82% of business failures are caused by cash flow problems.
Also known as the “running out of money” problem.
My friend Ray Edwards is on a mission to fix that problem.
For those of you who haven’t heard of Ray Edwards before – he’s been the “marketing man behind the curtain” for some big companies, and for top names in business and leadership.
Ray is technically a Copywriter, or as he is fond of saying, “a cash flow engineer.”
People who have trusted Ray to craft their words and shape their marketing include:
- Michael Hyatt (from our recent Best Year Ever course)
- Tony Robbins
- Jeff Walker
- Dan Miller
- Jack Canfield
- Robert Allen
- Mark Victor Hansen
- Frank Kern
- Stu McLaren
- …and many more!
This is why Ray and his materials are my main resource when I’m stuck for words.
How to Write Copy that Sells (without being pushy, salesy, or sleazy)
Selling is vital to your business (and avoiding being a part of the 82% who run out of money).
Imagine what it would be like to be able to produce cash flow when you need it, without being pushy or salesy!
I’m excited to share with you that Ray Edwards is releasing a 3-part mini-course on how small business owners and entrepreneurs can simply make cash flow happen – on demand.
The FREE COURSE is called “Selling without Sleazing: The Key to More Income, More Impact, and More Freedom.”
The first lesson is available now:
It’s important that you go and watch this short video now – Ray has made it free for a few days, but then he’ll be taking the course offline.
This first video lesson will open up new possibilities, and new hope, for you and your business.
The promise of this lesson and the two that follow is quite simple: you can learn how to write copy that sells, without being pushy, salesy, or sleazy.
And that means you can make cash flow happen, when you want it to – whatever business you are in!
All you have to do is follow the Four Frameworks Ray teaches.
My recommendation is to go get this free training while you can – and while it’s still free!
I’ve relied on Ray’s work in the past to help with my writing, so I can assure you that I’ll be watching right along with you.