Prosperity Seminars Offer Inspiration
"I teach people to create prosperity
from their creativity."
Taking Her Prosperity Message from Paper to Podiums"
Margarita Drogowski, events editor
Vivian Greene walked down the hall in a flowing white dress, complete with silver sandals, looking more like an angel than a self-made millionaire - although she'd be more inclined to call herself a prosperity fairy.
She's on her way to tell a group of people (two doctors, a psychic, a news editor and artists) how "money can be their friend."
"Greene was a
columnist by the age of 16, a greeting card
manufacturer by age 21 and a millionaire by age 26."
But, many of these people already seem to have money. However, this isn't a "money seminar,", it's a "Prosperity Seminar."
"I love working with rich executive who have everything except themselves," said Greene. "These people who are trapped in the trappings. It's about not having enough love, time, everything we all deserve."
How does Greene know this? Well, you can say she's been there, done that.
She was a columnist by the age of 16, a greeting card manufacturer by age 21 and a millionaire by age 26.
Greene traveled the world, studied with internationally known doctors, and signed multi-million dollar contracts.
"I thought I had everything but I was really more of a Barbie doll," she said.
shared headlines and a stage with the likes of Dr. Barbara
DeAngelis, Marianne Williamson and Dr. Wayne Dyer."
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Then, her life partner, her soul mate, died. Greene's therapy was writing
Good Mourning, a book about grieving and "what death teaches us about life."
Little did she know that "Good Mourning" would take her down an unexpected, but welcomed, path.
While on a trip to Hawaii, Green and a friend entered a book store and heard
"Good Mourning" being read aloud.
The speaker was Joe Green, the man behind the speaking genius of Napoleon Hill and Dale Carnegie. After his initial disbelief that Vivian Greene was the spirit behind
"Good Mourning", he took her under his wing.
"You have wisdom. If you can convey feelings like you did in that book, if you can speak as well as you write, you're going to make an enormous difference in the world", Green told Greene.
Although known as a writer/author/cartoonist, Greene was unknown as a speaker. Her first seminar at
the Unity Church drew 30 people, at the beginning. The week before that first step, Unity gave Greene three minutes to speak to the crowd about her seminar. By the end of the day, more that 200 people signed up. A year later, Greene was sharing headlines and a stage with the likes of Dr. Barbara DeAngelis, Marianne Williamson and Dr. Wayne Dyer. Whether she's speaking to eight people, 30 or hundreds, whether it's in a church, social hall or auditorium, Greene's message is the same.
"I teach people to create prosperity and prosper from their creativity. I really believe anyone can do it," said Greene. So, Joe Public isn't going to learn about how to invest money or what the best stocks are. Instead, people find out how they developed their attitudes about money. Through exercises such as role playing, Greene helps people explore where their thoughts about having, or not having, money came from.
teach people to create prosperity and prosper from their
I really believe anyone can do it."
What did mom and dad think about having money?
Was having money good or bad?
Participants learn about affirmations, building spirituality, trusting themselves and strengthening (or rebuilding) faith and hope.
People may also be surprised to be the recipients of travel tickets or other gifts worth up to $5,000.
Next on Greene's agenda is a speaking engagement for the Institute for Biomedical Research. "It's another example of lemonade from lemons. An injury forced me to stay in town to receive therapy twice a week. Blue Cross didn't do what they promised so I ended up owing these doctors thousands of dollars."
"Now, I'm doing a seminar for them and everyone is happy," said Greene.
learn about affirmations, building spirituality, trusting
themselves and strengthening (or rebuilding) faith and hope.
People may also be surprised to be the recipients of travel
tickets or other gifts worth up to $5,000."
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working with rich executives who have everything except
themselves -- people who are trapped in the trappings."
Church gave Greene three minutes to speak to the crowd about her
seminar. By the end of the day, more than 200 people signed up."
Greene? She's a cross between Marilyn Monroe and Mother Theresa.
Her talk at our annual Golf tournament was entertaining and inspiring."
David Crum, Nissin
her stay, the ‘buzz’ around the ship following days when she had offered a
I even had to re-schedule to a larger room for her final presentations on both
"Vivian Greene is more than simply a presenter or a lecturer. She is a one-woman
show capable of
delivering ‘the message’ in a thought-provoking, fun, moving, colorful manner"
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