Ed Foreman, CPAE
Happy, Healthy & Terrific!
DALLASITE ED Foreman has been described as man with an evangelist's air and a politician's flair. Indeed, he will share his message with anyone who will listen, and he did serve two terms as a U.S. Congressman.
Timely Topics, Enthusiastically Delivered, To Help You & Your Team Excel!
Ed Foreman, Earlene Vining, Paul Oelrich and their team of professional associates at Executive Development Systems present
a variety of keynotes, seminars and special programs specially taibred to include your terminology and meet your specific needs and objectives. Few speakers, if any, are better qualified to motivate, inspire and educate by their own example than Ed Foreman. From a poor farm kid, to a self-made millionaire by age 26, he is a living example of free enterprise in action. A former Congressman, Mr. Foreman is a board member, officer or major stockholder of a dozen successful corporations. His
teachings go beyond successful business techniques; he shows listeners how to live more healthfully and successfully. Ed Foreman is an exciting, refreshing speaker who will give your audience a wake-up call they will never forget!
POPULAR KEYNOTE ADDRESS TOPICS
- How To Make Every Day A Terrific Day!
- Making Quality Performance A Lifestyle
- Acquiring The Basic Habit Patterns Of Winners
- Developing & Maintaining A Winning Spirit
- Laughing, Loving & Living Your Way To The Good Life
- How To Get What'cha Want With What'cha Got
- Turning Worry & Stress Into Happiness & Success
Attaining Dynamic Physical Health For Mental Alertness
EXCITING HALF-DAY OR FULL-DAY SEMINARS
- Achieving Your Potential: Success Generating Strategies
- Building A Winning Organization: The Power of the Positive Self
- Personality Profiles To Help You Sell & Lead
- A Healthy Body + A Positive Mind = Personal Excellence
- Get More Done In Less Time By Managing Your Life Comfortably
- Handling Change and Dealing With Difficult People
These programs are drawn from Ed Foreman's popular 3-day SUCCESSFUL LIFE Course, featured positively on CBS News "60 Minutes". It is a unique habit improvement experience helping people Irom all levels to recognize and control stress; relax and reenergize; eliminate negative behavior; develop a positive attitude; attain more vibrant health; improve self-confidence; manage time and resources more effectively; establish goals; attain and enjoy the art of successful
daily living. Laugh, Love, Live and Learn from Ed and Earlene in the "Angry Wife" episode, the "Monkey-On-Your-Back" session, the hilarious dress-for-success "Nerd" skit, et.al. Ed Foreman teaches you how to make excellence an automatic part of your subconcious. . .and, he makes learning fun and exciting!
"Listening to Ed speak is like drinking out of a fire hose! He's alive, alert, enthusiastic, and intense.. .a dynamo with an explosive delivery and a meaningful message that has staying power! You'll like him...but you'll love what he does for your people! He doesn 'tjust entertain, he captivates, educates and motivates. He's worth more than speakers getting twice his fee!
Don Kitzmiller, Vice President
Midmark Corporation, Versailles, Ohio
The Board of Directors of the Institute for Management Studies has conferred upon Ed Foreman the Distinguished Faculty Award as testimony to the profoundness and value of his ideas, as well as a measure of
his superior skills in communicating, teaching and speaking to more than 60 sessions, worldwide, of our Fortune 500 membership. The Institute 'sfaculty members are among the best in their respective fields and are leading practitioners or acclaimed academicians from major universities around the world. Since the founding of the Institute in 1974, only eight of the faculty from this very select group have received this Distinguished Faculty Award. This award recognizes Ed Foreman as being
truly one of the "Best of the Best!"
Gordon Peters, President & Chairman
Institute For Management Studies
San Francisco, California
Partial Client List
AAA Abbey National Abbott Labs Achievers Canada Acumen Energy Aetna Life & Casualty Alberta Restaurant Association Allstate Insurance Amway American Airlines American Express American Gas Association American Lighting Association AMOCO Anheuser-Busch Aramco Ashland Chemical Associates Leasing ARCO
Arthur Anderson Associated General Contractors AT&T Automotive Services Association Avon Babbages Baltimore Gas & Electric Bank of America Bank of Montreal Bass, LTD. Bankers Systems Baxter Pharmaceuticals Bell South Blue Cross-Blue Shield Bridgestone Tires Brock Homes Buchmann Laboratories Bunch Wholesale California Rental Association California Trucking Association Canada Life Canadian Pension Association
Cargill Caremet Carlson Marketing Carrier Corporation Caterpillar Tractor Company Central Bank of the South Central Southwest Centurion Century 21 Chevron ChiefAuto Parts Ciby-Geigy Citibank Comcoa Consolidated Communications Directories Cooker Restaurants Cooper T. Smith Darden Restaurants DEKKO Foundation DeRoyal Industries Dixie-Supply Dixon, Kentucky Schools Dow Chemical DuPont Doskocil-Wilson Foods
Eagle Communications Electronic Data Systems Empire National Bank Energy Communications Enterra Corporation ESSO E-Systems Excell Excellence In Action,Inc. Farm Credit Bank Farmers Insurance Federal Reserve Bank First Interstate Bank Fison's Pharmaceuticals Ford Motor Company Fremont, Nebraska Schools Frito-Lay Gala Clubs General Accident Insurance General Electric General Mills General Motors Georgia Pacific
Georgia Power Gerber-Alley Gilbert X-Ray Government Technology Conferences GSA Crace-Davison Hayes Hewlett-Packard Hilton Hotels Hitachi Hot Mix Contractors Association Kansas Chamber of Commerce Health Care Financial Management Association Home Savings of America Houston Light & Power IBM Users Group Industrial Distributors International Harvester International Newspaper Executives Association International Paper
Institute For Management Studies Iowa Soybean Association Iowa Utilities Jacobs Contractors John Deere Johnson & Johnson Kash & Karry KonicaMedical Liberty Mutual Lockheed Corporation LodgeNet Longs Drugs Lufthansa LTV Corporation 3-M Malcolm Pirnie Engineers MAPCO Marriott Martin-Marietta Mary Kay Cosmetics MCI Mechanical Service Contractors Medaphis Merck Merrill-Lynch Midmark
Milliken Company Minco Technology Labs., Inc. Mississippi Power Mobil Oil Mobile, Alabama Chamber of Commerce Nations Bank NAMIC National Association Remodeling National Association of Tax Practitioners Nestle Beich New Mexico Farm Bureau New Mexico State University New York Life Newell Companies NFIB North Dakota Implement & Auto Dealers Oakwood Homes O'Charlie's Restaurants Oklahoma Dental Association Oryx Energy
Pacific Bell Pacific Gas & Electric Parker Chiropractic Peak Performance J.C. Penney Insurance Company Petroleum Listing Services PPG Prudential Lik Insurance PVS Chemical Reckitt & Colman Red Carpet Realty Rohm & Haas Royal Bank of Canada SAFECO Sally Beauty Supply San Antonio Home Builders Schering-Plough Schlumberger Scotish & Newcastle Sears Shell Oil Solion Southern Company Services
Southwest Airlines Southwestern Bell Telephone Spectradyne Springs Industries State Farm Insurance Summers Group Sun Life Sun Oil Company Sutherland Company Tag & Label Mfgs. Association Teledynamics Telecomm Tenneco Texaco Texas Fairs & Expositions Texas Instruments Texas Medical Association Texas State Agencies Texas Telephone Association Texas Television Network Texas Utilities Toshiba Toyota TPN
Travelhost Magazine Treasury Management Association TTI, Inc. Martha Turner Properties Uniroyal United Insurance Company of America USAA U.S. Air Force U.S. Army U.S. Chamber of Commerce U.S. Civil Service US. Forest Service U.S. West Direct Yellow Pages Vision Users Group Volvo Westinghouse Whiteford Foods Xerox Young Entrepreneurs Organization Young Presidents Organization