Bruce Dickinson is one of the world`s biggest rock stars. With Iron Maiden he has rocked the world of music for decades. He rocks the world of business with the same passion and success.
No wonder why Bruce is described as a polymath; being a successful artist, pilot, fencer, brewmaster, author and entrepreneur.
“Rent-a-pencil” never made it.
But one of his first ever enterprises failed. The 9 year old Paul Bruce Dickinson founded “Rent-a-Pencil”. He had realized there was a shortage of pencils at school.
The young founder and CEO Dickinson made a fundamental mistake, though. Everybody stole his pencils!
This is just one of the stories of failure and creativity Bruce shares when inspiring his audience with lessons learnt from building businesses.
Keynotes on Key Attributes in Business.
Bruce describes his keynote speaking as corporate stand-up. As inspirational speaker he focuses on creativity and what it really takes to be an entrepreneur.
With his energy boosting presentations Bruce explains how to harness creativity and turn it into business success. He shares how years of trial and failure helped him succeed and describes the key attributes : “You got to have a vision. But you also got to have common sense.”
“Cash certainly helps but creativity is crucial.”
Bruce Dickinson enjoys the challenge of creativity. “Whilst cash certainly helps in building a business; an enterprise is likely to fail if it lacks one crucial component: creativity.”
He describes creativity as the element that sparks the great business idea and marks it out from the mediocre.
“Business is all about People.”
“You can´t be afraid of failure. Turn it into “I failed and I will try harder” and “I will get better at what I do.”
“My emphasis in speaking, when speaking about business, is that business is about people, and how I can help, in some way, from my experience.”
If you want to know more about what Bruce can bring to your business event and how to book, feel free to drop a line firstname.lastname@example.org or simply call + 47 92 80 18 66.
Written by Cathrine @ CATWORK AS