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Igniting Your Child's Inner Executive with True and Ken Tamplin

At age 13, True’s father Ken Tamplin was offered to be the lead singer for Journey.

Despite desperately needing the money, the 5-year touring contract was too great a sacrifice. He turned the offer down, and now True has checked every box an executive would want for his son: giving his grad speech, covering The Daily Pilot, garnering a full-ride to his school of choice, maintaining Suma Cum Laude 4.0 GPA, marrying the girl of his dreams, running a successful Analytics and Online Marketing company, and writing an Amazon #1 Bestseller, all by the age of 22. True is utterly convicted that none of his early successes would have come had his father accepted the Journey contract.

Now True’s story has become his plea to fight for executives to spend more time with their sons. True has gone on to become a CEO coach and has begun developing a mentor program for their sons to one day outdo their fathers.

If you feel True’s story ought to be heard by your organization, email his assistant:
www.truetamplin.com

www.facebook.com/truetamplinofficial/

www.facebook.com/kentamplin/

www.youtube.com/kentamplin

The Language of Being with Josselyne Herman-Saccio

Friends are fighting. Families are fighting. Politicians are fighting. Has humanity really been reduced to arguments over who’s right and who’s wrong? Landmark seminar leader Josselyne Herman-Saccio invites us to consider learning a new language: the language of being.

For over 37 years, Josselyne has led programs for Landmark Worldwide, an international training and development company, for the past twenty four years, programs designed to inspire effectiveness and creativity in others enabling them to make their own dreams come true as well as make the world a better place.  www.landmarkworldwide.com

Alison Lea Sher is a journalist, biographer, creative writer, and millennial expert. She collaborates with companies across the US, pioneering socially-minded startups and nonprofits by aligning their initiatives with millennial perspectives. She is the editor-in-chief of Best Chefs America, and her articles can be found in places like The Huffington Post and the City Paper. In her spare time, Alison records avant-garde poetry albums about life, death, and preservation and the pursuit for political, interpersonal, and psychological liberation. She lives in Asheville, North Carolina.

Today we discuss Alison's insightful new book: "The Millennial's Guide to Changing the World: A New Generation’s Handbook to Being Yourself and Living with Purpose"

www.millennials-incorporated.com