My conversation with Ray Edwards about his new book, Permission to Prosper, dismantles much of what we commonly believe about being “rich” and being “poor”. We get to choose – which one have you chosen?
Episode #764 February 12, 2021
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Permission to Prosper – with Ray Edwards
What if you could be rich beyond your wildest dreams? I know what you’re thinking that Dan is going to tell us about how to launch a course and make a lot of money. Or how to use Facebook ads to get ahead. Or some wild kind of plan out there to get a whole lot more email subscribers.
We aren’t going to talk about any of those tactics. I’m going to have a conversation with my friend, Ray Edwards about his new book, Permission To Prosper. We’re going to talk about getting rich beyond your wildest dream. It comes from looking inward — from looking inward first.
Ray is known primarily for his work in copywriting. He’s worked with major names out there like Mark Victor Hansen, Tony Robbins, and others to help them write copy that’s compelling. He’s done extremely well in that area and generated millions and millions of dollars. T
This is different. This is looking inward and uncovering some things that you’re struggling with.
Why do most people struggle with money?
What does it mean to be living in poverty?
What is “soul prosperity”?
How many times does the word “prosper” appear in the Bible?
What is the best way to help poor people?
Should businesses “give back” when they reach success?
Is selling just a way to take advantage of people?
Quotation:“Money gives us the opportunity to display trustworthiness, wisdom, generosity, restraint, and love.” Ray EdwardsClick To Tweet
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