How a shy engineer taught himself to be the protector and defender his family needed and deserved. You’ll revisit the most defining moments of the USCCA’s origin story, in the founder’s own words…
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After reading the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling Wizard of Ads trilogy by Roy H. Williams, I decided to track him down and see if I could arrange for him to give us some feedback on our marketing plans.
After a daylong introductory meeting, Roy asked if I would be willing to let him interview me for a book.
Frankly, I was honored.
I flew to his campus having no idea what to expect.
This book is a record of the day we spent together at the nonprofit school for entrepreneurs he and his wife built in Austin, Texas.
When I accepted the invitation, I had no idea that he had never owned a handgun and had mixed emotions about concealed carry.
I hope you enjoy this story.
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