The Vince Santucci Show - Making Complex Simple
About This Show
I did not start out wanting to be a life coach. This is not because it is not a great profession or because it does not bring value to my life and the lives of others, but because it simply was not on my radar—that is, until in 1987, I picked up a set of Anthony Robbins cassette tapes for $87. I did not know at the time how formative that experience would be.
Throughout my life, I have had a number of formative experiences, from being diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy to losing everything financially. These trials, along with my experience in marketing, showed me that I must learn to rely on myself and my talents. Now, I use that knowledge to help others achieve their goals.
My motto is “Making Complex Simple,” because I believe that our money, lifestyle, and buisness are often needlessly complex, and that if we would instead, focus just on what we love, we would live much more fulfilled and satisfying lives.
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Making Complex Simple.
Most Recent Episode
010 – An Evening With Graham Wakeling
Jan 12 14
Click on this episode to hear how Graham Wakeling came to SA from the UK in 1988. A persistent entrepreneur, he was involved in direct marketing, retail administration for a major UK conglomerate and the import-export trade before focusing on publishing. Graham has been a small business owner for 15 years, chairs a leading South Australia employment services organisation, and is a board member of Publishers Australia.
With over a decade of contract publishing behind him, Graham created in-business magazine and its companion magazine, Insight. Innovative and effective business publishing, Graham believes, is the best way he can express his determination to help South Australia prosper. From the outset "In-Business Magazine" has emphasized success, highlighting strategies that work and fostering opportunities for business collaboration. Senior business people were quick to respond and a strategic alliance with the Australian Institute of Company Directors saw "In-Business Magazine" carve out a place for itself.
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