“To influence the future one must respect the past.” ~Michael Wilson
Niall luxury watch is a true Kansas City entrepreneurial story. Michael Wilson, the founder, will tell you starting his company is 2012 was not easy at all. He said in the beginning, Niall was rejected by the industry in a very abrupt and overt way. His goal was to produce the best timepieces possible that are true legacies to pass on to future generations. This is a testament to the quality and the relationships Michael and his team build with their customers and fans.
Just like the One.M carbon fiber watch and the custom Royal Blue created for Ned Yost, Niall watches are limited in production. Michael did this intentionally in his continuous pursuit of perfection and to be able to more easily flex to meet the needs of his clients. As a former Rolex owner, I appreciate quality but prefer a unique timepiece and based on the growth of the company, Niall’s clients feel the same.
In this interview, Michael shares his philosophy and tactics to build a business that exceeds expectations.
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When asked for a favorite article or book, Michael mentioned Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win. He said it’s a must-read for anyone in business. He also mentioned Will Smith’s recent video on fault versus responsibility. It’s worth 3 minutes to watch! As for adding value, he asked for you to share the Niall story. You can do this via the Niall website at www.niallluxury.com as well as through their social media channels including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Of course, you can connect with Michael on LinkedIn.
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