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Bill Kimberlin

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Born on May 18, 1967 in Nashville, Tennessee Bill Kimberlin is a serial entrepreneur who started his first business at the age of 19, then went on to start numerous other businesses before pursuing the .COM rush in the mid 1990’s. With a focus in the medical field, at the age of 27, both Forbes and US News & World Report had recognized Mr. Kimberlin as a young entrepreneur with passion and vision.

Companies and Investments

Founder, President & CEO of Medx Publishing and Medicare.com

Lessons Learned

Every market I got into I had no experience in, which was pretty difficult because everyone was looking for someone who had 10 years experience. Now they want an entrepreneur who will get in there and get a team together. My business model has always been to hire people that are smarter than me and get out of their way.

If I could go back in time and give my 20 year old self advice I'd tell him to 'embrace what you are not good at, and accept it.' I spent so many years trying to manage what I wasn't good at as opposed to what I was really good at. My forte is recognizing talent, business development and sales. I wish I had just focused purely on that and surrounded myself by people who were good at the things I was not good at. A lot of us get insecure with what we are not good at, it took me a longtime to mature as an entrepreneur to be like 'do not give me that task, I am the last person you want to give that task to'.

Building a business is an evolving process, it takes having a lot of failures along the way. Sometimes you get knocked out and you have to get back up. It is a very lonely place (building a business). When people around you do not understand what you are trying to do, and not everyone has bought into your vision. When you are not going to make payroll on Friday or facing complete shutdown--it's a scary place to be. But what keeps that fire in my belly is that I do not want to fail. I enjoy overcoming very difficult problems.

Inspiring Quotes

The flame that burns twice as bright burns half as long

Lao Tzu

Speed without direction is the same thing as direction without speed


Success is nothing but failure turned inside out


You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.

Maya Angelou

Bill Kimberlin's Quotes

Hire intelligent people and get out of the way

Bill Kimberlin

Influential Books

- Business Lessons from the Edge Learn How Extreme Athletes Use Intelligent Risk Taking to Succeed in Business by McCormick, Jim, Karinch, Maryann McGraw-Hill,2009 Hardcover

Jack Daly - Hyper Sales Growth: Street-Proven Systems & Processes. How to Grow Quickly & Profitably.

Tony Alessandra - The Platinum Rule: Discover the Four Basic Business Personalities and How They Can Lead You to Success


Jack Daly