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Occupation  Author, Journalist
Role  Author
Name  Michael Ellsberg

Spouse  Jena la Flamme (2014)
Genres  Nonfiction
Education  Brown University
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Born  May 12, 1977 (age 38) San Francisco (1977-05-12)
Parents  Daniel Ellsberg, Patricia Marx
Siblings  Robert Ellsberg, Mary Ellsberg
Grandparents  Louis Marx, Harry Ellsberg, Adele D. Charsky
Books  The Education of Million, Flirting with Disaster: Why Acci, You Are the Best Investme
Similar People  Daniel Ellsberg, Patricia Marx, Robert Ellsberg, Louis Marx, Judith Ehrlich

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Michael Ellsberg (born May 12, 1977) is an American author, blogger, and public speaker. In 2011, he published The Education of Millionaires: It’s Not What You Think and It’s Not Too Late.

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Personal life

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Ellsberg was born in San Francisco to Daniel and Patricia Marx Ellsberg; his maternal grandfather was American toy maker Louis Marx. He grew up in Berkeley, and attended Deerfield Academy. He received a degree in International Relations from Brown University in 1999. Ellsberg was married to Jena la Flamme, but divorced in 2014.

Writing career

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His first book, The Power of Eye Contact: Your Secret for Success in Business, Love, and Life, was published in 2010. His second book, The Education of Millionaires: It’s Not What You Think and It’s Not Too Late, was published in 2011. For this book, Ellsberg interviewed millionaires and billionaires who do not have college degrees (including Matt Mullenweg, Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour, Sean Parker, and Marc Ecko). The book was profiled in Time Magazine, who called the book an "assault on higher education", and in the New York Times.

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Ellsberg also writes for Forbes.

Other projects

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Ellsberg is credited for inventing "eye-gazing parties," a craze in 2010 where participants stare deeply into each other's eyes and follow up if they feel they made a connection. He is also a book editor and has spoken at Google and Peter Thiel's Fellow Retreat.

References

Michael Ellsberg Wikipedia


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