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  • “I had a vision of getting on a rocket ship, on the outside, and barely being able to hang on.”

    This was the vision that helped propel our guest to his great success. With this attitude he found and took action on opportunities that others couldn't see and he created unique strategies in real estate. While others were buying lottery tickets, he was quietly buying properties and creating positive cashflow to provide for his family. The stories he shares with Raymond tells are sure to inspire you.

    Tim is a father, an author, a pilot, he competes in triathlons, and he travels the world with his family. He has a bachelors in engineering and he’s currently working on a masters degree in Canadian economics with a Phd in the rise and fall of Canadian real estate economics.

    Expert action steps:

    Don’t let anyone take away your dreams. Keep momentum. Keep moving toward your dreams. Give something of yourself back to others. Lightly hold the image of what you want in your mind, so that you and the universe can create it.

    Books mentioned in this episode:

    Searching For Sam.

    The Five People You Meet In Heaven.

    The Millionaire Nextdoor.

    Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul.

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  • Books give us access to timeless knowledge and wisdom and they let us laugh out loud. It’s creativity at its finest. A book can renew your mind and body, and once you’ve felt that transformation you want share it, and you should. We need as much truth and inspiration as we can get. When a book is true to human nature and spiritual laws, it reminds us of things we’ve known but never put to words, often deeply moving and humbling.

    Today, Raymond shares three books that have left an impact on his life.

    The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran

    Siddhartha by Hermann Hesse

    A Message To Garcia by Elbert Hubbard

    You can find The Prophet at Barns And Noble.

    You can find Siddhartha at Barns And Noble.

    You can find A Message To Garcia, for free, at www.gutenberg.org.

    If you’d like to know more about Raymond, or if you’d like to take some of his courses, go to www.Aaron.com and download his book, Double Your Income Doing What You Love. Your name and email will be automatically added to the database so you can learn more and stay in touch.

    Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul.

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  • “Values are something that can and must be learned on a regular basis.”

    In life and in business, it’s worth taking time to ask yourself, “How are my values reflected in my attitudes and behaviours”. Or, “Is what I’m about to do or say consistent with my ideal of my best self?”. Doing this will bring your values to the surface where they can play a direct role in the outcomes of your life, rather than sitting in the background, undefined, where they can either guide you or not. Some people or groups get caught on a slippery slope when they aren’t clear on their values. When values are defined and we maintain them at the forefront of our minds, they are a tool to measure our thoughts and actions. From here we can cultivate integrity and strength of character. It becomes easier to identify negative patterns like complaining or when ego is getting carried away. We can close the gap between our values and how we actually show up in the world.

    Join Raymond and today’s guest, Joe Tye for a BRILLIANT conversation exploring these principles.

    Joe Tye lives in Solon, Iowa. He is a speaker, coach, and author of several books including, The Twelve Core Action Values of Personal Leadership Effectiveness, and, Never Fear, Never Quit. He is the CEO of Paradox 21. He’s a Stanford MBA and the former executive of a large healthcare system. He has also formed several non-profit organizations.

    Expert action steps

    Print out the Self Empowerment Pledge, make copies of it, pay attention to it, and make these promises to yourself everyday for at least a month.

    Printouts can be found here.

    Get together with your spouse, or your whole family or by yourself, and crystallize what are your most important values. Think about how they’re reflected in your attitudes and behaviours.

    Another resources for these values comes from author, Laurie Beth Jones, in her book The Path.

    Welcome adversity. Create breadth of mind by being thankful for life’s challenges. Trust that challenges will bring opportunities. Read Michael Crosby’s book Thank God Ahead of Time, to help you understand this principle.

    To learn more about Joe or to find the twelve values and twelve cornerstones at no charge, go to www.joetye.com.

    Also mentioned in this episode:

    Haleakalā National Park, Makawao, Hawaii.

    Thich Nhat Hanh

    Chicken Soup For The Canadian Soul

    The Janitor In Your Attic

    Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul.

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  • “I love my life, I love every single part of it”

    This is a celebration of life! An outpouring of gratitude for an abundance of health, wealth, and happiness as these relate to family, friends, beauty, longevity, stability, fun, and freedom. Let this be a testament to the power of positive thinking.

    Raymond has turned 77 and the best gift you can give him is to follow his example of unrestrained gratitude. Below are the eight categories of life that Raymond is celebrating. Use this list or make your own, because your life is worth celebrating too.

    Relationally Mentally Physically Spiritually Emotionally Physiologically Financially Aesthetically

    Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul.

    If you’re interested in taking some of Raymonds course or you’d like to meet him, send an email to help@aaron.com.

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  • From the point of view of Darwin from hundreds of years ago in The Origin of Species, Al Ries takes the biological concept and converted it to an entrepreneurial one, in The Origin of Brands. A lot of people think a brand is just a name, but it’s all sorts of things. What a truly good brand is, is no more than something that exists in the mind of the consumer. The only brands that are worth something, are brands that people have put inside their minds.

    Join host Raymond Aaron on the Wealth Creator Source Podcast brought to you by Respark Your Life. Today Raymond will be speaking to Al Ries, who is a world-famous author who wrote The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing, as well as countless other books, like, Positioning the Battle For Your Mind, Marketing Warfare, and The Origin of Brands.

    Expert Action Steps:

    Ask yourself: what is the category of what I am doing? Come up with a shockingly unique, and different brand name. Get out there and make it happen, make use of marketing and PR.

    Guest bio:

    Al Ries is an American marketing professional and author. He is the co-founder and chairman of the Atlanta-based consulting firm Ries & Ries with his partner and daughter, Laura Ries. Along with Jack Trout, Ries is credited with resurrecting the idea of "positioning" in the field of marketing. Ries was selected as one of the most influential people in the field of public relations in the 20th century by PR Week magazine in 1999. Ries has also written a number of books that have made the Business Week bestseller list on a number of occasions.

  • This is not to convince you to be a vegetarian. This is far more interesting than that. You will be surprised by what you hear. The science of physiology, some common sense, and nature, reveal much about God's plan for the natural world and the human body. There’s a story written in the teeth and bones, and plants and animals of the world and if you listen, and align yourself with it, you stand to benefit greatly.

    In this episode, you will learn:

    How to improve your health. How to listen to your body. How to end the argument of vegetarian vs meat.

    Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul.

    If you’re interested in taking some of Raymonds course or you’d like to meet him, send an email to help@aaron.com.

    www.Aaron.com

  • “It’s my object to try to bring some fun and creativity and imagination back in to the world of work.”

    Everyone has his or her own strategy on how to win at Monopoly. The reality is that many entrepreneurs had their first real estate and finance experience while playing the world's most popular board game, and many formulate lifelong business philosophies as they learn to balance skill, luck, competition, and social interaction. Today Raymond explores the influence of the game with Alan Axelrod, author of, Everything About Business I Learned From Monopoly, where America’s top executives and entrepreneurs reflect on the lessons they learned from rolling the die in the fantasy game of self-made wealth and power.

    Expert Action Steps:

    Read Everything About Business I Learned from Monopoly by Alan Axelrod. Start playing Monopoly and other games. Resolve not to take failure as a life sentence.

    Alex Axelrod is a teacher, consultant, author, publishing executive. He has over 150 books published in the areas of history, business, and management. He received his doctorate in English from the University of Iowa in 1979, specializing in the literature and culture of colonial America and the early republic of the United States. He has taught at Lake Forest College and Furman University and has been a historical consultant to museums, cultural institutions, and on television programs such as Civil War Journal, the WB Network, and the Discovery Channel.

    Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul.

    www.Aaron.com

  • “If you think positively, you can create a great future for yourself. If you think positively you can redefine who you are and what you do, and make way more money.”

    Adaptability.

    The pandemic hit and life suddenly changed. Lockdowns happened and the path, speed, and trajectory of most people’s lives shifted. For many it came to a full stop. But life must go on so people were immediately put in to a position of having to be creative so that they could adapt. Through this process, many have found the silver lining to this global disruption. Through perseverance, they’ve found a way to keep going, and in many cases, create a better quality of life for themselves, their families, and employees.

    Join Raymond, as he shares real world and large scale examples that demonstrate how much opportunity comes from our ability to adapt and grow, to take responsible leadership, and to keep a positive attitude, regardless of circumstances.

    Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul.

    www.Aaron.com

  • Boards are a place where you can contribute to something you feel passionate about. You can help bring about changes in your community or industry. And in the process, there are many other benefits that you can enjoy. Through your efforts you have an opportunity to build prestige and demonstrate your strengths while also learning from other people’s perspectives. You network and build friendships and expose yourself to opportunities.

    Today Raymond will be speaking to Elizabeth Verwey. She owns and operates her own business called Home Office Mentors. She’s also a mentor with the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers, whose focus is to guide people in business to become more effective in their time and space management, so they have more time to play.

    Elizabeth founded Spoken Lives: Stories Women Share in 2015. She curates speakers who have powerful personal stories to share, online. They tell stories about turning points in their lives and inspire others to persevere in their own lives. She has helped over 1,200 professionals get more work done - in less time. She mentors, writes, and speaks about small business issues and has owned and operated Office Mentors since 1998. She has written seven customized mentoring programs for business owners, not for profits, and associations.


    In this episode, you will learn:

    How to find and contribute to a cause with your values and ethics.

    How to enhance your negotiation skills.

    How to enhance your prestige.

    You can find Elizabeth on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/elizabeth.verwey.96.

    To learn more about Spoken Lives, go to https://spokenlives.com/.

    Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul.

    www.Aaron.com

  • "I don’t know whether the universe, with its countless galaxies, stars and planets, has a deeper meaning or not, but at the very least, it is clear that we humans who live on this earth face the task of making a happy life for ourselves. Therefore, it is important to discover what will bring about the greatest degree of happiness.” – Dalai Lama

    In this world of highs and lows, happiness is something that we need to cultivate and protect. It is health and longevity and it empowers our ability to teach our children and care for others. Happiness is an investment that guarantees a good return, and not just for you.

    In today’s episode, you will learn:

    Examples of simple ways to prioritize happiness. The pros and cons of different approaches to work and family Simple ways to get help so you can focus on what’s important.

    Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul.

    www.Aaron.com

  • “Courage is the first of human qualities because it is the quality that guarantees all the others.”

    - Winston Churchill

    It’s impossible not to be a role model. People learn about our abilities and talents purely from observation because we’re always on display. That makes you a leader because you’re leaving an impression and influencing people. Unfortunately, many people in leadership roles haven’t earned the title so they’re not really leading.

    Drew Price has devoted more than half of his life to educating people about their own talents. He travels the world and has worked with both the leaders and the staff of such organizations as the United States Navy, the BBC, British Airways, plus a number of Fortune-500 companies. His expertise lies in human development, positive thinking, attitude and motivation, handling people in difficult situations, and leadership coaching and team building. With over 40 years of sports and business coaching experience, Drew knows the subject of leadership well. He’s followed leaders of varying credentials himself and though his observations, has determined what works and what definitely does not. As a sales team leader in two different industries and having practical experience with sales leaders in a number of other situations this presenter draws from a wealth of knowledge.

    Expert Action Steps:

    Make the decision to be a leader. Model good leaders. Lead by example.

    Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul.

    www.Aaron.com

  • Wealth comes from the inside. Most people believe that it takes money to make money. Today’s guest has proven otherwise. People are so skeptical, especially when you’re talking about making money, afraid that the advisors are pulling the wool over their eyes or making more money from their books or seminars. If you don’t have any cash or credit or a job, find a person who has the right attitude, the right internal structure, because wealth is all internal.

    Today Raymond will be speaking to Robert Allen, author of three New York Times bestselling personal finance books, including Creating Wealth and Multiple Streams of Income.

    Expert Action Steps:

    Connect with your higher power daily. Ask yourself: what is your purpose, what are you good at, what is important to you, and what are you passionate about? Learn how to love the world, based upon who you are, your skills, your talents, and gifts.

    Guest bio:

    Robert Allen is the author of three New York Times bestselling personal finance books, including Nothing Down, Creating Wealth and Multiple Streams of Income, Multiple Streams of Internet Income, Cash In A Flash - Flash Money In Fast Times. He has been teaching ordinary people how to achieve extraordinary success and financial freedom for over 30 years by using Multiple Streams of Income. He is a serial entrepreneur and his focus is marketing ‘how-to’ information. The National Speakers Association named him "America’s Top Millionaire Maker." He has made thousands of appearances on television and radio, such as Good Morning America, Regis Philbin, and Larry King. He has been the subject in numerous international publications including the Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Newsweek, Barons, Money Magazine, and Reader’s Digest to name just a few.

    To learn more about Robert, go to https://www.robertallen.com/main.

    Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul.

  • If you’re in sales, cold-calling might not be your favourite thing. But like any tool, when it’s used properly it produces good results. It is a marketing tool like any other. If you use email in the right places you get results if you do it in the right way. But there are certain core principles that you need to know. Fifteen to be exact.

    Today’s guest, Scott Channel, will explain some of these principles. He has personally set more than 2,000 C-Level appointments, the most difficult appointments that can be set, using these principles and he’s helped thousands of people do the same. He is the author of the book, Setting Sales Appointments, and he’s a popular speaker and coach, sharing strategies with companies to get in front of more qualified decision-makers and then convert them into a closed account.

    In this episode, you will learn:

    When it gets tough, just take a deep breath, go back to your process, punch up your script, and you can get results. How to get the full benefit of your calling efforts. How to prepare competitive information for your calls so that you can leverage more value.

    Scott is an expert in B2B appointment setting, he has booked over 2,000 C-Level appointments in diverse industries. He does not teach theories he thinks should work, he teaches strategies and tactics that actually work. He is the author of three books on this topic, including Sell The Meeting: Set Discovery Calls & Sales Appointments To Close New Accounts, Setting Sales Appointments, and his sales script strategies are the focus of the book, 7 Steps to Sales Scripts for B2B Appointment Setting.

    For more information about Scott, visit https://scottchannell.com/

    Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul.

    www.Aaron.com

  • Household cleaning products. Many of us grew up around the big household brands and their scents can trigger a surge of nostalgia. But we’re not here to talk about childhood memories, today we’re looking at the interesting history of these household items and a growing trend toward alternatives. Many people have discovered that their bodies are sensitive to their environment. Some simply think that makes sense and some have no choice because they’ve had health problems caused by products they use and foods they eat. Often, history reveals that traditional ways of living are often the best.

    Join Raymond as he talks about how our big brand cleaners have gradually become more toxic and how the Black Plague and some criminals worked together to create an effective, modern alternative to chemical cleaners.

    In this episode, you'll learn:

    How to protect your family. How to increase your energy and well-being. How living according to traditional principles improves your life.

    For more information on Young Living, go here.

    To setup a membership with Young Living, send an email with your phone number to Raymond at respark@aaron.com.

    Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul.

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  • “People have made the difference in my life” - Frank O’Dea

    Without hope, we can have no vision, but without action, a vision is nothing but a dream. Join host Raymond Aaron on the Respark Your Life Podcast. Today Raymond will be speaking to Frank O’Dea, the co-founder of Second Cup coffee shops, which rose from nothing to become the largest chain of gourmet coffee shops in all of Canada, competing with coffee giants such as Starbucks. Building on that success, he then co-founded Pro-Shred security, an on-site document shredding service which was an entirely new industry and it became became an international business success stretching across Canada, the United States, and Europe. He has also taken the entrepreneurs' desire to innovate and build, and directed it toward charitable work, serving on the board of directors for charities, and non-profits.

    Expert Action Steps:

    Get involved in your community, and figure out where you can make a difference. Read his book: When all You have is Hope Focus on family.

    Guest bio:

    Frank O'Dea is the co-founder of the Second Cup coffee chain and a humanitarian philanthropist. He co-founded Street Kids International, an organization developed to bring education and self-reliance programs to help homeless children in third world countries. Frank is an inspiring and motivating speaker and is in demand by fundraiser organizers as a draw for ticket sales. Truly one of the most inspiring speakers in the country, Frank instills in his audiences a sense of hope for the cause and a genuine feeling that their money and their efforts really are making a difference. Attendees are motivated to be very generous as Frank’s speech touches them emotionally.

  • Inflation just hit its worst level in 13 years. The United States Federal Reserve is printing 120 Billion Dollars per week. Printing money has been happening for a long time but Covid has made the long-term consequences of this ‘getting something for nothing’ approach much more apparent. Examples include but are not limited to stimulus cheques, student loan relief, and rent relief. While these things seem good and may be to some extent necessary, they are symptoms of a broader issue.

    Central banks print and manipulate money to the point that economies are not sustained on their own wholistic health. Long-term systems form around this short-term, artificial abundance creating a fragile economy. Printing money may have short term benefits to individuals, corporations, and governments, but when money is produced from thin air and society makes use of it, nothing is built from the ground up so there’s no foundation and no sustainability.

    Join Raymond as he clarifies what all this means and where it’s heading. Included is a discussion of Bitcoin and crypto and how they compare in terms of sustainability.

    Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul.

    For more information on Weiss Crypto Investor and crypto currencies, visit https://weisscrypto.com/.

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  • "If the currency of the nation was happiness, what would you do for your job" - Anonymous

    Mind and body or mind-body? Some people don't see the connection but more and more people are starting to recognize that there are consequences to perceiving the two as separate. Today's guest is a medical practitioner who has witnessed through his practice and his family life that stress and matters of the mind play a dominant role in the overall health of the physical body. Health is vitality, an inner calm, a feeling of love that emanates from the inside, and these are things that are beyond the scope of modern medicine and its instruments. Our guest has devoted his life to sharing his findings so that he can help people open their minds to happiness and true, sustainable health.

    Dr. Sam Gerstein is a medical physician, and psychotherapist with over 30 years of experience helping people with physical and mental challenges. He has examined over 65,000 patients over 25 years as an emergency room physician. Upon realizing the relationship between happiness and health and recognizing that the medical industry was not yet capable of healing people on that level, he decided to interview hundreds of successful entrepreneurs and write a book to help others discover the power of their minds. Live Your Dreams: Doctor's Orders features 40 stories of entrepreneurs living their dreams at work and how they overcame their fears and self-limiting beliefs.

    You can find Dr. Gerstein's book here.

  • In this episode, Raymond shares his observations and gratitude from his experiences living in the city and then the country. Everyone knows there’s a dramatic difference between the two lifestyles and this episode is not meant to lead you in either direction. We all have our own paths. It’s simply worth considering how aspects of both lifestyles play off of human nature.

    Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of over 100 books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul.

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  • For some people their finances work great but their family life suffers, or their family life is great but they're really out of shape. They struggle to balance the different aspects of their lives. It’s too easy to just get caught up and do what seems most urgent or most apparent but this is at the expense of long term goals. Time management is about helping you get organized and efficient and maximize your time. Today’s guest is a productivity expert. Through a system known as Mission Control, she teaches people how to dramatically increase their productivity and make more money with less effort while maintaining peace of mind in the midst of distractions.

    Today Raymond will be speaking to Theresa Jabbour. For the past 29 years, Theresa has had the unique privilege of leading the Landmark Communication Courses to over 12,000 people in Canada, the United States, New Zealand, and three European cities. She leads workshops, seminars, and one-on-one professional development and coaching sessions, which are tailored to help her client’s accomplish their specific business objectives. A dynamic, driven, and focused leader, Theresa’s passion is unleashing the power and potential within her client’s businesses and facilitating their transition to the next level. While all clients want to grow their businesses, each client has unique perspectives and needs. Through her numerous engagements, she has developed the ability to see into the heart of her clients’ concerns and help them reach their goals.

  • “If you’re going to achieve something you have to be absolutely dedicated to it.”

    Author, Napoleon Hill, understands this concept and conveys it clearly in his book, Think and Grow Rich. In this episode, we learn what Napoleon meant as Raymond reflects on his own life; from business failures to epiphanies atop Mayan pyramids to teacher/educator success, and how fearless dedication and a ‘fake it until you make it’ approach finally brought him the degree of success he always wanted.

    Take away:

    Be willing to take risks. Break the cycle of failure. Failure is just the next step toward success.

    Raymond Aaron has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and television programs for over 40 years. He is the author of 10 best-selling books, including Branding Small Business For Dummies, Double Your Income Doing What You Love, Canadian best-seller Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul, and he co-authored the New York Times best-seller Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul.

    www.Aaron.com