Richard E. Geno was a business coach before it
was fashionable to be one. He has been coaching people to success
since the mid-1970's and coached Little League and Babe Ruth
Baseball for two and a half decades.
Richard E. Geno built his personal career and
substantial fortune over nearly four decades in the financial
services field, reaching the Million Dollar Round Table in
his very first year. He is a world traveler with more than
a dozen trips to both Asia and Europe. He took a fancy to England's
Windsor Castle, and had a replica built in the Bay Area for
his family of 8 children.
Even with all his financial wealth and professional
success, it was through severe challenges and adversity - a
difficult divorce, a disastrous fire in his home, and a devastating
medical diagnosis on one of his children - that he discovered
some of life's greatest lessons. Turning stumbling blocks into
stepping stones, he established a more solid personal foundation
and dedicated himself to assisting others to achieve growth
and balance in their lives without having to go through the
Richard E. Geno has won numerous service and
achievement awards. He is a student of history, Chinese culture
and current events. He still lives in the Bay Area and especially
enjoys the company of his two grandchildren.