Raymond Aaron teaches powerful goal setting and life management strategies to double your income and improve your quality of life.
Raymond Aaron is a New York Times best-selling author, professional speaker and a renowned success and investment coach. For the past twenty years, Raymond has shared his vision and wisdom on radio and TV, utilising his expert guidance to help people achieve greater wealth, branding, recognition, respect and authority, dramatically changing their lives for the better.
With forty years’ real estate buying experience in the USA, Canada and the Caribbean, he has been President of his own company for over thirty years and also has specific industry and leadership experience. He is an accomplished, professional speaker, having given over 5,000 speeches in eleven different countries.
Raymond is the author of eight, best-selling books, including 'Branding Small Business for Dummies', 'Double Your Income Doing What You Love', the Canadian best seller, 'Chicken Soup for the Canadian Soul' and the co-author of the New York Times bestseller 'Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul'.
Using his own, innovative techniques that he has personally developed over the last two decades, Raymond will show you how to take conscious control of your own world to unlock your potential, so that you can double, triple and even quadruple your income doing only what you love. He is absolutely committed to helping you achieve what you want out of life, just as he has helped thousands of others in their pursuit of wealth and happiness, building their own business brands to become respected thought-leaders and experts in their fields.
Raymond is also an avid athlete and adventurer. He completed one of the world’s toughest races, the Polar Race (a 350 mile foot race to the North Pole), which inspired his newest title, How to Get Rich Without Getting Cold.
He lives with his wife in Toronto, Canada and is the father of two daughters and two step-daughters. He also has two grandchildren, of whom he is particularly proud!
To find out more about Raymond, visit www.aaron.com.