Sometimes, business success is about bigger things than business.

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Rubén Park: Now getting the help he needs

Daniel Park sent this message to his coach, Matt Gillogly:

Just wanted to touch base say thanks for the advice during our sessions. I’m still not playing at the level I want to be, but I’m getting closer. The $25K project I mentioned to you (and to Perry during our interview) is going well, and I’m in negotiations for a project with another client that’s even bigger.

And these blessings could not have come at a better time.

It has enabled us to do some targeted healing on our son. Rubén is almost ten and has autism. We’ve been doing biomedical intervention on him since his diagnosis at age 2, but lacked the funds for a really big push.

Thanks to what I’ve learned from you and Perry, we’ve been able to do just that. Our first stop this summer was Boston, where he was able to get scoped by one of the world’s leading pediatric gastroenterologists, and now we’re down in Florida doing IV treatments at a cost of more than $1K per week.

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Even if we had health insurance in this country (which we don’t), they deny coverage for these sorts of treatments as a matter of course. All told, the cost of this trip is likely to exceed $20K.
It would have been an impossible dream without my newly increased ability to “make the rain.”

Please feel free to pass this message on to Perry, along with my thanks. What I’ve learned has been a lifesaver.

cheers, d.

“From Lame to Making Rain” – Daniel explains his $25,000 victory in detail

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Perry Marshall has launched two revolutions in sales and marketing. In Pay-Per-Click advertising, he pioneered best practices and wrote the world's best selling book on Google advertising. And he's driven the 80/20 Principle deeper than any other author, creating a new movement in business.

He is referenced across the Internet and by Harvard Business Review, The New York Times, INC and Forbes Magazine.

5 Comments on “Sometimes, business success is about bigger things than business.”

  1. Business isn’t about money, it is about EQ, about human relationship, about family (to balance our lives between business and family).

  2. Perry,

    What a great story & interview. Love Daniel’s sense of dry humor, I was laughing along with you during his call. And most of all, the fact that his son can now get the treatment he needs, or at least some of it, that’s what it’s all about. What we do is just a means to an end, in Daniel’s case, Ruben’s healthcare expenses.

    Amen to that.

    Thanks for sharing the story,

    Jim Rodante
    Maywood, NJ

  3. Thanks for sharing, it is very uplifting when somebody experiences “success with significance”. I wanted to share that there are many studies linking autism with toxins in the body, and Glutathione is the body’s master antioxidant. IV Glutathione can be very expensive. There is a patented breakthrough formula that raises the body’s own intracellular glutathione levels by 300% in 60 days, for less than a fraction of the cost and it is more effective than the costly IV treatments.

  4. This is really what it’s all about. Not headline numbers, but what that economic potential energy can do for you and those around you.

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