Craig Dubecki

What Are You Looking At?

https://www.craigdubecki.com

A cognitive authority and life coach, Craig is on a mission to help individuals and companies rock their worlds by focusing at a higher level and achieve their best potential and ROI. By using non-complex analogies and human experiences, Craig created and is owner of, The WYLIWYG Principle™: WYLIWYG (pronounced: Will-eee-wig): Where You Look Is Where You Go™, a Principle designed to help the audience find the personal power of true and powerful focus.

CRAIG DUBECKI is an active volunteer with numerous associations, in particular with Suicide Prevention and Heart & Stroke. He is a former elite athlete, performing musician, Toastmaster and public speaker connected to the PSA (Public Speaker Association) out of Texas, U.S.A. He is an accomplished writer and author of a published Trilogy that each stand on their own: #1: the one-of-a-kind musically driven, psychological adventure and 1st part of the Trilogy, So, You Just Want To Be A Rock Star (Amazon.ca & .com); #2, the 2nd part of the Trilogy and his first anthology, Sharing Volume 4: The Encore: Roll With The Changes, (www.craigdubecki.com), and #3, the 3rd and final story of his Trilogy, What Are You Looking At? in the Best Selling anthology, Dreaming Big Being Bold Volume 3 (www.craigdubecki.com).

To live in darkness and pain is sometimes more than one person can handle. That’s when we need to reach out and ask for help. That’s is what Craig is here to help you with. “Let’s make life the adventure and joy it was meant to be!"

What do you want to do with your life? You wanna rock!

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