Could it possibly be true that when it comes to attaining success, a penniless immigrant actually has an advantage over someone native born? We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, we’ll speak with someone who indeed emigrated to the U.S. at a very young age with his family. He had no money and didn’t speak English, but he has truly realized the American Dream. That and more on today’s show.
Bob’s Thought of the Day
We’ll look at:
- Inspiring examples of modern immigrants, many of whom escaped communism, poverty, and even Nazi persecution.
- Americana stories of my friends Svetlana Kim, Ha Tran, and dry cleaner, Chan—all immigrants who have built successful lives.
- Why many immigrants who come into this country without much money, hardly a grasp of English, and from a country in which people are not at all free, actually have an advantage.
Interview with Bedros Keuilian
- What it means to have the “immigrant edge.”
- Why we can appreciate what we have in this country even despite economic downturns.
- Sage advice from Bedros’ father: “As long as you serve this country it will serve you and give you the freedom and opportunities you want.”
- How to be resourceful when you don’t have the resources.
- Why we are the barrier to our own success.
- How Bedros went from getting paid $13/hour as a trainer in a big box gym to owning his own personal training studio in only 8 months.
- The value of being part of a Mastermind group.
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