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Aging Younger

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Edward Rodriguez is a high energy public speaker, and life coach, who after having started many successful businesses; found himself at a crossroad between continuing to build his business, or moving into his true passion of public speaking. After making the decision to go with his passion, Edward began to explore ways to realize his dreams. He began teaching people how to rediscover their smiles and laughter, and has created ways for people not to fear the unknown but to embrace it. In the process of creating this, Edward was featured on the cover of The Miami New Times and he has also been interviewed on delivering his message numerous times. Through the years Edward has met and worked through many of life’s challenges. Each time he faced a new situation he took it head on, and devised ways to over come whatever obstacle was placed in his path. Some of the challenges he has overcome in his life are drugs, drinking, being homeless, the death of his daughter, a cerebral hemorrhage and more. Each one having the capability to bring a man to his knees, yet Edward has learned to overcome them and thrive. In these times, many gifts came in the form of teachings that he shares through his interaction with those who attend his workshops, and also through his coaching clients. Edward has transformed his life through a never give up, and never surrender attitude that has shaped him into a loving caring man who shares his knowledge with an open heart. If you want to learn how to create happiness then this show is a must listen. Join Aging Younger and guest Eddy Rodriguez to learn about the First Happiness Event being created on Sept. 25th in Gulf stream Park. This day will go down in history as the day South Florida had some real positive news. Make a Wish Foundation will be on site, Guinness Book of World Records will join us to validate the breaking of the record. T.V., newspaper and magazine reporters will be on hand.