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FSBTV024: Mike Colon Part 9 (The Forgotten Episodes)

January 1, 2010
This is the first of four remaining Mike Colon Live at Brooks – The Forgotten Episodes. Originally filmed at the famed Brooks Institute October 2008, in this episode Mike talks about what it’s like being considered a sex symbol. the importance of image, and how long it was before he was able to afford to put an ad in a magazine. This is a fun and informative episode you won’t want to miss.

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  1. January 7, 2010 at 12:45 am

    Lol, never thought of Mike as a sex-symbol – IMV he's more a metrosexual dandy than anything else. But maybe that's because I'm a guy…

    Although I enjoy listening to Mike and agree on most what of he says, I can't on his views on chasing money is supposed to be bad, shallow or "not what god wants" (I think this was in the last episode). We all need motivation for everything we do and we do generally work for – – money. Probably none of us would shoot weddings regularly without the money, with Mike explicitly specializing in extracting higher-than-average quantities from his clients. Receiving money from someone without working for it may feel shallow, but when working for it it doesn't . Even making insane amounts in insanely short periods of time can get be pretty heady and satisfying. (I've experienced this, although not in our industry)

    • January 7, 2010 at 5:16 pm

      I actually don't think Mike has ever said it is bad chasing money. You should go back and watch that interview. In fact he's very much about getting paid and creating a business that can do it. His point was more about priorities in life, not that going after money is bad. Mike would be the last person to make a comment like \”going after money is bad.\”

  2. Sheila Estelle
    January 7, 2010 at 9:08 pm

    I really enjoyed this interview, Ron, with Mike Colon. It is always enjoyable learning from the Pro's in the industry. Thank you for making the great video. I love your work!
    Best wishes,

    Sheila Estelle

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