In today’s show, Aaron Walker interviews Ray Edwards on the entrepreneurial mindset and prospering in business.
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Ray Edwards is a Communications Strategist, Copywriter, Author, Speaker, and host of one the top iTunes Business Podcasts. He has worked with Fortune 500 companies, and with some of the most powerful voices in leadership and business. His clients include New York Times best-selling authors Michael Hyatt (author of Platform and co-author of Living Forward), Tony Robbins (author of Unleash the Giant Within and Money: Master the Game), Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen (co-authors of Chicken Soup For the Soul), Jeff Walker (author of Launch), and many more.
Ray's copy and marketing expertise has helped sell an estimated $200 Million or more in products and services.
Ray is the founder of Ray Edwards International, Incorporated, which offers:
- Consulting and Coaching
- Product Launch Management
- Training and Instruction
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- How to write copy that is persuasive, not manipulative
- How some of Ray’s favorite “articles” were actually advertisements
- Relationship + skill makes you indispensable
- Why Ray transferred his radio skills to the internet
- You can improve how to tell your stories
- Ray’s history with Parkinson’s disease
- It’s okay to be prosperous as a small business owner
- How an entrepreneurial mindset will get rid of poverty
- Ray’s 3 foci of business moving into the future
- Do you treat everyday as an important resource?
- How Ray feeds himself intellectually and spiritually
- Ray reads a list of declarations every morning about himself
- The power of simple in business
“It’s okay to have money, just don’t let it have you.”
- To stay up-to-date on the release of Permission to Prosper and everything Ray is up to these days, please visit his website here.
“The best way to help the poor is to not be one of them.”