Did you hear the one about the teenage boy who gave up his scholarship to Syracuse to stay home and help raise his siblings, then later funded his way through college by acting in national TV commercials, and then after graduation sold insurance to the rougher areas of town where the other agents didn’t want to go? You know, the one where he then used those life skills to build multiple, multi-million dollar companies, learned to fly, produced award-winning Hollywood movies, and served in local government, and now shares tips with us how? Well if you missed that one, catch it here on The Remarkable People Podcast Episode 4: The Gene M. Valentino story!
Founding president of CellularOne, pioneering visionary of the online payment industry, serial entrepreneur, local government leader, major motion picture award-winning executive producer, race car driver, recreational pilot, and remarkably nice guy, Gene M. Valentino shares some of his life story with us. This podcast is filled with sound business knowledge, professional tips, and key life lessons that we can all use to “succeed” in life. Enjoy!
SPECIAL OFFERS & LINKS MENTIONED DURING SHOW:
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BOOKS & RESOURCES MENTIONED:
- The Innovator’s Dilemma by Clayton M. Christensen
- Courtyard by Marriott, 9 Mile Road, Pensacola, Florida (Coming Soon -Spring 2020!)
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