EP 068: A Bulldog Taught Me How to Change the World Through Dreams

The CashPT Lunch Hour with Aaron LeBauer

Your impossible dreams are possible! Going a little out of the norm, Aaron wants to read you a story today. Sit back and enjoy as Aaron reads the amazing children’s book Charley the Bulldog’s Daring Dream by Andy Frisella. Hear how you can change the world through your dreams and your clinic. If someone has told you that your dreams are impossible, then let Charley teach you what to do with those dreams.


It’s harder to make your dreams come true if you keep them to yourself.

Aaron LeBauer


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In This Episode:

  • The backstory of a children’s book and why this is relevant to you!
  • Dreams cause you to break the mold: How Charley uses enthusiasm to make dreams happen
  • What passion and devotion can create when applied to dreams according to Charley
  • How to react when people doubt your dreams
  • The 2 things you need to start right now to make your dreams happen
  • Fear controls other people, but Aaron wants you to do this with other peoples’ fear
  • Aaron’s dream: The biggest way Aaron hopes to change the world through PT                                                                 

Episode Resources:Charley the Bulldog’s Daring Dream by Andy Frisella

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About The Author

Aaron LeBauer

Aaron LeBauer PT, DPT, LMBT started a 100% cash based physical therapy practice right after graduation. He's on a mission to save 100 million people from unnecessary surgery & enjoys helping passionate therapists build successful businesses without relying on insurance.

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