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Tom T. Moore is an author, speaker, and is in the entertainment business, where for the last 25 years he has been president and CEO of his own international motion picture and TV program distribution business, based in Dallas, Texas. During this time, he has co-executive produced several movies and TV shows, and has traveled extensively as part of his business duties to international film markets held in Cannes, France, Milan, Italy, Los Angeles, California and Budapest, Hungary. He brings a keen knowledge of how requesting Benevolent Outcomes can be used in both business affairs and in one’s personal life, and relates many personal stories regarding these requests. He says that in requesting Benevolent Outcomes for over the past fourteen years has resulted in leading a gentler, less stressful, and less fearful life—The Gentle Way! His books, The Gentle Way: A Self-Help Guide For Those Who Believe in Angels and The Gentle Way II: The Story Continues (ISBN #s 1-891824-60-0 & 978-1-891824-80-7, Light Technology) give many more suggestions for requesting Benevolent Outcomes. Visit his website at www.TheGentleWayBook.com. Before becoming an international film distributor, Mr. Moore owned and operated, with his wife, an international wholesale tour company, selling tours through 3,000 travel agents nationwide. That business began out of his first successful venture, a ski club for single adults, which grew to be the largest snow ski club in Texas. Mr. Moore is still an avid skier, and loves to ski both in the United States and Canada, and Europe. Mr. Moore graduated with a BBA in Finance from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas, and served in the U.S. Army as a 1st Lieutenant. He is a native of Dallas, Texas, is married, and has two children.
For more information go to http://thegentlewaybook.com/
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