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THE ENRICHMENT HOUR with Mike Schwager

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Mike's guests on Tuesday’s March 23rd edition of The Enrichment Hour are: in the first half hour - Transformational Business Leadership Consultant DR. CLEVE STEVENS; and in the second half hour - British-born DAVID GIBBONS, host of "In Discussion" on VoiceAmerica, an in-depth exploration of the lives and thinking of leading-edge opinion leaders from around the world.

DR. CLEVE STEVENS, Ph.D, is a renowned authority on the psychology of leadership and the technology of leadership and organizational transformation.

He has served as an advisor and leadership development consultant to top business leaders and fortune 500 companies in North America, Europe and Asia. Dr. Stevens has taught leadership and business leadership at the University of Southern California, Beijing University (China) and North Eastern University (China).

Cleve is founder of Owl Sight Intentions Inc. (www.owlsightintentions.com), a business leadership consulting firm.

British-born DAVID GIBBONS is host of the radio show "In Discussion" on VoiceAmerica (see: www.davidgibbons.org), in-depth interviews with leading-edge opinion leaders from all fields and walks of life. David's show is broadcast through frank, positive and life-changing exchange, designed with the sole purpose of leading to a re-birth of our world community. Says Hollywood Cinematographer George Mooradian about David's show: "Bold, enlightened, avant-garde, even radically green. A great interviewer is a national treasure for the human odyssey."

Beginning on March 31st, and at the end of every month thereafter, David will air "New Letters from America" following in the footsteps of Alistair Cooke's "Letters from America" - a journey across the United States, between the post-war years to his passing in 2004. As a boy and into adulthood Gibbons was enchanted by the regular Sunday morning radio program broadcast on BBC's Radio Four.

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