Episode 4 – Ross Owen Williams – Self Help

Ross Owen Williams is my best friend.  He doesn’t know that yet, and may be happy that he lives so far from me, but when you listen to this... See More

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Episode 4 – Ross Owen Williams – Self Help Episode 4 – Ross Owen Williams – Self Help

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Ross Owen Williams is my best friend.  He doesn’t know that yet, and may be happy that he lives so far from me, but when you listen to this episode you’ll understand my feelings.  Williams is an extremely talented guy who has used his writing talents to help tell some of the best stories in pro wrestling.  He has partnered with Bob Holly, Dylan Postl, and Al Snow.  Three guys who personify all things wrestling.  The book he wrote with Dylan “Hornswaggle” Postl was released just a few days ago, so you can easily grab any of them for a nice fall read.

Ross is also a major business success, and a great follow on LinkedIn.  Enjoy!

 

Ross Owen Williams is my best friend.  He doesn’t know that yet, and may be happy that he lives so far from me, but when you listen to this episode you’ll understand my feelings.  Williams is an extremely talented guy who has used his writing talents to help tell some of the best stories in pro wrestling.  He has partnered with Bob Holly, Dylan Postl, and Al Snow.  Three guys who personify all things wrestling.  The book he wrote with Dylan “Hornswaggle” Postl was released just a few days ago, so you can easily grab any of them for a nice fall read.

Ross is also a major business success, and a great follow on LinkedIn.  Enjoy!

 

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