Amy Rees Anderson discussed her book, What Awesome Looks Like: How To Excel In Business & Life, at MOI Global’s Meet-the-Author Summer Forum 2019. Amy is Managing Partner of REES Capital.
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About the book:
From starting her first company at age twenty-three with only $23,000 to selling her last company at age forty for $377 million and becoming an angel investor, author Amy Rees Anderson knows how to succeed in the world of business and how to do it the right way. In What AWESOME Looks Like: How to Excel in Business and Life, Amy shares valuable insights and strategies for success that aspiring entrepreneurs, employees, and executives can easily replicate in their own lives. What AWESOME Looks Like will inspire and motivate you to join the ranks of those who don’t just dream, they do. And that is what AWESOME looks like!
About the author:
Amy Rees Anderson is a successful entrepreneur, angel investor, philanthropist, author, and public speaker.
Amy is the Managing Partner of REES Capital, an Angel Investing Firm; the founder of the IPOP Foundation, a charity focused on promoting entrepreneurship as a pathway to self-reliance; and is serving on 12 boards.
Amy is also a contributor to both Forbes and the Huffington Post and is the author of the newly released Forbesbook, “What Awesome Looks Like: How To Excel In Business & Life”. She is an in-demand keynote speaker and an invited lecturer at a number of Universities.
In 2018, Amy partnered with Utah State University’s CGO to launch the Amy Rees Anderson Academic Entrepreneur’s Program.
Previously, Amy was the CEO of MediConnect Global, a healthcare technology company she grew and sold for over $377 million.
Amy has been the recipient of a number of awards which include receiving the prestigious Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award, being named CEO of the Year, and being the first women to be named BYU’s Entrepreneur of the Year. She’s been featured in Inc Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Businessweek, and many other national publications. In 2015 Amy received an honorary PhD.