Reasons you may want to contact me.

  • If you are interested in having me speak at your event, please review my Speaking page for details.
  • If you want to schedule an interview for radio, TV, webinar, podcast, etc. please use the form below. Be sure to include all program details along with requested interview time and date. My publicist has created this press kit for the media. (Robert Dickie Press Kit)
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  • I will accept guest posts whose content and resources add to the dialogue of this website and provide value to my audience.


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  2. I’m currently reading your book “The Leap”, which I found very helpful but I have a question for you.
    In it you said that we need a mentor or life coach. How can I do that when I’m financially struggling and can’t really afford one and I also not very social, therefore, I don’t know anyone that can be a mentor?

    • Rosa,

      I highly recommend seeking a mentor or coach in your local area that would be willing to help you. You don’t have to pay for a “full time” professional coach. Some of my best mentors and coaches have been people I knew who were older and wiser than me that were willing to spend a hour a week talking to me over coffee helping me through business or personal issues. That is where I would start. I have found that successful people always like paying it forward and helping others. Just be a good student. Be respectful of their time! I am confident you will be able to find someone who will help you on your journey. I hope this helps! Bob