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THE ENRICHMENT HOUR with Mike Schwager

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The Enrichment Hour

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My first guest is MARC ALLEN, a renowned publisher, author, composer, and speaker. On the day he turned thirty, Marc co-founded New World Library with Shakti Gawain, and as the company's president and publisher, he has guided it from a small start-up operation with no capital to one of the leading publishers in the spiritual/human potential field. Marc has written many books, including his upcoming book, The Greatest Secret of All, Visionary Business, The Millionaire Course, and The Type-Z Guide to Success. Marc and I will talk about "The Greatest Secret of All" - which helps readers get beyond the starting line; and his recent book, "Visionary Business: An Entrepreneur's Guide To Success". My second guest is MICHAEL KLEPPER, a renowned public relations and communications wizard and innovator, who once headed the Radio & Television and Media Training Departments of Burson-Marsteller, departments he also launched for that agency, one of the world’s largest. Harold Burson thanked Mike “for taking my agency into the electronic age.” Prior to joining Burson, Mike was a writer, producer and director for NBC News for seven years. Following his years at Burson, Mike founded his own agency, which became a respected media relations shop in its own right, Michael Klepper Associates in New York. Mike is also a former member of The Director’s Guild, and was Associate Producer of The Jerry Lewis Telethon the first two years it went national. Mike Klepper is the author of two successful “how-to” books: I’d Rather Die Than Give A Speech, with an introduction by renowned broadcast journalist Edwin Newman; and Getting Your Message Out: How To Get, Use & Survive Radio & Television Airtime. Mike also authored a highly acclaimed book, The Wealthy 100: From Benjamin Franklin to Bill Gates – A Ranking of the Richest Americans, Past and Present. Mike Klepper was my mentor in public relations; and it is an honor to have learned the craft from the genius he was and is.