I have known Sieg Taylor since 1981, and over that time have seen him grow, succeed, build, and innovate his way to success and security while helping countless others achieve their goals. I first knew Sieg as a high school student and would best characterize him as bold. At the end of his senior year, he approached me out the blue and asked to accompany me on a fishing trip to Montana. To say I was surprised begs the question! That said, he did come with me, and that trip has led to a thirty-plus year relationship. Over those thirty years, I have seen Sieg grow from a tentative college graduate with unclear prospects to a masterful salesman, business owner, trainer, marketer, developer of commercial property, and hardcore entrepreneur who seems to succeed at virtually everything he touches. In my view, Sieg’s success stems from three qualities central to success: vision, boldness, and boundless optimism. Almost from the day he left college, Sieg has had a vision of success rooted in acquiring financial security and lifting others on the way to achieving it. He has been successful on all counts. A core business provided the stability for Sieg to venture into a couple of multilevel marketing endeavors that not only earned him substantial income, but also did the same for dozens if not hundreds of others. Sieg’s vision also included family. He was patient and deliberate in his search for a life partner, whom he found in Deedrian. With Deedrian, Sieg has forged a tight family unit comprised of his partner Deedrian and two highly successful children. This core has grounded Sieg and supported him in every endeavor. Sieg is nothing if not bold. Rather than work for someone in a foundering business, Sieg simply took the bold step of buying the business. He then invested his energy and vision to not only make it succeed, but grow to the extent that it could help fund other ventures. Boldness coupled with an insatiable curiosity about what works in business allowed the student in Sieg to emerge and devour book after book on best practices and motivation. Sieg sees the best in all people; he sees opportunity where others see only difficulty, and he is convinced that his efforts will be rewarded with success and satisfaction not only for himself, but also for those with whom he is associated. Anyone hoping to succeed and seeking guidance would do well to enlist Sieg’s aid.