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Book Now Best Public Speaker Randy E King "History can show us where we do or do not want to go."

Promise Keeper
Available December 2017

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"We take you on a journey of discovery that looks at Moses and Jesus through many facets, to develop a more complete picture of who they are and what they represent."

Dream 2 Achieve
Available August 2016

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"Leadership is about standing out from the masses while being an example for them."

Leading America
Published June 2015

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"Authentic leaders are given what they deserve by others through selfless acts."

Published August 2014

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"Our true enemy is ignorance & apathy."

Real Teens - True Stories

Is Anybody Listening Book Cover "Raising teenagers is like trying to nail Jell-O to a tree."

Left Center Right What is Best for America Book Cover "He who knows nothing is closer to the truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors."

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Museum Free Admission Day – September 29, 2012

Find more information at http://www.smithsonianmag.com/museumday/venues/

The Smithsonian.com is teaming up with many museums across the United States to offer a Free Day at the Museum in celebration of Museum Day.

Find more information at http://www.smithsonianmag.com/museumday/venues/

Below is a list of participating museums by state:


Alabama Museum of Natural History – Tuscaloosa
American Sport Art Museum and Archives – Daphne
Birmingham Civil Rights Institute – Birmingham
Iron and Steel Museum of Alabama – McCalla
Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art – Auburn
Kentuck Museum Association, Inc. – Northport
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts – Montgomery
Moundville Archaeological Park and Museum – Moundville
Sci-Quest, Hands-on Science Center – Huntsville
SPLC’s Civil Rights Memorial Center – Montgomery
The Gorgas House Museum – Tuscaloosa
USS ALABAMA Battleship Memorial Park – Mobile
Veterans Memorial Museum – Huntsville
Vulcan Park and Museum – Birmingham


Pratt Museum – Homer


Arizona Historical Society Museum at Papago Park – Tempe
Arizona History Museum, Arizona Historical Society – Tucson
Arizona Museum of Natural History – Mesa
Arizona State Museum – Tucson
Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum – Bisbee
Cave Creek Museum – Cave Creek
DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun – Tucson
Desert Botanical Garden – Phoenix
Fort Lowell Museum – Tucson
Kitt Peak National Observatory Visitor Center and Museum – Sells
Old Trails Museum – Winslow
Phippen Museum – Prescott
Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park – Phoenix
Rim Country Museum – Payson
River of Time Museum – Fountain Hills


Mid-America Science Museum – Hot Springs
Old Independence Regional Museum – Batesville
Rogers Historical Museum – Rogers

What to Do With Teenagers: 10 Steps to Help Me with My Teenager by Author/CEO Randy E King

What to Do With Teenagers
10 Steps to Help Me with My Teenager on How to Become Successful in School and Life
By CEO / Author Randy E. King

As a senior leader with the US Chamber of Commerce, Randy E. King is the author of 8 national/international best-selling books on leadership & business development, founder of computer software & sales/marketing companies, keynote speaker & adviser to many Fortune 500 companies, featured guest on many radio & TV shows, and co-producer of a high value website.

Randy has developed a 10 Step plan that provides a guide to success in both school and life. This plan is not just for students. It is for anyone who wants to do better in life: Parents, Teachers, Business Owners – and yes Students.

Simply enter your email in the form on the right or below to receive this FREE REPORT.

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Kids Can Corner

13 Year Old, Emili Cabrera, Needs Your Help Raising Money to Help Academically Focused Underprivileged Teens Gain Opportunities for Education and Leadership Training.

Upcoming Events:

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Kids Can Winter Wonderland
First Annual Benefit Concert
Wednesday, December 14, 2011 from 4:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Fiesta Palace Party Hall
11150 Montwood Dr #B5
El Paso, TX 79936

Raffle, Silent Auction, Refreshments, Balloonists, Musicians, Magicians, Santa Clause, and other Activities for Children

Please volunteer to help make this event a great success for our youth:

If interested please contact Jennifer or Emili Cabrera at your earliest convenience 915.791.2286

To Whom It May Concern:

People to People is a for profit organization that offers adolescents the chance to travel while getting a head start on their college education. I, Emili Cabrera, am a 13 year old and have been nominated to participate in their European Odyssey tour as a student ambassador of the United States. After attending an orientation, I felt both excited and overwhelmed. My excitement stemmed from the vast amount of information and the realization that this journey is the opportunity of a lifetime. The overwhelming part is the cost associated with the trip and the fact that I’m a daughter of a low income single parent household. However, obstacles should simply be viewed as something to overcome and immediately prompts me into action.

People to People offers tweens, teens, and young adults an opportunity to travel across seven continents through their junior high and high school years as student ambassadors of the United States. Each of the forty students selected to attend an excursion must first be nominated, complete an application, and pass the interview process. Once chosen, the students will learn leadership skills, the culture, and history up close and hands on. At the journey’s end these young adults will receive a certificate of completion which can be used towards college credits at six of the eight Ivy League schools and many more.

The orientation demonstrated ordinary children doing extraordinary things. One example is that our generation is more willing to volunteer than ever before. Another example is we’re taking a stand and making a change by creating an awareness of global issues, informing our nation’s leaders, and doing something about it. Examples of these are when student ambassadors organized the following events: donating shoes to third world countries, organizing supplies for our soldiers in Afghanistan, and starting an organization that promotes random acts of kindness reaching people across the globe. Each student ambassador as an individual impacted the world and lit a fire within me to do something extraordinary.

As previously mentioned, there are cost associated with each tour ranging between six and ten thousand dollars. People to People does offer partial scholarships, however, for the most part you’re responsible to cover the expense. The Monday immediately proceeding the Saturday orientation I set out via foot on bus seeking sponsors and donations. Many were willing to help with small items and door prizes, but with little to no incentive to offer their company I was forced to find an alternative to raise the funds. The idea to host a banquet was a direct result to the lack of sponsorship. Soon after I created an online ad for local talent and quickly received positive responses. Realizing the limitless possibilities and funds this could raise encouraged me to help others in the same or similar situations and start an organization called Kids Can.

Kids Can is designed to promote the importance of education, volunteering in your community, leadership skills, and remind kids that they can do anything they set their mind to regardless of their circumstance. I would like to take part in what kids can and decide what to do in making our world a better place and with your help I’m confident I know this thirteen year old KID CAN.

Progress Updates

Kids Can Winter Wonderland First Annual Benefit Concert – December 14, 2011
Fiesta Palace Party Hall


Adventure Zone, 251 E. Redd Rd., El Paso, TX 79932, 915.585.9663
Bowling Family YMCA: 5509 Will Ruth, El Paso, TX 79924, 915.755.9622
Carmike 16 Theater: 9840 Gateway Blvd. North, El Paso, TX 79924, 915.751.6867
Chili’s Grill & Bar: 4525 Woodrow Bean, El Paso, TX 79924, 915.757.3609
CiCi’s Pizza: 4654 Woodrow Bean, El Paso, TX 79924, 915.751.7788
Great American Steakhouse: 7600 Alabama St., El Paso, TX 79904, 915.751.5300
Helen of Troy: 1 Helen of Troy Plaza, El Paso, TX 79912, 915.225.8000
Party City: 655 Sunland Park Dr. #C-2, El Paso, TX 79912, 915.581.5522
WalMart Supercenter: 4530 Woodrow Bean, El Paso, TX 79924, 915.757.0151
Western Playland Amusement Park: 1249 Futurity Dr., Sunland Park, NM 88063, 575.589.3410


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Jennifer or Emili Cabrera – transglobalrc@yahoo.com, 915.791.2286

Lesson Plans on American Patriotism for Kids

StoriesofUSA.com has many opportunities to learn about American Patriotism and what it means to be American. Simply follow the links below for a specific topic:

Definition of American Patriotism

Major Events in US History:

United States History
10 Minute Overview of United States History
Major Important Events in US History
US History Videos
Plymouth Rock & First Thanksgiving 1620, Plymouth Rock Pilgrim Memorial State Park
The American Revolution, Valley Forge National Historical Park
US Civil War, Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg Address
Moon Landing 1969

Major American Patriotic Icons:
Plymouth Rock, Pilgrim Memorial State Park
Mount Vernon Memorial Park
Liberty Bell, Independence Hall
Valley Forge National Historical Park
Monticello VA National Historical Landmark
The Lewis and Clark Journey
The Alamo
Gettysburg National Military Park
Little Big Horn
Statue of Liberty
Kittyhawk, NC
Mt Rushmore National Memorial Park
USS Arizona Memorial
WTC Ground Zero Museum & Memorial
Arlington National Cemetery
Washington DC Monuments
Kennedy Space Center
The Great Seal of the United States of America

American Patriotic…:
American Patriotic Songs
American Patriotic Quotes
American Patriotic Speeches
American Patriotic Videos

Success in America:
Greatest American Entrepreneurs
Top Characteristics of Successful People
Raising Successful Children: How to Teach Kids Success

Virginia Genealogy: Pocahontas & US Presidents Family Tree
How the US Government Works: a Brief Summary of Civics
AP US History Practice Test
The 50 States Maps Games

Recommended Historical Movies

* Note: Some of these movies are not recommended for children

Pre-Colonial / Colonial

Roots (1977)
The Crucible (1996)
The Last of the Mohicans (1992)
The New World (2005)

Revolutionary War

Benedict Arnold: A Question of Honor (2003)
John Adams (2008)
The Crossing (2000)
The Patriot (2000)

American Expansion

Gangs of New York (2002)
The Alamo (2004)

Civil War

Gettysburg (1993)
Glory (1989)
Gods and Generals (2003)
Gone with the Wind (1939)
The Conspirator (2010)

American Expansion #2

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee (2007)
Geronimo: An American Legend (1993)
Rough Riders (1997)
Wild Bill (1995)
Wyatt Earp (1994)

20th Century

Apollo 13 (1995)
Band of Brothers (2001)
Bonnie and Clyde (1967)
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)
Flags of Our Fathers (2006)
Inherit the Wind (1960)
Letters from Iwo Jima (2006)
To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)
The Grapes of Wrath (1940)
Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970)

21st Century

United 93 (2006)

Dream2Achieve Resources


JK Rowling Interview – “A Year in the Life” Part 6
Visiting Her Former Home & How She Wants to Be Remembered

The Successful Author of “Harry Potter” Series

Kids Cures Foundation LogoChildren’s Wellness – Kids Cures Foundation

Mohave Accelerated Learning Center Patriots LogoEmpowering Future Leaders for Success – Mohave Accelerated Learning Center

Rosies GarageAfter School Tutoring Program – Rosie’s Garage

Dream2Achieve in Bullhead City, AZ

Randy E King Dream2Achieve MALC Bullhead City AZRandy E King, CEO/Author, visited the school on Monday to address the middle and high school students. King, who recently wrote “Left-Center-Right: What is Best for America?”, spoke about his interest in education, noting that today’s students are the future of our country.

Mr. King also discussed a potential book project he is considering that would feature essays from MALC students on the topic of hardships they have overcome in life. Dr. Vickie Christensen, our superintendent, was also on hand to encourage the students to participate in the school’s essay contest that will provide material for the book. She announced cash prizes for winning entries and noted that any students published in the book would remain anonymous.

King showed a short video of a recent interview about his book before encouraging the students to strive for success in life.

Solutions Based Youth Leadership Program – Dream2Achieve

Dream 2 Achieve: Solutions Based Youth Program
Freedom Academy Veterans Day 2009

The purpose of Dream2Achieve is to engage our students to dream and achieve for a brighter tomorrow. We want to encourage them to think and act so they can build not only their future – but the future of America.

“Children are the world’s most valuable resource and its best hope for the future.” – President John F. Kennedy: UNICEF, July 25, 1963

“Doors will be opened by these students. Minds and talents will be stretched to achieve what will amaze us all but we will not be surprised for we will smile at the amazing results of our Young Americans.” – Randy E. King

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10 Steps for Young Americans to do Well in School and Life

Great Achievements by Teenagers

Roles of Teachers, Parents and Students


Drunk Driving
Peer Pressure
Poor Self Image
Drop Out of School
Depression – Suicide
Alcohol & Drug Abuse
Physical & Emotional Abuse
Bad Attitude, Rebellious Behavior
Learning Disability (Dyslexia, ADHD, Autism)
Conflicts in Relationships (Parent to Child, Peer to Peer)


We are proud to announce the beginnings of our new book: Dream2Achieve – Strategies on Winning in School and Life

We brought you American Pride eBook, StoriesofUSA.com and Left-Center-Right: What is BEST for America?

We want your personal story about what inspires you and helps you achieve your goals.

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What to Do With Teenagers
10 Things to Help Me with My Teenager on How to Become Successful in School and Life

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By CEO / Author Randy E. King

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