Canadian based life coach, Pat Mazza, raises $100,000 for UNICEF Canada by cycling 100km a day for a month
Pat Mazza has taken his passion for helping people achieve their personal goals to a whole new level as he recently completed 30 days of nonstop cycling to raise funds for UNICEF Canada. The feat is looking like a Guinness World Record already, not particularly for the duration or distance cycled, but for the cause it was meant for and the money raised during the period.—
Pat Mazza is popularly known as a passionate life coach. Prior to following his passion as a life coach, Pat worked with big corporations, such as Google, Microsoft, and Hitachi, recording fantastic sales figures in his years with the companies. He has also consulted for over 30 public companies across different industries while featuring in major newspapers and magazines worldwide. Some of the features include The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Le Monde, Corriere della Sera, Forbes, Business Week, Paris Match, and Rolling Stone.
Pat’s daring decision to cycle for a month nonstop to raise funds to alleviate the sufferings of the needy came as little surprise to many that know him and his strong belief that life should be filled with abundance in all aspects. The decision is in line with his goal of creating a world where true wealth—spiritual, material, and intellectual—flows to, through, and from all individuals in an ever-expanding, never-ending cycle of abundance.
Pat Mazza has lent his support to the cause pursued by UNICEF Canada in the most daring way and will inspire tons of people in different parts of the globe to contribute in every way possible to help the needy in their community.
About Pat Mazza
Pat Mazza is a Canadian based life coach. He has worked in different capacities in big organizations across the globe. As a coach and public speaker, Pat has addressed over 1,000,000 people in hundreds of talks and seminars throughout the United States and Canada.
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