Michael Rohan Sourjah

Transform your mind-set from Employee to Entrepreneur
Michael Rohan Sourjah is a writer, author, blogger, editor, corporate trainer, online entrepreneur and customer service expert. After migrating to Australia at the ripe age of 32, Michael spent over 25 years in the NSW public service until news of a redundancy altered his world – and his mind. Michael saw opportunity where others may have seen a challenge. He became a laptop entrepreneur and focused his energy and enthusiasm into developing a millionaire mindset. He specialises in helping people over the age of 50 discover that life does not stop if employment opportunities are scarce. Michael inspires others to choose a new mindset before a new job and begin to be the master of your own destiny.

His blog (www.OneYearOnlineMillionaire.com) inspires every reader toward their own prosperity mindset. Michael has set himself a challenge of earning $1 million in one year through an online business. Despite having no prior experience in online money making Michael is prepared to rise to the challenge.

He has studied in three countries. He went to school at Trinity College, Kandy, in the beautiful hill country of Sri Lanka. Michael then went to America in 1984 where he got an Associate Degree in Aviation Administration from Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio and then a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics with a Minor in Finance from California State University, Northridge. Having migrated to Australia in 1988, Michael continued postgraduate studies and got a Master of Commerce degree in Macroeconomics and Public Policy from the University of NSW, a Graduate Certificate in Public Policy from the University of New England, Armidale and a Graduate Certificate in Management from Charles Sturt University. Michael is a member of a number of professional organisations, including: Customer Service Institute of Australia (CSIA), Society of Editors (NSW), International Travel Writers and Photographers Alliance (ITWPA) and the Australian Institute of Emergency Services (AIES).Michael has successfully trained, coached and mentored many people of all ages and has written, edited and proofread thousands of sensitive and confidential correspondence and other documents for the Minster for Roads, Members of Parliament, the Chief Executive of Roads and Maritime Services, senior managers and customers. Following the disappearance of his job in November 2013, because of a massive reorganisation of public sector agencies, Michael is now following his passions of writing, editing, training, coaching and helping others. This Blog is his way of educating and helping others to achieve financial freedom.

Michael has wide-ranging interests in writing, travel, aviation, motorcycles and history and is a member of a number of clubs, associations and groups.