Goal Achievers Radio Interview with Patrick Bizindavyi

Goal Achievers Radio host, the amazing Phil Taylor, interviewed the equally amazing Patrick Bizindavyi, President of Goal Achievers Canada.

I had the privilege of meeting Patrick a number of times. He is extremely kind and an amazing storyteller.

Patrick Bizindavyi, President of Goal Achievers Canada came to Canada 9 years ago with not even $20 to his name. Today, Patrick is the author of Journey Man’s Stories and currently co-authoring a book with Canada’s most successful bestselling author Barry Spillchuck who authored Cup of Soup for the Soul (A Chicken Soup book)

Patrick has influenced thousands of people as a radio host and personally coached over 350 people with one of the world’s most prominent self-development and training companies. Patrick has also published articles for international publications and now Patrick’s vision is to influence tens of millions with his message as a speaker, author and President of Goal Achievers Canada.

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Listen to the Goal Achievers Radio Interview Here

If you have not yet read Phil Taylor's book Set Yourself On Fire, do yourself a favour and purchase it today. It is one of the top 5 personal development books I have ever read and I have read over 300.

GoalAchievers is an organization that enables and empowers individuals to turn their dreams into goals, and thus turn their goals into reality! It consists of a synergy of highly committed individuals who meet regularly in the spirit of unity, trust, and definiteness of purpose to share with one another their goals in the quest to help one another achieve their goals.

This brain trust is played out through a creative thinking process supported by feedback, encouragement, integrity, accountability, and the pooling of various resources GoalAchievers is derived from a deep and extensive research of history’s most accomplished individuals. It was formally introduced in the 1900’s by Napoleon Hill in his book Think and Grow Rich who described this process as “The coordination of knowledge and effort of two or more people, who work toward a definite purpose, in the spirit of harmony.”

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