Episode 74

74. Being $150,000 in Debt Helped My Wife and I Create our Dream Life with Robert Raymond Riopel

All of us experience difficulties along the way. What helps people become successful is what they learn from their failures and taking action to get out of the situation. On this week’s Authentic Wednesday podcast  Robert Raymond Ripoel shares how being over $150,000 in debt helped Robert and his wife create their dream life.

Robert Raymond Riopel is an international Best-Selling author, App Designer, Entrepreneur and Trainer who has spent the past 18+ years travelling around the world sharing his passion. Robert draws on his journey from humble beginnings to financial freedom at the age of 32, to inspire individuals into tapping into their greatness.


In this episode, Robert discusses: 

  • How he got where he is now
  • The importance of being yourself
  • Breaking problems down into small steps and taking action
  • Celebrating every victory, no matter how small
  • How he and his wife overcame their financial crisis

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Bianca Hughes

Bianca Kesha Hughes is setting boundaries and breaking barriers. She knows how to navigate life and discover true identity while trusting in God. Known for authenticity and heart-work services, Bianca is the ultimate trailblazer in the mental health and wellness field as a therapist, coach, speaker, and podcast host, inspiring her audience to let go of the illusion of perfectionism.

She is deeply connected to her cultural values, and Caribbean heritage, and her foundation of faith is a source of light for everyone around her. Bianca experiences her fair share of trials and pain but she heals through vulnerability and connecting to her authentic self. For this reason, she is passionate about breaking down the walls of perfectionism, encouraging her audience to connect to their authentic self while creating a safer place for them to be seen and heard.

Her podcast, "It Didn't Break Me," creates a space for honest and vulnerable conversations. Her guests share their transformational life stories around the messy stuff they didn't think they'd come back from yet they are still here. "It Didn't Break Me" podcast is a platform for people who are struggling with mindset shifts around perfectionism and being their authentic self, inspiring them to discover the beauty in the mess.