This article reminded me to close the loop on my encounter with Clint Hill, the Secret Service agent with his drink on a business card, who risked his life attempting to save that of President Kennedy’s. After a post on this page several weeks ago, I’m happy to announce that Clint’s books continue to do well on Amazon and elsewhere. It pleases me to no end that I was able to help spread the word about who this man is, and what he did for our country. I’m also happy to announce that Compari has donated $5,000 to whatever charity Read More
Big thanks to Forbes, for giving me some space to celebrate the tenth anniversary of mikeroweWORKS.
Hey Mike – I notice a lot of clips out there
This was a fun one. Thanks Ben!
The conversation, that is. As for the actual skills gap, it’s wider than ever, but at least people are acknowledging it
Is it weird to share a video from my foundation page
Pretty good story earlier this month on CBS that I forgot to share.
I need to do a better job of sharing letters like this one.
Dear Mike – I want to congratulate you on your interview in Philanthropy Magazine.
Mike – As part of my stalking regime, I set up a google alert for “Mike+Rowe+Dirty+Jobs” a few months ago.
“Question – do you post every article that’s written about you?”
Couple months ago, I wrote an open letter to “Tool Companies of America,”
Check out Mike’s conversation with Lewis Howes, The School of Greatness [Episode 403]
A very smart man named James Piereson has not only written an excellent article in The Wall St. Journal debunking a few of the many flaws in “free college for all,”
I was flattered when he invited me to give this years commencement address for Prager University.