May 23, 2018

You Cannot Fail in America, with Gene Simmons

Episode 5:

Rock legend, television star, multi-hyphenate entrepreneur, writer, lecturer, and guest of financial and news programs, Gene Simmons is one of the world’s most recognized personalities. In addition to performing, Simmons has his own record company, Simmons/Universal Music, a joint venture with Universal Music.

He has also enjoyed a successful career in television and film. His own reality show on A&E, Gene Simmons Family Jewels, is the longest-running celebrity reality show of all time. He has also completed two seasons of another show, Gene Simmons’ Rock School, for VH1.
In addition, he created the show Mr. Romance for Oxygen, and his own cartoon, My Dad the Rock Star, for Nickelodeon’s NickToons. Simmons has co-starred in several motion pictures and co-produced New Line Cinema’s Detroit Rock City.

Other entrepreneurial accomplishments include his own book imprint, Simmons/Phoenix books, which published his New York Times bestseller, “Sex Money Kiss,” the Los Angeles Times bestseller “Ladies Of The Night,” and the soon-to-be-released “Gene Simmons’ Art Of War.”

Simmons also tours internationally on the lecture circuit. With millions of fans around the globe and speaking four languages including English, Hebrew, Hungarian, German and some Japanese, Simmons is the personification of today’s globally connected citizens.

His speech is sure to be inspiring and riveting as he details his rise to fame and how he turned the legendary rock -n- roll band, KISS, into the mega-billion-dollar conglomerate it became! As a brilliant marketer and business icon, he’s sure to have the entire room entranced!

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • How Gene helps business with his out-of-the-box thinking
  • The story behind the KISS makeup
  • Why you need to understand that you cannot fail in America
  • How diversifying keeps you safe and why Gene has real estate as part of his portfolio
  • The mistake entrepreneurs make by not putting in the work
  • The dangers of our entitlement society


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