Gordon Zuckerman is the founder of his own real-estate company and “Resort Suites of Scottsdale,” a nationally recognized golf-resort company, which he sold to a New York investment fund in 2005. Since retiring from the industry, he has enjoyed a second career as a full-time author of historical fiction and business thrillers. He currently lives in Norther Nevada with his wife. They have two children and four grandchildren.
Entrepreneurial Role Models:
- People Gordon has met.
- Family members.
When business started difficulties overcame:
“The difference between the successful efforts and the not so successful efforts are that you need to understand what business you’re in and you have to develop an expertise in it that not only gives you the edge but provides investors with the confidence that supporting you is sensible and profitable”…[Listen for More]
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Best Advice to Other Entrepreneurs:
“Believe in yourself and go for it”…[Listen for More]
More About Gordon Zuckerman:
Neil’s Quote at the Beginning:
“Telling creates resistance. Asking creates relationships.”
Other Quotes From the Chat with Gordon Zuckerman:
“Anybody with a check book can make a project, but learning how to make it work and finish you really have to focus on what it takes to create a dedicated organisation that is capable of producing, individually and collectively the kind of results that you’re depending on”
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