Mike Koenigs is an unemployable serial entrepreneur with a high-school education whose obsession with taking apart gadgets to figure out their inner workings started as soon as he could crawl. He quickly learned he has the attention span of a bag of gnats on amphetamines. His curiosity in tech, psychology, entertainment, storytelling, entrepreneurship, marketing,
and spirit has taken him to Uganda where he witnessed a woman dying of AIDS in a mud hut to the great pyramid in Egypt where he chanted in the king’s sarcophagus with Deepak Chopra and Wayne Dyer. He has played the didgeridoo in an IMAX movie, produced a feature film, started and sold five businesses from scratch, survived stage 3A colorectal cancer, and created a video game that shipped with six million boxes of General Mills cereal.
He believes entrepreneurship is an international language of peace, opportunity, freedom, and abundance.
Mike lives in San Diego, California on the beautiful beach of La Jolla Shores with his wife of 20 years, 18-year-old son, who is on his way to CU Boulder, and Lola, their sweet fuzzy kitty.