On Sale: July 26, 2016
Featuring: Michael Mulroney
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Big M OK Used Car–magnate Michael Mulroney never set out to
be heroic. He lives at the top, naturally, thanks to
instinct, wit, and the will to win. Insolvency is not the
same as poverty; poverty is for poor people. And a man of
proven dexterity is not poor. He beats the practical
challenges of life in the golden state—of fickle markets,
lowballers, long-toothed real-estate women, name droppers,
fitness compulsives, sexual-molestation charges, and the
ten-percent grade up Hazel Dell on a bicycle four days in a
Samson slew a thousand philistines with the jawbone of an
ass. Michael Mulroney may be more deliberate in sussing out
a situation, measuring a mark for front-end warmth,
background development, schmoozing up and hosing down. But
soon he’ll step back in deference to his inner Samson, who
will swing away, going in for the close.
If the ledger won’t balance, give it a few days with some
hustle and scramble and judiciously placed phone calls.
That’s the difference between a poor man and a man of the
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