Friday, January 30, 2009

New Video Footage of Diversity Speaker Clint Cora

Since Inuit and Native culture is also about diversity, this would be a good place to mention that there is some new video footage of professional diversity speaker Clint Cora, who was also the author of the Inuit art and Native art ebooks at Free Spirit Gallery. The previous video was over 8 minutes but parts of it were replaced by a recent motivation talk which actually brought the video down to under 8 minutes. This revamped video can be seen at the official homepage of diversity speaker Clint Cora.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

World Champion's Motivation Book Now On Amazon

Karate world champion Clint Cora's new motivation book, The Life Champion In You is now available on and soon will be available at other online retailers as well. You can also order it at your local bookstore by quoting the ISBN number 978-0-9809190-1-1 and ask them to order it in through Ingram International distributors. Clint was also the author of the Inuit art and Northwest Indian art ebooks at Free Spirit Gallery.

Free Spirit Gallery Inuit Native Art Website Updated

I just spent the last two days updating the entire Free Spirit Gallery Inuit and Native art website. Most of the changes will be rather transparent to people since they involved things like updating the year of the copyright. There are also some additional links to partners added in many of the pages so we definitely encourage visitors to check them out. Enjoy the continuing development of the Free Spirit Gallery website.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Diversity Education Will Boost Your Appreciation For Native Culture

Diversity education will boost your appreciation for native culture. Since we live and work in such a diverse world now, learning to function well with different people from different backgrounds is crucial. Here's a new article on diversity education and the benefits one can get.

Monday, January 26, 2009

Native Art on Facebook

Okay, I've started to jump on this Facebook wagon now. Don't have much on my profile yet but feel free to check it out especially if you are into Native art and Inuit art. Just do a search for Clint Cora at Facebook and my page should come up. My next step is to add some choice pics of native art.

Saturday, January 24, 2009

New Motivation Book Is Finally Available

If you liked the books on Northwest Native art and Inuit art at Free Spirit Gallery, you will love the author's new motivation book called "The Life Champion In You". It is about overcoming challenges and achieving goals in life. And Clint Cora, the author, should know about motivation. He went from being a suicide survivor to become a Karate World Champion. The universal lessons from his journey are presented to you so that you can apply them for your own life. Take a look at more details of this much anticipated motivation book.

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Friday, January 23, 2009

Native Americans and Workplace Diversity Training

We all know that North American workplaces have become more diversified over the years. More and more Native Americans are encouraged to have careers in mainstream America. Diversity training has been an interesting topic for companies who want to take advantage of either doing business in diverse markets or have a diversity in their workplaces. Here is a new article by diversity speaker Clint Cora which highlights some major benefits of workplace diversity training for organizations.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Canadian Motivational Speaker Gets Book Delayed A Bit

Canadian motivational speaker Clint Cora will have to wait maybe another week before he can launch his much anticipated book, 'The Life Champion In You' due to a formatting issue with the printers. His ebook version is actually ready but won't be available until the launch of the printed softcover. Clint says that he wants to make both the ebook and the printed softcover available at the same time. Meanwhile, the Canadian motivational speaker is actively working on further projects including possible books on diversity and one for youth.

Monday, January 19, 2009

Toronto Motivational Speaker Hopes To Impact Arctic Students

Toronto motivational speaker and karate world champion Clint Cora, hopes to positively impact Arctic area high school students with a specially developed keynote presentation for youth and teens someday. He will likely start in southern Ontario first since that is the area he is based. Of course, he welcomes other local school boards to connect with him to discuss how he can help influence the students to choose positive lifestyle and career decisions. But an Arctic trip to speak to Inuit students will certainly be very fulfilling.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Toronto Business Gifts

Once again, Free Spirit Gallery is working with a Toronto company to supply it with business gifts in the form of Inuit art soapstone sculptures. One of the services we offer to Toronto area customers is that we will be willing to come to your offices and show you the pieces that you are interested in so you can check them out in person. This service is offered to all greater Toronto area companies.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Front Cover Of New Motivation Book

The front cover for the new motivation success book, The Life Champion In You, has been created. The book is still not ready yet as final steps in preparing for printing are being done right now. Projected availability is still February. The author is also the creator of Free Spirit Gallery and the book cover can be seen at our sister blog on motivation.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

A Bill Reid Haida Art Fan

I was the guest speaker at a Toronto area Rotary club yesterday and I noticed that one of the members had a bolo tie featuring a northwest indian art design of a thunderbird. When I asked him about it, he said that it was designed by Haida artist Bill Reid. Then we talked about some of Bill Reid's work including his large sculptures such as the giant Haida whale at the Museum of Civilization in Gatineau.

Monday, January 12, 2009

Inuit Inukshuk Being Shipped To Germany

One of our Canadian customers ordered an Inuit inukshuk sculpture to have it shipped to Germany. Shipping overseas is one of the services we offer so we were able to do that for her. This will be a very special gift to her friend in Germany as it is a uniquely Canadian item as well.

Thursday, January 08, 2009

Motivational Book Is Edited

My next book, "The Life Champion In You", has just passed the editing phase yesterday (finally!). The next step for this motivational book project is to create the cover. Once the cover is done, an ebook or electronic version of the book can be released. I don't think this will take long, maybe another week or so. To get the printed softcover version will take a bit more work as things must get formatted differently. That might take another week or two. So the ebook version will definitely be ready before January is out and it will be February for the printed version of my new motivational book.

Wednesday, January 07, 2009

Costa Rican Native Masks Partner Soon

We are working on a new partnership with a supplier of Costa Rican Native masks. Stay tuned as we hope to announce this new partnership in the February issue of our Native Art Gallery newsletter.

Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Costa Rican Native Masks Partner Soon

We are currently preparing to enter into a new partnership with a supplier of Costa Rican native masks for our Native Art gallery website. We should be able to announce something for the February Native Art Gallery newsletter.

Preparing For Costa Rican Native Masks Partner

We are currently preparing to enter into a new partnership with a supplier of Costa Rican native masks for our Native Art gallery website. We should be able to announce something for the February Native Art Gallery newsletter.

Monday, January 05, 2009

Links To African Art Gallery Working

The links to one of our African Art Gallery partners, Strictly Africa, were not working right but this has been fixed. Our links now go to their main webpage and you would have to select one of the product categories on the left side to see the items you want to see. They have some really nice African art including masks, carvings and even African drums. Definitely worth a look.