He was and is an inspiration. It was with great sadness and disbelief when the team at imc heard the news. I've been thinking about Corey on and off over the weekend. I've been thinking to myself that Corey is probably in the heavens talking one on one with God about some of the marketing strategies that he needs to put in place to help revive his church. I can just picture it now. Corey telling god that he needs to get it together.
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Just being in his presence for as little as 5 minutes would have you feeling like you could take on the world. The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams. Corey made a believer out of us all, he will be sadly missed but greatly cherished and remembered. My sincere condolences to Tracey and Corey's family. You have all contributed to an amazing man's life, may his memory live on in all of you. Mentor Support, the Internet Marketing Centre, hello ken, Thanks so much for creating this site for Corey. I've been working at imc for just a short period of time. I've met Corey a couple developer of times and I can tell you that he was such a personal person. When you sent him an e-mail he replied. When you approched him he would stop and listen.
We held a first seminar and he did amazing! I remember Corey being so happy with how it went and with life in general. Again, i just want to say thank you to everybody. It's very soothing to see a site dedicated to corey. He was a great man and will be greatly missed. mariette, internet Marketing Center, hi ken, "Be the change in the world that you wish to see" this is what comes to mind when I remember Corey. He was the most amazing and most inspiring men I have ever had the pleasure to meet.
Chief Operations Office and Coreys Biggest Fan. The Internet Marketing Center, hi everyone, i want to take the time and say thank you so much for your support, sympathy and condolences. I have been working for Corey for a little over 3 years. He was a great mentor, boss and person all together. Corey's passing has been a huge shock for all. He is an Internet Marketing Icon and i know he will be greatly missed by many. He always said that no matter what happens to him, he wants estate us to keep going with the company and to never let it fall, so that is exactly what we will. Corey passing away so suddenly and tragically has especially been hard for. I was the one of the last people from the company to see him alive in San diego writings 2 weeks ago.
I know in my heart this would make corey smile. For many years to come coreys company, the Internet Marketing Center, will continue to follow Coreys core principles and produce the cutting edge Internet marketing tools and strategies that we have all benefited and will continue to benefit from. As I said to all of our staff at imc today: Corey has spent the last couple of years working to build a machine that could sustain itself and the machine was finally completed. It pains me to know that Corey will not be here to see this machine grow but i know he would want us to make it happen and I do suspect that he will be watching to make sure we get it right. With all of this said, thank you to everyone for your kind words and lets honor Corey and take action this week. That would make him smile wherever he may. All the best, derek gehl.
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I will miss Corey every day i have spent the last resume 8 years of my life working with him side-by-side and after reading the hundreds of posts and emails in the last few days, i realize how truly lucky and blessed i am to have. To have his trust in me to run his business to have his trust that I would make the same decisions in business and marketing that he, corey rudl, the guru himself would make. If there is one thing we can all do as Internet Marketers that i know would make corey happier than anything, it is to take this time and try something new with your online hop business! This week, test something new! Test a new strategy and keep testing and trying until you see results! Change a headline try a new autoresponder rewrite a sales letter test a new affiliate promotion just try something!
In business, this is truly what Corey lived for. He loved marketing and he loved the Internet he loved the boundless opportunities to try new things and never limit his immense creativity. When speaking with Coreys father this morning we were discussing Coreys Pet peeves and something Corey had said time and time again was that the most frustrating thing in his life - the thing that drove him crazy every single day - was the fact. He was truly a man who wanted people to succeed and he was a man who would never settle for mediocrity so seeing people with a dream who would not take action to achieve that dream would drive him crazy. So with that said, in honor of Corey lets all test something new on our site. Lets try something different, something unique and then.
He told us on this last Mother's day that one of the things he wanted to do was to give back to society by writing a book called, parents, There Is Hope for your teenager Yet and tour high schools encouraging them on how. All free of charge, of course. It is disheartening for us that this dream did not come true in his lifetime, however, my wife and i are looking for some way to continue that dream for him. One of the things we are thinking about is that if we could get enough stories from people that Corey has helped turn their negative thoughts into positive results for them, we could put them together into a book. So if any of you out there have a compelling story, we would greatly appreciate your contribution.
You can e-mail. Again, thank you all very much for your wonderful comments about Corey. It goes a long way in helping us heal through our grieving process. John and Pat Rudl, hey everyone, i wanted to post and say thank you on behalf of Corey's entire family, his parents, his wife Tracy and our entire team at the Internet Marketing Center. There are so many wonderful posts that touched the hearts of everyone. Not only was Corey my colleague and my mentor, corey was also one of my best friends. He was one of the most talented and gifted marketers in the world and opened doors for countless people to achieve their dreams. Not only did he give people the tools they needed to be successful on the Internet, he inspired them to take action he inspired them to take a chance and strive for those dreams.
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One of the many things he was doing the last year was grooming his executive staff to take over in his absence, as Corey had other projects he was considering doing. He was trying to un-brand his name from the company by setting up policies and procedures that would always keep the Internet Marketing Center on the very leading edge of Internet marketing whether he was there or not. In particular, the present ceo, derek gehl gender was the new face of the company. It is ironic he was killed only one month after that process father's was completed. We are so sad he did not get a chance to enjoy his success longer and particular, his next major project. It was to tour the country speaking with troubled teenagers and coaching them how to make a success of their lives. What people don't know was that Corey was a very high energy, negative thinking rebellious teenager who almost drove us crazy with worry. As luck would have it a combination of an excellent schoolteacher, his motocross successes and our steadying influence, turned his negative energy into a positive force that has propelled him through the years until his death.
Unfortunately, he was not driving when this accident occurred, and if he were, i believe this tragedy wouldn't have happened. The newspapers did not tell the whole story. The local sports car club had rented the racetrack for the day for their car owners to run laps, not race. In other words, they would put a few cars on the track at a time and they would practice driving skills by running against the clock. Corey had taken a drive with a fellow driver to see how writing the porsche handled, as his car was malfunctioning. They were coming down the straightaway at high speed when another car that was mis-qued came out of the pits right in front of them and they had to swerve violently in order to miss that car. That's what caused the loss of control of the porsche. They skidded across a grass strip and hit a concrete barrier at high speed and Corey was killed instantly as the car hit the concrete barrier on the passenger-side. Corey was also an astute businessmen in many ways.
are so many things I could tell you about Corey that made us proud to have him as a son, but the one thing that impressed us the most was that he never let success go to his head. He was still the same man of integrity and personality as he was before his success. He never bragged to anyone, even. We had to pull everything out of him when we would get together. I read a couple of comments on the Internet, something to the effect that he was only an amateur driver on a racetrack, so possibly it was to be expected. Let me assure you he was an outstanding driver who raced against professionals and Won. He also won first-place overall in the 2002 Vancouver Molson Indy sports car event.
Emails Honoring and Celebrating Corey: Hello ken, This is best John Rudl, corey's father. I meant to write this sooner but this has been a trying time for my wife and. Thank you for setting up this site in honor of Corey. Losing a child is a parent's worst nightmare. It is comforting to my wife and I to see the depth of how many lives Corey has affected. Thank you to all those people who have taken the time to post their tributes. If you did not know Corey personally, then you probably only saw the sales side of him. Corey had an incredible ability to love. He loved life and he lived it with a positive passion.
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Your stories thoughts about Corey go here, let's hear them. Please send them in, we diary can honor Corey this way. Thanks to all who've been sending in emails from around the world. Thanks to all of you who've been sending in emails, i'm updating the site 3-4 times/day w/new emails. (sorry i can't respond individually to each one i'm just posting them here. Appreciate the outpouring of kind thoughts. As I read them, i'm reminded that it's the difference we each make in other people's lives, that matters. And Corey made a huge impact on all.