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Three Lessons Carlos Redlich Gave Me That I Never Knew I’d Get from a Copywriter

In this world, I have come across many people, but I must say that among all the notable people I have met, Carlos Redlich definitly stands out as one with the most exceptional attitude and mental fortitude. He is among the few people who havethe guts to jump over the cliff and take the plunge […]

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In this world, I have come across many people, but I must say that among all the notable people I have met, Carlos Redlich definitly stands out as one with the most exceptional attitude and mental fortitude. He is among the few people who havethe guts to jump over the cliff and take the plunge for what they believe in. Redlich’s journey began one day when he picked up and read “4 hour work week” by Tim Ferris. Soon after he was able to make a $10,000 sale through his business that would change the course of things in a big way.

No doubt, there’s much to learn about this man. I personally think he has nerves of steel. Triumphing against all the odds, the pain the tears and somehow still making the best of it all. It was truly inspiring to be able to interview him and you can definitely tell he carries a lot of wisdom behind his words. Here are a few things I learned from him.

Don’t Just Dream; Implement Your Idea

The Entrepreneurial life is full of risks and risking is a step that creates a blockade of fear for most of us while creating the ideas we have in our minds stopping us from implementing. Which is really the key to success when you think about it. Any body can have a good idea but not everyone will implement upon it like Carlos did.

You wouldn’t believe that he was once so broke he had to resort to stealing his neighbors water through a garden hose. Even this did not prevent him from launching his ideas and creating his business. He created the life he wanted from the point of needing food stamps and stealing water to becoming a high figure earner and showing others how to do the same.

Resilience Is Key

When challenges threatened to put him down, Carlos took the bull by its horns and faced his challenges head on. From working in the field of martial arts to mastering copywriting. He is unlike most entrepreneurs you will ever come across.

One time, Carlos sent a whole 150 emails from which he received six replies of people signing up for his business.Wasn’t the best strategy at the time but it was at this moment in his resiliency that he saw the true potential in copywriting.

Thus began the start of his current journey and the start of his new found life.

Crave Success to Achieve It

After listening to what he had to say, I am convinced beyond doubt that this man is aggressive about his results. I mean who could blame someone for having that mentality. He told me a story about his gym and how it was closed two days before Christmas, It’s incredible to see how he’s taken such hardships and turned them around in his favor. I think its even better that he also shows other how to do the same.

Redlich knows better than anyone that success is earned. His hard work and ethic did build him a copywriting empire after all. His vigor to learn and apply the lessons in real life is also notable. There is no denying that Carlos has been able to achieve great things especially after being dealt a hard hand.

At The End Of The Day

Redlich is the kind of a guy that gets me wishing I had more time to connect with just to pick his brain. At some point in our conversation, I couldn’t believe that the man I was talking to was even in the position he was. But you could tell through the wisdom in his voice that he spoke from experience and knew what he was talking about. One things for sure, he definitely changed my mind about copywriting.

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