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Mike Dailey

Mike Dailey

Mike Dailey is an Information Technology consultant, entrepreneur and author with over 20 years of experience in the industry. He shares his entrepreneurial and career development advice to help others achieve success as a freelancer or small business owner.

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Mike Dailey is an Information Technology consultant and entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in the industry where he specializes in data networking and web development.

Over the life of his career Mike has developed methods and strategies to drive his career forward and in a direction that delivered the greatest level of satisfaction. With a “family and self first” philosophy he has enhanced both his career and his quality of life using these methods and strategies on a daily basis.

A motivated and ambitious entrepreneur, Mike has built a successful career as an independent consultant and small business owner based on the core values of integrity, leadership, and personal growth. Desiring more career growth and earning potential than was achievable from his 9 to 5 job, Mike set out to use the experience and strategies he had learned to become more successful and earn more as a self-employed freelance consultant.

Mike’s passion for helping fellow self-employed professionals and entrepreneurs achieve the same level of success flows through in both his mentoring and his published blogs, articles, and ebooks. Mike can help you establish and grow your professional career, as well.

You can reach Mike via his website at, or via Twitter and Facebook. to Shut Down Permanently on December 31, 2017

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