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Raul Urrutia


15 Random Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Raul Urrutia

Let’s take a breath and have a virtual coffee together…

Because we probably haven’t met yet in person, I wanted to take a second and give you 15 random facts about me to give you an idea of who I am.

1. I broke my right arm for the first time when I was 9, since then I’ve had broken my arms, ankles and clavicle several times…. Oh Man….No more motorcycles! I had so much painful FUN… I LOVE it!

2. My city hosted one game of the world cup in (19…. I don’t remember), that day played Mexico VS Germany, I really wanted to go, but I had very little money, so I went to stadium to find a last minute cheap ticket, suddenly a police officer saw me and without saying a word… he took me by the hand and he gave the opportunity to see the game without paying at all. Thank you police officer- you made my day! (PLEASE…Don’t ask me the score…Grrrrrrrrr)

3. When I was in 5th grade, my teacher paid for my school fess because I didn’t have enough money. I was embarrassed but I was a child. I am so grateful for my teacher….. Thank you Teacher Amanda!

4. When I am facing a challenge, I think of MY MOTHER and I remember everything she has done for me/us….I just take a deep-deep breath- keep my chin up- my head high and I say: Move I will handle it, I can tackle any challenge life throws me, so the battle is over!

5. When I was 5 years old I had a cat eating food from my hand then she bit me, I fight back but she bit me stronger so I gave up… since then I don’t like cats… I don’t like cats!!

6. In 2007, I was in a very small town close to Winnipeg, Manitoba, I was driving in the middle of the forest, suddenly I hit the ditch I was one mile away from my destination, it was extremely dark I can only saw the white snow and a small light coming out from the living room of my destination… so, here I was walking by myself in this dark and freezing road, and the weather…. (- 45 C)

7. I grew up reading the map of my city, at the age of 8; I knew every single neighborhood in the second biggest city in Mexico. It was a huge accomplishment for me. (I was working with my father in his courier company)

8. I want to meet these gentlemen:
Nick Vujicic

Patch Adams

Chris Gardner,

Muhammad Ali,

George Foreman,

If you know them, if you have close connections with them …PLEASE let me know.. I really want to know them!

9. God is my CEO, Jesus is my Captain in Command, The Bible is my Blueprint, The Marketplace is my combat zone, My friends are my wealth and My FAMILY is my support… they are my cheerleaders and my biggest fans!

10. This is my dream

11 to 15 Pending!

Be Relentless, Be a Thriver!

Raul Urrutia

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Full Bio

A Passionate Entrepreneur and proud of his Latin background, Raul now resides inBeautiful Vancouver BC.

Admittedly an undeniable Underdog, his incredible survival skills and his Relentless whatever it takes attitude has catapulted him from underdog to accessing and connecting significantly with celebrities, personalities and authorities in virtually every lifestyle field has been a critical element in his success.

After reading the book “The Greatest Salesman in the World” by Og Mandino, he began his career at the age of 8 by launching a highly successful Errand Running business in the neighborhood charging ($1.00 peso per errand).

At the age of 10 he was selling flowers door to door and at the same time he was selling tickets for raffles. Selling Raffle Tickets was his favorite and more profitable business by far.

Just one year later, he became a supervisor in his father’s courier company, scheduling the most time- and cost-efficient delivery routes while developing rapport and leadership with much older staff members.

He learned by trial and error as he built up a skill set and became an unstoppable sales and closer machine. Since then, he has repeatedly demonstrated his ability to launch a successful business with little or no capital.

With his proven “Relentless Matrix” Method, Raul guides entrepreneurs to learn the lessons of change so they can not only survive but thrive and flourish in difficult times.

His entrepreneurial spirit was with him throughout his teenage years, but everything changed when two people murdered his father.

At the age of 20, Raul lost his father and, along with him, his dreams and expectations for the future. He was depressed and lost focus and ran away from life. He was afraid of people. Reality was very painful and he wanted to disappear. And for five years he was lost and confused.

In 1995, Raul was ready to get back to business, launching a retail clothing store with only seventy dollars in start-up capital. It was an immediate success. Business grew exponentially, and soon after he was managing several boutiques selling women’s apparel.

Unfortunately, by 2001, the textile industry had fallen into a recession. Although many of Raul’s suppliers fell into bankruptcy, he was able to use the profits from previous years to keep his business open. He survived the economic crisis, but decided to close his business in 2003, having lost everything, except his faith. Raul began to work with Alex Dey, who is one of Mexico’s best sales trainers, and he soon created his own sales training company.

Another difficult period in his life began with the unexpected loss of his stepfather and good friend, who was living in Winnipeg, a city in Canada, along with his mother and sister at that time.

Raul closed his Training Business and immigrated to Canada to better support his remaining family members. He had to accept an unskilled and undesirable job in order to receive his permanent residency, but he never stopped working toward his greater ambitions.

In 2008, after reading the book The Secrets of the Millionaire Mind, he moved to Vancouver with only $200 in his pocket, no friends and nowhere to stay.

Although the transition was difficult, he was inspired and committed to work with T. Harv Eker at Peak Potentials Training, which is one of the fastest-growing and most successful training companies in North America. (After three interviews he was hired)

All these difficulties and unexpected events have taught Raul to value every moment in life, every decision, and every word. He has learned first-hand about the challenges that immigrants face in adapting to a new culture, trying to learn how the system works and making the necessary connections for professional success and personal fulfillment.

Immigrating to another country requires speaking a foreign language, dealing with a different political and financial system, adapting to a new climate, trying new foods, and (in many cases) even struggling against racial discrimination and prejudice. These challenges can be overwhelming, creating feelings of culture shock and homesickness while making it almost impossible to rent or buy a home, or find a rewarding job.

Despite the ups and downs and all of the challenges he has never given up because of his Relentless Persistence.

Now he has decided to help other immigrants improve their lives by learning how to overcome all the challenges and obstacles that get between them and their dreams. His purpose is clear: to educate and prepare other individuals who are having similar experiences, helping them overcome obstacles and achieve success, however they may define it.

Raul has never stopped trying to expand and improve his skill set.

He has participated in many seminars, courses, and camps covering sales and marketing, leadership, personal growth, health, and other topics. In doing so, he has had the opportunity to travel throughout Canada, the United States, Central America interacting with highly Respected Trainers, including

Bill Bartmann,
Anthony Robins,
T. Harv Eker,
Blair Singer,
Alex Mandossian,
Les Brown,
Zig Ziglar,
Tom Hopkins,
John Maxwell,
among many-many others…….
and How to forget his first Mentor “Alex Dey” The Number One Motivational Speaker in Latin America.









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