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Dr. Wayne Dyer

By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

Many people considered Dr. Wayne Dyer as the "father of motivation". He was one of the most respected writers and speakers in the field of self-improvement and self-empowerment. In the twenty years since he published his first book "Your Erroneous... Read more

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Victoria Rowell

By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

The gifted and beautiful Victoria Rowell began her professional career dancing with the American Ballet Theatre II Company, the Ballet Hispanico of New York and the Twyla Tharp Workshop. She enjoyed modeling and appeared in many magazines including... Read more

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Tommy Davidson

By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

When you take a look at Tommy Davidson’s life you realize that even though his childhood wasn’t ideal, he developed certain understandings that work for him in his adult life. A major event in Tommy’s life was his early care by a friend and later... Read more

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Tom Monaghan

By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

Domino's Pizza, which was one of the first to feature free home delivery of hot pizza in less than 30 minutes, grew from 290 stores in 1980 to well over 5000 in 1990. The chain's founder is an aboveboard, straight forward type whose life story is... Read more

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Superman

By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

Superman is the sole survivor of the planet Krypton. When his father, Jor-El, discovered that a nuclear chain reaction within Krypton core would soon shatter the planet, he had his son removed from the Kryptonian Gestation Chambers and had his... Read more

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Ruth Westheimer

By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

Dr Ruth Westheimer was born as Karola Ruth Siegel in Frankfurt, Germany, on June 4 1928. She was the Only child of an Orthodox Jewish family at the time of the rise of Hitler and the hatred of the Jewish Race. When she was 10 years old, her father... Read more

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Marilyn Monroe

By Team FosterClub — May 1, 2008

Marilyn Monroe, born June 1, 1926, became one of the most famous and best-loved movie stars of all time. It's been nearly a half century since her death, yet her image is still, in most Americans' view, the ideal of female glamour and beauty. Her... Read more