Company Offering Free Seminar After National Promotions Tour

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Mike Fish, founder of Sound Life Education, and Monique Bohnsack hopped on their Harleys for a 48-state tour to get America back on track. Fish met with hundreds of people who had lost their jobs, homes or both. He listened to their stories, offered advice and his course materials. Now he is back in Rim Country where it all started with a free seminar in Pine later this month.

After a 48-state tour to promote the American dream, Mike Fish is back in the Rim Country where he started Sound Life Education six months ago.

Fish plans to give back to the community that helped make his dreams come true by offering a free seminar. The seminar is Sept. 29 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Pine Elementary School.

Fish started Sound Life, a financial planning and life education organization, to help individuals and families struggling to meet their life goals.

He works with people to rebuild their credit, buy a home, save for the future and create a financially sound life plan.

“My course teaches you to help yourself, your family, your children and everyone you care about see the opportunities that are out there. This world has been designed for you to succeed; everything is at your fingertips, but no one knows it is there. This course teaches strategies that help you understand the systems that have been made available to you to succeed that no one ever told you about,” Fish said on his Web site.

When Fish first started the business in February, he offered a free seminar to get his message out.

Around 100 people showed up and by the end, everyone had purchased his course materials.

Realizing his wisdom and materials could benefit a larger audience than just the Rim Country, Fish and Monique Bohnsack set out to do a national tour to promote Sound Life and “get the country back on track.”

“I felt that with the economy, a lot of people were affected across the country,” he said.

Fish and Bohnsack hopped on their Harleys and started driving. They stopped in towns, talked with the media and met with people at the local cafés.

Fish said he realized that even with people losing their jobs and their homes there is a lot of hope left.

Fish continues to be a guest on national syndicated radio shows and television news stations but said he wanted to come back to Payson where it all began.

At the free seminar, Fish and his colleagues will be setting up free consultations with everyone. Fish said he hopes to reach as many people as he can and assist them “in whatever it is that they are struggling with financially.”

Sound Life also offers a free advice hotline, (877) 397-2220.

For more information, visit www.soundlifeeducation.com.

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