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Allen Klein is an award-winning professional speaker and author with an extensive fan following. He has sold over 600,000 books and counting. He is the world’s only certified “Jollytologist” and currently resides in San Francisco, California.
His new book, You Can't Ruin My Day, comes out in May. You Can’t Ruin My Day contains 52 themes to help readers take back their power and not let other people or other situations ruin their day. Each of these themes has three sections. They are:
- Wake-Up Call (The potential day-ruiner)
- Follow-Up Exercise (Practical steps to turn it around)
- Lighten-Up Laugh (Gaining a fresh perspective and moving right along)
Keep these tools in your arsenal of things to help you maneuver around roadblocks, setbacks, or upsets you might encounter on any given day. You have the power and do not need to give it away to anyone or any circumstance. Have a great day everyday!
Having the Time of Your Life: Little Lessons to Live By is another recent book by Allen in which he has compiled five hundred quotations from the world’s greatest thinkers on the mystery that is life. Sometimes all you need is a fresh perspective on life to make every day meaningful, so let yourself soak up Allen Klein’s bite-sized bursts of inspiration.
Teresa Morrow, host of Inspiration Nation invites author Allen Klein
About Allen Klein:
Ever hear of a "Jollytologist®"? Well meet the world's one and only Allen Klein. Through his books and his presentations, Klein shows people worldwide how to deal with everything from traffic jams to tragedies.
Klein got into this unusual line of work after his wife died of a rare liver disease at the age of 34. He saw how humor helped her, and those around her, cope. He also saw how humor helped him get through that loss. He now teaches others how to find some in trying times. Those audiences include people in 48 states as well as Israel and Australia, and clients from IBM to the IRS.
Klein is an award-winning speaker and best-selling author. He is the recipient of a Toastmasters Communication and Leadership Award and a Certified Speaking Professional designation from the National Speakers Association. (Less than 800 of its 4,000 members have this honor.) Klein has authored, among other books, The Healing Power of Humor, Quotations to Cheer You Up, Up Words for Down Days, and The Courage to Laugh. The first book, The Healing Power of Humor, shows people how to use humor to deal with everyday trials and tribulations; the latter book, The Courage to Laugh, documents how people have used humor to triumph over tragedy.
Klein has a master's degree in humor from St. Mary's College in Minnesota (and that's no joke!) And he is well suited to his subject. Years before becoming a "Jollytologist®", Klein was nicknamed the "King of Whimsy" because he designed all the children shows at CBS television in New York City. Among those productions was one you probably remember the Captain Kangaroo show.
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Rahrig started 36 times and appeared in 40 games during his career. He started 19 times at center, 12 times at left guard and five times at right guard. Rahrig graduated with a bachelor of science degree in exercise science in December 2014.
2014 Honors: Elected team captain along with Tevin Coleman, Bobby Richardson and Shane Wynn ... honorable mention All-Big Ten (coaches and media) ... nominee for the Rimington Trophy and the Burlsworth Trophy ... received Indiana's Howard Brown "Dedication to IU Football" Award.
2014 (Senior): Started all 12 games, the first six at center and the final six at left guard ... played a team-high 808 snaps and allowed just two sacks ... finished second among the linemen with 56 knockdowns ... the team set a program single-season record with 3,163 rushing yards ... Indiana averaged 263.6 rushing yards per game (ninth nationally, third in the Big Ten) and 405.0 total yards (fifth in the Big Ten) ... the Hoosiers gained 200 yards 10 times (tied for ninth nationally, third in the Big Ten), averaged 5.9 yards per carry (eighth nationally, second in the Big Ten) and scored 29 times on the ground (tied for 33rd nationally, sixth in the Big Ten) ... Tevin Coleman became the 18th player in FBS history to rush for 2,000 yards (2,036), which set a school record, is 15th on the FBS all-time list and sixth in Big Ten history ... Coleman was Indiana's third unanimous consensus All-American and finished seventh in Heisman Trophy voting ... IU offensive player of the week (Purdue) ... six-time game captain ... earned a scholarship for the 2014 season at the conclusion of spring practice.
Sarah Jessica Parker—one of the many parents in New York City and beyond whose children have benefited greatly from Dr. Klein’s guidance and now your children can too —HOW TODDLERS THRIVE, unpacks the toddler mind, making sense of the unique combination of headstrong independence and need for close attachment that can be perplexing to both new and experienced parents. With a blend of groundbreaking research and tender insight, Dr. Tovah P. Klein, director of the esteemed Barnard Toddler Center has become the go-to expert for parents seeking a practical, adaptable set of techniques for “cracking the code”of their toddler’s behavior.
Klein and her research team study children’s social and emotional development, the influence of parents on children’s development, and the experience of being a parent in the early years. The research looks at the ways mothers and fathers transition to parenthood and negotiate the challenges of work and family issues. Another line of research focuses on the impact of trauma on young children and their families, looking at children who were direct witness to the events of 9/11. A newer study examines how toddlers communicate through and use play to process and learn about emotions, from everyday/typical situations (i.e., separation) to stressful (i.e., a new baby; emergency room visits) and traumatic situations.
Today is Inspirational Sunday on Health Blast Radio with Dr. Jeanette Gallagher and Allen Klein. Have you ever thought about your Mom and how important that relationship is. If you grew up happy and loved or challenged and angry, we all have made it to this day regardless. As we grow older, have children of our own and make it to the last phase of our lives, we can reflect on the past. It is important to share stories about out families and mothers and as each decade passes, so do the stories and their importance. Learn your legacy and share the love. Allen's new book has words of wisdom to guide you on the path: Mom's the Word: the wit, wisdom and wonder of motherhood.
For more information visit: www.AllenKlein.com
Inspirational Sunday with Allen Klein and Dr. Jeanette on thoughts of love from Allen's new book Words of Love: Quotations from the Heart. We have so many different kinds of love: of family, spouse, children, work, nature and spiritual. Yet, as our world continues to shake us with new challenges each day, the feelings and appreciation for love seem to slip into the background of our lives. Today we will be reminding you of the simple pleasures of love and how it truly makes the world go round.
For more information visit: www.AllenKlein.com
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Inspirational Sunday with Allen Klein and Dr. Jeanette
Today's book is The Art of Living Joyfully: How to be happier every day of the year.
Allen and Dr. Jeanette share their thoughts and words about how to lighten up, enjoy your family and embrace love in every moment. Allen has quotes from hundreds of people who have learned that life is a journey and it is meant to be enjoyed even with the challenges we all face.
For more information on Allen Klein and to purchase his books of inspiration visit: www.allenklein.com
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