Blogs

Book Lovers Day in America

August 9th is BOOK LOVER’S DAY in America. If you are a library association, a teachers’ union, literacy advocates, or any group that love and encourage reading, why not invite a fabulous author for your next keynote? There are many wonderful authors that are terrific speakers. An author at your next conference or meeting might […]

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Famine and the Celebrity Chefs Who Help Fight It

The Trump administration just gave an additional $169 million to feed people facing starvation in Ethiopia and Kenya according to USAID, the government’s humanitarian relief agency.  This increased aid comes as numerous countries in the region face crisis-level food shortages due to armed conflict, prolonged drought and economic upheaval. It is hard to imagine or […]

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Environmental Speakers

According to Dan Charles of NPR, every year a “dead zone” appears in the Gulf of Mexico. It’s an area where water doesn’t have enough oxygen for fish to survive. And every year, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) commissions scientists to venture out into the Gulf to measure it. This week, NOAA announced that this […]

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2028 Olympics and Fitness

It has been announced that Los Angeles will host the 2028 Summer Olympics! This will be in the news for years to come and bring to the forefront more discussions on fitness and Olympic athletes.  Leading authorities relate fitness to good health and longevity, as well as looking your best – so it is always […]

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Struggling with Addiction

Sad to hear that the Linkin Park lead singer, Chester Bennington, died recently of an apparent suicide.  Bennington was quite open about his struggle with drug addiction, and it is not a huge leap to assume that his addiction contributed significantly to his suicide. There are many motivational speakers who address this issue from personal […]

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