My SMS2019 - Raphael Saul

My SMS2019 - Raphael Saul

Sunday, October 13, 2019

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Business consultant, motivational speaker, attorney-at-law, corporate trainer

Where do you call home?

What has been the most memorable experience of your recent weekend in Jamaica?
The opportunity to share the stage with so many amazing individuals and interact with the phenomenal Sagicor team! I felt honoured and privileged to be chosen.

What surprised/resonated the most about your SMS experience?
Sagicor goes BIG!!! I love that! Also, it's no surprise that Sagicor in Jamaica is doing so well. Chris [Zacca] and the management team obviously understand the importance of investing in their team and it will continue to reap dividends!

Were you to be remembered for one thing, what would it be?
I want to be the person who positively impacted the lives of millions of people, beyond the borders of country or region. My life's mission is to empower, inspire, influence and impact the world!

What is your greatest fear?
Regret. I don't want to live a life so characterised by caution that I fail to fulfil my potential and purpose. I don't want to be 70 years old and look back with regret at all the opportunities I missed.

Animals or babies?
I've got two babies already. I'm good with dogs from this time forward.

What talent do you yearn for?
The FULL realisation of all I've been gifted to do. I want that!!!

What book do you recommend most to others?
How To Win Friends And Influence People by Dale Carnegie. That and the Bible and you're set!

What lesson has been the hardest to learn?
Patience! God's timing is always better than ours.

What food sums up happiness?
Ice cream.

What have you never understood?
Why people have cats as pets.

Were you to invite five people to dinner with Steve Harvey, who would they be and why?
Warren Buffet, Bill Gates, Les Brown, John Maxwell and Christopher Zacca.
Everyone in the room would be smarter than me... I would no doubt get invited back to Jamaica.

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