Welcome to this edition of THE REAL DEAL with Jason Silverman!
Jason Silverman got a chance to catch up with an amazing Real Deal guest… Dr. Gene Landrum. Dr. Gene shared some amazing insight into the mindset of the Entrepreneurial Genius. This specific podcast is super important stuff for anybody/everybody who is looking to take their business to THE NEXT LEVEL. You’re going to get a ton of value from this one!
Strap yourself in and get ready! This is going to be great!
A little about Dr. Gene Landrum…
Dr. Gene is a high-tech start-up executive turned educator and writer. As a businessman he originated the Chuck E. Cheese concept of family entertainment among other entrepreneurial ventures. After years of interacting with creative and overachieving personalities he decided to document the inner workings of what made them tick and did his doctoral dissertation on the Jungian Psychology of Success. Dr. Gene lectures extensively on the vagaries of eminence and teaches MBA’s at the Hodges University graduate school in SW, Florida. Robert Toth, a creative genius in sculpturing wrote in 2010, “Dr. Landrum, you have been my inspiration from your first book, Profiles of Genius. Last night I stayed up all night reading The Superman Syndrome. Thank you, thank you thank you for being my inspiration. My family thought I was weird but you have validated my life’s calling.” Author Lee Milteer in an introduction in 2010 said, “Dr. Gene, your books have been the most inspiring of anything I’ve ever read. You are one of the true experts on entrepreneurship and one of the best thinkers of today.”
Listen to today’s podcast and discover:
What motivated Dr. Gene to study entrepreneurs and put together so many valuable biographical insights about so many great entrepreneurs?
How was Dr. Gene able to synthesize the twelve laws discussed in his book “Entrepreneurial Genius?”
What is the one law or principle that seems to resonate most with entrepreneurs and leaders?
What lesson has Dr. Gene lived by that emerged as a result of a challenge, a failure, or a disappointment?
Every entrepreneur experiences fear. How do you overcome the paralyzing effects of fear when you’ve begun something new?
What is the secret to getting things done and being a great implementer?