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Robert Radcliffe – CHANGING LIVES 180 DEGREES

ROBERT RADCLIFFE – CHANGING LIVES 180 DEGREES180 Degrees is the inspiring true-story of a once homeless, teenage drug addict who was able to achieve sobriety and ultimately become a self-made millionaire by the age of 30.

180 Degrees, an autobiography written by Robert Radcliffe, was self-published in 2008. Robert resides in Los Angeles with his wife and sons. With over 18 years of experience in real estate, he is considered one of the nations leading agents.

In this autobiography, Robert shares his real-life rags to riches story. Struggling with and finally overcoming the nightmare of drug addiction in young adulthood, Robert was able to thereafter create a life for himself that surpassed his wildest dreams. Robert’s honest revelations about the chaos and madness shrouding his life on the streets while he was imprisoned by drugs will plummet any reader into the captivating darkness of that world.

Why did you write 180 Degrees?

I wrote 180 Degrees with hope that my story will inspire others battling addiction to find their own success. I hope my story will also inspire those already in recovery to continue their journey. I lived this story, and I am revealing the ugly truth of my own addiction and the story of my recovery to encourage anyone in the terrible grip of addiction to seek help. Furthermore, I hope that my story inspires those who haven’t tried drugs or alcohol to continue to stay sober.

What’s the meaning behind the title 180 Degrees?

The title describes how drastically I changed my life. I turned my life around 180 degrees. I went from being a daily-using drug addict and occasional ‘big shot’ dealer to, eventually, a homeless junkie living on the streets. Today I am a completely sober, self-reliant, self-employed husband, father, and self-made millionaire.

How are you getting the message of 180 Degrees out?

I often speak at high schools, juvenile detention facilities and rehab centers. I hope 180 Degrees will reach those who need to hear its message the most.

Do you tweet, facebook fan page, myspace friend or use any other social media to get the word out?

I use Twitter, Facebook, Amazon, YouTube and my website to get the word out about 180 Degrees.

http://www.facebook.com/180Degrees

http://twitter.com/#!/180DegreesBook

http://www.amazon.com/180-Degrees-Robert-R/dp/1934379476

http://www.the180blog.com/

Social media is a great way to connect with customers and fans. I am active on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Amazon and my website on a daily basis.

I have customers post video testimonials on YouTube and my website. I also post a lot of videos myself on YouTube. Videos are a great way to make a more personal connection to customers. I actually have a video blog on my website – http://www.the180blog.com/

What is the best advice you never got?

A morning meditation awakens you to your truth. A morning moment can connect you with all that is. I wake up early every morning. Meditation is a great way to start the day. I always did my writing for 180 Degrees early in the morning, that’s when my thinking is clear and my focus is strong. Some mornings I would get up as early as 3AM to start writing.

ROBERT RADCLIFFE – CHANGING LIVES 180 DEGREES

Robert Radcliffe

What is the one thing that you did right?

I stay focused on the end sight and goals I wanted to achieve. The men who have succeeded are men who have chosen one line and stuck to it – Andrew Carnegie.

What advice can you give to other potential entrepreneurs?

Constant vigilance, introspection and meditation led me to formulate my own philosophy based on eight important areas of life. I call them The Eight Equities: Spiritual, Mental, Physical, Family, Romance, Financial, Career and Social. My advice to other potential entrepreneurs is that all eight of these must be in balance in order to achieve success and happiness in business and life.

What book(s) have you read that others should read?

I would definitely recommend -

The Secret – Rhonda Byrne

Think and Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill

Rich Dad, Poor Dad – Robert Kiyosaki

The Magic of Thinking Big – David Schwartz
The Greatest Salesman in the World – Og Mandino

Unleash the Power Within – Anthony Robbins

First Things First – Stephen R Covey

Beating the Street – Peter Lynch

You can check out my reading list here – http://www.the180blog.com/p/reading-list.html

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