The Genius Institute’s Wealth Dynamics Masters Program, Where Entrepreneurs Full-Proof their Business Plans while Connecting with Entrepreneurs Around the World

Seattle Entrepreneur Among Finalists in the Program’s Competition

Feb. 4, 2021

The Genius Institute’s Wealth Dynamics Masters program recently brought together entrepreneurs from around the world for a 5-day, 8 hour a day interactive virtual business accelerator event.  Historically held in Bali at a posh retreat, this was the first virtual Masters Wealth Program.   Designed to teach entrepreneurs to reset, rethink, reimagine and ultimately recreate their businesses, nearly 100 entrepreneurs attended in December.   Led by Roger James Hamilton, Futurist, New York Times Best-Selling Author, and founder of the Entrepreneur Institute, which has over 2,000,000 entrepreneurs in 200 cities, the program is one of his signature events.


The purpose of the virtual retreat was to prepare entrepreneurs for the digital decade and help them adapt their business models and their economic engines for growth and sustainability.  To compete in the digital decade, the program teaches entrepreneurs to embrace the metaverse and understand that the old ways of doing things will no longer work.


The starting point is for entrepreneurs to understand their entrepreneur profile and then leverage it with all the tools and thinking of the digital decade.  The program begins with each entrepreneur taking the Genius Test to determine whether one is a Creator, Star, Supporter, Deal Maker, Trader, Lord, Mechanic, Introvert or Extrovert.  It is critical for entrepreneurs to understand how they create value and that is determined by their entrepreneur profile. Only when they fully embrace whom they are and what they love can they leverage the value they create to maximize their business and their individual potential.  Do we create value through intuitive thinking or sensory thinking?  Are we dreamers or are we traders?  Supporters or Deal Makers?  If we know our profile, it is easier for us to get into the flow and to help others get into the flow.  And the program is all about the flow, about being in the wave and catching it at the right moment.


Working with mentors in groups of 15-20, entrepreneurs created a full 52-week business plan, a priority plan and a step-by-step strategy for growth.  They then presented their plans to their mentors and fellow entrepreneurs for feedback.


One of the key themes of the program is that entrepreneurs must realize that what they have today is 100% the result of what they have designed. It will not change unless they take the time out to redesign it.  Whether it’s a bicycle, a racecar or a spaceship, each business is designed with different tolerance levels to create different performance levels.  


The program focuses on the 8 key drivers of any business:


  • Systems
  • Leadership
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Sales
  • Investing
  • Service
  • Partnerships

    As part of the cost of tuition, students gain access to the GeniusU platform of 1.5 million entrepreneurs, 121 hour of post Masters mentoring, entrance into a Trusted Buyers Clubs with products and services to assist them in building their own business.  They also have the right to create their own micro courses and micro schools on the GeniusU platform.  Finally, they also get their own personal Master Mind Group, a community of over 2000 entrepreneurs.


    With all the practical hands-on coaching and collaboration, there is also a philosophy that runs through the program.   That philosophy is based on the idea that everyone is the result of his or her critical moments.  How we handle those critical moments shape our future. Flow is in the river, says Roger James Hamilton.  We must move to get back in the river. We may be numbed by our job, on the riverbank, not feeling anything, stuck where we are.  When we become entrepreneurs, the waves gets bigger, the highs get higher, the lows gets lower. We must learn how to navigate the peaks and troughs.


    Always, we must get back in the river. The one thing that gets us back in the river is gratitude, giving praise to the team, thankful to have the opportunities we have been given.  Gratitude gets us back in connection. From gratitude we need to get to humility, understanding gets us back into flow, back into the river.  


    An entrepreneur from Seattle was one of three finalists in the Masters Program challenge.  The challenge was to create the best future proof business plan.  Trish _____, a former professional skater evolved her business of teaching skaters how to make money as trainers, to targeting a much larger market opportunity.  Called Sports-Preneurs,  a business that allows highly skilled athletes to “turn passion into profits,” her business is about helping others create a business around their skill, one sport at a time.  As a top three finalist, she won two micro courses offered by GeniusU: Marketing 5.0, and Sales and Service 5.0,  online courses that teach entrepreneurs how to use the latest A.I tools to market their products and service their customers in the digital age.


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