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Join us weekly to be motivated, entertained and inspired by some of the world's top positive thinkers. Founded in 1995, our organization includes over 500 notable Positive Thinkers from all walks of life, including the late Dr. Norman Vincent Peale (Best-selling author of The Power of Positive Thinking), Zig Ziglar, Chuck Norris, Jim Palmer (Hall of Fame baseball pitcher), and Florida Senator Marcio Rubio, just to name a few. Our purpose is to recognize and honor Positive Thinkers who overcome seemingly insurmountable difficulties to make a positive contribution to the world and who are willing to help others do the same.

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Ted Bergman grew up in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles, sold his first TV comedy script, The Munsters, while still a senior at UCLA and claims that girls still continued to ignore him. A short time later he became the youngest staff writer for The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, earning an Emmy nomination which he claims he's never lived up to. Bergman's producing and writing credits range from The Hollywood Squares to All in the Family, Sanford and Son, What's Happening, Gimme a Break, The Garry Shandling Show and way too many unsold pilots like, Who Needs Friends?! and The al-Qaida Comedy Hour. Ted and his wife Kathy, a mosaic artist, now live in Northern California, in the heart of the Napa Sonoma wine country with their Abyssinian cat, Cecil and their Jack Russell Terrier, Jake. Ted Bergman's current comedy projects are his website: dogsandcatsgohollywood.com and a YouTube Channel that is premiering his new web series, The Canine Cat News Network. Ted describes CCNN as funny, irreverent, anti-cute take on the news, seen through the eyes of it's co-anchors, a freewheeling feline named, Ziggy and an tightly wound Terrier named, Jake.
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Mark LeBlanc Started small business success in 1992. No one has created a more comprehensive business development philosophy that Mark. His flagship presentation Growing your Business! Contains the wisdom, insights, strategies,... more

Tamara Kleinberg was the youngest person ever named to a leadership position in a leading global advertising agency and shows people how to take their creativeness to the next level. Disney and General Mills are among her clients... more

Robin Miller has a PhD in musicology and a Master of Divinity and is one of the leading edge coaches in showing you how to communicate better and moore effectively. Robins clients include the NFL, Coors and a varitey of businesses... more

Elaine Dumler has been keeping military families together with her books and speaking at conferences and military installations since 2003. She has been featured in Ladies Home Journal, NY times and on TV and radio, including... more

Dr. Freelance will show you how to be a freelance writer and what it takes to write a successful book. Jake Poinier is a former college athlete and knows what it takes to be a winner. You will also view the Beautiful Mrs. World-April... more

Susan Bock is an expert at getting the most out of your abilities. You really know more than you think you do and you should have doubts, but never about your self.. Learn how to magnify your abliities, and what you have to offer the world.

Listen to advocacy expert Roger Rickard show you how to go through the process of furthering your cause or idea.

Danielle Turcola is an expert worth listening to

Karen Rontowski has appeared with Letterman, Bob Hope, David Brenner, Ray Charles and the Monkees weith her fast paced humor and is even featured on a new line of greeting cards called "Frank and Funny," that you can find in Target... more

Musician, producer author Don Sawyer has a lot to bring to the table and is passionate for the homeless. Find out how some homeless even work part time, which is contrary to the belief that homeless do not want to work.
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