Micheal J. Lindell Biography
Born on June 28, 1961, as Michael James Lindel Micheal J. Lindell is an American inventor, businessman, and entrepreneur who is the founder and CEO of My Pillow, Inc. Micheal is also the founder of the Lindell Foundation and the Lindell Recovery Network.He is a producer and actor, known for Priceless (2016), Unplanned (2019) and Church People.
Micheal invented the MyPillow pillow in 2004 and grew the business into a major Minnesota manufacturing company.In March 2017, Lindell produced The Mike Lindell Story: An American Dream, a documentary about Lindell overcoming drug addiction and building a multi-million-dollar business. The documentary was shot in Minneapolis, Minnesota at the Pantages Theatre.
Before venting MyPillow, Lindell launched and operated a number of small businesses including carpet cleaning, lunch wagons, and a few bars and restaurants in Carver County, Minnesota. Earlier in his life Lindell was addicted to cocaine, crack cocaine, and alcohol, leading to foreclosure of his house, and his wife filing for divorce. Lindell stated that he achieved sobriety through prayer in 2009, and, since then, has been clean.
In August 2016, Lindell met with then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, at Trump’s request, in the Trump Tower in New York City. They discussed products being made in America, bringing jobs back to the US, and working with inner cities.
On July 19, 2017, Lindell sat next to President Trump at the White House’s Made in America Roundtable with 19 other industry leaders, Vice President Mike Pence, White House staff members, and four US Representatives.
Micheal J. Lindell Age|Birhday|Date Of Birth
Micheal J,.is 58 years of age as of early 2020. Born on June 28, 1961, he celebrates his birthday annually on June 28.
Micheal J. Lindell Height and Weight
Micheal J stands at a fair height and has a fair body weight to match his height.
Micheal J. Lindell Networth|How Much is Micheal J Lindell Worth
Micheal J’s Networth is estimated at $300 Million As of this writing, he has sold more than 30 million pillows at an average base price of $45. He aims to produce 85,000 pillows a day after launching a new factory in his hometown.
Micheal J. Lindell Wife
Micheal J was married to Dallas Yocum in 2013 they later on divorced.
Micheal J. Lindell Religion
Micheal J. lindels religion is Christian.Lindell said prayer was needed after religion has disappeared in public schools, and he praised President Trump’s response to the crisis.
My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell says God put Trump in the White House and tells people to read the Bible while standing behind a presidential
My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell says God put Trump in the White House and tells people to read the Bible while standing behind a presidential seal on government property in a clear violation of the separation of church and state.
Micheal J. Lindell Book
Micheal J is author of the book FROM CRACK ADDICT TO CEO. Here is the Prologue.As I watched my wife and son sitting on the floor in our living room, hand-labeling MyPillow shipping boxes with Magic Markers, I saw our world collapsing. It was the summer of 2007. Business rivals were about to steal our company. Our bank accounts were empty, and we were about to lose our house…
… I owed my bookie $45,000, and he had left messages on my phone threatening to kill me.
All my life, I’d stuck to a pattern: I backed myself into hopeless corners and then, at the last possible moment, pulled off miraculous escapes. But as I watched my wife and son working cheerfully on the family business, I realized something was different this time. Things were out of control. I saw no way out.
I’d been walking the razor’s edge my whole life, and now, finally, I was about to fall.
My family just didn’t know it yet.
I was heavily into gambling and drinking. Cocaine and crack. My little start-up business, MyPillow—which I was running out of a rented bus shed—was on the verge of a hostile takeover. And my wife Karen and I? Our marriage was unraveling faster than our bank accounts.
Micheal J. Lindell My Pillow
That autobiography by MyPillow.com CEO Mike Lindell needs a new ending, now that he’s filed for divorce from his June bride.“
It seems like you are so distant and distraught,” Lindell told me he said to Dallas Yocum, in one of their last conversations in early July. “She said Just leave me alone or you’re going to hear something you don’t want to hear,” Lindell told me “And of course, I said ‘What do you mean?’ and she looked at me while I was driving and said I don’t love you. I never loved you. You’re boring. We don’t have anything in common and you’ve ruined the last two years of my life.”
She also reportedly complained to Lindell that being in Minnesota with him meant she couldn’t see her family. “A lot of her family relocated here,” said Lindell. “I have four of her relatives; two of [Yocum’s] kids, one stepson and one niece working for MyPillow,” now that Yocum and her brother have left the state.