Now I’m Getting In Your Face

I haven’t been doing my best to serve you.

What do I mean?

Well, I’ve realized that I can show up for you (and help you) in a much bigger way.

That I can do more for you.

And because I can, I must.

But some people are not gonna like it.


Several reasons.

  1. I plan to start writing to you a lot more – pretty much every day, in fact.
  2. I’m not going to be pulling my punches any more. No more mister nice guy. While I’m not going to be intentionally offensive, I am going to be telling the truth you need to hear — not necessarily what you WANT to hear.
  3. I will make you aware of stuff that will make you uncomfortable. But if you listen, and act, on what I say… it will also make you more successful.

If my new commitment to your success is too much for you, and if you’re reading this in an email (and nor just on the blog) please go ahead right now, scroll to the bottom of this email and click the link that will automatically unsubscribe you.

In which case, then I WON’T be in your face.

Which is sad, really.

But God made you with a free will, right?

See you back here tomorrow. Meanwhile, I’m looking forward to your feedback – leave it below here in the comments on the blog.

’nuff said.

Please note: I reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive or off-topic.

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12 thoughts on “Now I’m Getting In Your Face

  1. I can’t wait to hear more Ray!  I so appreciate your love for the Lord and your wisdom when it comes to having a successful home business.  I’m ready to listen!

  2. Looking forward to whatever you bring to our attention, Ray. I know it will have value for both business and life success.
    Knowing you as I have the last few months, It is obvious to me and to others that you have raised the bar in your own life and this commitment on our behalf is a natural outflowing of that. You talk often about being congruent in what we believe and do. This is an example of that from you and I am paying attention.
    For those of you who may be thinking: “Oh yah, another typical marketing ploy”. Hang in there, I know Ray has good things for all our benefit in mind.

  3. “And because I can, I must.” This sentiment stopped me in my tracks. Of course, I’m on board with Ray in my face, I love the truth. But that line changed something in me. Thanks Ray for continuing to prove that words can change the world.

  4. Ray, I appreciate that you are willing to help clients like me who need someone like you to get us to recognize that we are standing in our own way when it comes to success. I look forward to getting past my own roadblocks!