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Journeying with Dr. Ni--Ken D. Foster and E. Ethelbert Miller

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Journeying with us today are two phenomenal men: Best-selling Author, International Speaker, Business Strategist and Intuitive Mentor Ken D. Foster of Premier Coaching (www.premiercoaching.com), and Poet, Author, and Literary Activist E. Ethelbert Miller (www.eethelbertmiller.com). The accolades for both are downright stunning.

Ken is one of the country's leading figures in the science of business and consciousness. Over the last 19 years Ken has worked with thousands of clients who have increased their awareness, changed viewpoints and have transcended their limitations around business, money, success, relationship, and communication. Ken is a master at guiding clients to find the deep answers to their greatest challenges in business and life by showing them how to attain soulful communion and apply proven methods to realize peace, abundance, joy, and fulfillment. He will speak with us today about the techniques he uses, how he came to the path of the work he does, and the many ways his clients struggle then overcome.

E. Ethelbert Miller knows all that it is possible to know about African American literature; he is an international expert on Black writing. He has written over 11 books as well as four anthologies and counting. He is the board chairperson of the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), a progressive multi-issue think tank and a board member of The Writer's Center and editor of Poet Lore magazine.  From 1974-2015, he was the director of the African American Resource Center at Howard University.  Mr. Miller is the former chair of the Humanities Council of Washington, D.C. and a former core faculty member of the Bennington Writing Seminars at Bennington College. We will speak with Poet Miller about several issues of the day, learning from the breath, depth, and width of his vast knowledge of the legacy that is African American writing.