The Bottom Line (Air Date: August 12, 2014) – In this second half of a two-part interview, Paul Zane Pilzer describes what he looks for when seeking young entrepreneurs with potential, such as 29-year-old Rick Lindquist, current CEO of Zane Benefits. Pilzer talks about his motivation to become an author, writing his book God Wants You To Be Rich, and the challenge of being a successful author now. He highlights his experiences working in the Reagan Administration as an economic advisor. Pilzer describes himself less as a businessman, and more as “an inventor and rainmaker” because of his drive to fix things and move on. He talks about his latest business venture, Zaniac that serves as an innovative math education program for young students. Finally he talks about the value of touring America’s prestigious college campuses with young children.
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