Steven Schussler’s book “It’s A Jungle In There” is making its way to England. Due to popular demand, readers and fans of the U.K. have expressed an interest and a desire for the book, so Sterling Publishing , Barnes and Noble and other independent book sellers have teamed up to distribute Steven’s book throughout the U.K in July.
Commencement Guest Speaker for Minneapolis College of Art & Design
Saturday, May 7, 2011
3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Keynote Speaker for the Urban Land Institute Leadership Group
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
7:20 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
“Never cut what you can untie.” – Joseph Joubert
In Steven Schussler’s book, It’s A Jungle In There, Chapter 26 talks about bridges and crossing them a second time. At some point in your entrepreneurial life (maybe at many points) someboby is going to disappoint you or, possibly, take advantage of you. When this happens, should you just write this person off and decide to work with him again? To learn more about what Steven has to share on this topic in his book go to It’s A Jungle In There to order your autographed copy.
Chapter 20 of It’s A Jungle In There by Steven Schussler is about PEOPLE. Do you care about the feelings and needs of others and take active steps to help them achieve their personal goals? Think back for a moment and identify someone you really respect — somebody for whom, if he asked you to go to the ends of the Earth, you would make the trip. Chances are this somebody is a person who cared about you. Giving others the sense you care about them is one of the most important elements when it comes to make a positive impression on them. This and many more Inspiring Lessons, Hard-Won Insights and Other Acts of Entrepreneurial Daring are written in Steven Schussler’s book “It’s A Jungle In There”.
“I will pay more for the ability to deal with people than any other ability under the sun.” John D. Rockefeller
Steven Schussler: ‘I’m not one who gives up’
Creative stunts helped Steven Schussler launch his career and later get Rainforest Cafe off the ground.
By WENDY LEE, Star Tribune
Before Steven Schussler created and sold the Rainforest Cafe, his neighbors thought he was into black magic.
Schussler spent nearly $400,000 turning his St. Louis Park home into his concept, with sound systems, waterfalls, 40 tropical birds, two 150-pound tortoises and other exotic animals.
He painted his ceilings black, so that when the greenery couldn’t cover all parts of the wall the rainforest facade would look more real. He spent nights crying and at times, even he questioned whether he was psychotic.
It’s A Jungle In There – 5 P’s of Success – Chapter 16 Persist and Prevail
“A diamond is a lump of coal that stuck with it.” – ANONYMOUS
Do you give up easily or are you willing to pursue your goals with tenacity and determination? Steven Schussler
The Importance of Passion: If you were independently wealthy and never had to work a day in your life, would you still choose to spend your time attempting to become a successful entrepreneur? Steven Schussler and It’s A Jungle In There
Date: Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Time: 7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
Location: Neighborhood House
In any economy, in any job market, whatever the size of the initial budget you just can’t keep a good entrepreneur down. No one knows that better than Steven Schussler, the man behind the Rainforest Cafe and a host of other wildly successful projects.
Learn more about the 5 P’s of Entrepreneurial Success in his book “It’s A Jungle In There” Personality: The Role of Risk-Taking in Entrepreneurial Success: Many people prefer to play it safe when it comes to business matters. Are you willing to take risks in the pursuit of entrepreneurial success? Steven Schussler