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Published:February 20th, 2012 11:01 EST
Abraham Lincoln To Appear on The American Perspective with Judyth Piazza

Abraham Lincoln To Appear on The American Perspective with Judyth Piazza

By SOP newswire2

Dynamic Keynote Speeches
Awe-Inspiring Lincoln Presentations
Spectacular Seminars on Leadership and Communication

Gene Griessman visited our organization this week. He received the highest ratings our members have ever given a speaker. He is spectacular. His opening one-man play is better than any evening at the theatre, and the following two-hour discussion on leadership is filled with wisdom, energy and inspiration. "
--Bill Peterson, Chairman, The Executive Committee, Saskatoon, Canada

1. Different. You`ve already heard the best motivational, industry, and celebrity speakers. Why do the same old, same old again?
2. Lincoln won`t embarrass you. There`ll be no scandal or tabloid story to explain.
3. Your people will want photos with the 16th President.
4. He`s funny. Lincoln was famous for his jokes, and still is.
5. Unforgettable. Years from now your people will still be saying, "Do you remember when Lincoln spoke to us?"
6. Surreal. After a few moments you will feel Lincoln`s actually present.
7. Red and Blue, liberal and conservative, they all love Lincoln
8. A learning experience. It`s highly entertaining, and it can be linked to the seminar: "The Vocabulary of Leadership."
9. Inspiring. Your people will want to do better, work harder, care more, and be more like Lincoln.
10. You`ll look like a genius for doing it.

He`s a legend...
Why do something ordinary when you can book Gene Griessman`s famous Abraham Lincoln presentation? Gene Griessman is celebrated around the world for his books, training films, and memorable presentations. As actor and playwright, he has performed at Ford`s Theatre, the Georgia Dome before 25,000, the Lincoln Memorial, and aboard the famed carrier the USS Abraham Lincoln. He has conducted exclusive interviews on TV and in print with American presidents, actors, sports stars, and business leaders. He has won numerous awards including the Benjamin Franklin Award. He often appears on television and radio, and his award-winning productions have aired nationally on TBS and WCNN. He is the creator of

If credibility is important....

His book "The Achievement Factors" is considered a classic. "Time Tactics Of Very Successful People," published by McGraw-Hill, is in its 18th printing. "The Words Lincoln Lived By," published by Simon & Schuster is in its 31th printing. He is author of the recently published "Lincoln Speaks To Leaders," Lessons from Legends, " "Lincoln`s Wisdom;" and the celebrated training film "Lincoln On Communication."

Dr. Griessman has taught at major universities in the US and abroad--William and Mary, North Carolina State, Auburn, Tuskegee, and Georgia Tech. He was a Fulbright professor at the University of Islamabad, the national graduate university of Pakistan, and served as a visiting researcher at the National Agrarian University of Peru and the University of New South Wales in Australia. He`s been listed in "Who`s Who In America" and "Who`s Who In The World" for years. He is a member of the Television Academy.

You are the best, the absolute best! People still quote you to this day. We got so many written notes of praise. The presentation was not only entertaining but intellectually stimulating "a piece of history that will live forever in our minds. And then the presentation that you did for the students at St. James Academy was a huge hit. --Bill Kissinger, CEO, Kissinger Financial Services, Hunt Valley, Maryland.

"We thank you for your unbelievable performances - both as Abe Lincoln during our welcoming dinner and then again when you delivered the keynote address to the delegates the following morning. You truly were the highlight of our 25th annual convention"--Edna Sendish Peters, Executive Director, International Beverage Dispensing Equipment Association

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"The most fantastic program I have ever experienced on leadership. I was completely engaged every minute of the program. "
--Susan Bixler, author of "The Professional Image"

"In my 12 years as an association executive I`ve never seen a speaker better at holding the audience`s attention." --Hugh J. Rushing, Executive Vice President, Cookware Manufacturing Association.

"Thank you for bringing a valuable message of leadership and perspective to the crew of the ABRAHAM LINCOLN and delivering it in an exceptionally resonant and relevant fashion. I personally derived great benefit and enjoyment from your messages and teaching."
--Captain C. Andrew McCawley, Commanding Officer USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN

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Back Issues of The Achievement Digest

THE LINCOLN LOG: We the people " "
In Lincoln`s mind, government is not something separate from the people. Government is not something to be ridiculed or despised. Government is not they.

In this country, government is us. Government is people whom we elect, plus government workers "the clerks, and mail carriers, and police, and forest rangers, and secretaries--are our neighbors.

American government is we--powerfully asserted in the preamble to the Constitution of the United States.

Lincoln himself memorably expressed this sentiment at Gettysburg:, that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth. "

Adapted from The Words Lincoln Lived By " by Gene Griessman (Fireside-Simon & Schuster, 1997, p. 81)

Advice from Abraham Lincoln
"Lincoln spent a lifetime acquiring material that he could plug into his speeches "ready-made modules to fit the moment. He memorized poems and Bible passages. He immersed himself in newspapers and books and written sermons. He knew thousands of jokes and humorous stories and even carried a joke book with him so that he could adapt traditional stories to local situations. Lincoln spent hours, sometimes years preparing for his "extemporaneous" presentations...." Adapted from "The Achievement Digest."