Description - Mad Genius: A Manifesto For Entrepreneurs by Randy Gage
This is a manifesto about ideas. Big ideas, small ideas, and outlandish ideas. Ideas that innovate, ideas that disrupt markets, and especially ideas that irritate. More than ideas, though, Mad Genius is about how ideas are born and the role they play in entrepreneurial thinking. This is a manifesto for managers who want to become leaders and leaders, who want to blow up mediocrity. Because whether you work in a traditional business, a nonprofit service organization, or in the public sector, the best way to create fresh and innovative solutions is to think like an entrepreneur. 'A big and brave kickstart for anyone set to make their entrepreneurial dreams come true.' Robin Sharma, #1 bestselling author of The Leader Who Had No Title 'This book is f*cking great! Teaches not only a mindset, but gives people hope, and inspiration, and challenges them at the same time. I love every part of it.' Larry Winget, author of Grow a Pair and five other international bestsellers 'This life-changing book is loaded with practical, proven ideas and questions that will help you kick open the door to all the success you want.' Brian Tracy, author, The Power of Self-Confidence
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Author Biography - Randy Gage
Randy Gageis a thought-provoking critical thinker who will make you approach your business--and your life--in a whole new way. Randy is the author of ten books translated into twenty-five languages, including the New York Timesbestseller Risky is the New Safe. More important, he is an entrepreneur and angel investor whose passion is starting and growing businesses. Randy has spoken to more than two million people across more than fifty countries and is a member of the Speakers Hall of Fame. When he is not prowling the podium or locked in his lonely writer's garret, you'll probably find him playing third base on a softball field somewhere."