in both his attire and his delivery. His riveting stories are real and will take your emotions on a roller coaster ride from wanting to jump up and cheer to grabbing a Kleenex to wipe away a tear. His presentations are simple and clear, and rarely does he use words over three syllables! Whether he is training for two days or merely keynoting for an hour, each and every time he steps onto the stage, Mike’s primary goal is to make a difference in someone’s life.