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Paul Edwards is a professional ghostwriter for faith-based influencers, thought leaders, entrepreneurs and executives. He is the host of the Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast, and in 2019 he wrote the international bestseller, Business Beyond Business.
In this episode you’ll hear:
The way Paul recognized that building relationships was more than just getting business and sales
How he was forced to change his business relationship process after...
I recall advice that seemed wise when I first heard it. “Laugh,” my father told me, “and the world laughs with you. Cry, and you cry alone.”
Here’s another well-meant but misguided belief: “Never let ‘em see you cry.” Most men, especially, are raised that way.
These were the insipid sayings of a generation that drank the Kool-Aid, about themselves. They saw their ascendancy as messianic.
Their culture was based on appearances, positions, titles...
Paul is an international bestselling author, podcast host and mastermind leader. Husband, father and combat veteran. Paul connect young men in the worlds of software, tech and digital entrepreneurship to find their warrior tribes for personal and professional development.
“You cannot do a kindness too soon because you never know how soon it will be too late.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson
Let’s face it, we constantly hear about winning at all cost...
Paul Edwards is a recovering insurance salesman turned Mastermind Leader, author, and podcast host. He had an amazing experience of actually living with his mentor in his youth and served our country. So many experiences he is now sharing with others. Lots of value in this one! #hustletheday
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Paul Edwards is an international bestselling author, entrepreneurial coach, and host of the Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast. Along with being a professional freelance content ghostwriter for influencers & experts, Paul’s focus is on serving young men in tech and entrepreneurship.
He is a veteran of the United States Army, a graduate of Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma and a recovering insurance salesman. In his spare time Paul is an amateur...
I lacked adequate words to express appreciation as my longtime mentor and father in the faith John Eldredge joined us for February’s episode. John is the New York Times bestselling author of “Wild At Heart” and the founder and visionary of Ransomed Heart Ministries in Colorado.
Since 2007, John’s books, podcasts, Boot Camps and other materials have principally guided my redemption through the Christian faith. With the patience and compassion of his...
Joining us for this episode is Marc Mawhinney, host of the Natural Born Coaches podcast and leader of the Coaching Jungle Mastermind, to discuss the Power of Delegation.
All entrepreneurs eventually run up against the limits imposed on us by time. The question is not if we should delegate, but when? And to whom? Marc and I attempt to answer this question through stories and exchanges that reflect the answers we dole out to clients all the time: “As soon as...
Manuj Aggarwal joins the show this week to discuss the quantum leap his life took through the interweaving of technological and personal development.
Growing up in austere factory conditions in India, Manuj knew he wanted to make something more of his life. He caught the tech wave at the right time, just as it began to really ascend in the mid-1990s, and never looked back.
Today, he teaches tech entrepreneurs mindset, business building and has an extremely diverse suite of...
Ilya Bodner, founder and CEO of Bold Penguin, joins me in crossing the inviolable line of the insurance business – NEVER talk about insurance!
Relax, we won’t be discussing coverages. We are going to talk, however, of an industry that embraces change slower than a snail migrating from Bolivia to the Caspian Sea. We’ll learn how Ilya’s company is drastically shrinking the time it normally takes for commercial brokers to quote coverage for small...
The day everything changed for me was a completely normal one. Most are. Good or otherwise, extraordinary days usually begin on ordinary footings.
After 17 months of drought, trial, error, failure, despair and hope - I had finally closed my first high-ticket client. My business was … in business.
Of all the exciting realities that come with getting embraced by target clients, I could only point to one moment during the day that spelled out the source of everything else.
It had nothing...