MY MENTORS - "Because no-one can do it alone"

Greg S. Reid - Keynote Speaker, Author of Best Seller "Three Feet from Gold" and creator of Secret Knock.  I co-authored with "Your Time is Now" with Greg.  My collaboration with Greg changed my life, my passion and my focus.  One lesson learned: It's not about me, It's about US".  Greg is a positive force in the universe and someone you MUST hear and want to know.

Frank Shankwitz - Co-Founder of "The Make a Wish Foundation".  The lives of thousands of people, including mine, have been changed by Frank.  During a very dark time of small boy's life, Frank and his friends stepped in to provide both light and happiness. Click to see a short video of the FIRST WISH. WARNING - You may need a tissue

Dan Fleyshman - CEO and founder of a firm that distributes back packs, filled with day to day necessities (like socks, water, crackers, aspirin) to homeless people FREE of charge or obligation.  I'm inspired by Dan's generosity and looking to expand his back pack initiative to needed people in Illinois. Click to see Dan explain Back Packs for the homeless

Ron Klein - The Grandfather of Possibilities - invented the Credit Card Mag Stripe, Automated the NYSE, Created the Multiple Listing Service used by Realtors.  See a short video of how the MAG STRIP was created.  Ron, now in his 70's is one of the sharpest knives in the drawer and has a heart the size of Texas even though he lives in Florida. 

Dave Corbin - Speaker, Author, Consultant to major corporations and a mentor to me.  Dave's new book (July 2016) Preventing Brand Slaughter is a must read for anyone trying to attract clients in today world that demands you be sincere and authentic.  To hear what Sharon Lechter Co-author Three Feet from Gold and Rich Dad, Poor Dad has to say about the new book CLICK HERE.

   Pat O'Connor - Retired Senior VP Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois, Special Olympics Champion, Philanthropist.  Pat spends his time volunteering with the Augustinian Clergy and providing job counseling for homeless individuals rebuilding their lives with the help of The Cara Program in Chicago.