Identify your Success Wheel. How to develop your personal I.P. with Ken Courtright of The Income Store and Today’s Growth

by | Oct 3, 2016 | Podcasts | 0 comments

ken-courtright-head-shotThis week I want to introduce you to my friend Ken Courtright (@TodaysGrowth).  Bill and I met Ken and his wife Kerry at a Global Mastermind Retreat, and have since spent time with them in Las Vegas and Martha’s Vineyard.  Ken and his company host a biannual event  – Digital Footprint – on the east and west coasts, and October 21, 22, and 23 of 2016 it will be in Anaheim, California.   Bill and I went last year, and won’t miss it!  Huge value.  We hope to see you there.  Go to  to sign up.

Ken is the founder and CEO of The Income Store – Today’s Growth Consultant which is an Inc. 5000 Company that builds and buys revenue-generating websites and helps entrepreneurs to build Authority Websites that make them more successful online .Ken is also the host of the Today’s Growth – Growing Business Today” Podcast, which is a great resource for anyone interested in building out their personal or business brand online.

Hearing Ken’s description of the Success Wheel was a big ah-ha for me.  I had spent years investing in personal growth seminars and events and wondered when the promised benefit would show up in my life.  When Ken validated that seminars + books + interacting with thought leaders equals unique and powerful intellectual property I realized that I had cultivated a knowledge base and skill set that was original to me and affected my life and relationships in every way.

Thank you for letting The Inspired Lawyer podcast be a stop on YOUR Success Wheel.

What you’ll learn in Episode 001:
Ken discusses the Success Wheel
Why does Ken find immense value in attending conferences and seminars?
What does Ken mean by personal “I.P.?”
What happened when Ken got off the Success Wheel?

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