The myth of the silver bullet

Scott Ritzheimer

The myth of the silver bullet. In this episode Judith Germain speaks to Scott Ritzheimer about how Maverick entrepreneurs can avoid pitfalls in their growth. He explains that to be elite you need to get over the fear of death and the need to avoid the myth of the silver bullet.

They also compare elite athletes and their coaches, with Judith reflecting that these type of coaches are more like business mentors. Scott shares the process of entrepreneurial growth and the capacity limitation of being the only captain on the field. In this conversation they look at 4 leadership styles and how to leverage these.

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Maverick Paradox Media is for the pathologically curious who seek to learn from lateral thinkers, including how to execute maverick thinking. We provide a Maverick perspective on the world arounds us. 💢 I am the leading authority on 𝗠𝗮𝘃𝗲𝗿𝗶𝗰𝗸 𝗟𝗲𝗮𝗱𝗲𝗿𝘀𝗵𝗶𝗽 and Founder of Maverick Paradox Media. It is because I am passionate about demonstrating that Maverick Leadership exists everywhere and understand that we can all learn from diverse and differing voices that I founded Maverick Paradox Media. Maverick Paradox reaches thousands of leaders and business owners, empowering and inspiring them to think differently, challenge often and increase their leadership capability. 💢 Maverick Paradox Media consists of: ✅ The Maverick Paradox Podcast (on all popular podcast platforms/apps – available episodes here: ✅ The Maverick Paradox Magazine I also write for The Maverick Paradox Magazine and you can find those articles under my name Judith Germain.