Pronounced - Hike Ta-de-vos-yan
Hayk Tadevosyan is a proud father, husband, deacon, athlete and entrepreneur passionate about serving his community and inspiring others to reach their goals.
Hayk owns and operates a thriving insurance and construction business that he built from scratch. With the years of coaching and developing his top producing teams, he has developed great joy in coaching and consulting other business owners, professionals, aspirants and team members on replicable sales systems, processes of entrepreneurship and personal development.
Hayk brings a unique approach to the definition of success. His inspirational story of perseverance despite the immense odds, has helped him inspire others to grow and achieve the success they’ve longed for.
Hayk Tadevosyan immigrated to United States at only 13 years of age with his father, having only a few hundred US dollars in their pockets. Since it was financially impossible to bring the entire family to the United States, his mother, sister and brother had to stay in Armenia, a former Soviet Republic, resulting in a 7 year separation of the family.
While the father and son duo slept on roll up mattresses and couches in rooming houses, they often went hungry with only Hayk’s provided school lunch available, to feed them both. Hayk developed an unusual fear of new places from all the relocating they did during his childhood years. Moving from city to city, state to state to find work was unavoidable given the circumstances, as it was not an option to skip sending money to their family in Armenia.
From humble beginnings in Armenia, where he lived without the luxury of running water or electricity, often going hungry, to now a successful businessman – Hayk has been described by many as a modern example of the American dream in action.
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The Manual to Why Most Successful People Feel Unfulfilled and What to Do About
Like most of us, I was made to believe during my childhood years that the ultimate source of happiness is money, and that it's the “panacea” for all our struggles.”
So, I worked very hard and early on accomplished financially, what many people don’t in a lifetime. By the time I was in my early twenties, I had already owned two businesses generating six-figure residual income every month that continued to increase every year.
Each year, I would work less, but make more money. I assumed I would feel secure, happy and successful by having what I never had growing up: financial stability.
The truth was, I felt empty and unaccomplished. The thirst and desire for success never went away. Somehow, my thirst wasn't quenched. I began to look at other areas of my life that lacked success and started to understand, if the other areas of my life are unbalanced, I could not achieve happiness and success regardless of how much money and financial success I achieved.
This was when I truly felt like I was the most successful man on earth despite the fact that I wasn't the wealthiest, healthiest, had the biggest family, or the most friends. Yet, I had found what I had been searching for my entire life, a healthy BALANCE of family, fitness, friendships and finances. Read More