This week on Openly Outspoken, I connect with Ridgely Goldsborough, longtime friend, fellow Mastermind enthusiast and international speaker. He tells me how growing up wealthy shaped his views on raising kids. We also talk about the differences in drive between family members, limbic messaging and how it’s important to find the positives in challenging situations.
Author and International Speaker, Ridgely Goldsborough, believes in solving problems and taking complex topics and making sense out of them. He started his first business at 16 and since graduating from Law School has founded 44 companies.
Ridgely is the founder of Mind Types and The Client Conversion Formula, a cutting program to attract ideal clients using brain biology and limbic messaging. He has written 19 books, hosted his own television show and created dozens of online programs on success and prosperity. He is a frequent speaker at top internet marketing conferences, a facilitator for high-level CEO masterminds and devoted to helping others reach their highest potential.
Connect with Ridgely by visiting CustomerConversionFormula.com
Openly Outspoken with Jeremy Adams is a podcast for authentic discussions on current events, business, politics, science, and more with some of the world’s best and brightest thought leaders. Jeremy’s primary inspiration to start the podcast was to be able to have meaningful conversations with people whose viewpoints he may or may not agree with. One of the greatest things about current civilization is the fact we are so different and have so many different perspectives. With a focus on growth and learning, rather than just being right, the world will be a much better place.
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