Come Out Of Hiding and Shine
November 2, 2016
Hosted by Karl Bobo
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The dynamic duo of Karl Bobo and Guest Rebecca Hall Gruyter will discuss their new book entitled come out of hiding and shine. There are so many talented men and women who fail to reach their potential while hiding behind circumstances. Hear Karl and Rebecca encourage their audiences to move beyond past experiences and allow their true light and talent to shine brightly, so that the world can experience your gifts.
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Funda-MEN-tals, puts the emphasis on Men. This is a show specifically designed to deal with “men stuff.” Men have issues, concerns, fears, struggles and insecurity, but many don’t feel that they have any place to turn. Our program addresses things that concern men, and provides advice, encouragement, instructions and support. It has been said that most men are slowly committing suicide, they just don’t know it. Help is now on the way! We let you know that you are not alone in your thoughts, and we provide a healthy format to get support and guidance that can only be found on Funda-MEN-tals.
Karl Bobo is a bestselling author, entrepreneur, life and business coach as well as a dynamic speaker. He is the CEO and founder of Choose 2 Embrace Life, an organization designed to help people see the positives in life, recognize its splendor and get the maximum benefit from it. Karl is a dynamic motivational speaker and financial business executive in Northern California. He also owns three very successful personal fitness gyms. He has over twenty years of experience in working with business professionals, business owners, individuals, groups and organizations in the development of skills and the mindset needed to maximize one’s efforts in life. Karl is extremely passionate about helping to guide people into experiencing life differently. It is necessary to embrace the one chance we get at life.
Karl has a zest for life like no other. When talking with him, you get the feeling that the “glass is always half full.” This is not to say that he has not faced obstacles like many other people have faced, but that he has developed a different way of turning what others believe are challenges and setbacks into the very thing that launches people to greatness. He and his wife have also raised three great and very successful sons.