My incredibly close friend, Paul Miltonberger, was a tremendous man. He was much more than just a colleague – he was a mentor to my son, Logan, and a driving force in our Live Out Loud community for as long as I can remember.
As a member of LBT 19, Paul became a key player in the lives of others and was a huge influence on our entire community and our body of work. For years, he led aspiring and current entrepreneurs through my Cash Machine Workshops and my Big Table program, where he taught thousands of people the fundamentals of successful business growth – all while maintaining an incredibly bright spirit and passion for what he did.
It is with a heavy heart that we mourn Paul’s death yesterday, June 11, 2014. We loved Paul very much and will miss him dearly.
His lifetime of dedication and commitment to help others improve their lives serves as a monument to the exemplary man he was. His hard work continues to inspire those who knew him.
Paul’s passion for mentoring business owners and budding entrepreneurs was only trumped by his message of measuring success relative to the priority and integration you maintain with your family and business. Paul’s tremendous pride in his family was evident always.
Myself and this community can’t thank Paul enough for everything he did…we love you, Paul.
We send our thoughts, love and prayers to his family and loved ones during this extremely difficult time.
Blessings, love and prayers with you, Paul. May your soul rest in peace.