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Jacques Wiesel      

World War II Refugee, Speaker

As a refugee from World War II, Jacques’ childhood was far from “normal”. He often tells his audiences that his self-esteem was lower than a centipede with fallen arches. As he matured he began to realize that self-love is the first step to healthy living – both mentally and physically. So he embarked on a mission to help himself first. Only when he felt he had achieved a degree of self confidence did he venture to share his experiences about living a healthful life with others. This has become his mission and has enabled him to reach thousands (hopefully millions) through lectures, writings and tapes. Jacques Wiesel is a former president of the New York Metro Chapter of the National Speakers Association and the author of several books and audio CD’s.

Jacques has been featured in The New York Times, The New York Post, The Sun Sentinel, Newsweek and The Jewish Journal. He has also written 44 articles for The Long Island Beacon. For three years, he has his own television show on Long Island called, "Positive Living."

In the 1980’s, Jacques facilitated for the American Management Association ​as well as Dunn & Bradstreet Seminar Division more than 300 locations on the topics of Sales Management, Motivation, Supervisory & Leadership Skills, Customer Service, Telephone Techniques and the Ultimate Closing Procedures. His client base includes: Met Life, Ford, Mary Kay, Sears, Century 21, The Equitable, Mercedes Benz, Bank Administration Institute (Chicago), John Hancock, Budget Rent­a­Car a​nd Prudential Insurance.

Speech Topics


3 WEEKS TO A HAPPIER & HEALTHIER YOU!

How humor improves health & increases longevity! (Speech Topic for Senior Facilities)

  • 6 POWER CLOSES FOR THE PRO!
  • WHY 95% SALESREPS FAIL @ GOAL-SETTING
  • DEVELOPING A WINNING SALES ATTITUDE!

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