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Living Life Large

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Fuzzy and Suzy Manning

Fuzzy and Suzy Manning


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Ron Siemon has been in the consulting & speaking business for 28 years. He is a gifted communicator and enjoys sharing his amazing story of hope as one who started his own business at age 18 and has succeeded with the American Dream. Ron has built a multimillion $ business. Today he travels the country encouraging others with sound business, family, and spiritual principles that help people achieve fulfillment in all walks of life. He presents motivational and purpose driven seminars covering aspects such as: Goals, Focus, Family, Purpose, & Priorities

Whether it’s something as simple as “Time Management” or as complex as exploring together the question of “Why am I Here? Ron is the one to bring an exciting, positive, high energy, and powerful message to help others live a balanced life and understand the specifics of what it takes to succeed and win. Ron’s main motto in life is “Live Life Large”, he coined that phrase over a decade ago and truly does live by it on a daily basis.

Born in La Jolla, CA Ron has traveled extensively and has a great appreciation for various cultures.  He has lived in California, Colorado, Virginia, Wisconsin, and currently resides in Albuquerque NM with his wife of 28 years and has 4 children (he was also a Grandfather at the age 42!).  A raving optimist, in his leisure, he enjoys golf, backgammon, Harley’s, good wines, skiing, travel, and most of all special outings and time with his family & friends.  Founder of social group “Club Ron” he entertains with passion and love.

Ron just published his first book “Living Life Large! The Ultimate Guide on How to Live and Travel First Class on Coach Prices.” He wakes up daily excited about life and all the opportunities it holds. One of his life’s mottos: “Memories over Materialism”