Kevin Price is an award-winning author, speaker, nationally syndicated columnist and nationally syndicated talk radio personality. He is the host of “The Price of Business” show, and can be heard in markets coast to coast, as distributed by USA Business Radio.
Robert Kiyosaki, author of the bestselling financial book of all time, “Rich Dad, Poor Dad,” said the following about Kevin Price and his show: “The world is changing too fast to be listening to people who have no idea what they’re talking about, so listen to Kevin Price. He’s shares real financial education.”
Kevin has extensive business experience in the market of self improvement, in the areas of lifestyle design and “new rich” thinking, as well as in marketing, media, and venture capital. He brings the wealth of knowledge from his experience to each of his speaking engagements. Kevin is a forward-thinking leader who has unique takes on the reasons why some businesses and individuals succeed while others fail.
Kevin is the author of the public policy bestseller “Empowerment to the People,” and has written articles for prestigious publications and websites, including Reuters, The Chicago Sun Times, USA Today, The Huffington Post and several other national media sources.
He has a new book entitled “Making New Rich Books Work for You,” which unlocks the mystery of why millions read books like “The Four-Hour Work Week,” yet fail to create significant change in their lives.
Kevin has traveled coast to coast and around the world speaking about economic and cultural issues. In his travels, he has conducted post-communism seminars in Poland, Hungary, Belarus and Russia. These talks focused on approaches that nations can take toward creation of free market economies.
Two of Kevin’s speeches were published in “Vital Speeches of the Day,” the classic, prestigious publication on world speeches. He has twice received the esteemed “George Washington Honor Medal” from the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge – once for his book “Empowerment to the People,” and the second time for a speech he delivered in Warsaw, Poland.
Kevin Price’s speeches have been used as part of the curriculum for universities in the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary, and have been distributed by the U.S. State Department for publication throughout Russia and Eastern Europe.