Many of putting tech geniuses such as Steve Jobs or Elon Musk on a pedestal. Equally, self-imposed limitations and imposter syndrome prevent us from building the next Amazon out of a garage-like Jeff Bezos. But how can the average Joe or Joanne be the next Silicon Valley Tech Genius?
How did some tech founders create breakthrough products and grow their startups into household names? How did one tech entrepreneur convince an investor in a brief car ride to sign a term sheet for 4 billion dollars?
They are tech geniuses—software programmers and startup founders with a magic touch and a special mystique. They capture the imagination of our media, as they turn simple ideas into highly profitable, billion-dollar businesses. But the tech genius is not exactly what you might think.
Shawn Livermore tackles this subject head-on in his Amazon Best Selling Business Non-Fiction Book called Average Joe: Be the Silicon Valley Tech Genius.
Average Joe dispels the myth of the tech genius, explaining how these clever nerds work their wonders. But in a surprising twist, it also helps anyone become the myth themselves.
Using new concepts and tools like the Slow Create Framework, the Mindless Work LADDER, and Sustainable Mystique, anyone can up their game and go from average Joe to tech genius.
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