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1.     Honeymoon Travels Pvt Ltd(2007):  Reema  Kagti’s  debut film  has enough chutzpah  to keep you purring at the blend of parody and pathos . Once you get  into the narrative  groove of these imperfectly matched  couples riding into a hectic horny  hilarious honeymoon in Goa, you’re in for a minor treat. The   six couples are  joined at the hip and the lip by some commanding inflexions that bind the  people in a tongue that’s easy to  identify …provided  you’ve ever been married. Even if you haven’t been  on a honeymoon, get a  load of these feisty honeymooners, feasting on the first flush  of  love romance sex and bickering on a trip  that  makes us smile  for a  mile and chuckle  for a  brief   way too.What  really holds  the  film together   are the  players.  Everyone from  the commanding Shabana to the sassy  Raima  are out to have fun. And there’re some picturesque whispers  about  how  a marriage  can go wrong at  its startling start. Watch newly married husbands Vikram Chatkwal and Karan Kapoor getting attracted  to  each  other while their respective wives scratch  their  heads wondering why the bed seems so dead. Sassy, savvy and  sometimes slippery….Deftly written scenes and lines  carry  the  narrative forward with nimble   savoir faire.    Debutant  director Reema Kagti knows  her cinema  with  a  prideful originality.  The  performances are all   almost uniformly   believably and effervescent . Every actor works within  his or her limited to create a   portable universe  of credible emotions.  Kay Kay Menon  and  Raima  as  the timid husband and  bindaas wife are particularly endearing.  And you simply  HAVE to see Abhay Deol and Minissha  Lamba   do the Lambada to  know they are  made for each  other…at  least in this  film.  But you wish Kagti hadn’t turned  this made-for-each-the pair  into  Superman and Supergirl. For Chrissake,  if Kagti wanted F-X she could have made Boman’s wig fly into Amisha’s  fast-moving mouth.Shabana and Boman create  their own magic. Though considering their histrionic stature, you wish  there was more space for them.The  nimble  editing  allows no  space  to miss anything beyond  the pace. Not  breathless  but  brisk, Honeymoon …  moves  on confident feet . It doesn’t purport to make serious statements  on the  quality  of  life and marriage. Instead  it  tells you to loosen up  about issues that  would generally  address  large  amount  of tissues.And  you can  start looking  for  a pun  in that last sentence only  when you stop having fun  watching this  breed-easy  satire.

2.     The Namesake(2007):  Sometimes an absence is  also a   kind of presence.   Take  The Namesake.  Irrfan  Khan  as   Prof Ashoke Ganguly   suddenly  dies  on  his wife, leaving what looks  like stretches of aching silences in  the bereft   Ashima’s life.And  yet, look at  life’s ironies…the death  of the patriarch  in   this malfunctional Bengali family  in  New York   triggers off  a stretch of   mending  and nurturing  that   culminates  in  a  kind  of   healing that signifies  a  beginning born  out of  an end.Mira Nair’s  film is  so tender at heart you often forget these are actors enacting scenes  from  a well-known  Pultizer-prize  winning  novel.The  actors lose their plumes  so completely  , we don’t even get  the  chance  to be astonished  by  the  subtle craft  that  underlines  almost every moment  in this mellow migratory  drama  .The  cross-generational  conflict between  a  first-generation Bengali family  in  the US and  their culturally  confused kids is aligned  by  a soft  hyphenated humour that  propels  the  poignant plot  without making  the  highlights  in  the Ganguly family’s journey from Kolkata  to  the  US seem   like an ostentatious  migratory pilgrimage.Mira Nair  stays wedded  to a muted  emotional  expression even in  the  strongest moments of drama.  When Ashima,  now  a Bengali housewife fully acclimatized  to  the often-peculiar and  savagely funny  cultural contradictions  of America, suddenly loses her  husband,  Nair takes  her actress Tabu  into  the  deserted  but brightly lit streets  of  the US  for her  breakdown scene.The  changes  in  the climate  are  never  underlined  to punctuate  the  drama.  Instead  Nair lets the snow and the sun swathe  the  film’s moistened canvas  . More than anything else Mira Nair’s film is a homage to  the   apparently dwindling family ties in  the    strangely  selfserving social structure of modern times  where self-gratification   almost invariably  outdistances  the  needs  of  the larger familial unit.The   cutting often  savagely  satirical  dialogues slice through the lives  of these dis-oriented characters defining their  geo-political insolvency  in scenes that accentuate  the quirky ethnicity  of  a Bengali family ensconced  in  the American Dream.Such  is  the  lyrical simplicity  of   Mira’s  storytelling that we  are  frequently left with a  feeling that sequences should’ve gone a little  further,  a little  deeper  into the  characters’  collective   and individual  predicament. Yes, the  end-game  is  slightly stifling  in  its celerity. The  episode about Ashoke and Ashima’s son Gogol’s Bengali  wife’s  extra-marital affair with a  French  lover seems a trifled hurried and  out  of pace  with  the  gentle swaying movements  of  the  rest  of  the  narration.It’s almost as  though  time  was running out  on  the people Mira has so lovingly carved into  living entities  on screen.  The sense of  unhurried lives  moving away from the breathless impulses  of a  civilization  that  has  no  patience with  lyricism  and  literature imbues  The Namesake  with  a  feeling of prideful  dramatic exploration, equally remarkable  for  what  is  said and what remains  unsaid.Scenes  between  Tabu  and  Irrfan are  outstanding in their  correct  unhurried  manoeuvres  signifying  the  long-term  momentum  of an arranged marriage  culminating in  a  quiet  unstated love between  the  couple.Both  Irrfan and Tabu are  exceptional.  Irrfan replicates  the  body language and  the spoken words  of  his Bengali NRI’s  character  less strenuously  than Tabu. But her expressions of wifely  devotion and motherly anguish are  to die for.  Here’s an actress who proves there’s  more to  acting than meets  the  eye.Kal Penn as  the  plot’s fulcrum of cultural displacement  gets the gait and  the  eventual  poignancy  of  historical reclamation  right. And so does  the  rest of the vast cast of seasoned and professional  actors who  get together  to celebrate  the  rites  and rhythms of cultural  reclamation.Suffused  with  a  superbly  sensuous  supporting  performances and  steeped in an ethos  of  enormous cultural  reverberation   in The Namesake    the acutely lyrical   camera takes us   from  the  quiet streets  of New York to  the  picture-postcard bustle  of  Kolkata,  creating in the journey a passage  into  a world where hands reach out  across colours and continents to caress the soul.

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3.     Life …In A  Metro(2007): What’s the   root- cause  of  Anurag Basu’s obsession with heights? In Murder, Gangster and  now Metro, characters are seen hanging down   or just lounging from the ledge of vertiginous boundary-less skyscrapers.In Life..In A Metro he even gets his resident rock band to climb atop a building and strum   those guitars.  And when it isn’t the music from the strings it’s Irrfan and Konkona playing a mess-matched maritally-challenged couple, getting on a rooftop to scream  their lungs out. It’s meant to be therapeutic.  We’ll take Anurag Basu’s word for it. God knows, the man knows what he’s doing. Metro falters  only in parts. Some of the narrative’s  punctuation marks are over-emphasized. And  the  spiral of human relationships  often seems to  replicate  Mike Nichols’ Closer.    And  yes, Billy Wilder’s romantic comedy The Apartment serves as a direct reference point for  the Kay Kay-Kangana-Sharman  Joshi triangle.But make no mistake, this  is a highly original film with a voice that  seems to  reverberate across a limitless canvas of feelings  derived from the juices  that flow and irrigate the people  in  the  concrete jungle. You know you are being sucked into  the lives of characters who are largely  losers in the garb of white-collar dreamers  , looking for love and warmth in a cold heartless city.  Rather than go for a fiery  flow, Anurag harnesses his narrative into a fiesta  of reined-in   feelings , all indicating  the birth and  growth  of a damnation in a city that cares  a  damn about  your  sensitivities.Basu has an incredible eye for  performances. Every  actor is nearly-flawless  in  his or her appointed place in the chaos of corroded commitments  in the city without pity …Always pithy and witty  Metro moves through a laconic labyrinth of laughter and  some stifled sobs.Sanjeev  Dutta’s dialogues are so  indicative  of  the character’s inner world,  after a while you aren’t listening  to  what  the  characters are saying. The dialogues  slice right into  the  characters’ hearts  and  give  us an   insight  into  the  machinations  of  a people so  busy realizing their dreams , they forget  to  sleep. On the  negative side, Metro  fails  to  connect us with   the  characters beyond their  love relationships. If they have a  life beyond   their heart and below their belts, we don’t  see it.Metro should be seen as a mellow melancholic  sly and  sharp  look at  love and sex  in  the city.   The  characters  move in and out of some skillfully written scenes.  But  sometimes  you wish they wouldn’t invest their emotions  in  thankless un-productive spirals of bed and break-heart.In spite  of  a frail chemistry with  the  over- earnest  toy-boy Shiney Ahuja, Shilpa Shetty gives a nuanced and ruminative  performance. Bobby Singh’s  camera captures Shilpa  in agonized  silhouettes   whispering  the ultimate flaks of  life.  Kay Kay as her insensitive husband has a thankless role that he performas with rare  understanding.While Sharman and Konkona(the latter, disappointingly pale in spite of her chic styling) are  surprisingly  chemistry-less in  their screen relationships, Irrfan and Konkona come across the warmest and  most cuddlesome couple  of this gamboling jigsaw of  life and a ‘dearth’. Watch them in the seashore  sequence , and savour  the rites and wrongs  of  out their outstanding emotive faculties.Metro is  maneuvered forward   by a melee of  delicious ideas…. like composer Pritam and his rock band appearing as sutradhars  to  sing  ther songs. The rain-motif pelts down  on  the plot creating pockets of pain desire and longing. Umbrellas never seemed  to hide so much .Ear firmly  to  the ground, Metro could’ve done with better editing. Akiv Ali cuts  the material  brutally …but  not deep enough. 

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Undekhi  the  forthcoming webseries  from Applause Entertainment  and Sony LIV which  starts  streaming from July 10,   looks  like  the  kind  of   thriller  that  won’t let  us rest  easy until we see  the last episode. It is mounted  with  a  stress on growing pressure.

One  promo shows  a rotund  cop investigating  a gruesome  murder  in  a dense tribal area.The other promo  shows a politician gunning  down a dancer on stage  in front of  the public and  the  press.

Wild  West  comes to the North. Undekhi is a thriller set in Manali, Himachal created for Applause by Siddharth Sengupta. It’s a gripping story that sees Harsh Chhaya making an  impressive comeback as a drunk Papaji in a super-rich amoral Punjabi  family. And Surya Sharma (Prince from Hostages) really shines as Rinku ,  the main bad guy and Papaji’s nephew. It’s got a terrific cast of other characters, many of whom we  all  recognize as names .

The talented  Harsh Chhaya  makes a debut of sorts  on the  digital medium  with Undekhi.

Says Harsh, “I  have never played anything so wild and mad. I am looking forward to Undekhi, hope it works for the audience too.This is a debut in a sense that this is the first one I shot for the OTT  platform.But the other two I shot for after this was  streamed   before this one Out Of Love and  Rangbaaz, Phir Se.

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What is Phil Ivey’s net worth? 

Net Worth: $100 Million
Age: 44
Born: February 1, 1977
Country of Origin: United States of America
Source of Wealth: Professional Poker Player
Last Updated: 2021

Introduction   

Phil Ivey is an American professional poker player.

Ivey has won ten World Series of Poker bracelets, one World Poker Tour title, and appeared at nine World Poker Tour final tables. Ivey is regarded by numerous poker observers and contemporaries as the best all-around player in the world.

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He was elected to the Poker Hall of Fame in 2017. 

As of 2021, Phil Ivey’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $100 million. 

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Early Life

Phillip Dennis Ivey Jr. was born on the 1st of February, 1977, in California.

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He first began to develop his poker skills by playing against co-workers in New Jersey in the late 1990s. 

His nickname “No Home Jerome” stems from the fake ID card he secured to play poker in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in his teenage years. Ivey was given the nickname “The Phenom” after winning three World Series of Poker bracelets in 2002. 

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Career 

Ivey’s tournament accomplishments include winning three bracelets at the 2002 World Series of Poker, tying Phil Hellmuth Jr, Ted Forrest, and Puggy Pearson. 

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He also has bracelets in Pot Limit Omaha from 2000 and 2005. In 2000, he was the first person to defeat Amarillo Slim heads-up at a WSOP final table.

Ivey placed in the top 25 four times between the 2002 World Series of Poker and the 2009 World Series of Poker. Ivey finished 23rd in 2002, 10th in 2003, 20th in 2005, and 7th in 2009.

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In the 2010 World Series of Poker, he received the most votes for the Tournament of Champions. At the 2010 WSOP, Ivey won his eighth bracelet in the $3,000 H.O.R.S.E. event in a final table made up of other notable players. 

Between 2002 and 2009, he finished among the top 25 players in the Main Event four times, in fields ranging in size from 600 entrants to just under 7,000.

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As of 2021, Phil Ivey’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $100 million. 

 

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How Does Phil Ivey Spend His Money?

Phil Ivey spends some of his money going on expensive NBA games and donating money to charities. 

 

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Phil Ivey’s Hobbies 

Ivey is a huge fan of the NBA’s Houston Rockets and L.A. Lakers. But cheering on his favorite teams is only one of Ivey’s hobbies.

He also likes to partake in golf. Ivey finished third in the inaugural World Series of Golf. He also enjoys video games and making a few side bets in his spare time. 

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Phil Ivey’s Charity Work 

Ivey also has a very charitable side, with generous donations to Empowered to Excel and as co-founder of the Budding Ivey Foundation. 

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Highlights

Here are some of the best highlights of Phil Ivey’s career:

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  • Has won ten World Series of Poker bracelets
  • Poker Hall of Fame (2017) 

 

Favorite Quotes from Phil Ivey

“The biggest thing when you’re playing live is that you’re sitting across from the player and can get a detailed impression of how they’re acting, and whether they’re expressing strength or weakness. Online, it’s much more about betting patterns, and you’re using a much narrower range of cues to what they’re holding and thinking.” – Phil Ivey

“I never thought about poker not working out. When I started playing poker, I just thought this is what I’m going to do for the rest of my life. You have to think that way, and if it doesn’t work out, of course, you move on from there. But if you start out thinking any other way, you’re setting yourself up to fail.” – Phil Ivey 

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“I’d start out by joining training sites, like Ivey League. There’s free content there for people who are starting out, fundamental strategy for folks building their game, all the way up to very high-level content for professional players. I’d work on my game online and at casinos, build my bankroll, find good games.” – Phil Ivey

“I see Ivey League as part of my legacy, and I want to teach the world to win at poker. Want to build a training site that can help people who have never touched a deck of cards as well as support the particular needs of top-tier players who are building a world-class game.” – Phil Ivey 

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“I actually spent most of that time working with my team to define and prototype parts of Ivey Poker and Ivey League. From my point of view, it was a hectic time.” – Phil Ivey 

 

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3 Life Lessons from Phil Ivey

Now that you know all about Phil Ivey’s net worth and how he achieved success; let’s take a look at some of the lessons we can learn from him: 

 

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1. Chances 

You’ve got to take some chances, know when you’re beaten and know how to get certain advantages.

 

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2. Ambitions 

Many people these days are too ambitious; their sights are set too high at the start, and they end up diving in too deep, quitting their day job too soon.

 

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3. Fight 

You get your chips your way if you fight for it. 

 

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Summary  

Phil Ivey is an American professional poker player. Ivey moved to Roselle when he was just a baby. Ivey is an eight-time winner of the World Series of Poker.

He has also won the World Poker Tour title. Ivey first became interested in online poker while working at a telemarketing firm in New Jersey. He would play with his co-workers during breaks and after work.

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As of 2021, Phil Ivey’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $100 million. 

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What is Stephanie Beacham’s net worth? 

Net Worth: $25 Million
Age: 74
Born: February 28, 1947
Country of Origin: United Kingdom
Source of Wealth: Professional Actress
Last Updated: 2021

Introduction 

Stephanie Beacham is an English radio, film, and theatre actress.

Beacham is best known for her television roles in the BBC drama ‘Tenko,’ ‘Connie’ and ‘The Colbys’. Her film appearances include ‘Dracula A.D. 1972’, ‘Schizo’ and ‘Troop Beverly Hills’.

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She started to appear on British television in 1967. She made her big-screen debut in ‘The Games’ in 1970. 

As of 2021, Stephanie Beacham’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $25 million. 

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Early Life 

Stephanie Beacham was born on the 28th of February, 1947, in London, England.

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Beacham is the daughter of Joan and Alic. Her mother was a housewife, and his father was an insurance executive and the managing director of the Grosvenor Estate.

Beacham attended Barnet’s Queen Elizabeth’s Girls’ Grammar School and later traveled to Boulogne-Billancourt in Paris, France, to study mime with Etienne Decroux, before attending the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. 

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Career 

Beacham’s goal was to teach dance movements to deaf children. She then started a career in modeling and then began acting in television. In 1967, she received her first screen role in the BBC series ‘The Queen’s Traitor’. 

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She continued to appear on multiple films, television, and stage. From 1981 to 1982, Beacham featured as a member of the ensemble cast of the BBC series ‘Tenko,’ about a group of women prisoners of war held captive by the Japanese after their invasion of Singapore in 1942. 

In 2003, she returned to the UK to play the drama ‘Bad Girls’. She remained with the series to the end in 2006. She was involved in launching the Sense-National Deafblind and Rubella Association Fill in the Gaps campaign. 

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In 2016, Beacham was a guest on BBC Radio 2’s Graham Norton Show. She discussed her role as Princess Margaret. The play, A Princess Undone by Richard Stirling, premiered at the Cambridge Arts Theatre. 

As of this year, agent and novelist Melanie Blake announced plans to plans to launch a new British soap opera, ‘Falcon Bay.’ She confirmed that Beacham would star in the soap. 

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As of 2021, Stephanie Beacham’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $25 million. 

 

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Highlights

Here are some of the best highlights of Stephanie Beacham’s career:

  • The Nightcomers (Movie, 1971) 
  • Superbitch (Movie, 1973) 
  • Inseminoid (Movie, 1981) 
  • The Colbys (TV-Show, 1985 – 1987) 
  • Sister Kate (TV-Show, 1989 – 1990) 

 

Favorite Quotes from Stephanie Beacham 

“When I look in the mirror, I sometimes think I’m getting old, but then I have two generations behind me so that helps puts things into perspective. I am a grandmother now, but at least my nine-year-old grandson Jude calls me Glamma and not Granny.” – Stephanie Beacham

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“One of the reasons I wanted to teach deaf children was because it made me very sad that they spoke so clumsily and that they moved with less grace that I knew was possible of deaf people.” – Stephanie Beacham

“When I was young I used to smother myself with olive oil mixed with a dash of vinegar to keep the flies away and lay in the sunshine for hours on end. But we knew no better then. Now we know how stupid that was.” – Stephanie Beacham

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“I have to concentrate more intently when people speak. Always have to position myself on their right side so that I can hear out of my left ear. I sometimes get a crick in my neck from listening. But I don’t there’s too much else.” – Stephanie Beacham

“When I got into the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, a doctor told me to give up the course as I’d be totally deaf within a couple of years. But I refused to give in.” – Stephanie Beacham

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“When I was young, I used to smother myself with olive oil mixed with a dash of vinegar to keep the flies away and lay in the sunshine for hours on end. But we knew no better then. Now we know how stupid that was.” – Stephanie Beacham

 

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3 Awesome Lessons from Stephanie Beacham

Now that you know all about Stephanie Beacham’s net worth and how she achieved success; let’s take a look at some of the lessons we can learn from her: 

 

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1. Life Changes 

Life changes very quickly, in a very positive way, if you let it.

 

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2. Sunshine 

Keep your face always toward the sunshine and shadows will fall behind you.

 

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3. Motivation 

Motivation comes from working on things we care about. 

 

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Summary  

Stephanie Beacham is an English actress. Beacham studied mime with Etienne Decroux in Paris, France, and attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London.

In 1967, her first screen role came in the BBC series ‘The Queen’s Traitor.’ She made appearances in The Saint,’ ‘Callan,’ and ‘UFO.’ 

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As of 2021, Stephanie Beacham’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $25 million. 

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What is Mike Lindell’s net worth? 

Net Worth: $50 Million
Age: 60
Born: June 28, 1961
Country of Origin: United States of America
Source of Wealth: Businessman
Last Updated: 2021

Introduction 

Mike Lindell “My Pillow Guy” is a businessman. Lindell is the founder of My Pillow.

He is a supporter of former President Donald Trump. After Trump’s defeat in the 2020 election, he spread false conspiracy theories about electoral fraud in that election. Since then, he has been an active promoter of the toxic plant extract oleandrin. 

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As of 2021, Mike Lindell’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $50 million. 

 

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Early Life 

Michael James Lindell was born on the 28th of June, 1961, in Minnesota. Lindell was raised in Minnesota. He struggled with a gambling addiction growing up. He attended the University of Minnesota after high school. Lindell later dropped out a few months after his studies. 

In his adult years, he was addicted to cocaine and was a frequent user of the drug. His addiction became more serious after he switched to crack in the 1990s.

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Career

In 2004, Lindell invented My Pillow, and he made the business grow into a major manufacturing company. The Better Business Bureau later revoked the accreditation of My Pillow. 

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Lindell started to make donations to the Salvation Army, Union Gospel, and other organizations. Growing up being an addict, he thought it would be a great idea to create his own non-profit organizations for former addicts. He formed the Lindell Foundation as a result.

In 2019, he launched the Lindell Recovery Network, which connects addicts that have been through drug addictions. 

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Major retailers stopped carrying My Pillow products as of this year. Lindell thought that was the result of his claims relating to the 2020 United States presidential election results. Lindell appointed his son the company’s CEO in 2020. 

In March this year, media reported that Lindell was launching a social media platform, which he described to be a platform that looked like between Youtube and Twitter. It’s called “Vocl.” 

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Lindell later changed the name to Frank, because of a dispute with a company that had established a website called Vocal. It took him a total of four years to develop Frank. 

As of 2021, Mike Lindell’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $50 million. 

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Highlights 

Here are some of the best highlights of Mike Lindell’s career: 

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  • My Pillow (2004)
  • Frank Website (2021)
  • Lindell Foundation 
  • Lindell Recovery Network

 

Favorite Quotes from Mike Lindell 

“We take such good care of our employees. What I do is think about what I would want my employer to be like. We started helping our employees with every facet of their lives, and our HR problems went from A to Z in reverse.” – Mike Lindell

“I first met Mr. Trump in August of 2016, during which we specifically spoke about everything made in America, bringing jobs back to the U.S. and strategies for reviving the inner cities. I realized right then he would be the best president ever.” – Mike Lindell

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“I always had the dream of doing a ‘real’ infomercial because I had done smaller home shows and fairs. Everyone said it wasn’t going to work. ‘You need a movie star,’ they said. But I wanted to do it myself because I’m selling the passion – there is a problem, and I have a solution – that had resonated well with people.” – Mike Lindell

“I live in the same town I grew up in, and all my kids have worked for me, and now, I have grandkids, and now, it’s amazing. They came through. They all played a part in my business, and that’s pretty amazing.” – Mike Lindell

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“I was 16 years old at the Supervalu Store in Chaska, Minnesota, working as a bag boy, and with one of my checks, I went out and bought a $70 pillow in 1977. Who does that as a teenager?” – Mike Lindell

“You got this guy out here. He’s claiming to be me. That’s an imposter. First, they went for our phones, and now they’re sending in clones.” – Mike Lindell 

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3 Amazing Lessons from Mike Lindell 

Now that you know all about Mike Lindell’s net worth and how he achieved success; let’s take a look at some of the best lessons we can learn from him: 

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1. Strengths 

God’s given me a gift to be able to put people in the right position, where their strengths are!

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2. Addiction 

Addiction’s some kind of disease? No, it’s not. It’s a mask of pain that usually comes from childhood and fatherlessness.

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3. The Police

There are bad people in all walks of life, including the police.

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Summary 

Mike Lindell rose to fame for being the founder and creator of My Pillow. Being a supporter of Donald Trump, he has been involved in Trump’s attempts to overturn the presidential elections.

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Lindell is best known for providing financial supports and spreading conspiracy theories that have shocked many around the world. Lindell is the man behind the non-profit organization Lindell Foundation, which has helped drug addicts to obtain treatment. This is a perfect example of a struggling man who has turned his life for the better, and now he is helping others. 

As of 2021, Mike Lindell’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $50 million. 

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