David Epstein recently gave an interview exclusively with American Program Bureau, which highlights the controversy surrounding the Russian Olympic team’s doping scandal. Epstein also explains how the healthcare industry could benefit by utilizing performance methods favored by world-class athletes.
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Oprah Winfrey Network announced the first ever Super Soul 100, “a collection of 100 awakened leaders” that includes APB speakers Troy Carter, Maxine Bédat and Tim Shriver. In a press release, Oprah Winfrey discussed the significance behind the list: “Each one of these individuals is uniquely connecting the world together with a spiritual energy that matters…These inspired leaders are using their gifts and voices to help elevate humanity.”
APB speakers Sybrina Fulton and Lezley McSpadden will speak at the Democratic National Convention as part of “Mothers of the Movement,” mothers of black men and women who have been killed by gun violence or while in the custody of police.
President & CEO of American Program Bureau (APB Speakers), Robert P. Walker, was recently interviewed by Cindy Atoji Keene for the Boston Globe.
Based on APB Speaker Ron Suskind’s book of the same name, Life, Animated is an inspirational movie you won’t want to miss. Directed by Academy Award winner Roger Ross Williams, Life, Animated opens in select theaters on July 1st.
Music industry magnate and APB Speaker Troy Carter surprises by becoming Spotify’s global head of creator services. Previous to this career change, Carter had represented high-profile artists such as John Legend, Meghan Trainor, Lady Gaga and Miguel. Billboard speculates this to be “the start of a music industry exodus” towards the tech sector.
American Program Bureau is sharing Dr. Nick Morgan’s “What to Do Just Before You Speak” in this week’s featured blog post.
Boxing icon Muhammad Ali passed away on Friday, June 3, after a longtime battle with Parkinson’s disease. Nicknamed “The Greatest of All Time,” Ali was truly a man of many talents. From his faith to his athleticism to his passion for social justice, Muhammad Ali made a great difference in this world, inspiring everyone with whom he crossed paths.
In her third installation, APB speaker Regina Holliday hosted the third art and medical conference “Cinderblocks 3: The Partnership with Patients Continues” last week. The event, which is a continuation of the message of the Walking Gallery project, helps artists and medical experts reflect on how to foster the partnership between patient and doctor.
With the 2016 presidential election rapidly approaching and candidates hotly debating topics on the national stage, it is important to keep the dialogue alive about those issues that matter most. With many college students graduating and embarking on new careers, we felt it timely to discuss millennials and how they will be affected by the upcoming election, as well as the importance of voting.
Known for her legendary role as “Maria” on Sesame Street, APB speaker Sonia Manzano will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 43rd Annual Daytime Emmy® Awards.