WALK YOUR TALK
“Commitment is doing the thing you said you would do long after the mood you said it in has passed.” That quote is by George Zalucki, an international icon of self development. It is also one of today’s guest’s favorite quotes.
Our inspiring guest is Ray Higdon, a seven figure earner as a former network marketer and now as an internationally recognized network marketing coach.
This episode is definitely for you even if you are not a network marketer and have no interest in it. Why? Because it is a powerful conversation about showing up in your life and business 100%. it’s about stepping into the power to walk your talk.
You will feel Ray’s authentic energy throughout this interview. That energy literally radiates from Ray’s voice and touches you on a level beyond words. You can’t help but feel uplifted and empowered by Ray Higdon’s authenticity, vulnerability, and passion.
People pay Ray six figures for the knowledge, wisdom, and life changing secrets that he shares freely with you in today’s podcast episode.
Ray dropped so many value bombs in this interview. Here a just a few of the high ticket lessons you will learn:
- Releasing emotional baggage to attract wealth and happiness
- The value of becoming uncomfortable
- Why a breakdown proceeds every major breakthrough
- The transformative power of two simple words: Until & Despite
- What real consistency looks like
- Why life’s worst circumstances can’t really stop you
- One pivotal event that unlocked Ray’a power to grow, succeed, and contribute
- Why you should learn to take action before you are ready
- One book that transformed and empowered Ray’s life
- How you will feel when you align your words with your actions
If you are tired of being a spectator of this rewarding Life Game, listen to this entire episode with Ray Higdon, and become a winning player.
RAY’S FAVORITE BOOK
Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
QUOTES IN THIS PODCAST
“I don’t feel pressure; I just see opportunity.” – Larry Bird (Ray’s favorite)
“Commitment is doing the thing you said you would do long after the mood you said it in has passed.” – George Zalucki
“Don’t wish for things to be easier. Wish for you to be better.” – Jim Rohn