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How to Simplify Your Processes and Make a Better Impact on the World w/Ed Rush

We live in a world where so much is overcomplicated. How can you simplify your business process? Can your new approach have a positive impact on your social environment?

On this episode, 5-time Bestselling author, decorated pilot and 2020 Presidential hopeful, Ed Rush shares how to simplify business and change the world for the better.

“We get too scattered as entrepreneurs. Find the one thing that works and build systems around it.” -Ed Rush


Things We Learned From This Episode

1. Build systems around the few things that work (05:59- 06:54)

As entrepreneurs, we tend to make business a lot more complicated than it really is. Essentially, business comes down to 2 to 4 things. Once you identify those elements, build systems around them. This simplifies your process and will make you much more effective.

2. Pay attention to the advice you receive (09:54- 11:06)

Be wary of a coach or advisor who gives you tons of ideas. There are three levels of advice you should be receiving: suggestions to try something new, recommendations, and confident, foolproof go-aheads. As soon as a coach gives you too many more ideas, proceed with caution.

3. See the opportunities in turmoil (34:27- 35:16)

All over the world, there is a growing unhappiness with leadership. Entrepreneurs can benefit from seeing the problems that need to be solved in these situations. As business owners, we have the ability to change the world for the better, as long as we’re seeking solutions.


The world we live in is currently going through a leadership crisis, in terms of politics, business and the home. Regardless of where this issue stems from, the reality is we need to see change. As entrepreneurs, we have the power to be at the forefront of that change. The way forward is uncomplicated. Let’s go back to the basics and cancel out the noise.

Guest Bio

Ed Rush is a decorated pilot, author, speaker, entrepreneur and a Presidential hopeful for 2020. While in the Marines, Ed served as one of the country’s leading instructors on aerial dog fighting and recently worked as a key player in the development of the new F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. After serving in over 50 combat missions and 2 tours to Iraq, Ed left full-time active duty to speak, write, and share a message that will change the world. Today, his clients range from small startups to multi-million dollar and multi-national organizations.

Ed’s books and expertise have been featured on CBS, FOX, ABC, and NBC. To follow or connect with Ed and to find out more about his books, head over to: www.EdRush.com. You’ll also find out about Ed’s free membership site offer for Boss Dad listeners.

To find out how you can support Ed, visit: EdRush2020.com 

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