65: Rick Mulready: The Facebook King Is In Town To Join Up Dots
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Living in San Diego with his lovely wife Amy Clover, he has dominated the industry with a back to basics, no fuss, and extremely pleasant way of operating within this area of social media.
You will be hard placed to find anyone who has a bad word to say about this guy….and believe me I’ve tried.
Moving to LA over nine years ago, without a job, a home to live in, or even many friends to call on Rick Mulready knew that he had the “Hustle Muscle” to make a success of his dream.
And what was that dream?
He wanted to leave a six figure job in online corporate advertising that had been his life since 2000, and bring the skills that he had developed into the small business world.
He wanted to be the guy that could provide the small guys with the knowledge, skills, and insider secrets that could help them take on the huge advertising budgets that corporate America had at their disposal and win.
Win Big and Win Fairly.
So why did Rick take such a risk when others would have played safe and stayed where they were until retirement?
Why did Rick Mulready decide that the West Coast was the only place to be…ok that’s a stupid question to ask..Sun, Sand and whatever else you want all in one place….duh!!!
And what is it like being friends with the movers and shakers of the internet?
Well let’s bring onto the show to start joining up dots, as we discuss the words of Steve Jobs with the one and only Mr Rick Mulready
During the show we discussed such weighty topics as:
How ugly men always seem to get the best looking women….and this is a truth across the world!
How he survived seven AOL job cuts, back in the day before the eighth one got him….and isn’t he glad that they did now!
How he wasn’t living the kind of life in corporate land that was true to his beliefs, and had to take the leap of faith!
How he believes in calculated spontaneity (yes that does make sense if you listen to the show)!
How so many of us are crabs in a bucket, and being held back from dreams by our friends and family!
How he wouldn’t slip something into the drink of John Lee Dumas no matter how hard I pushed!
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