In 1959 Larry Wilson was a 29-year old hotshot in the life insurance industry, becoming the youngest member of the Million-Dollar Round Table. That same year Larry spotted a used book on a table outside of a bookstore. The book was by Dr. Abraham Maslow, the father of humanistic psychology and the creator of the famous Hierarchy of Needs. Larry read the book and was so fascinated with Maslow’s philosophy that he contacted him at Brandeis University. Dr. Maslow invited Larry to visit him, and the day they spent together inspired Larry to start Wilson Learning in 1960, which eventually become a multi-national corporation and the second largest training company in the world. On March 25, 2010, Larry Wilson turned 80, and he’s still sharing his ground breaking ideas with audiences around the world. After 50 years of studying human behavior, Larry Wilson’s insights are steeped in the wisdom that can only be acquired by experience. Watch this post and take advantage of the knowledge of this brilliant, one of a kind, national treasure.