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TIM MANN, AUTHOR & FOUNDER OF THE UNCOMMON MAN TAPPED AS CALIFORNIA (USA) REGIONAL COORDINATOR FOR 2011 INTERNATIONAL MEN'S DAY


The International Men’s Day Coordination Committee has announced that TIM MANN an author, Founder of The Uncommon Man (www.theuncommonman.com)-- an organization that works to empower Men, Founder of the Business Forum in Los Angeles; a professional speaker and professional performance coach has been tapped to serve as the California (USA) Regional Coordinator for 2011 International Men’s Day (www.international-mens-day.com) which will be observed worldwide on Saturday, 19 November 2011.

Mr. Mann, who can be contacted by e-mail at: tim@theuncommonman.com, will serve as the point of contact for all individuals and organizations throughout the State of California that are interested in participating in the worldwide observance of International Men’s Day which honors and celebrates and honors the sacrifices and contributions of Men to our families, our communities, and our society.


Mr. Mann who has appeared as a guest on the Greg Mantell Talk Show, CBS Radio, Sharp Radio, Internet Blog Radio, and the Love Mechanics Radio Show is the author of The Power Of Real Money which was released in October 2010 and a Contributing Editor for a newly released e-book entitled, No Thanks. I’ll Skip The Recession, where he offers what he describes as “Championship Tools” that will help you survive and thrive in the current economic downturn and also features contributions from Marc Victor Hansen, Brian Tracy, and T.J. Walker. Mann is also a Contributing Author to Discover Your Inner Strength: Cutting Edge Growth Strategies From The Industry’s Leading Experts along with best-selling authors Stephen R. Covey (Seven Habits of Highly Effective People); Brian Tracy (Million Dollar Habit); and Ken Blanchard (The One Minute Manager). Mann’s presentations have inspired audiences at Mercedes Benz, the City of Los Angeles, Maximum Success Seminars, the Office of the Chief Information Officer at the University of Southern California Los Angeles, Pierce College, the Professional Business network, and City Club on Bunker Hill. He also inspires economically challenged individuals who are working their way back into the workforce by running a Success Management Program at Chrysalis of Los Angeles and runs a program at Camp Vernon Kilpatrick where he trains inner city children who have committed violent crimes and helps them become productive and successful members of society.

Individuals, institutions, and organizations in the State of California in the United States that are interested in participating in 2010 International Men’s Day, should contact TIM MANN, the California (USA) Regional Co-Coordinator for 2011 International Men’s Day, by sending an e-mail to: tim@theuncommonman.com.

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