Gina Rudan Explains Practical Genius During Reach Interview

Gina Rudan

Gina Rudan

What would you say if I told you that you are a genius? Usually people respond to this type of flattery with a modest, humble response. Most people wouldn’t consider themselves to be a genius at all. This is because we tend to measure genius by those who appear in history books or score above 160 on an IQ test. It’s time we redefine genius and come to the realization that we are all geniuses in our own right. Albert Einstein was certainly a genius but could he lead a football team like Tim Tebow? Of course not. We each have our own type of genius that we must tap into in order to fulfill our true potential. The process of discovering your genius is best described by Gina Rudan, author of Practical Genius.

Gina Rudan is our distinguished guest for the Reach Personal Branding Interview October 13, 2011 at noon EST. Gina will be having an interactive, one-hour long conversation with William Arruda, the founder of Reach Personal Branding. During the discussion, Gina will teach you how to discover your practical genius and inspire others to do the same.

The Practical Genius Book Tour Starts Today! Watch Gina Rudan’s Book Launch Video HERE.

Gina Rudan is the founder and President of Genuine Insights Inc., a professional development and training practice whose mission is to leverage the genius within every individual and organization. She has been a guest lecturer, trainer and strategist for organizations including Fannie Mae, Booz Allen Hamilton, the BET Network, the Interpublic Group, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the National Hispana Leadership Institute, the Stern School of Business at NYU, and for the Endeavor Organization. She is the curator of TEDxMIA and has held executive positions at Fortune 500 companies including Avon Products and PR Newswire. Gina was awarded the 2009 March of Dimes Woman Living to the Fullest Award and was recently selected as one of Poder Magazine’s top “20 Under 40” Hispanics in the U.S. A native New Yorker, she now lives in Miami.


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