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Start Laughing, Loving, and Living your way to the good life today. America's greatest team on successful daily living (as featured on CBS News 60 Minutes) shares an exciting new experiencing program that shows you how you can enjoy a vibrant, worry-free life of health, wealth, and happiness. Recorded live in the popular three-day Successful Life Course program. You will learn:

  • Life Is for Laughing, Loving, and Living
  • Daily Menu for the Good Life
  • Imagination vs. Willpower, Happiness vs. Worry
  • If You Know What You Want, You Can Have It
  • The Art of Increased Productivity and Feeling Good
  • Problems Become Opportunities
  • Successful Staff and Sales Meetings
  • Enjoyable Eating and Drinking Habits for Improved Health
  • Fun and Easy Exercises to Build a Strong, Vibrant Body
  • Liking You - Loving Life Creates Accomplishment
  • Habit Patterns of a Winner
  • How to Encourage and Inspire Cooperation and Support
  • Developing Leadership
  • Monkey on Whose Back?
  • Winning Is a Developed Habit
  • Being a Better Communicator Makes Life Enjoyable and Happier
  • How the Mind Works to Shape Your Environment
  • Mind-Controlled Relaxation and Programming Success

©1986 Ed Foreman, Executive Development Systems (P)1986 Nightingale Conant

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What a Gem!

Very grateful to have found this program! This is an excellent compilation of many different timeless works as well as Ed's own material. Ed delivers in an enthusiastic, engaging way. I only wish I had found this sooner as he delivered his final live class at the end of 2015. This is a good collection of love class sessions and other recorded works. Very thorough. Give this one a go you won't regret it!

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Funny and Inspiring

I had first purchased Ed Forman's "Pounds and Inches". Looking for more of his books I came across "Laughing, Loving, and Living". This is a 10 HOUR BOOK! I wish I would have purchased this first because it has the same material as "Pounds and Inches" . This book is funny in some chapters and inspirational in others. Alot of what is said is just good common sense, but I just didn't realize it until Ed put it into his own analogy and with humor. I tried to listen to this book in one day, but there were times that I had to put on headphones because I could not hear or understand what was being said, (strong southern accent and Walter Cronkit voice).This book was great to listen to while I cleaned, or as I was lying in bed. Overall the book is great, and I have gone back to it several times. I would recommend Laughing, Loving, and Living" to my friends and family..

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Everybody needs this audiobook, especially now dur

I first found the most important part of this recording well over 20 years ago when I was at a really low point.
To this day I dont know where I saw the advert but I subscribed to a self help cassette course, which was very out of character.
This course was a monthly pack of three cassettes on subscription all on different themes from sales to personal goals.
Not many people could have signed up for the course because it only ran for three months and then just stopped.
However in the very first package was a cassette by Ed Forman Titled “How to have a terrific day, every day”
The recording is live at a speaking engagement and sounds unedited from start to finish and this information is expanded on in the rest of the recording but if you only listen to the first hour it is worth every penny of the monthly credit on audible to buy.
It is genuinely hard for me to describe how this one cassette effected me without sounding like I am a gushing fan boy.
This tape was an old recording then and it is an ancient one now (copywrite 1986!) but as I listened through this whole expanded version, of which the first hour is the same recording and of the next 8 or so hours 50% is the same information repeated again and again recorded live on the successful life training course you could attend in America at a very significant cost.
It is all still entertaining and all still relevant, the recording is poor in places and the American accents can be a challenge.
The narrator between sessions is incredibly cheesy but Ed Forman more than makes up for him.
As the story goes, Ed Forman took the best parts and principals of several self help courses and put them all together.
Even though I have heard this recording way more than 100 times I still laughed out loud at the same salient points.
I can testify that if you follow the advice on this recording, you too will find more success and happiness than you ever thought possible, if you follow the simple lifestyle principals he shares with you. You will get that promotion, you will earn more money, you will look back like I have in 10 or 20 years and you, like I, will thank Ed Foreman for where and who you are now.