THE 24 GENIUS STEPS TO SUCCESS
Your innate abilities determine your future. Find out what they are. Learn and develop the 24 personality traits of the world's greatest geniuses!
There are skills that help an entrepreneur succeed at his endeavors. Robert Duggan has found that those skills are the 24 characteristics that geniuses have in common. In this course, we take you through a step-by-step process to learn and develop each trait while you apply it to achieving the goal you've set for yourself or your business. Dr. Alfred Barrios discovered the 24 qualities of a genius while he was studying the world's greatest geniuses. Robert used them to turn a struggling company into a multi-billion-dollar success.
"If you look at the lives of the world’s greatest geniuses… you discover they all had 24 personality characteristics in common. These are traits that anyone can develop. It makes no difference how old you are, how much education you have, or what you have accomplished to date. Adopting these personality characteristics enables you to operate on a genius level."—Dr. Alfred Barrios
Learn how to:
- Work smarter to succeed faster.
- Stay motivated.
- Boost your courage when faced with obstacles
- Control your schedule to stay dedicated to your goal.
- Make correct decisions and learn from the wrong ones quickly.
- Use the 24 qualities of a genius to make a difference for the better.
Robert Duggan is the founder of Genius Inc., an innovator, entrepreneur, humanitarian and surfer. He is one of America’s leading entrepreneurs and the recipient of numerous recognitions for his support to many humanitarian activities—including worldwide literacy programs and disaster relief efforts. His business and personal actions are driven by his desire to make a difference for the better.
In one of his previous companies, Pharmacyclics, Bob led the development of a patient-friendly cancer medicine which continues to save lives today. When Bob became the CEO in February 2009, the company’s market value had decreased to a low of $15 million, had spent $350 million in research, and didn’t have a workable cancer medicine. In the following six years, Bob successfully grew the company from 45 to 700 employees, and negotiated the sale of the company in 2015 for $21 billion.
Bob trained all employees on The 24 Characteristics of Geniuses. People were so engaged with the training, that they would come back to Bob asking for materials to take home and share with their relatives and friends. The company grew and productivity improved because of it. When he sold the the company, many had become millionaires and geniuses.