Daring To Dream

December 4, 2012
Hosted by Raz Ingrasci and Ed McClune

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Ed Romanoff never dreamed before 2008 that one day he would be performing his songs on stage across America. In his words, “I just never felt good enough.” Always working in the wings and behind the scenes of the music industry, Ed’s passion for music only took him so far. But after a major life-changing transformation, he realized that he indeed had the power to reach beyond what he perceived possible. Now, an internationally acclaimed singer-song writer, Ed has launched his first album, is touring the U.S. and has realized just how powerful self-belief can be. Through pursuing his dream, he also made an unexpected and amazing discovery about his family. For anyone who dares to dream of the “impossible,” you can’t afford to miss this episode of “The Hoffman Connection.”

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Raz Ingrasci and Ed McClune share tools, inspiration and knowledge to help you connect more fully with your authentic self. Live a life of passion, self-love and purpose, and discover powerful ways to remove blocks from your life. “The Hoffman Connection” is sure to bring you closer to your connection with yourself and others, and support you in living the life you love.

Raz Ingrasci and Ed McClune have been both students of, and leaders in, personal development for the majority of their careers. They each bring a unique and compassionate perspective, as well as insight and experience in helping people who want to change. The goal of both of these fine leaders, along with their team of international personal development experts, is to help people around the world become more free, open, loving and spontaneous.

“The Hoffman Connection” is sure to bring you closer to what matters to you most.

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Raz Ingrasci and Ed McClune

Raz Ingrasci and Ed McClune

Raz Ingrasci is the President and CEO of the Hoffman Institute, known for presenting The Hoffman Process (www.hoffmaninstitute.org). This amazing program is now offered in eleven countries.

For the past 22 years, Raz has worked alongside his colleagues to evolve the Hoffman method to its current, most effective form. Independent research by the University of California recently published in a peer-review journal showed that the Hoffman Process consistently produces more positive, lasting change in participants than anything else that has appeared in the research literature worldwide.

Ed McClune is the Supervising Process Teacher at the Hoffman Institute. As a Hoffman teacher, Ed has a desire to bring the healing of the Process to individuals who are making an impact in their communities. “When leaders are able to bring the growth and values from the Process into our institutions, everyone involved, employees, colleagues, customers and their families all benefit.”

In addition to being a Process Teacher, Ed has an MA in Psychology and is licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist in California. Ed also has over 25 years of radio personality experience.


Raz Ingrasci and Ed McClune share tools, inspiration and knowledge to help you connect more fully with your authentic self. Live a life of passion, self-love and purpose, and discover powerful ways to remove blocks from your life. “The Hoffman Connection” is sure to bring you closer to your connection with yourself and others, and support you in living the life you love.

Raz Ingrasci and Ed McClune have been both students of, and leaders in, personal development for the majority of their careers. They each bring a unique and compassionate perspective, as well as insight and experience in helping people who want to change. The goal of both of these fine leaders, along with their team of international personal development experts, is to help people around the world become more free, open, loving and spontaneous.

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