Ryan Levesque

Marketing Expert and Business Coach

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Imagine achieving a 40%+ annual return on your investments for 8 years straight?! And not through a ponzi scheme. Today’s guest started investing when he was 10 years old and managed to grow his $5,000 inheritance to pay for two years of college – and we’re talkin’ Brown University! My guest today is Ryan Levesque.

Ryan is a marketing expert and business coach who started his business in 2008 armed with nothing but a $450 laptop, an Ivy-league education and an insatiable curiosity to understand why people buy… which led him to creating the “Ask Formula”. He describes it extensively in his new book “Ask” that he has generously offered for free to the SoMoney listeners! Tune in to the episode to find out how to get yours! There are 100 copies to give away, so if you act fast there’s a good chance you’ll win.

Ryan has used his Ask formula to help build multi-million dollar businesses in 17 different industries, generating over $100 million dollars in sales in the process. Today, he and his team offer training, consulting, and implementation services for entrepreneurs and businesses at all levels.

Three takeaways from this interview:

— Why and HOW Ryan left the golden handcuffs of his dream cushy job to explore his passion

— The unusual 4-word question he says can help entrepreneurs boost income by 36%

— How to eliminate decision fatigue so you can focus on the things that truly matter in your life

If you’d like to learn more about Ryan Levesque, visit his website www.thefunnelspecialist.com. And don’t forget to claim your free book by going to AskFormula.com/SoMoney and entering a coupon code SOMONEY2015.

Our favorite quote from this interview: “When it comes to investing, you don’t have to get it perfect.” – click to tweet

  • Mary B

    Agreed, not having advantages is an advantage