Ken McCarthy is one of the original pioneers of the movement to commercialize the Internet. He sponsored the first conference on the subject of the Web’s commercial potential in 1994 with the cofounder of Netscape, Marc Andreessen. He was guest speaker at Columbia University Graduate School of Business, MIT Graduate School of Business, and NYU Graduate School of Business. McCarthy is author of System Secrets: Maximum Money in Minimum Time and The System Club Letters: 57 Big Ideas to Transform Your Business and Life. He holds a BA in Antropology from Princeton University.