This weeks podcast deals with dreams, the dreams we have as globally citizens,  Africans and as individuals. The dreams that wake us up early in the morning or that keep us working late at night.

I had this talk with Gary Sirak late last year and we discuss his book, The American Dream.ADR book pic Our discussion covers the African Renaissance, the concept that African people and nations shall overcome the current challenges confronting the continent and achieve cultural, scientific, and economic renewal. We also discuss true stories of ordinary people who held on to hope, worked hard and achieved extraordinary results. For example a doctor who is a holocaust survivor or a girl who used to be part of a gang and how she changed her life around and is now a successful entrepreneur. This talk will leave you feeling hopeful, that regardless of the current distance between your dream and your reality, you can survive and thrive.

Enjoy the talk and buy the book for the in-depth stories. Gary Sirak is President of Sirak Financial Services in Canton, OH, a company founded by his father, Stan Sirak in 1957.

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The company will celebrate its 60th anniversary this year. Gary has written two books, the first, If Your Money Talked … What Secrets Would It Tell? This book is about personal finance and the most common mistakes people make with their money. So many people make the same mistakes again and again with their money that Gary decided to do something about it. The second, The American Dream Revisited: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Results, is a deeply personal topic for Gary. While it’s true it was a serendipitous conversation at a coffee shop that spurred him on to write it, the ideas and beliefs of the book have been with him for his entire life.

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Until next time, Live an enchanted life.


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