679: Raymond Poole is the Ultimate Cornerman

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After his wife went into respiratory failure on New Year’s Eve, Ray Poole left his job as a product manager of a $200 million business to be there by her side. Inspired to write a book, become a speaker, and develop a product called the “Hospital Comfort Kit” in the hopes that he could help others in this same situation. A portion of the profits from this kit will be donated to charity.

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Twitter: @cfcornerman

Website: www.cfcornerman.com

Email: raylpoole@yahoo.com

 

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