Portal to Genius is a:

#2 Amazon best seller and a Finalist: International Book Awards – Self Help: Motivational, USA Best Books 2010 – Business: Entrepreneurship & Small Business, and Business: Motivational

About the Authors

Leslie Householder is the award-winning, best selling author of The Jackrabbit Factor: Why You Can, and Hidden Treasures: Heaven’s Astonishing Help with Your Money Matters. As a busy wife and mother of seven, she is also a contributing author to multiple Chicken Soup for the Soul publications and Certified Mentor in the Conscious Creator Mentoring Network.

She is the founder and president of ThoughtsAlive, an company dedicated to helping families achieve prosperity against the odds. As popular speaker and educator, Leslie creatively uses humor and story to help her audiences ultimately profit from all their losses. For more about Leslie, visit www.LeslieHouseholder.com.
Garrett B. Gunderson is an entrepreneur who started his first company at the age of 15 and became a multi-millionaire by the age of twenty-six. Garrett is a winner of Utah’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year award. He has founded several prosperous companies, including an Inc 500 company that was named by The Utah Fast 50 program as one of the top companies in the state for entrepreneurial spirit, innovative business tactics and skyrocketing revenue growth.

Garrett is the author of the New York Times bestselling financial book Killing Sacred Cows, and is a Certified Mentor in the Conscious Creator Mentoring Network. He co-authored the highly acclaimed Curriculum for Wealth series, coaches large groups of business owners and financial service professionals nationwide, and is a sought after speaker and personal finance coach. For more on Garrett, visit www.GarrettBGunderson.com.

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