04 Oct October 5, 2020 – Rethink Social Paul O’Mahony and Complete Cloud Doug Miller
Paul O’Mahony – Founder and CEO of ReThink Academy
Mortgage comes from the Latin word ‘to die or death.’
Mortgage literally means debt until death.
Paul O’Mahony is a world-renowned entrepreneur, international public speaker, four-time best-selling author, and expert business trainer. He made his first two online sales on only his second day of using Twitter, and built up a following of over 30,000 people in just one month. He then set up an online business, making in excess of £8,000 per month and, since then, has become a world-leading digital marketing and social media expert and highly sought-after international speaker. Over the past ten years, Paul and his team at Re-Think Academy have helped over 10,000 individuals, start-up entrepreneurs, influencers and business owners build, grow and scale their businesses to 7 figures and beyond through cutting edge digital marketing and affiliate marketing techniques. Paul helps people start up their businesses without risk and with little to no start-up costs and believes that there is no need to re-invent the wheel when it comes to business. Paul is the author of Rethink Social Media, where he teaches cutting edge techniques in mastering Social Media to optimise how businesses can make the absolute most out of the Social Media phenomenon.
Doug Miller – CEO of Brightworks Group
The problem is that technology companies have sold technology.
They have not sold solutions or end results.
Doug Miller is the owner and CEO of Brightworks, an Indianapolis managed IT provider with expertise in manufacturing, financial services and health care. He leads a team of 5 to command a $1 million dollar ARR. Their “Complete Cloud,” IT ops platform has grown aggressively during COVID-19 as the demand for remote teams and tools has surged. Mr. Miller has extensive information technology operations experience in manufacturing, financial services, and health care, as well as a deep consulting background in many more industries. Much of Doug’s experience has been in startup companies where he was required to provide hands-on engineering support one moment, and then shift into leadership or pre-sales role the next. He eventually moved into a senior technical leadership position in a large public hospital, where he was responsible for leading the Tier IV engineering function in a 24/7/365 IT environment. Doug moved from there into several years of consulting, which included managing the migration of a hospital data center from the hospital itself to a remote hosting facility while not disrupting clinical operations – a project he completed well within budget and on time. He has also recently lead a project to replace existing hospital bed-side workstations with a new, VDI-based single-sign-on system, significantly streamlining clinical workflow.