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.