What up dudes (and dudettes)? My name is Diego Rodriguez and you are on my website. This of course, is the ABOUT ME page where I'm supposed to tell you why I'm so awesome and why you need to give me all your money and all that kind of stuff.

Or at least I'm supposed to write this page as if someone else wrote it about me. You know, some biographer or news reporter who is telling all of you "little people" about my incredible life and skills and talents. Yup, its lame—but come on—we all know that's what ABOUT ME pages typically look like.

But fortunately for you, my friend, I'm not that kind of a dude. I’m not going to do that to you. You see, I'm really just a regular dude with a very particular set of skills—not entirely unlike Liam Neeson in Taken. And those skills may or may not be of value to you.

So instead of boring you to death, I'm only going to bore you with the following two things:

1. Who I am (so you know for certain I'm not a liberal Democrat).
2. What I do and why it might matter to you.

That's it. Deal? Okay, lets roll..


For what its worth, I'm a die-hard in the wool American patriot who bleeds red, white, and blue. I moved my family to Florida (because I love FREEDOM)—though I travel a lot and reside outside of the United States, and my family joins me on my adventures as often as possible. And yes, I let my two of my daughters marry white guys just to prove I'm not a racist.

Also, I sometimes call my wife "smoking hot" but apparently that offends some people, so I'll just say that my smoking hot wife is gorgeous instead. But really, she is smoking hot!

In case you're wondering, I used to have dogs and cats, but I don't anymore. Our 2 dogs were Patriot and Liberty. Our two cats were Funk and Groove. But they're gone. I plan on getting another cat and naming her, "Ari." You know, Ari-gato.

For some strange reason, I've been told that people want to learn about you and the things you like to do on your ABOUT page. Okay, fine. If you really must know, I like funk music and I've played funk bass guitar for over 30 years. I love cheeseburgers. My buddy Frank Kern got me started surfing and I got addicted to it for awhile—but I haven't surfed since February 2015 when I took a nasty spill in Del Mar and tore my ACL. So, I took up Scuba Diving and got addicted to that. I even started a dive business on the side and I dive almost every month somewhere (yes, I know, it's a pretty sick addiction). My wife is my dive partner and all of my kids are certified divers—because diving is awesome. You should try it.

I'm a meat and potatoes kind of guy. I don't eat Mexican food (except when I'm in Mexico, duh). But like I said, I really love cheeseburgers. But I don't eat fast food burgers, because they're nasty. Except for In-N-Out. I love In-N-Out. And In-N-Out loves me. And while I don't eat fast food, I do make exceptions for Chick Fil-A, because you know…those chicken sandwiches and waffle fries are pre-blessed, baby!

I like to shoot guns. I like fast cars. I like to travel. I used to really like FC Barcelona, but now that Messi and Suarez are gone—well, what's the point? I love a cold glass of purified water. I like Funk, Rock, Blues, Jazz, and Gospel music. I like gadgets. I like sharks and eagles. I like beautiful women—so much so, that I went and married one! And yes, I'm an unabashed christian conservative who still believes that the family is the greatest institution on planet earth!

Most people never list the things they don't like, but I'm going to do it anyway. I don't like rude people or people that suck. You know why? Because people who suck, suck. And I don't like people who can't take a joke. I don't like political correctness. I don't like dramatic women or effeminate men. I don't like people who get offended over anything. I don't like criminals. I don't like things that smell bad. And you know those wussy little small cars that look like baby's booties—or like little boxes with wheels? Yeah, I don't like those. I don't like high fructose corn syrup. Or psychotropic drugs. I don't like oppression or corruption. I hate lies. I don't like people who don't smile—I mean, what's up with that? I don't like whiny little liberals. I don't like high taxes or big government. I am fundamentally opposed to communism, socialism, fascism, feminism, and the great big lie of evolution. I don't like pain or suffering anywhere in the world. And I don't like people who don't take responsibility for their own lives and their own actions. Or people who blame things on the devil. Sheesh. Come on, people. (After all, I was a Pastor of church for 10 years and still serve in the ministry—so don't play that blame game with me.)

And since the world changed in 2020, I might as well come on out and tell you that I don't like the COVID scam. Yes, it is and was a scam. Sure, the virus was real and really exists but NO, the governments around the world and their outrageous and tyrannical response(s) was a complete scam based on lies. Everyone with a brain knows that. I refused to wear masks and NO, I'm not "vaccinated" and I never will be. So suck it!


Well, I believe a lot of stuff. But here's a good place to get started:

I believe in One God who created all things and who has communicated to us through the Bible. Yup, I actually believe that. Wholeheartedly.

Moreover, I believe in the individual and in independence. I believe in small restricted governments to allow every individual maximum freedom so they can create, produce, and achieve. I believe that history and logic provide ample evidence to demonstrate that societies which are founded on the principle of restraining government instead of restraining individuals are the best and most prosperous societies.

I believe that the answer and grand solution to the economic ills of the world lie in the free market. And by FREE, I mean FREE. Regrettably, I do not believe that America, nor any country in the world truly lives in a free market, and this is a travesty.

I also believe that entrepreneurs—not governments, not community organizations, and not even churches—are the primary means for societal greatness, prosperity, and progress. It is an empirical fact, that entrepreneurs have done more collective good for the world than governments, charities, treaties, or any other institution.

I believe that building, restoring, supporting, and maximizing entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial opportunities is the key to preserving American greatness, maximizing international peace, and minimizing poverty. I believe entrepreneurship is ministry. I legitimately believe that. And I challenge you to prove me wrong.

And I even believe that it is a moral duty and obligation for those of us who have been blessed and privileged to live in a generally "free society" to exercise our freedom through entrepreneurship and to succeed wildly so as to lift up as many others as possible in our efforts to excel as individuals.

I believe a lot more than this, but that's enough. Enough about me.


My life and occupation is really pretty simple. Most people consider me a business growth consultant—and what that means is that I help businesses grow their companies. That's it. Simple as that. If you own or run a business, and you want it to grow—then I can make that happen. I'm your man. That is my particular set of skills. Skills that I have acquired over a very long career. Over 26 years to be exact.

Here's the short story of how it got started...

In my early years as a young married man, I spent my time in sales. Over time, I really started gravitating towards personal development because I spent a lot of time listening to Zig Ziglar and Jim Rohn. Eventually, I went to work for Franklin Covey and even started training others on the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.

But during this time, I got turned on to Jay Abraham. I rigorously studied his work and began to implement his strategies into my selling and had incredible results. Over time, I integrated the concepts of personal development, selling, and marketing and built my own system for business leverage and growth.

I then went on to start my own Marketing Consulting firm and used my own techniques to grow the company rapidly. I then trained directly with Jay Abraham himself. Ultimately, I spent a few additional years refining my system in the real world and adding new online marketing techniques I learned from some of my friends who were experts in that field. The result was a systematized program called the Power Marketing Program that allows me to systematically grow any company in any industry of any size. So far, the system has a 100% success rate. So in other words—the system is awesome!

Over time, word got out about what I was doing and marketers all around the world were contacting me and asking me to train them. So, we developed a training program to do that and created the Power Marketing Consultants Network—which is a network of professional marketers and marketing agencies who have all been trained to use the Power Marketing Program.

So that's that. That's what I do. I help business owners and entrepreneurs from all industries, of any size, in any place, grow their companies, and ultimately become the #1 company in their industry and in their marketplace. And I train other marketers to do the same thing (when they join the Power Marketing Consultants Network).

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Diego Rodriguez Tall
1317 Edgewater Dr. Suite 5077
Orlando, FL 32804
(321) 977-1444