The Last Word: PX Technology CEO on Operating with ‘LOA’

“There is a thin line between arrogance and confidence. Knowing how to operate with confidence, without crossing over that line, leads to more successful relationships.”

Michael Sullivan
PX Technology
his guiding principle of servant leadership: LOA or “Lack of Arrogance,” via LinkedIn.

Michael Sullivan

Sullivan helms Plano-based PX Technology, which has just been acquired by Maryland-based patient advocacy healthtech company CareMetx. Writing on LinkedIn, he describes himself as a “servant leader with a reputation for integrity, transparency, persistence, and employee loyalty.” 

Besides offering advice on keeping your entrepreneurial ego in check, he also shares an intriguing reading list featuring his favorite books—everything from the Bible to Love is Free. Guac is Extra. by Monty Mora; Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future by Peter Thiel and Blake Masters; and The E-Myth: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It by Michael E. Gerber and more.

You can see his full books list on his LinkedIn profile.

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