Special Guest Expert - Robert Riopel

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Speaker1:
Here's the big question how is it that most entrepreneurs hustle and are always busy and struggle to take just one step forward, only to fall two steps back? Their dedicated, determined and driven, but only a few finally break through and win. This show uncovers those quantum leap patterns of highly successful people, so you can simply model what they do and apply to your future success. That's the question, and the answers are right here. My name is Rita Hayworth, and this is the success patterns show. Nope, is me right here I am here. Welcome everyone to the show. My name is Brigitta. I'm super honored and excited to be here with you. And if my background would just work the way that I want it to work, then we are on. Thank you for being here. Raghida Felicio of the center of NLP and mother of two incredible kids. I just love them. Emily and Anna. And also very, very proud wife of the culture guy today is not about me. Today is about an incredible guest and you tuned in to hear him. He has a new book called The Authority Key How to Unlock and Open the Doors to Success. Hello, this is the success pattern show. If you know if you want to have the key to success, you better have something ready to write on, to write with and to write on because you want to take notes as this person speaks.

Speaker1:
We're going to discuss the four occurrences of life, and we call it the life flow. This gentleman, I am super, super honored to call him friend, to call him mentor. We've been training together. I was a mentee of his back in the days when a lot of fun. I got a lot of feedback. And you know what? One of the success laws is there's no failure. Only feedback. This gentleman is international bestselling author. He's an app designer, an entrepreneur, a fellow trainer. He spent traveling 18 plus years around the world sharing his passion. He's shared the stage with and trained with the top trainers in the self-development world thought leaders of today's world. He's high energy. He's heartfelt. His journey is from humble beginnings to financial freedom at the age of 32. He inspires not just me. I know he'll inspire you. He inspires individuals to enter tapping their greatness. He realizes that it's not only one person that struggles Roberts clues, as you will learn open individuals to the possibilities that lie within them. And that is why he is a highly sought after speaker, trainer, presenter, friend. Ladies and gentlemen, let me welcome Mr. Robert Ribeau.

Speaker2:
I was trying to figure out if you're talking about me or not. How are you, my friend? Yes, absolutely. You know, and I just love watching you and I see the angelic glow around your hair and I'm going, Yeah, that's pretty. That's pretty accurate. Or when the horns come out,

Speaker1:
Oh my god. Yeah, that's another show. That's right.

Speaker2:
We'll see in the angelic verse this will for this one.

Speaker1:
Robert, it's so good to have you on, and I'm so, I'm so honored that you're here with me. You know, we go, I can say we go way back and we're not even that old yet.

Speaker2:
That's right. Yeah, like careful young lady. Careful.

Speaker1:
How did it come about that you were invited to speak on stages like large stages, like we're talking stadium stages? How did that come about?

Speaker2:
One word tenacity and then a wife who is not willing to let me play smaller than who I am. And those were kind of the two, you know, there's no magic pills. The magic pill is raghida that it's hard work you've got to be willing to commit and full on. And so, you know, starting as soon as I realized that personal development was changing my life, you know, hello, a three day weekend help me go from deep in debt to financially free in a nine month period is like, Oh, this worked. And from that, also on my wife and I for two and a half years, or volunteering at 38 events a year to stay in the energy give back. I find my passion is to train and I just, you know, I was told by my mentor one day, he says, Do you know why I put you on stage the first time? And I said, no, he says, because I could not ignore you anymore. And he didn't mean it in a negative way, he said. He said, you were. Every time you're around, you're there, you're of service and you're present. And he said, and I remember the day that I asked you to go on stage for the first time. I'm on stage, we're out of break. You're hosting a meeting off to the side. I'm trying to talk to another student from the stage, but I can't talk to him because your energy and presence just keeps grabbing my attention. He said I kept looking over. I finally had to say, hang on a moment. He says, I watch you conduct this meeting, he said. In that moment, I made the decision that I wanted to ask you to help me because I needed help that night. And that was the day he pulled me into his car and said, Hey, are you ready to take over? And I'm like.

Speaker1:
Pardon me because if I had, I'm going, what so were you inside? Were you jumping up and down or were you kind of questioning of Am I ready?

Speaker2:
Oh, all of it. You know, thank goodness my wife and I had just finished a four day Zen retreat. And so I'm in there and on the outside, I'm I'm going ready for what? And he says, I need you to take over for five minutes on the inside. I'm like, Oh my god, oh my God, I'm all over the place. But on the other side, I'm like, OK, what do you want me to say?

Speaker1:
You were totally cool, right?

Speaker2:
And of course, he says, Do you have a pen and paper? Write things down. I'm like. And at that moment, I actually was his assistant, so I always had to have sticky notes and a pen. So I pull it out in my nametag. I'm like, Yeah, and he tell me what to say. And I'm writing, I'm listening, staying calm. Uh-huh. Looking down to my writing going, I'm not a frickin doctor. Why is it so messy? I'm like, Uh-Huh. I get out of the car and my wife, like, what did he want? And I'm like, now I become a basket case. I'm like. He wants me to take over tonight. She goes, What do you suppose? I'm like, I da da da da da. And she looks and she goes, What the hell does that say? So I did the best I could to explain it to her, and this is like 20 minutes before the evening starts. And then I'm supposed to finish up the night. And literally five minutes, Birgitta. And this is why I say it's one of my clues in my book. It is amazing how five minutes can change your life, you know, opportunity favors are prepared. And you the opportunities coming our way all the time. But most people are not prepared for it. Most people are just sitting there going, well, no opportunity comes my way, but it's always there. It's just whether you're prepared or not. So my wife looked at what I wrote down, and after I kind of explained it, she goes, You go, get prepared and censor yourself. I'll rewrite this so you can actually read the frickin thing. And you know, in that night I came out, I did. The five minutes literally was thanking a guest, giving some instructions, sending everybody to bed. That was it. That was it. Five minutes. But that changed my life and put me on the path to world stages.

Speaker1:
That's incredible. And. Because I've been there, right, and I've been there by being led by you and the the answer is yes, right, when you get asked. There is no, there's no time to think about the answer. The answer is yes. Now what's the question? What do I need to do? Am I prepared?

Speaker2:
Figure it out later. Yeah.

Speaker1:
You figure it out later. And you know, one of the success laws, as I said earlier, there's no failure. There's feedback. And when you can come from that kind of thinking from that kind of mindset that. You're going to get some feedback. I bet you got some feedback. Oh no, I got feedback.

Speaker2:
Well, and the thing was, is my feedback actually, because I didn't get feedback from my mentor at the time because he wasn't there. He was writing a new course. That's why he needed my help. But the feedback loop I got was the moment was done. I celebrated the people around me, celebrated. But then that night I crashed. I crashed hard and my wife is like, What's going on? And I'm like, nothing. And she's like, Bull, what's going on? And I'm like my mind. What did crashed me went. The moment I finished celebrating with friends, alternate wind, that was no big deal. Oh right. And how many people have that as a thing that one of the things even today? Look, Raghida, you know, I've traveled around the world the last 20 years, perfectly trained over half a million people, but I still work on low self-esteem and self-doubt. Every single day is still something that riddles me. And so my wife, she goes, What do you mean? It was no big deal. I said he would have asked. Anybody was just me. And she said, Are you kidding? In all sudden, she pulled over one of the main people that worked in the company, and she said, Shelly, amazing woman. She goes, Shelly, can you tell Robert what just happened? And she goes, What do you mean? He thinks last night was no big deal. And she looked at me and she's like, Are you kidding me? Kind of gave me one of those without actually touching me. And she said he's never put anybody on the stage to help them like that before.

Speaker1:
Exactly.

Speaker2:
That was a big deal. So I started to own it a little bit and it's OK. Ok, what's the big deal? Ok, great. And then the very next week, we traveled to another province to do the same training. And, you know, it's like my wife's asked me, are you prepared to do it again? I'm like, Yeah, but he won't ask me. Notice what the mind does. He won't ask me. And she goes, But if he does, what are you going to say? I'm like, Well, I'll say yes, and to make sure I didn't have disappointment. I avoided him. If I saw him coming, I went the wrong way. I went to different ways. I tried to avoid him. And it was the second day the night that I helped him to last week, where often he sees me at dinner and he comes up and he goes, Well, I'm like.

Speaker1:
Well, what he's like are you?

Speaker2:
Would you be able to help me out again tonight and I'm like, Sure you're on the inside again? I'm like. And he goes, and then he adds, this question goes, Do you still have the notes now out of my mouth? I'm going, I think so in my brain, I'm going. Of course I got him. I've already framed him. Are you kidding

Speaker1:
Me given the big deal?

Speaker2:
And so I'm like, Yeah, I think I can find him. He goes great. It was so helpful last week. That would be awesome. And I did it again and and again. It was just like, Oh, and we knew we were going to one more camp back to another province. And I crashed even harder this time. And the reason I crashed this time, Bridget, is because also now there was someone else at the camp that was a volunteer that week that hadn't been at the previous two camps, and he'd actually helped them in his coaching division. So my mind automatically went. Daniels, here, he's going to ask him, and again, thank goodness for my wife because she's like, What's going on? And again, I'm like, nothing. She goes ball and I said, Well, Daniels here, she's going to ask him and and she was like, Are you kidding me? And this is the kind of the journey I went on. Even though people nowadays they go, you don't have self-doubt, you don't have this stuff going on in your head. I'm like, Yeah, am I human? I am. Well, wait, wait, wait. Yeah, I'm human. I am human. I'm not a T, whatever from from Terminator. And so she goes, Look, not only did she say, just be prepared, he's going to ask you again.

Speaker2:
I know he will. So she was my confidence for me. And that's a great success principle right there. You know, I do this with students. I coach. I tell them because I love drawing a lot of people their message and showing them how to get on world stages and impact lives. And I tell them in the beginning, you let me be your greatest cheerleader until you have the confidence, not arrogance, until you have the confidence to own it yourself. Let me be that person, because that's what my wife was, especially in the beginning, she said. And then she asked me a question. She goes, and when he asks you again? Do you want to do more and I'm like, what do you mean? Do you would you like to do more than just what you did? And I'm like. Of course I would. She goes, then ask. I'm like, Are you kidding me? Don't you know who he and my mind went into that whole thing? And she goes, Look, here's what I want you to say. If he asks you to do it again, say, I'd be honored. And if there's anything else you'd like me to do, I'd be honored to do that as well. And then she goes, and at that point, shut up. So in my

Speaker1:
Mind, that's the best advice right there. All right. Ask and then shut up.

Speaker2:
Yeah, because you know, again, I avoided them. That's second night he comes up. There you are. Are you ready? And I said I'd be honored I can do it again. And if there's anything else you'd like me to do, I'd love to do that as well and be honored and I want. Like in my mind, I'm like dot com, and all sudden he looks up and he goes, You know, tomorrow we do this process, do you think you could teach that? And again, I'm going, Yep, on the inside, I'm going, I don't know. But because I had learned all the training techniques, I knew I could. And he said, Let me think about it. And sure enough, that then ended up becoming my very first official piece of data was the next day. And I did as a coach train because he came back, he said, I want you to do it, but I want you to do it with this amazing woman. And I said, Absolutely. Me and Jennifer to teach this done, and we both co trained it, and it was my first official piece of data. So that is just, you know, those lessons. I still go back to them because even two weeks ago, Raghida, I was watching an interview we did two years ago when this whole world change happened and I was rewatching and he gave out advice again. He says, be the middle person. He said most of our strife that comes in life is when we look at someone and we elevate them because it's like, Oh my God, look how amazing they are. Like I was doing to him

Speaker1:
Or we look down. What you mean?

Speaker2:
Yes, putting them on a pedestal or we look down on people. He said. The moment you raise someone on a pedestal or you look down, you're trying to say you're different than them. But if you come in as a middle person that we're all the same, we came from the same place. We're going back to the same place. That's when you can be the middle person and realize and think of it like this. Raghida, people will look at you and I go, I can't do what they do. And it's like why? We're just human, like you are. It's like hair today, gone tomorrow and plain and simple. We came from the same place. We're going back to the same place now. Is it possible you and I from our experiences, have different information that they may not have? Absolutely. But let's flip that around. How many of your listeners, how many of your followers have information? You and I don't have that. So when I'm in front of an audience, I'm watching and learning as much as I can from them, as they're learning from me. That's why I'm always observing. I'm watching, I'm taking in plain and simple.

Speaker1:
Robert, there's so much to talk about, and I want to ask you so many questions. And one is over all the years and you have been on all of these big stages and spoken on large stadium stages. How do you remain being humble? Because you're a very humble person.

Speaker2:
Well, thank you. I just because I'm just me. You know, the Olympics just finished, and if we were talking to Olympic sport, I was a world class people pleaser. I was a gold medalist. I would have been the gold medalist for Canada as a people pleaser. And when I realized that here's me, this is all I can be, and either people are going to like me or they don't, and if they like me, that's awesome. If they don't, that's awesome. The moment I realized that also when I started noticing how much time, energy, how tired I was trying to be someone else to please people who wanted me to be different. And so often the energy I got from just being me and saying, If you like me for who I am, that that's the people I want to be around because I don't have time to try and be someone else. And it was another mentor. You know, Blair Singer, love them. He said, Robert, he said, never be afraid to meet a student somewhere in the world and have to figure out who to be. He says if you're always you, then you'll never have that issue, and you and I know we've met students in the wildest places around the world and it's like one of the reactions I get. You are just as crazy in real life as you are on stage, and I'm like. Uh-huh. Like, I remember you, Christian and I sitting down in that pub, I think in Martha's Vineyard a few years ago, out of Mastermind. And just having bangers and mash and just being good old people because that's all we are doing. The old part. No good people.

Speaker1:
Well, good. We're good. We're good young people. And that's right. And you know, there are so many great memories that I have within our mastermind, within, you know, our our friendship and the greatness that I've learned from you. You know, we have a few comments here. I just want to share them really quick. Aj is calling in from South America. Peter is saying, Hi, it's almost like a reunion, right? Love that these people are continuing to follow you, to follow themselves, to follow me, to follow greatness, to step into and elevate their own greatness. And I think if we don't walk away with anything today, it is be that middle person. And I love to share this in my own teaching. Don't put people on pedestals and put yourself on a pedestal. Don't put other people on pedestals, but be that middle person. And and it also I know from you that as a leader, as a world class leader, you're a learner. The learning never ends.

Speaker2:
Oh, you better believe it doesn't end. There's no time for it to end. And that came from, you know, you talk about the failures only feedback, because every time I look at my life when it slid backwards and I look at why has that started to happen is because I quit learning or I forgot to make time to be that learner. And the moment I catch it, it's like, Whoa, step it back up. What can I learn new? And so I'm always looking for something new to learn because of that fact. I don't want my life to slide backwards. You know, I burnt out doing too many trainings when I first started. You know, my first four and a half years in, I doing 40 to 50 full on trainings around North America and then the world, and I was at home on average two days a month. I was living my passion, but I was over living it and I had I had to and chose to take a year off to, you know, kind of go on a sabbatical because I needed time off. And that turned into three and a half years because one, I got comfortable again. As I got through the burnout, I quit learning. And all the sudden it's like, Yeah, I'm in no hurry. Oh yeah, you know, I I herniated my back and I'm going through these back surgeries.

Speaker2:
So that's good reason not to do anything again. I'll just sit at home and, you know, sit in the hot tub or just go for a walk and and also and I started realizing over living the passion bad, not living it at all bad, bad. And so it was, how do I come to that balance? And when I came out of retirement, it was because here's what I realized to you to balance. People think is like, it's like, Oh, everything's perfect. And when we talk about mental, emotional, spiritual, physical and financial because we are holistic to me, what I've noticed is balance is when you adjust, you adjust because things are always changing. So that to me is balance. So when I came out of retirement, I said, I'm not going to put my body and my system in that shape again and not take care of myself. So I took myself to 20 trainings a year, maximum I do around the world. And then so from when I came out of retirement in 2012. For the next eight years, I was doing 19 or 20 full on trainings a year around the world, traveling 200000 miles a year on average around the world. But I still took six months a year off.

Speaker1:
So there? There was a boundary, there is a boundary. Absolutely. There's got to be a boundary.

Speaker2:
And I'm glad you said that because there was a boundary before, but I let it be pushed. See, we're all responsible for not only setting our boundaries but holding them, and I will take ownership that I allowed them to be pushed every time I said, I want to slow down. Well, what about this event? I can do it because I've still in some other people, please? Why? Because, well, if I don't, then someone else will surpass me and I won't be on stages anymore, not owning my value.

Speaker1:
Was there fear of missing out?

Speaker2:
Oh yeah, absolutely. Yeah. No. Because everything that this world has given me in the training arena. And I don't believe if you even realize this, did you know that before I became a trainer, I'd never traveled outside of North America unless you consider a Caribbean cruise outside of America? But no, I

Speaker1:
Hadn't as a journeyman. No, I don't consider that.

Speaker2:
That's right. What are you talking about? And I just slaughtered that accent. But that's good. And so often and that was kind of part of the burnout because also in 2007, I get to go to Asia for the first time and often I go from what I thought was big crowds to a big crowd. And I went from, yeah, and all sudden it was like, I'm supposed to take over all of Asia. I'm supposed to take over, you know, after a year, but I'm going, but I'm lost. Two years have been saying, what slow down? How do I slow down? I'm adding more on and I'm training trainers at the same time, I'm not just training on a stage, I'm training multiple trainers at the same time, having assistance trainers, so coaching them, guiding them, kicking them in the butt to get them ready to lead. And so no wonder I got burnt out. So but the journey going back to everything I look back at, I get a question every once in a while, raghida, if I could go back to my eight year old self or even as I started my training journey, what would I tell myself to do different? And I struggled with that because to me? Everything I've gone through has made me who I am today, right, especially that what didn't work, so why would I want to change it? Because then I wouldn't be able to help someone that maybe I can help today that if I change that, I wouldn't be able to understand what they're going through.

Speaker1:
And do you really think that you would be who you are today and would have gone had the opportunities that you were presented, right? It's all about the possibilities and we have a choice to look at. Is it is it? Is it a challenge or is it a possibility or an opportunity? We have a choice to look at it from those two different angles. And I'm curious, you know, you being out there a lot, very visible then going into the pandemic. I remember, I think, were you in Malaysia when the pandemic hit or at some point you ended up

Speaker2:
Coming back from India? Yeah, yeah. Change the world change while I was in the air?

Speaker1:
Literally, no. And how did how did you learn I'm going to use a word that I despise myself, but I'm going to use it for lack of a better one. It starts with P. How did you pivot?

Speaker2:
Yeah, reinvent. Let's use that word. And well, for the first two weeks, I went into victim mode. I actually my mind made me sick. What is this COVID thing? What is this all that and physically made myself sick, even though I didn't have it? But once my wife and I got through it and realized we were doing that to ourselves, we have two very powerful words that I live by today. It's what's next. And the moment we did that, that's when, like what you and Christian are going through right now with your build, we decide to reinvent and live a dream we had been planning on. We had purchased three years earlier a beautiful acreage with the intent of five, six, seven years down the road, building our own training center on it. Well, it's like, Hey, what's next? You're at home. We have the time. And so we decided to start building. It took just over a year for everything, but now I'm in my office. I've this weekend. I do my very first super zoom room training from my one 500 square foot training center on the other side of this wall, and I'm excited about that.

Speaker2:
But the moment we said, what's next, then all of a sudden all the fear came in. What, how? Well, hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue gone, it's going to cost you a few hundred thousand to build it. We don't know how long it's going to last. Thank goodness we have other businesses. But what if, what if, what if, what if? And then we came to two more very, very powerful words all in? Mm hmm. You see, it's when we give ourselves that Plan B. That we will then our mind will find a reason to go to Plan B.. I'll see it's not working because of this and we hit a lot of obstacles on our build. We hit a lot of it was supposed to be done last April. Well, it took until the end of December to be done. And so it was like we could have given up on many times, but it was like, No, we're all in. We're going to make this work.

Speaker1:
And when you're all in, there is no excuse. No more arguments. No excuses. You know, when when we move, when we said we're going to move to the states, my father in law said, You're crazy. What are you going? And you said, Thank you.

Speaker2:
Yes, we are. Yeah.

Speaker1:
I said, Yeah, I mean, you know, it took you that long to figure that out. Ok. All right. And and and he said, But what if you fail? And I said, But what if we succeed? And therefore me, there was never a a a seed of a thought that we wouldn't. And I think that's the difference, right? It is when you don't even allow that seed of thought that.

Speaker2:
There is no plan. And that's why you want to have the people around you that are not like minded, they're growth minded. And again, look, I just got this a year and a half ago, another real realization, another just paradigm shift from another one of my mentors where he said, Robert, if you're surrounded by people who are complainers and you're like minded, you're going to be a complainer. Plain and simple, he said. But if you surround yourself with growth minded people, which like, as an example, Brigitta, you and I for each other, growth minded people, we're there to pick each other up if we stumble. We're there to cheer each other on when we're doing amazing. But we're also the ones willing, and I want your audience to listen to this part. Willing to have the tough conversations when they're meant to be had. So it's example, Roxanne, the greatest gift that she gives me is not let me play smaller than I am. She has to kick me in the butt sometimes because I'm always receptive, always to her ideas of how to play bigger. Always not. And so but because she's willing to stand it in her power and say, What about this? Or Why are you playing small? Those are the people I choose to have in my life because I want to keep growing. I want to keep impacting people. So if I go stagnant, I'm done.

Speaker1:
Yeah. You either learn or you die. There's no in between. There's really it's a it's a black or white kind of thing, right? And I love that feedback because that's when you learn. And and that's why I love the saying and the success law that there is only feedback. There is no failure. Boy, you know, and I know that you had a lot of feedback in your life. I know I had a lot of feedback in my life, but I it's a choice for me to look at it that way.

Speaker2:
Yeah. You know, the funnest stage I was ever on and I just finished three weeks earlier having my first microdot Satomi back surgery. I wasn't supposed to be on stage, but I'm like, I can't not be on the stage because we had the Dalai Lama. We had Sir Richard Branson. We had F.W. de Klerk, Les Brown, visionless geany Barbara DeAngelis and 16 other mind blowing thought leaders that were on this stage. And I was, you know, doing my best. I was on painkillers all the way through. I was doing my best to sit there and sit down in between and not do too much to hurt my back, not realizing sitting down was doing worse. And three days later, after the event, I had done too much. Irene hurt him, herniated my desk, ended up back in the hospital, three weeks for the swelling to go down before having a second surgery. Now I could look back on that and went, Are you stupid? What did you do? But I look back and go, You know what? I paid a price for a choice I made, and I'm OK with that. Would I do it again? Hell no. But in that moment, to be able to have green time room with those kind of people, I was like and I knew a lot of them already. But hello, the Dalai Lama. Richard Branson. Oh, F.W. de Klerk. Stephen Covey, senior one of the final presentations he did. Wow. And I have pictures with all of them and I'm like, Oh yeah, right?

Speaker1:
But remember, we're not putting people on pedestals. Yeah, we're talking about. Yeah. So your new book? Yes. We didn't even get into that. No, we didn't. We didn't. So that means you need to come back. I mean, it's if you want to come back, OK? I know. I know.

Speaker2:
Yeah, I'm in the stage of writing it right now.

Speaker1:
Yeah, that's that's exciting. And you wrote another book. Success leaves.

Speaker2:
Well, success left a clue. It's up on the shelf, over my shoulder. Imagine how I got placed on not only entered the screen with your branding, but off to the side of it as well. How did that happen, Raghida?

Speaker1:
It's magic. You do. You do great magic. And it's these clues, right? It's these success patterns that, yeah, we Robert, Brigitta and many, many other people have gone through. Challenges, have taken obstacles and learn from them and are sharing them with you. I mean, it doesn't get much simpler than that, right? It's great to learn from your own mistakes. It's even better to learn from someone else's mistakes.

Speaker2:
It is. And you know, you hit on something very when you're talking about easy and simple. One of the things that I want people to know if they choose to read my book, I could have made it a thousand page manual. They gave you all the quantum physics, all the science behind the steps that I put the people through a thousand pages long. Most people would get through five pages and they put it down. So I on purpose made it very, very simple. And some people go, It can't be that easy, that simple. So do not let the simplicity fool. You do not. I'm going to say again, do not let the simplicity fool you, because if you know that you know success is not easy, you got to put work in. But it is simple if you follow the steps that someone's done before you. And that's the key right there.

Speaker1:
Yeah, I love that. Robert, how do people get in touch with you?

Speaker2:
Well, as it scrolling across the bottom of the screen right now, if they oh, and popped up, I love the technology. If they go to Robert Welcome just my name, then they're actually as our gift see guide. You are so gracious enough to have me on your show. I believe one of our most precious commodities is our time and the fact that you took your time to have me and the fact that your audience took their time to listen to our craziness. I honor that. And so if they go to Robert People.com, they're actually going to be able to download the entire digital copy of success left to clue as our gift to them. Wow. With a caveat, with a caveat. See, the caveat is this because step number three in the book is you have to take action. I didn't. Not write it for someone to take it. Put it on the shelf. Make it shelf help. That's not why I wrote it, so I wrote it as a work manual where there's actual action steps all the way through and you don't mean being crazy. I even put in there. Hey, did you do the last action? If not, stop reading right now. Go back. Do that action before you read any further because I know people are creatures, excuse me, creatures of habit. And I guarantee if you download the book and you read it and do the action steps, your life will go to another level. And an extra little bonus, too, is because I'm in that giving stage right now. Raghida anybody who goes to download the book, they're also going to be able to book a one on one with me 20 minute strategy session, no sales where I just they have to fill out a questionnaire so I can help them in whatever they're struggling in their life. And in 20 minutes, I give them some very solid success principles and things that they can do, strategies that they can put into place right away to take their life up. And that's something I'm doing as a gift to people I love to invite them.

Speaker1:
20 minutes with Robert Raymond Repel. Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? When I started learning from Robert, I wanted to be around him just five minutes and learn from his genius. And and I thank you for being so generous to to our listeners and our viewers. One last question I have for you and we're going way over and it doesn't matter.

Speaker2:
Well, you're the boss, so you know it's your show.

Speaker1:
You say so. I will tell Christian that you said that. What do you do over and over? It's almost like a subconscious recurring pattern that leads to an outcome that you desire. What does it start with and what's the action in it?

Speaker2:
Well, you know, in the mornings. Well, yeah, in the mornings, the way I start my day is I'm always aware of the first thought that comes into my mind. I'm watching for it. And if it's negative, not supportive whatsoever, I just pass it on and I replace it with something that supports me. Because, you know, how many times have we woke up and going, Oh my God, today is going to be a crappy day? And then it tends to turn out that way. So if I catch myself, then I automatically replace it with a supportive thought and something a friend of mine, Greg Montana. I love what he says. He says, I take five minutes in the morning and this is what I practice now too, is I take five minutes and I sit on the side of my bed and I visualize what would the most perfect day be for me today. And he actually creates the whole day in his mind. Now it doesn't mean that's the way the day is going to turn out. Not necessarily, but again, in a much better position. And a mantra I'm using over and over and over again because Brigitta being no different than anybody else. I still get stuck in my own crap. And if I'm hanging on to something and I notice it, that is hanging on, then because I love animated movies because there's more lessons than for the adults than there is the kids, in my own opinion. I go to frozen and I just I actually will sing it loud sometimes or singing in my head. Let it go, let it go. That's the only part of the song that I know, and that's the only part I need to know, because the moment I start physically or mentally singing it, it's like I let that weight off of like, why am I hanging on to this crap?

Speaker1:
What a great pattern. Interrupt. Let it go. It's that simple. Yep. Thank you, Robert, for being here, thank you for sharing your expertize, your genius and your love. I will have you back. That is a promise, not a you

Speaker2:
Ask, I will be there.

Speaker1:
Awesome. Thank you, guys. Get in touch with Robert Rappelled Robert Rehabil at Robert Ray Apple.com. Thank you so much, Robert, for being here. Thank you for tuning in to the success pattern show at WW W Dot, the success pattern showcase. My name is

Brigitta, who finished.

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Robert Riopel

Robert Raymond Riopel is an international Best-Selling author, App Designer, Entrepreneur and Trainer who has spent the past 18+ years travelling around the world sharing his passion. He has also shared the stage with and trained many of the top trainers and thought leaders in the world today. With his high energy and heartfelt style, Robert draws on his journey from humble beginnings to financial freedom at the age of 32, to inspire individuals into tapping into their greatness. Realizing that he is not the only person that struggles, Robert’s “Clues” open individuals up to the possibilities that lie within them and that is why he is a highly sought after presenter.

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