by Allen J. Sheinman | December 17, 2010
The list

Les Brown ( "Unwrap your infinite greatness," Brown proclaims. His program aims to help you improve your relationships, promote wellness and build up your leadership skills.

Jack Canfield ( The man who help start the inexhaustible series of Chicken Soup for the Soul books offers a potent brew of self-actualization via love for humankind and a practical setting of goals.

Deepak Chopra ( One of TV's top go-to sources for commentary on health topics, Chopra is all about the mind-body connection.

Stephen Covey ( The author of the top-selling 7 Habits of Highly Successful People tells audiences how to overcome personal and professional problems by practicing the principles of fairness, integrity, honesty and human dignity.

Randy Gage ( "Prosperity is your birthright and natural condition," counsels this speaker. His thrust is "how to apply spiritual laws to create health, wealth and abundance in your life."

Bob Proctor ( "Tell me what you want and I'll show you how to get it," says Proctor, whose specialty is achieving corporate success and personal wealth.

Tony Robbins ( This self-help guru has written bestsellers such as Personal Power: Program Yourself for Total Success.

Robin Sharma ( His zen-like approach to leadership in books such as The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari and The Leader Who Had No Title keep him busy on the motivational circuit.

Shishir Srivastava ( "Look within yourself," says this "peace educator" and author of Eight Powers Within You: Your Guide to Success.

Hilary Hinton Ziglar ( Author of spiritual guides such as God's Way Is Still the Best Way, "Zig" Ziglar offers a message of hope through faith.

Source: Meetings & Conventions

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