Here is the simple process I follow.
If I were creating the profile for someone like Michael, I put in the basic information on them that I have (name, birth and death dates and locations, etc.) and then cut and paste the source information from Familysearch.com for one record for the person. If I were creating the profile for Michael, I would probably use his Social Security Death Index entry:
"United States Social Security Death Index," database, FamilySearch(https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:J146-WYQ : accessed 9 September 2015), Michael Pavlukovich, 26 Nov 1994; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).
Just by doing this, the profile will not be listed as unsourced.
If you don't enter anything in the source section when you create a new profile, the profile will be listed as an unsourced profile with the "This profile lacks source information..." box, etc. You then have to edit the biography section of the profile and delete the text stating that it is unsourced - this will not be done automatically.
This happens to me sometimes when I create new profiles and forget to add a source when I first create the profile. I then edit the biography to add information on sources and delete the text stating that the profile is unsourced.
Either way - depending on how many additional sources I have, I then go back and enter the additional source information.