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'Empower America Hour' with Ed Foreman!

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ED FOREMAN…from a farm boy to a self-made millionaire by the age of 26 and a former United States Congressman from two different states, Texas and New Mexico.

Ed is not a “reporter”… he lives his message of health, wealth and happiness that is helping business leaders from around the world get more meaningful living out of life, reduce their levels of stress and anxiety, turn worry into success and have more fun! A dynamic business entrepreneur and active civic leader, Ed has developed numerous programs and products and persuasively “sells” the success formula he lives by.

One Association Executive says, “Listening to Ed Foreman speak is like trying to drink from a fire hose…he delivers so much useful, meaningful information with such enthusiasm…it is truly memorable, exciting and refreshing!”

Ed was “positively” featured on CBS News’ “60 Minutes.” In addition to his internationally popular 3-day SUCCESSFUL LIFE Course, Ed “tailors” presentations using his client’s terminology and themes to address specific areas of interest.

Ed Foreman holds the Council of Peers Award for Excellence (CPAE), the highest honor bestowed by the National Speakers Association, held by fewer than 100 people worldwide and is one of only eight people to receive the Distinguished Faculty Award of the Institute For Management Studies. He received a standing ovation in 2008 as he was honored with a “Legends of The Speaking Profession” Lifetime Achievement Award.

Ed has been featured in hundreds of magazines and newspaper articles, including “Portrait of Ed Foreman” in Dallas Magazine, and, more recently, “Isn’t Life Terrific?” in the July 2009 issue of Success Magazine.

For more information, please visit www.edforeman.com

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