“Inspiring and entertaining for all ages. For those who would prefer to create a fulfilling life centered around their true passions, this book could help inspire you to accept the challenge and pursue the life you choose.” – Don Gordon Bydan Wealth Management.
“…this book is needed to enhance the self-help section of your library, to promote self-awareness in an encouraging manner, and to observe, in awe and wonder, how much a life might include.” – Valdy
“Barry’s book will take you on a journey into a world of courage and perseverance. It teaches you to think big and keep pushing from the get-go. I thoroughly enjoyed it cover to cover.” – Jabbz Farooqi Consultant & entrepreneur
Barry Casson, csc, Public Speaker
How To Become Who You Were Meant To Be.
get the exact step by step process I used, to not only tour as Chuck Berry’s Drummer and with Victoria’s own David Foster, but to train in Hollywood and created Vancouver Island’s first Film School!
My proven methods of personal self growth and the passion to follow me dreams, have allowed me such things as taking a small film with no sponsors and no budget, to a Chicago Film Festival Winner and International Acclaim!
When you’re looking for a public speaker it makes smart business sense to hire someone who has been there, done that and has the T-shirt. Someone who has become successful in every one of his career changes.
Someone who is optimistic, with an engaging personality, that can motivate an audience from personal experience.
And that certainly is Barry Casson csc. His inspirational talks and presentations on “How to Become Who You Were Meant to Be” are loaded with the tools and techniques to change your life.
The perfect choice for your next event, conference, meeting or seminar.
Passion for your Work Could Change Your Life… It Changed Mine!
I received an article recently that mentioned the number one thing that people regretted on their deathbed. That number one thing was... "Not following their passion and doing what they wanted to do in life to make a living". I found myself thinking about my own life and the numerous professions I have been involved in. I actually felt good that I had followed my own passions and belief in myself [...]