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.
The Wisconsin accent of the narrator was just too much for me. I know, that sounds awful, but it quickly became grating and I couldn't get past the first five minutes. I may look into the digital book instead, as the info was interesting.
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