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Daniel Burton was raised in Pennsylvania, growing up in Bangor and graduating from Bangor Area High School in the northeastern part of the commonwealth. Dan enlisted in the United States Marine Corps Reserve in 1997 at the age of 19 and served for four years before joining the Pennsylvania National Guard in 2001 and serving for an additional two years. Dan obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Crime, Law, and Justice in 1999 while still serving in the Marine Corps Reserve. In 2000, Dan entered the private sector before owning and operating his own business starting in 2015.He has been married to his wife Tonia for 22 years and they have raised their 3 children, Lydia (19), Gavi (15), and Daniel (12), together in Central Pennsylvania. Dan is running on a platform of protecting individual liberties, returning power to the people, and limiting the authoritarian overreach of the federal government.“I swore an oath to this country to defend it and the constitution. Our country is under attack from many forces who want to see her forever changed and gone. An enemy that I, as a warrior, cannot sit idly by and watch political figures and policies destroy the country that my family has bled to protect and keep free. If not me, then who? If not now, there won’t be a when.” For more information on Dan and how to support his candidacy, please visit  
Lacey Morgan is the passionate and empowered owner of King of Prussia Doulas. With a desire to improve and enhance birth and early parenting for families, Lacey became a doula in 2015.She founded King of Prussia Doulas in 2017 as a vehicle to recreate the supportive community often lacking in our culture. Lacey is trained by both ProDoula and Birth Arts International and continues her education at every opportunity, as the ever-changing needs of families is her top priority. As the mother of 3, Lacey knows exactly how the judgment of others can cause one to second guess themselves. She also knows that the affirmation of a trusted professional can reinforce ideas and build confidence. This is what leads to empowerment and Lacey and her team of doulas are motivated to do exactly that! King of Prussia Doulas’ clients have the support of a team of experts all championing their beliefs, philosophies, and successes as they journey through the major life transitions known as birth and early parenting!  For more information, please visit
Emmy award-winning sportscaster Neil Hartman was named Director of Rowan University’s Center for Sports Communication & Social Impact in August 2019. His responsibilities include mentoring students, procuring internships, guiding careers and engaging students with sports industry professionals on campus.Hartman spent nearly two decades as the main anchor for Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia. He also worked for Philadelphia television stations CBS3 and WPHL-TV as a sports anchor and earned four Mid-Atlantic Emmy Awards and was named Pennsylvania Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association for his television work. Among his radio accomplishments was “Best of Philly” sports talk-show host by Philadelphia Magazine while working for WPHT-AM. Hartman also spent five years as a talk-show host for sports radio WIP.Following a 35 year on-air career, Hartman made the transition to content development creating his own production company, Talow Media Group. Among his show credits are The Haney Project and Golf in America — both highly successful series on Golf Channel, which he created and co-produced. He has also been involved in projects with Netflix, Showtime and MLB Network. In addition, Hartman has helped develop future sports broadcasters as a Camp Director at Play by Play Sports Broadcasting Camps, the nation’s largest sports broadcasting camps.Hartman has been an active supporter of Coaches vs. Cancer and his town’s youth baseball and basketball organizations and is a graduate of Ithaca College.
Gary Quesenberry was born in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, where his parents taught him the value of hard work, patriotism, and commitment to family. His passion for the outdoors and patriotic spirit led him to enlist in the United States Army at the age of seventeen, where he served in the 7th and 24th Infantry Divisions as an artilleryman. Gary is also a veteran of Operation Desert Storm. Shortly after leaving the Army, Gary began his law enforcement career with the Federal Bureau of Prisons. He served as a correctional officer and Special Operations Response Team (SORT) member in FCI Beckley, West Virginia, and United States Penitentiary, Atwater, California. After the events of September 11th, 2001, Gary left the Bureau of Prisons to become a Federal Air Marshal. There, he traveled the world in the service of his country and devoted his time to studying the areas of violence and predatory behavior.Now Gary is the CEO of Quesenberry Personal Defense Training, where he's developed numerous basic and advanced level courses focused on defensive tactics, and mindset. He has an extensive background in both domestic and foreign counter-terror training and has worked in both the private and corporate sectors to help educate others on the importance of situational awareness, and personal safety.  For more information on Gary, please visit
Grant Wiley is a former American college and professional football player. He played college football for West Virginia University and earned All-American honors at linebacker. He played professionally for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League (NFL), but never appeared in a regular season NFL game. He became a creator in art and entertainment after suffering a career-ending shoulder injury.Wiley was born in Trappe, Pennsylvania. He attended Perkiomen Valley High School in Graterford, Pennsylvania, and played high school football for the Perkiomen Valley Vikings. He was recognized as the Offensive Player of the Year by the Norristown Times-Herald his senior year following his junior campaign as the Defensive Player of the Year. He was named Pac-10 MVP, PCTV Offensive Player of the Year and the Pottstown Mercury Player of the Year. He was also named to the Philadelphia Inquirer All-Area team. He was selected to play in the Ohio-Pennsylvania Big 33 game. He was rated the eighth-best Linebacker prospect in the East by PrepStar. He won Conference Defensive Player of the Year honors as a junior. He was named to the Pennsylvania Sports Fever Fab 85. He was also named to the Pennsylvania Football News All-State team.Wiley attended West Virginia University and played for the West Virginia Mountaineers football team from 2000 to 2003. As a freshman in 2000, he earned Big East Rookie of the Year honors after recording 94 tackles and 14 tackles for losses, he recorded three interceptions, one reception for 26 yards against East Carolina and two against Idaho which he returned one for a touchdown. He was voted Second-team Freshman All-American and finished the season 12th in the conference in tackles and seventh in tackles-for-losses. His best performance of the season came against Idaho, when he recorded seven tackles, 2.5 sacks, and two interceptions. His first interceptions came in the third quarter, down 9-0, when he intercepted a pass and returned it for a touchdown. The interception helped the Mountaineers record a come-from-behind victory.In 2001, Wiley's sophomore season was a relatively quiet season for him due to a nagging hamstring pull in the Mountaineers opener versus Boston College. One of his best performances came in a 35-0 loss to Virginia Tech, where he had a key interception. He was awarded the Ideal Mountaineer Man Award by the West Virginia coaches at the end of the season.  As a junior in 2002, Wiley earned national recognition. One of his best games was against Temple, where the Mountaineers won 46-20. He recorded an interception in the game that he returned deep into Temple territory, and a forced fumble by quarterback Mike Frost. Wiley recorded 133 tackles and two interceptions for the season.Wiley's senior season, 2003, started as an average season for the Mountaineers. After starting the season 1-4, the Mountaineers won 7 straight games in the Big East to claim a share of the conference championship. West Virginia played Rutgers in a must-win situation, Wiley helped the Mountaineers win 34-19, by recording 11 tackles and a diving interception. Also, in the 52-31 victory over Pitt, he recorded a key interception in the endzone. Wiley also recorded 18 tackles in the game against the Miami Hurricanes. A team captain, Wiley earned consensus All-American honors for the season, making him one of only a handful of Mountaineers to do so. He was also a finalist for the 2003 Bronko Nagurski Award, which was won by Oklahoma's Derrick Strait. Wiley led the nation that season with 7 forced fumbles and ranked third with 7.6 tackles per game. He finished the year with 158 tackles, 14 tackles for a loss, two interceptions, and nine forced fumbles.After losing 60 pounds, Wiley is currently living in New York City. Grant is co-founder and Chief of Culture for tech start-up, VEEPIO. He is working as a creator in the world of art and entertainment. Wiley trained in theater with master teacher, William Esper. He is currently working on writing and producing film and television projects. He is also surfacing as an acclaimed singer/songwriter/vocalist for the group, G.n'8, as well as a visual artist. His film credits as a background actor includes, Sex and the City: The Movie, Limitless, The Adjustment Bureau, The WIre, Lipstick Jungle, 40, Kings, Damages, and All My Children.  To reach Grant, email him at or on Instagram @gweyeli. 
LTC, Special Forces, US Army, Retired Otis McGregor leads Tribe and Purpose with his son Camden as the principal leadership and success coach. With over 40 years of experience as a leader, coach, and team member, Otis embodies the values and principles of Tribes and Purposes. Otis is driven both by these values and the idea that better leaders and tribes create better organizations, building better communities leading to a better world. Through the decades, Otis has empowered hundreds of businesses and individuals to find their clarity for purpose and their tribes for connection. Otis leverages the unique blend of heart, passion, and experience as one of the elite commanders of Green Berets. Trusted with some of the highest missions of our great nation, Otis knows how to think from both the 10,000-foot view as well as amid battle to ensure he and his tribe not only achieve the mission but do it in the most risk-mitigating ways possible. Brought to the civilian world after retirement, Otis walks the walk and talks the talk. Spend five minutes with him, and he will inspire your heart and mind.  For more information on Otis please visit or to listen to his podcast, "The Cam and Otis Show", please visit
Dr. Rick Chromey is a popular speaker on topics related to cultural analysis, leadership, teaching, parenting, motivational theory and faith, penning twelve books, including three bestselling titles.  He has written for leading periodicals on children, youth and family and travels internationally to speak at conferences, conventions and other leadership events as "the Original Edutrainer!" It is a title that fits him perfectly because audiences rave about his ability to create smiles while blending in powerful insights and amazing ideas.Besides a master’s in education, Dr. Chromey also holds an earned doctorate in Leadership and the Emerging Culture from George Fox University and is an award-winning Toastmaster. He's taught full-time and served as an adjunct for several colleges and universities. Rick's ability to translate topics and re-imagine information into memorable nuggets of insight has made him a popular instructor and trainer. Dr. Chromey's holds special expertise in emerging culture, leadership contexts, motivational theory and creative communication.  Rick is at his best when training people to be highly motivated, productive and creative. His fast-paced, interactive and fun workshops are guaranteed to spark fresh insights and ideas in your team, staff or group. He also speaks to children and teens about overcoming adversity, living their dreams and enjoying life "hakuna matata" (based upon his training work in Africa).On a personal level, Dr. Chromey is a small-town Montana native who understands unique challenges in life--whether in school, home or work. He has learned to rise above conflict, navigate change and encourage optimism.  For more information, please visit or
Steve Norris grew up in a small town in Southern Illinois, where his deep curiosity for the world set the stage for a life of passion and adventure. His love for music started at the age of 4 when in spite of being told by his older siblings’ piano teacher that he was too young to start learning to play, he was the only child that actually wanted to sit and practice. Hence, the teacher ultimately relented and started teaching Norris, who went on to play the likes of Chopin, Beethoven, Mozart and Schubert throughout his childhood. In his teen years, he discovered Rock and Roll and began writing his own music. This led to an early career in the music business where he toured in America and overseas, signing a record deal with an independent label in the 90s.Getting married and starting a family led Norris to enter the business world where he discovered he had a knack for sales, leadership and innovation. He’s Co-Founded and launched two companies from the ground up (a Tech Consulting Firm, and a Music Distribution Company) building them both to global brands. He’s a former National Board Member and past President and Chairman of TechServe Alliance, a consortium of IT Staffing and Consulting firms comprising over $4 Billion in combined revenue.Steve’s current passion is in giving back and working on projects that are making a difference in the world. Along with his grown daughter Erin, he launched “Better Place Project with Steve Norris,” to shine a light on individuals from every corner of the globe who are doing incredible things to help make the world a better place.  For more information, please visit
Matt Beaudreau is the founder of Acton Academy Placer and Acton Academy Sacramento. As a career educator, Matt has delivered TEDx talks, consulted with Universities, written books, and created programs that have helped to push education into the 21st century for teens across America. He currently hosts The Essential 11 podcast, which focuses on gaining world-class advice from prominent guests in business, media, sports, education, and entertainment.   Beaudreau is also a world-renowned keynote speaker, speaking to over 250,000 people across the globe with clients ranging from Lockheed Martin and the United States Air Force to Caterpillar and Honeywell.   In his younger years, Matt was a competitive kickboxer underneath Dennis Alexio and competed in multiple amateur mixed martial arts fights under the coaching of Frank Shamrock, Ken Shamrock, and Jason Pietz.   For more information, please visit or or you can find him on Instagram and Facebook @mattbeaudreau.
Chaos is the best word to describe police work.  Things can go from zero to sideways in the blink of an eye.  Today, I sat down with my buddy, Russ Hittle and we shared our thoughts and emotions about being a cop.  We shared intimate stories from our careers, our frustration with how our profession is being currently portrayed and our desire to help people really understand the long and short term effects this job has on every man and woman who ever wore the uniform and pinned on a badge.  For more information on Russ and his company, Dark Horse Law Enforcement Training, please visit 
Maury Abreu is the CEO and Founder of Omega Protective Concepts. He began his combatives education in boxing at the age of 12 when his father was looking for him to learn skills that could translate to the streets. As he was being raised in an area where he saw a lot of violent crime, he was immediately drawn to the aggression and violent contact that boxing offered, yet was lacking in the traditional martial arts he’d previously done. Maury continued to compete as a boxer well into his late 20’s.Maury served as a Sergeant in U.S. Marine Corps at various duty stations, where he provided security at sensitive sites and instructed military personnel in the operation and deployment of various weapons and tactics both domestically and abroad. He was also selected as a Close Combat Instructor, training Marines in all aspects of military combatives.  Maury then became a Federal Correctional Officer with the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Shortly after September 11, 2001 he then began working for a government agency responsible for training individuals who operate globally and independently without backup, specifically in extreme close quarters combat and counterterrorism.  Maury is a nationally published author for Paladin Press, sharing some of his knowledge and passion for knife combatives on Kelly McCann’s Sudden Violence Series: “Edged Weapons: Response to Violent Knife Attacks.”  Maury is a competent and dynamic instructor with a legitimate teaching journey, possessing more than 20 years of combined military, law enforcement, and counterterrorism experience including instructing at a multitude of law enforcement and counterterrorism academies.  He has trained thousands of S.W.A.T. and law enforcement, military, and civilian clients, and is a certified instructor in Extreme Close-Quarters Personal Protection, Use of Force, Military Combatives, Knife and Firearm deployment and defense, Restraint and Control, Chemical Sprays, Baton, Physical Fitness, and Boxing.  For more information about Maury, please go to  
After losing her 22 year old daughter, Teal, in 2012, Suzanne’s work has evolved to help busy women learn more about self-care– a lesson she learned in her grief.As a podcaster, Suzanne hosts the podcast Self-Care for Extremely Busy Women which is in the top 2% of all podcasts. It was inspired her book, The Extremely Busy Woman’s Guide to Self-Care (Sourcebooks)Suzanne is host of the Self-Care Group for Extremely Busy Women on Facebook, a thriving group of 56,000 women committed to self-careA writer and author for more than 40 years, Suzanne has a catalog of powerful fiction and self-help titles including Surrendering to Joy and How Much Joy Can You Stand?  As a speaker, Suzanne currently shares her inspiring story of being a donor Mom and the importance of self-care for overworked healthcare professionals with Debi Granger. Debi’s daughter’s life was saved when she received Teal’s heart and kidney after her death. They focus on reinvention after loss… and getting back to joy no matter what. They also host the Back to Happy podcast.Over the last fifteen years, Suzanne’s work has been featured in More, O Magazine, The New York Times, Coast to Coast AM, Tiny Buddha, Elephant Journal, Woman’s Day, The Wall Street Journal, SELF, The Christian Science Monitor, as well as more than 100 TV and radio programs. She is also the author of How Much Joy Can You Stand, Living Your Joy, and Surrendering to Joy, as well as 8 novels, including the popular lesbian fiction series, Oaktown Girls.. Suzanne lives in Oakland, California with her wife.  For more information on Suzanne, please visit her website at
Meet Lacey Schmidt: Triathlete, Ironman, Ultra endurance runner, teacher, and Owner of YogaSix Collegeville. Lacey has been an elementary school teacher for the past 13 years, and just days before the Pandemic, she signed a lease to open a Vinyasa yoga studio in Collegeville, PA. Lacey was not always a practitioner of yoga. In fact, she never had any interest in making her way onto a mat, and did so only so that she could spend some extra time with a dear friend of hers. It wasn't long until Lacey was hooked to the connection of her mind, body, and spirit. Things instantly shifted in Lacey's life when she decided to give the practice a try, and she soon became a certified yoga instructor so that she could help others experience the beauty of the practice. Lacey's favorite thing about the practice is experiencing the mix of asanas and the build-up of “fire” along with it’s flowing water-like transition. She also loves to meet her students wherever they are at; and provide safe spaces for them to grow. Lacey welcomes the community to join her on their mat at YogaSix Collegeville. She is just as excited to experience yoga with others as she is to learn their story. Come share "your why" with Lacey, and experience a full-sensory yoga experience at YogaSix Collegeville! For more information please visit
Sophie Wadsworth brings to her coaching practice a passion for helping leaders craft and deliver personal, mission-centered stories, while nurturing a culture of storytelling throughout their organizations. She draws on her experience as a writer and executive leader to collaborate with leaders in creating their unique presentations for community stakeholders, investors or clients, and keynote audiences . Sophie is the author of an award-winning collection of poetry and a selected storyteller for GBH’s Stories from the Stage on World Channel. Her clients include executives, authors, scientists, and leaders at companies including SUEZ, Fidelity, and Bristol-Meyers Squibb. She lives with her family and one very animated cat outside of Boston, Massachusetts. For more information about Sophie, please visit
A licensed psychotherapist since 1995, Geralyn is a playful, soul-provoking life coach who believes one of the keys to happiness is being able to laugh at yourself. She is the author of JUNGLE JEAN, the biography of her mentor, Jean Liedloff, who traveled into the pristine regions of the Venezuelan rainforest back in the 1950s and subsequently wrote a seminal book, THE CONTINUUM CONCEPT, which became a childrearing classic. In her work with clients, Geralyn assists adults who did not have a fully enriched infancy and childhood (i.e.: most of us), to see and feel the very real impact of “missing experiences.” The insight, understanding, and self-knowledge gained gives them new freedom and the courage to live a fully actualized life. She shows people how to "transmogrify" their everyday experience by leaning into the joy that is our natural state. Geralyn loves to share the story of how she learned to turn life’s many challenges into sources of energy rather than energy-sucking problems that put the kibosh on her life force.Geralyn has been deeply influenced by a decades-long fascination with Littlewood's Law of Miracles, which states that any individual can expect to experience an outrageous event every thirty days. She is a blackbelt martial artist, salad aficionado, and renowned hair chameleon. Her favorite brain hack is jumping out of an airplane.  For information on Geralyn, please visit
Sean Tyler Foley (or STF as he's affectionately known) loves helping people find their voice so they can get their message out to the world. It is the focus of his book, "The Power to Speak Naked", and it’s what truly makes him feel alive. As a performer, speaker, and a general seeker of attention, he knows how hard it can be to get in front of an audience. Facilitating that, even in the smallest way for others, is what he was put on this earth to do.STF is a husband, father, son, and performer, in that order. Some days he feels like he has dabbled in every industry on the planet, from oil and gas, to aviation, to film and television, but that diverse experience is what has made him so versatile!Regardless of the industry or the titles he has held, what they all had in common was promoting and encouraging people to be heard and understood. The skills and resources he has garnered along the way have enabled him to become an entertaining professional speaker and a knowledgeable trainer, who aspires others to reach for their dreams.  For more information please visit
With his nearly 2 decades of military upbringing and 3 decades in business, James is exceptionally qualified to lead the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as the next Lieutenant Governor. The position's official duties are to serve as President of the State Senate, and Chairing the Board of Pardons and the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Council.  Often, the position works on additional projects and have a full schedule of community and speaking events. The statutory duties of Lieutenant Governor as prescribed by Pennsylvania Statues (Pa. C.S.):1. Serve as a member of the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Council2. Serve as a member of the Military Base Community Enhancement Commission  3. Serve as Chairman of The Local Government Advisory Committee4. Oversee the State Fire Commissioner on all matters concerning fire safety in this CommonwealthJames is an American businessman born and raised in rural Luxora, Arkansas, as a sharecropper, who joined the US Navy very young and moved to Pennsylvania in 2000.  He is the founder and principal at Silverback Commodities and Traders LLC with over twenty-five years’ experience with global governments, energy, military, finance, project development, and engineering.  Being committed to public service, James ran for US Congress 8th Congressional District (currently 1st Congressional) in 2008, and for US Congress 2nd Congressional District (currently 3rd Congressional) in 2016 on a platform of economic and job growth, restoring fiscal responsibility, and creating stronger yet safer communities. After he retired from the US Navy, he sought strategies to unite citizens in common causes to improve our lives and fashion a brighter for our children and our grandchildren.  James adapted his expertise to help deliver national security solutions for this 21st century.  His naval service includes patrol duties in Vietnam, various Western Pacific Cruises, the Gulf of Hormuz, and the First Gulf War.  As a devout Christian, James attend Calvary Chapel of Philadelphia in northeast Philadelphia with over 13,000 churchgoers.  He was appointed to manage the Faith Based Initiatives in Bucks County under former President George W. Bush and the late Congressman Michael Fitzpatrick. He also served on the Bristol Township Weed and Seed Council, the Berean Institute Board of Directors, and the Philadelphia Prostate Council under Mr. Michael Milliken. James has 3 children, 8 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. His deceased wife would be very pleased with his efforts and accomplishments and in running for LT Governor.James completed various Naval Engineering Studies, Nuclear Biological Chemical Training, and trained US Navy Seals in Unarmed Self-defense, US Navy, San Diego, CA as a Second-Degree Black Belt.  Also, James has a BS in Education, Training and Development, SIU-C, Carbondale, IL a MBA Business Administration, A.U., Boise, ID and attended Law School, John Marshall Law School, Atlanta, GA.His diverse background and experience make him a well-qualified candidate to lead the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as the next Lieutenant Governor.  For more information please visit 
Dr. Debi Silber is the founder of the Post Betrayal Transformation Institute and is a holistic psychologist, a health, mindset and personal development expert, the author of the #1 bestselling book: The Unshakable Woman: 4 Steps to Rebuilding Your Body, Mind and Life After a Life Crisis and her newest book: Trust Again: Overcoming Betrayal and Regaining Health, Confidence and Happiness. Her recent PhD study on how we experience betrayal made 3 groundbreaking discoveries that changes how long it takes to heal. In addition to being on FOX, CBS, The Dr. Oz Show, TEDx (twice) and more, she’s an award winning speaker, coach and author dedicated to helping people move past their betrayals as well as any other blocks preventing them from the health, work, relationships, confidence and happiness they want most.Questions: • Tell us about betrayal-why does it hurt, what does it impact, what does it create? • What are some physical symptoms of betrayal, some emotional and mental symptoms? • What are the 5 stages from betrayal to breakthrough that were discovered in your study? • What’s post betrayal syndrome and how do we know if we have it? • What’s Post Betrayal Transformation and how is it different from posttraumatic growth? • What are the questions we can ask ourselves to see if we’re numbing/avoiding/distracting ourselves? • How do we know if we haven’t healed from a betrayal? • What do we need to do to move forward and heal from a betrayal experience?-How can we learn to trust again? Gift for you: Do you have Post Betrayal Syndrome? Take the Quiz:
Roger Butts is a hospital chaplain in a 500 bed hospital in Colorado Springs. An ordained Unitarian Universalist minister for nearly 20 years, he is a member of the International Thomas Merton Society and the Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship. He enjoys tennis, reading, and music. His wife, Rev. Marta Fioriti, is minister of Black Forest Community Church. He has three teenagers and a black lab named Gracie. He attended Appalachian State and Wesley Theological Seminary (DC). Seeds of Devotion is his first books.  To buy a copy of Roger's book, please visit
Have you ever had dreams (especially as a child) that did not come to fruition and then felt frustrated? We all have including Robert Raymond Riopel, the author of the best-selling book “Success Left A Clue”.As a child Robert remembers having big dreams. One day he was a lawyer, the next a doctor or truck driver or even an astronaut. Anything and everything was possible. However, as he started to get older, life taught him that dreams don’t always come true, especially if you do not have the right education or come from the “Right” side of the tracks and are born into a wealthy family. These conditionings and beliefs started to take Robert’s life in a direction of playing smaller than he was. Luckily he had people in his life that were not willing to let him go in that direction and because of these people believing in him, Robert has made it his mission to assist others in living the life of their dreams as well.It all began when after some success, Robert and his wife found themselves deep in debt and struggling. Thanks to guidance from total strangers, they started their journey in personal development and quickly turned things around. This led to Robert finding his true passion of learning and teaching others. It is because of his past and newfound passion for teaching that Riopel started studying and mentoring from the top success trainers and thinkers in the world to find out what they have in common and this is where he discovered that “Success Left A Clue”.With this information, he has gone on to become a highly sought after, life-transforming trainer that now travels the world teaching and inspiring hundreds and thousands of people each year about success through his CLUE’s.  It is now time for Robert Raymond Riopel to share this knowledge, that he has learned over 15+ years training, with the world through his book “Success Left A Clue”.  For more information on Robert, please visit  To get a free eBook copy of Robert's book "Success Left a Clue" please visit 
Comments (2)

Matt Cubbler

Amazing show! Keep up the great work!!!

Sep 8th

Paul Greco

great podcast! inspiring and uplifting with a fresh and unscripted feel to it. loving every episode. a must listen podcast.

Apr 25th
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