Read about Mike's amazing story in The Washington Post's article, From crack cocaine to Mar-a-Lago: The unusual journey of the MyPillow man. It truly is a story of a journey that has run from "pig pens and Las Vegas card tables to MyPillow fame and the gold-plated halls of Mar-a-Lago."
Mike Lindell joined the "Made in America" roundtable that was hosted by President Trump, Vice-president Pence, Department of Labor Secretary Alex Acosta, and Director of the White House Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro.
Mike's entrepreneurial success story actually starts in a crack house.
Jane Wells talks to Mike Lindell for her CNBC Strange Success Podcast series which is about people who have come up with crazy ideas and managed to go from failure and rejection to success.
"What a great story about entrepreneurship and faith molded into one," says Lee Habeeb in this
Mike says that “MyPillow is a vehicle for a greater calling, that his success is a gift from God." But, as this CBS Sunday Morning video with Martha Teichner shows, it was a struggle to get MyPillow to be the success it is today.
Mike Lindell was a crack cocaine drug addict who found peace through recovery and wants others to find this peace also.
Mike describes his journey of going from “crack addict to CEO” (and more) with Laura Harris Smith from theTHREE.tv.
Mike talks to Jim Polito about his crack cocaine addiction, his recovery through God, and following his promise to God by helping other addicts break their cycle of addictions.
KQRS's Tom Bernard starts his interview with Mike by chastising Mike for not telling him about getting the Presidential Award at the National Religious Br
In an informative interview with Kim and VB, Mike surprised all with his statement that he had just visited with Vice President Pence. Mike also discussed the benefits of the tax bill and President Trump's tariffs in the interview.
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