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Eric Saperston
  • Eric Saperston
  • Filmaker, Author, Speaker Founder, Live in Wonder
  • Biography

Biographical Information
Eric Saperston has been a featured guest on The Today Show, PBS Headline News and CNN, as well as interviewed and published in The New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Spin Magazine, Fast Company Magazine and National Geographic.

Eric’s first feature film “The Journey”, was based on a trip he took around the country cold calling the nation’s most successful CEOs, entertainment icons, authors, artists and global leaders, and taking them out for a cup of coffee and an inspired conversation.  The film received a deal from Walt Disney Studios winning numerous film festival awards, playing to sold out theaters across the country.

A prolific public speaker, Eric has inspired people the world over, including audiences such as Nike, Million Dollar Round Table, Coca-Cola, Wachovia, General Mills, Kaiser Permanente, Hilton, Toyota, as well as Harvard, MIT, Duke, Stanford, UCLA, Miami of Ohio, and Notre Dame.

Eric is Chief Creative Officer for the “inspire-tainment” company, Live In Wonder Entertainment, a forward-thinking lifestyle brand on the cutting edge of communication.

 

Speech Titles / Topics
Live in Wonder
Building a Bridge Between the Ordinary, the Extraordinary and the Legendary
The Hero’s Journey
Tenacity, Innovation and Inspiration
Standing for the Extraordinariness of Self and Others

Past Organizations Addressed
Nike, Million Dollar Round Table, Coca-Cola, Wachovia, General Mills, Kaiser Permanente, Hilton, Toyota, as well as Harvard, MIT, Duke, Stanford, UCLA, Miami of Ohio, Notre Dame, Hospital Association of Southern California, Walt Disney Company, Fast Company, Australian Association of Financial Planners, General Mills, Hilton, U.S. Postal Service, I Spa, Kaiser Permanente, KPMG, SAP, Trader Joes, UCLA, United Way, UBS Warburg, MDRT, MPI, Accenture, ADP, Afflink, Assurant Solutions, and Coast Hotels and Resorts.