Today, I’m excited to introduce you to, Clint Arthur. He’s a celebrity entrepreneur who holds a degree in Entrepreneurial Management from the Wharton School of Business and is the bestselling author of What They Teach You at the Wharton School of Business and Break Through Your Upper Limits on TV.
I first met Clint back in 2013 when he helped me get booked on more than a dozen local and national TV shows, which culminates with my upcoming appearance on The Today Show on July 16th (I’ll send you more details when I have them!)
Fast forward to 2019, and I’ll be speaking at Clint’s Living Legends of Entrepreneurial Marketing event September 26-28 at Carnegie Hall, alongside Martha Stewart, Ice-T and Coco, Jerry Greenfield (the co-founder of Ben and Jerry’s), Michael Gerber, author of the bestselling book The E-Myth Revisited, and many more. (You can get all the details and your ticket at LivingLegends2019.com)
Today, Clint joins the podcast to share the story of how he became a businessman, how to master the art of the public appearance, and why everyone needs to become a celebrity entrepreneur to succeed at the highest level.
- The question that changed everything for Clint – and how he cultivated celebrity, became his own booker, and mastered the art of the promotional appearance.
- What it means that Clint failed to achieve his Hollywood dream of becoming an actor and writer in his youth.
- Why his college roommate’s father, who produced Platoon, was the original celebrity entrepreneur, and how he’s circled back later in life to succeed as a documentary filmmaker.
- Practical actions you can take to become a celebrity entrepreneur.
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