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Ray Hennessey & Grant Cardone Power Players

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Ray Hennessey has worked for some of the largest news organizations in the world including Fox News, Dow Jones newswires and The Wall Street Journal. He quit college to become a plumber and then a priest. Neither one of those paths panned out so he fell into writing. He’s an example of someone who wanted to make an impact and wanted to build something. He discusses how he turned a career he “fell into” into something meaningful that drives him. Ray explains the power of being an “occupreneur,” someone who is entrepreneurial and innovative within an organization. Tune into this episode of Power Players and learn how you can and should be an entrepreneur when working for someone else. Get details on the three things every entrepreneur must do to achieve success.

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