Mindfulness W/ Marketing Expert, Producer & Actor Gordon Fraser

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Phoenix, AZ — 03/14/2018 — The interview will discuss:

1) More about Gordon Fraser's life, what he has been up to recently, his acting, his new adventure filming a Comedy Web Series, and him being influenced by Wayne Dyer.

2) The Benefits of Mindfulness, including improved health, happiness, overcoming depression, find your life's purpose, receive answers from your soul, eliminate addictions, and much more.

According to Healthline.com, 350 million people worldwide suffer from Depression. That is 5% of the world's population.

About Gordon Fraser
Gordon Fraser is a Career/Marketing expert & philanthropist. He is the President of Gordon Fraser and Associates, LLC & U.S. Executive National Vice President and Independent Consultant with Arbonne International, overseeing a network of 50,000 global consultants & retail buyers in excess of $80m across Germany, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, & Poland.

As a Philanthropist, Gordon works with a number of causes close to him.

Originally from Scotland, Gordon splits his time between Los Angeles & London. Gordon graduated from LAMDA in 2003 & has since become a SAG-AFTRA Producer. Using his acting abilities, he is currently filming “The G-Spot,” a comedy web series loosely based on his life with acclaimed psychics 'The Psychic Twins.'

Trying his hand at new creative endeavours, Gordon is working with designer Bruno Lima to launch a men's luxury swimwear line in early 2018.


Tips to Keep You Healthy, Happy, and Motivated Radio Show on Voice America's Health and Wellness Channel:


Follow Gordon here: https://twitter.com/gordon_fraser

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