WHO IS JACK CANFIELD?

From A 6th Bowl of Chicken Soup for the Soul

Who Is Jack Canfield?

Jack Canfield is a bestselling author with over twenty-three books published, including nine New York Times bestsellers. In 1998 USA Today declared that Jack Canfield and his writing partner, Mark Victor Hansen, sold more books during the previous year than any other author in the United States. Jack and Mark also have a syndicated Chicken Soup for the Soul newspaper column through King Features and a weekly column in Woman’s World magazine.

Jack is the author and narrator of several bestselling audiocassette and videocassette programs, including Self-Esteem and Peak Performance, How to Build High Self-Esteem and The STAR Program. He is a regularly consulted expert for radio and television broadcasts and has published a total of twenty-seven books—all bestsellers within their categories—including twenty-two Chicken Soup for the Soul books, The Aladdin Factor, Heart at Work, 100 Ways to Build Self-Concept in the Classroom and Dare to Win.

Jack conducts keynote speeches for about seventy-five groups each year. His clients have included schools and school districts in all fifty states, over one hundred education associations including the American School Counselors Association and Californians for a Drug Free Youth, plus corporate clients such as AT&T, Campbell Soup, Clairol, Domino’s Pizza, GE, New England Telephone, Re/Max, Sunkist, Supercuts and Virgin Records.

Jack conducts an annual seven-day Training of Trainers program in the areas of building self-esteem and achieving peak performance in all areas of your life. The program attracts educators, counselors, parenting trainers, corporate trainers, professional speakers, ministers, youth workers and interested others.

To contact Jack for further information about his books, tapes and trainings, or to schedule him for a keynote speech, please contact:

The Canfield Training Group
P.O. Box 30880 • Santa Barbara, CA 93130
phone: 805-563-2935 • fax: 805-563-2945
To send e-mail or to visit his Web site: www.chickensoup.com

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