593: Ryan Levesque is solving all the world’s problems

This show is for all of you who have a product or service to offer...or who want to someday. You, like me, are working hard to create something people want, right? You build and create something, then go out and offer it to the world! And hope...you got it right. What if you could just ASK people what they want, then provide it to them as they exchange millions of their dollars for what you have to offer? Today we talk with Ryan Levesque. He’s become famous with his Ask Method. However, it’s not really that easy. To ask people what they want, assumes they know what they want. And we often don’t. We usually don’t...not fully. But we do know...what we don’t want. Or we know what problems we deal with that we wish would be solved. That is the punchline. Kind of. You also can’t just ask anyone...not even anyone in your audience or demographic. You have to ask the right people. So we have an incredibly simple concept, that is not super easy to figure out. But if you do...when you do...it has proven to be a magic touch. In this conversation, we first hear Ryan’s story, what took him from a young guy studying neuroscience...because his parents wanted him to get a “secure degree”, to making 6 figures for a big insurance company, to ditching it all to sell jewelry from China made out of Scrabble pieces and origami, to a few more things and then to significant fame and success with his ASK Method, which we get into because it’s just...brilliant. Actually, I’d really implore you to go see what he’s doing in his once in a year offering by going to askmethod.com/ziglar . You’ll find the majority of the entire Ziglar team participating, but as students. Ryan has used the ASK Method to help build multi-million dollar businesses in 23 different industries, generating over $100 million dollars in sales in the process and his student entrepreneurs have used the ASK Method in thousands of different industries to launch and scale their businesses online. Go, check it out...askmethod.com/ziglar. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

by Self-Help(ful)