William G. (Bill) DeFoore, Ph.D. is an author, counselor, coach, speaker and president of the Institute for Personal & Professional Development. He speaks and conducts workshops internationally on emotional intelligence and emotional wellness in personal and business relationships.
He has designed and provided educational programs for Native Americans, Montessori students in Mexico, inmates of federal prisons, Fortune 500 business leaders and people from all walks of life. He has been an adjunct faculty member with Cooper Aerobics Center for 14 years, and has been a radio commentator on Wisdom Radio which later became LIME Radio.
Through his work, Dr. DeFoore helps individuals and organizations bring body, mind and spirit into integrated focus, leading to enhanced levels of personal and professional integrity. His work integrates the spiritual and psychological dimensions in a clear and easily understandable way, providing a useful model for understanding and functioning in the world.
One of Dr. DeFoore's greatest personal and professional passions is SiteSell.com and its flagship program SiteBuildIt! This is the program he uses to build his web sites, which have now become (and continue to become) a successful Internet business. You can read about how SBI! compares to other similar programs, and get the proof of its success here.
He is a featured speaker at the annual conference of the National Wellness Institute. His highly acclaimed websites, Goodfinding.com and AngerManagementResource.com guide visitors to healing, self-realization and exquisite levels of faith, love and optimism. He lives near Aubrey, Texas with his wife Cindy, their two horses and four cats.
GOODFINDING is Dr. William DeFoore's free quarterly newsletter designed to help you find the good in you and the world around you. And you will be amazed at how much good there is to find! Discover links to amazing people and places all over the world, all of which will raise your optimism and faith in humankind. What you pay attention to grows--and Goodfinding is the Law of Attraction at its best! Becoming a "Goodfinder" will improve your immune system, help your heart and increase your brain capacity. Finding the good will help the good to find you!
"Look for the nobility of the human spirit. As hard as it may be to find at times, it is always there." Excerpt from a "Lime Spectrum" by William G. DeFoore, Ph.D.
"Respect and acknowledge the brave hearts and good souls of human beings all around you trying to do the right thing and make the world a better place for all of us. You are one of these yourself." Excerpt from a "Lime Spectrum" by William G. DeFoore, Ph.D.
"Support and encouragement require more courage than fault finding and criticism. Be brave, and support the new ideas you hear from those around you. Be braver still and support your own new ideas. Reach back into that creative mind of yours and bring up those brainstorms that have been brewing for a while. To quote Albert Einstein, “If at first an idea is not absurd, there’s no hope for it.” Spark the genius inside, and encourage that genius to speak." Excerpt from a "Lime Spectrum" by William G. DeFoore, Ph.D.
Dr. DeFoore's web sites, http://www.defoore.com and http://angermanagementresource.com have free videos and audio previews of his CD programs, in addition to abundant free information to help you with emotional healing, anger management, building faith and optimism and reaching all of your life goals. Watch a ten minute video of Dr. DeFoore speaking at the Cooper Aerobics Center on healthy anger.
Listen to previews of his many audio programs, which are available for immediate download. Learn now about meditation, sacred sexuality, financial wellness, healthy anger and your health, nurturing your inner child and more. Find the good and it will find you!
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