Ken Bossone is president of the World Positive Thinkers Club, which includes over 500 celebrities of the sports and business world. Members include Joni Earickson Tada- paralyzed author and artist, Donovan McNabb, Andy Reid, Tom Brady, Peyton & Eli Manning, Dwight Howard, Dwayne Wade, Lance Armstrong, Mrs. Ruth Stafford Peale, and the late Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, and the late Margaret Gorman (the first Miss America). Cal Ripkin, Jr., Michael Phelps, and Emeril Lagasse are also a card-carrying members. Lance Armstrong, Bill Belicheck, Mrs. Peale, Andy Reid, Larry King, President Bush, Governor Sarah Palin, Dwane Wade, and the late Gordon B. Hinckley and many successful business people and athletes have a copy of his second book. Ken started the club in 1995 and voluntary dues start in 2009. Plans are to use funds to help hungry children, and the club has already adopted a child in Appalachia.
Ken is former Director of Sales for IDCure.com; former
Director of sales and training for ATD; is a published author; has written a
series of ‘Positive Input Children’s Stories,’ as well as articles for
Executive Excellence, Personal Excellence,
and KandeeG. magazine. He is also
a financial advisor with flair for creating and evaluating business plans. Ken is
a faculty member of the prestigious Masters Seminar Program, and has been
featured on many radio shows, as well as earning the Prestigious ‘Parent to
Parent Adding Wisdom’ award in seven categories for his book, and 2008 Business Book of the Year. A leading Chinese Publisher recently
purchased the rights to publish the book ‘Why Positive Thinkers Have the Power’
in Mainland China,
and 75 more countries have his book in E-Book form. Ken is on 20 plus pages of Google.
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