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Michael Renaldo - My ENTRPRNR Story #001

Posted on September 21 2018

MICHAEL RENALDO

My ENTRPRNR Story

Michal Renaldo - Day in the Life

The Michael Renaldo Story

"I wasn’t ever limited. No one could tell me that I couldn’t do something, I had always felt that way since I was a kid.

I just felt like it was the time to pick myself up because no one is going to live my live for me, but me, so I had to do something about it.

I wanted to do my own thing, and no one was going to do that for me."

My Car Became My Home

Like many, Michael grew up in an average, lower-middle class income home. While his family life was also average, turmoil often brewed at home. Like most mothers, Michaels mom often feared for his well-being and future. As a result, in a move fueled by frustration, she kicked Michael out of the house and sent him off on his own.

 

While Michael could have taken this negatively and lashed back at his mother, he took it as a sign from the universe that it was time to pick himself up and he quickly shifted his mental state into survival mode.

 

At the time, Michael found himself working at Home Depot. While his job paid for his personal bills, he had bigger plans for himself and had a very clear understanding that Home Depot would not suffice as a long-term career or generate the lifestyle Michael saw for himself.

 

After being kicked out of his own house by his own mother, Michael went into survival mode and lived in his car for two weeks. Saving every penny he could from his job, he put everything he had into a small apartment in Miami Lakes and had to initially resort to sleeping on the floor because he couldn't afford furniture.


Life Changes Fast - If You Change Fast

"I had no money, was working overtime and needed every penny I could possibly earn. I was attending school, working at Home Depot and trying to figure my life out at the very same time.

The game had also changed. Drastically. My father had passed away. I had an obligation, i had a responsibility, I had someone that I know needed me, and I know at the end of the day my mom kicked me out, but now my mom was by herself and my duty became to take care of her."

- Michael Renaldo-

Within three months, Michael was eventually awarded employee of the month at home depot in August of 2015, then found himself jobless just 5 months after his award. After applying to different jobs, Michael solidified his cold-stone selling technique and persona at his new Brandsmart USA sales-based position selling sound systems, electronics and technical gadgets.

 

After a few months of strenuous work and commitment in the retail sector, he was suddenly hit with an unfortunate life event; his father had passed away. In a desperate attempt to create a better reality for himself, Michael quit his well-paying job at Brandsmart and pursued working at a more successful company. The opportunity to work at Assurance Wireless, a Virgin Mobile company arose and Michael instantly took it.

 

Michael then designed a strategy to scale within the company, built his team and began traveling across the southern United States implementing his business plan and generating revenue and commissions for himself. Fast forward 18 months and Michael has amassed 175 employees under his supervision.

 

A few months later, still working under Assurance Wireless, Michael had decided the business he had built and ran was not going to ultimately fulfill him and bring him happiness. He had reached another turning point in his life. At 21 years old, he eventually sold his business for a hearty six figure sum to one of his former employees and moved on to bigger, better things.

“I started to realize that money wasn’t everything, money started to come in very quickly but I had very little time. I had a big business, lots of employees… I would get into my office at 7 am and leave at 10 pm, but I would leave unsatisfied.

I realized that I was in the wrong place, doing the wrong job, with the wrong people, and I needed to do something about it.

I felt like nothing was enough, so I said “fuck this”, I stopped doing everything I was doing at the time and moved down to Miami."

Radio. Liquor. Marketing.

Come early 2017, Michael runs into an old time friend at Miami Beach, Adam Krzemieniecki, who at the time worked as the Marketing Director for a local independent FM radio station called Shake 108. Adam offers him to come in for an interview with Peter, the owner of the station, for a potential job position.

 

Michael agrees and shows up a few days later where he's offered an intern position at the radio station. His job is now to sell advertising space to businesses looking to promote their product or services on live radio. At the same time, he begins working with a liquor distribution company to supplement his income. At this point he learns the importance of networking and expanding ones social circle and building meaningful relationships.

 

After some time, Michael left the radio station and the liquor company with which he was working went out of business. Michael reconnects with Alex Quin, a highschool friend. Founder and Owner of UADV - a former creative marketing firm turned investment firm. At UADV, Michael learned the ropes of Marketing as they tailored their services for large companies and high ticket clients. After two long years of conceptualizing, planning, and strategizing, INTOMOTO was born. South Florida's most premiere and exclusive in-class luxury car rental service.



The Exotic Car Rental Industry Takeover

Michael is a do-whatever-it-takes guy.


He takes pride in doing the very things no exotic car rental business owner wants to do like cleaning, delivering, repairing and servicing the cars. After over a year of intense labor and sacrifice, Michael began to see the results of his work ethic come to fruition. To Michael, it does not matter who you are or what you do. If you come to him for an exotic car rental, he will do everything in his power to guarantee that you have the greatest experience possible.

 

Enter Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

 

While no one in the South Florida exotic car rental industry even bat an eye for the celebrity couple in their early September 2018 Miami visit, Michael took the opportunity by the horns and ran with it. He provided them with the premium white-glove service he gives every single one of his clients. A few days in Miami and they had rented over 5 cars from Michael at INTOMOTO. By coincidence, a lighthearted text to Marcus Hyde, Kim Kardashians personal friend and photographer about INTOMOTO's Lime Green G63 AMG Mercedes resulted in Kim renting the car.

 

At the end of the couples Miami trip, they were interested in purchasing the neon green Mercedes truck. INTOMOTO assisted directly with the purchase and delivery of the vehicle. Fast forward a few days, Michael successfully sold Kanye West the Green Mercedes who then gifted the car to Kim as a surprise.

 

Fortune favors the bold.


“Im a business owner, I work all day, I deliver my own cars, I do my own contracts, I process my own sales, I run my own ads, I move my own cars, I have made this business what it is because of the strength of my incredible team and I and the work ethic that's required and put in to build something bigger than myself.”

- Michael Renaldo -



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MICHAEL RENALDO

My ENTRPRNR Story

Michal Renaldo - Day in the Life

The Michael Renaldo Story

"I wasn’t ever limited. No one could tell me that I couldn’t do something, I had always felt that way since I was a kid.

I just felt like it was the time to pick myself up because no one is going to live my live for me, but me, so I had to do something about it.

I wanted to do my own thing, and no one was going to do that for me."

My Car Became My Home

Like many, Michael grew up in an average, lower-middle class income home. While his family life was also average, turmoil often brewed at home. Like most mothers, Michaels mom often feared for his well-being and future. As a result, in a move fueled by frustration, she kicked Michael out of the house and sent him off on his own.

 

While Michael could have taken this negatively and lashed back at his mother, he took it as a sign from the universe that it was time to pick himself up and he quickly shifted his mental state into survival mode.

 

At the time, Michael found himself working at Home Depot. While his job paid for his personal bills, he had bigger plans for himself and had a very clear understanding that Home Depot would not suffice as a long-term career or generate the lifestyle Michael saw for himself.

 

After being kicked out of his own house by his own mother, Michael went into survival mode and lived in his car for two weeks. Saving every penny he could from his job, he put everything he had into a small apartment in Miami Lakes   and had to initially resort to sleeping on the floor because he couldn't afford furniture.


Life Changes Fast - If You Change Fast

"I had no money, was working overtime and needed every penny I could possibly earn. I was attending school, working at Home Depot and trying to figure my life out at the very same time.

The game had also changed. Drastically. My father had passed away. I had an obligation, i had a responsibility, I had someone that I know needed me, and I know at the end of the day my mom kicked me out, but now my mom was by herself and my duty became to take care of her."

- Michael Renaldo-


Within three months, Michael was eventually awarded employee of the month at home depot in August of 2015, then found himself jobless just 5 months after his award. After applying to different jobs, Michael solidified his cold-stone selling technique and persona at his new Brandsmart USA sales-based position selling sound systems, electronics and technical gadgets.

 

After a few months of strenuous work and commitment in the retail sector, he was suddenly hit with an unfortunate life event; his father had passed away. In a desperate attempt to create a better reality for himself, Michael quit his well-paying job at Brandsmart and pursued working at a more successful company. The opportunity to work at Assurance Wireless, a Virgin Mobile company arose and Michael instantly took it.

 

Michael then designed a strategy to scale within the company, built his team and began traveling across the southern United States implementing his business plan and generating revenue and commissions for himself. Fast forward 18 months and Michael has amassed 175 employees under his supervision.

 

A few months later, still working under Assurance Wireless, Michael had decided the business he had built and ran was not going to ultimately fulfill him and bring him happiness. He had reached another turning point in his life. At 21 years old, he eventually sold his business for a hearty six figure sum to one of his former employees and moved on to bigger, better things.

“I started to realize that money wasn’t everything, money started to come in very quickly but I had very little time. I had a big business, lots of employees… I would get into my office at 7 am and leave at 10 pm, but I would leave unsatisfied.

I realized that I was in the wrong place, doing the wrong job, with the wrong people, and I needed to do something about it.

I felt like nothing was enough, so I said “fuck this”, I stopped doing everything I was doing at the time and moved down to Miami."



Radio. Liquor. Marketing.

Come early 2017, Michael runs into an old time friend at Miami Beach, Adam Krzemieniecki, who at the time worked as the Marketing Director for a local independent FM radio station called Shake 108. Adam offers him to come in for an interview with Peter, the owner of the station, for a potential job position.

 

Michael agrees and shows up a few days later where he's offered an intern position at the radio station. His job is now to sell advertising space to businesses looking to promote their product or services on live radio. At the same time, he begins working with a liquor distribution company to supplement his income. At this point he learns the importance of networking and expanding ones social circle and building meaningful relationships.

 

After some time, Michael left the radio station and the liquor company with which he was working went out of business. Michael reconnects with Alex Quin, a highschool friend. Founder and Owner of UADV - a former creative marketing firm turned investment firm. At UADV, Michael learned the ropes of Marketing as they tailored their services for large companies and high ticket clients. After two long years of conceptualizing, planning, and strategizing, INTOMOTO was born. South Florida's most premiere and exclusive in-class luxury car rental service.


The Exotic Car Rental Industry Takeover

Michael is a do-whatever-it-takes guy.


He takes pride in doing the very things no exotic car rental business owner wants to do like cleaning, delivering, repairing and servicing the cars. After over a year of intense labor and sacrifice, Michael began to see the results of his work ethic come to fruition. To Michael, it does not matter who you are or what you do. If you come to him for an exotic car rental, he will do everything in his power to guarantee that you have the greatest experience possible.

 

Enter Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

 

While no one in the South Florida exotic car rental industry even bat an eye for the celebrity couple in their early September 2018 Miami visit, Michael took the opportunity by the horns and ran with it. He provided them with the premium white-glove service he gives every single one of his clients. A few days in Miami and they had rented over 5 cars from Michael at INTOMOTO. By coincidence, a lighthearted text to Marcus Hyde, Kim Kardashians personal friend and photographer about INTOMOTO's Lime Green G63 AMG Mercedes resulted in Kim renting the car.

 

At the end of the couples Miami trip, they were interested in purchasing the neon green Mercedes truck. INTOMOTO assisted directly with the purchase and delivery of the vehicle. Fast forward a few days, Michael successfully sold Kanye West the Green Mercedes who then gifted the car to Kim as a surprise.

 

Fortune favors the bold.

“Im a business owner, I work all day, I deliver my own cars, I do my own contracts, I process my own sales, I run my own ads, I move my own cars, I have made this business what it is because of the strength of my incredible team and I and the work ethic that's required and put in to build something bigger than myself.”

- Michael Renaldo -



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MICHAEL RENALDO

My ENTRPRNR Story

Michal Renaldo - Day in the Life

The Michael Renaldo Story

"I wasn’t ever limited. No one could tell me that I couldn’t do something, I had always felt that way since I was a kid.

I just felt like it was the time to pick myself up because no one is going to live my live for me, but me, so I had to do something about it.

I wanted to do my own thing, and no one was going to do that for me."

My Car Became My Home

Like many, Michael grew up in an average, lower-middle class income home. While his family life was also average, turmoil often brewed at home. Like most mothers, Michaels mom often feared for his well-being and future. As a result, in a move fueled by frustration, she kicked Michael out of the house and sent him off on his own.

 

While Michael could have taken this negatively and lashed back at his mother, he took it as a sign from the universe that it was time to pick himself up and he quickly shifted his mental state into survival mode.

 

At the time, Michael found himself working at Home Depot. While his job paid for his personal bills, he had bigger plans for himself and had a very clear understanding that Home Depot would not suffice as a long-term career or generate the lifestyle Michael saw for himself.

 

After being kicked out of his own house by his own mother, Michael went into survival mode and lived in his car for two weeks. Saving every penny he could from his job, he put everything he had into a small apartment in Miami Lakes and had to initially resort to sleeping on the floor because he couldn't afford furniture.


Life Changes Fast - If You Change Fast

"I had no money, was working overtime and needed every penny I could possibly earn. I was attending school, working at Home Depot and trying to figure my life out at the very same time.

The game had also changed. Drastically. My father had passed away. I had an obligation, i had a responsibility, I had someone that I know needed me, and I know at the end of the day my mom kicked me out, but now my mom was by herself and my duty became to take care of her."

- Michael Renaldo-

Within three months, Michael was eventually awarded employee of the month at home depot in August of 2015, then found himself jobless just 5 months after his award. After applying to different jobs, Michael solidified his cold-stone selling technique and persona at his new Brandsmart USA sales-based position selling sound systems, electronics and technical gadgets.

 

After a few months of strenuous work and commitment in the retail sector, he was suddenly hit with an unfortunate life event; his father had passed away. In a desperate attempt to create a better reality for himself, Michael quit his well-paying job at Brandsmart and pursued working at a more successful company. The opportunity to work at Assurance Wireless, a Virgin Mobile company arose and Michael instantly took it.

 

Michael then designed a strategy to scale within the company, built his team and began traveling across the southern United States implementing his business plan and generating revenue and commissions for himself. Fast forward 18 months and Michael has amassed 175 employees under his supervision.

 

A few months later, still working under Assurance Wireless, Michael had decided the business he had built and ran was not going to ultimately fulfill him and bring him happiness. He had reached another turning point in his life. At 21 years old, he eventually sold his business for a hearty six figure sum to one of his former employees and moved on to bigger, better things.

“I started to realize that money wasn’t everything, money started to come in very quickly but I had very little time. I had a big business, lots of employees… I would get into my office at 7 am and leave at 10 pm, but I would leave unsatisfied.

I realized that I was in the wrong place, doing the wrong job, with the wrong people, and I needed to do something about it.

I felt like nothing was enough, so I said “fuck this”, I stopped doing everything I was doing at the time and moved down to Miami."


Radio. Liquor. Marketing.

Come early 2017, Michael runs into an old time friend at Miami Beach, Adam Krzemieniecki , who at the time worked as the Marketing Director for a local independent FM radio station called Shake 108. Adam offers him to come in for an interview with Peter, the owner of the station, for a potential job position.

 

Michael agrees and shows up a few days later where he's offered an intern position at the radio station. His job is now to sell advertising space to businesses looking to promote their product or services on live radio. At the same time, he begins working with a liquor distribution company to supplement his income. At this point he learns the importance of networking and expanding ones social circle and building meaningful relationships.

 

After some time, Michael left the radio station and the liquor company with which he was working went out of business. Michael reconnects with Alex Quin, a highschool friend. Founder and Owner of UADV - a former creative marketing firm turned investment firm. At UADV, Michael learned the ropes of Marketing as they tailored their services for large companies and high ticket clients. After two long years of conceptualizing, planning, and strategizing, INTOMOTO was born. South Florida's most premiere and exclusive in-class luxury car rental service.


The Exotic Car Rental Industry Takeover

Michael is a do-whatever-it-takes guy.


He takes pride in doing the very things no exotic car rental business owner wants to do like cleaning, delivering, repairing and servicing the cars. After over a year of intense labor and sacrifice, Michael began to see the results of his work ethic come to fruition. To Michael, it does not matter who you are or what you do. If you come to him for an exotic car rental, he will do everything in his power to guarantee that you have the greatest experience possible.

 

Enter Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.

 

While no one in the South Florida exotic car rental industry even bat an eye for the celebrity couple in their early September 2018 Miami visit, Michael took the opportunity by the horns and ran with it. He provided them with the premium white-glove service he gives every single one of his clients. A few days in Miami and they had rented over 5 cars from Michael at INTOMOTO. By coincidence, a lighthearted text to Marcus Hyde, Kim Kardashians personal friend and photographer about INTOMOTO's Lime Green G63 AMG Mercedes resulted in Kim renting the car.

 

At the end of the couples Miami trip, they were interested in purchasing the neon green Mercedes truck. INTOMOTO assisted directly with the purchase and delivery of the vehicle. Fast forward a few days, Michael successfully sold Kanye West the Green Mercedes who then gifted the car to Kim as a surprise.

 

Fortune favors the bold.

“Im a business owner, I work all day, I deliver my own cars, I do my own contracts, I process my own sales, I run my own ads, I move my own cars, I have made this business what it is because of the strength of my incredible team and I and the work ethic that's required and put in to build something bigger than myself.”

- Michael Renaldo -



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