When I met Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple at The Titan Summit in Zurich he shared an insight I'll carry with me always.
--yes, he taught those blessed to be in the room with this giant of industry to make sure our work represented BIW: Best in The World [and his winning moves to do so]
--yes, he noted that he was obsessed, as he invented Apple's first computer, with producing a product that no one had ever seen [with color and symbols]
--yes, he made us laugh when the blue box he and Steve Jobs were marketing for free phone calls was used by him to call the Pope
Yet--what I'll never forget from that unique encounter with a game-changing genius is this one line he offered to me as I interviewed him on the stage:
I made a decision early on that when people were not nice to me I'd be nice to them.
In this Mastery Session called "The 4 Signs of a Genius Entrepreneur" you'll discover:
--how to become the disruptive visionary of your industry
--the need to make your "I can" larger than your "I can't" if you're ready to win
--the importance of leveraging your instinct to scale your success [over your intellect]
--the precious value of becoming "a radiant optimist" so problems get recoded into possibilities. And adversity fuels pure mastery.
These are 5 SOPs (Standard Operating Procedures), that I encourage you to wire into your daily life through consistent practice, because as you know so well, consistency is the mother of mastery. It's not what you do once every year that is going to allow you to live a legendary life, it's what you do every single day.
I wanted to share with you 3 reasons why great leaders - the one's I've worked with, you know, many of the fortune 500 CEO's, billionaires, titans of industry, why great leaders really are devoted readers:
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