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National Voiceover Artist, Acclaimed Podcast Host and all around funny guy, Rob Actis, talks action, motivation, and finding success his way.
Interviewing Rob is like sitting down with a perpetual motion machine. Rob is always on the move yet he always maintains focus on his goals. After nearly losing his life he realized he had been living life without being aware of all of his life.
Try to keep up with his energy on the show as we talk about his book, The Law of Action, how he manages to keep his head up and focused and why Clubhouse is his new favorite place to be.
Rob “Mr. Action” Actis is the best selling author of The Law of Action and the creator of the Law of Action Formula. He helps his successful entrepreneur clients get unstuck, break through their fears, and live a life of massive inspired action. He is a serial Entrepreneur and loves all things marketing and business and runs a small boutique creative agency creating high-end graphics for his clients. One of his many talents is that of a voice actor for many national TV commercials. Rob is also an accomplished audiobook narrator, including The Miracle Morning book and series by Hal Elrod. Other best selling authors include Honoree Corder, Ed Rush, Kevin Kruse, Matthew A. Overlund, and Ben Hale.
You can find Rob as a featured guest on many podcasts, sharing his passion for following the Law of Action principles and taking a stand for others to live every day like they WANT to be alive.
Rob loves podcasts. Rob is the creator and host of The Living the Law of Action show, co-creator, and co-host of the comedy podcast Failed Dinner Conversations with Sean Douglas and is the host of the soon to be released Hot 50 countdown presented by Podcast Magazine.
Rob is known for taking massive immediate action. He loves making a difference in people’s lives and supporting others in their success. If you meet him or you hear him on a podcast. You will know instantly why they call him “Mr. Action.”
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