Because no one rights a bio like Ryan, I’ll let him introduce himself: “First, I write my own bios. Second I have a long ass list of accomplishments that even I can’t believe. In order not to come off too “braggy” I’ll probably leave some of my accomplishments out of this as well. Just know, I’m a BAMF who is not afraid to fail or take action. I’ve never had a job with a salary. I’ve always worked hourly + commission or just straight commission. I’ve been in sales since I was 13 years old. I started out selling car washes in Plano, Texas. I became a record setting service advisor and I still hold sales and car count records at the wash where I worked. Because of my work ethic at the car wash, I was offered a job in mortgages, by one of the regular customers. She noticed my sales skills and offered me to become her apprentice at a mortgage company she owned. After some reluctance, I accepted. Within 30 days of working for her, I had made as much money as what used to take me 3 months at the car wash. I was hooked.”

In this episode, Ryan and I talk about:

  •  Writing his own life story
  • Going from prison to one of the top online sales trainers in the world
  • Figuring out your ‘why’
  • Why intent gives you a significant advantage – and changes everything
  • Getting in line with who you’re supposed to be
  • Living to the voice that tells you to find your purpose
  • Being a PC when you were meant to be a MAC

Listen to my episode with Ryan now!