Author, Educator Gives Warmth to Homeless

WEST NYACK, NEW YORK – 01-15-2020 (PRDistribution.com) — Giving back, in some way, to others in need is something many of us do. Our world is filled with people who for whatever reasons have met with financial or emotional hardship.

Fortunately it is part of our human spirit to recognize this as we are able to give something of ourselves, no matter how small or seemingly inconsequential to others. It could be a smile, a conversation, a few dollars, a hug of appreciation.

Kaplan Mobray helps people to understand and to recognize their potential in life by allowing them to realize the gifts and talents they have inside them. Kaplan, an author, educator and motivational speaker travels the world to deliver keynote speeches, conferences and workshops for individuals and companies seeking to improve their performance and effectiveness.

Kaplan collected blankets from American Airlines upgrades that he had been receiving over the year. For 8 hours on a brisk December day Kaplan walked the streets of New York, meeting people, talking and visiting with New Yorkers, especially homeless people who live on the street to deliver some kind words, and to hand out more than 100 warm blankets. 

His thoughtful gesture has attracted the attention of many. His example is an important reminder to all of us that just one simple act of Kindness, when multiplied by a few, goes a long, long way. The video: https://youtu.be/mxnkM4jT49I shares his experience in the city.

With the support of many of his friends and colleagues, Kaplan will be spreading this message of warmth and compassion in other cities around the country in 2020, delivering blankets and acts of kindness. A reminder to all of us to continue giving, no matter how small or simple the gesture. For more information please reach out to Mr. Mobray at: [email protected] or 347-528-6792.

 

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About Kaplan Mobray

Recognized by Meetings and Conventions Magazine as “One of the nation’s top business speakers”.

Kaplan Mobray is one of the world’s most dynamic and inspirational business speakers and award-winning author of “The 10Ks of Personal Branding”.

Wharton-educated, Kaplan draws from his over 15 years of corporate experience as a successful business executive where he led corporate marketing, advertising, brand development, and workforce diversity initiatives for Fortune 500 companies.  

Kaplan has received worldwide acclaim and numerous awards for his leadership and branding insights.  

He has been featured on CNN, FOX, Businessweek, The Wall Street Journal, Ad Age and shares his message to NFL players and fans annually at the Super Bowl.  Prior to his speaking career Kaplan served as U.S. Diversity Programs Leader at Deloitte. Kaplan also serves on the corporate advisory board of ALPFA, the nation’s largest Latino professional association.

Through his latest venture, Kaplan is revolutionizing high performance online learning with his virtual interactive Kaplan Mobray Leadership Institute. He continues to serve as a consultant to fortune 500 companies and a brand coach to professional athletes. All of his innovative presentations have been described as life changing events. 

In his personal pursuits, Kaplan is a professional saxophone player. Kaplan resides in West Nyack, NY and is active in civic and charitable organizations.

For more information on Kaplan Mobray, please visit http://www.kaplanmobray.com

 

 

   

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