Reflections Of A Love Supreme–Creating Success Now!
Tom Ingrassia, a Motown historian, motivational speaker, radio personality and an award winning author of “Reflections Of A Love Supreme: Motown Through The Eyes of Fans” joins Enterprise Radio.
This episode of Enteprise Radio is in association with the Author Channel.
- This has been quite a year for you, Tom, full of awards, your 2nd book–and I understand you are working on a 3rd book. Tell us what’s been going on.
- Your new book, Reflections of a Love Supreme, looks fascinating. Tell me a little bit about the book.
- I understand that you are donating a portion of your book sales to 2 charitable organizations. Why is that important to you?
- Your success came later in life–why do you think that is?
- What advice or words of wisdom do you have for our listeners who may have dreams that they think are impossible dreams?
An in-demand speaker, he travels the country with his motivational programs, “Mental Massage: A Mindful Approach To Achieving Your Goals,” and “Making A Difference Begins With YOU…So Live Into Your Dreams,” and pop culture lectures, “Motown and The Civil Rights Movement,” and “Girl Power: The Supremes As Cultural Icons.” He served as Creative Director of Mary Wilson’s “Supreme Legacy” from 2000 to 2005, and also worked with The Velvelettes, Arlene Smith (The Chantels), Barbara Alston (The Crystals), June Monteiro (The Toys), and Carl Gardner (The Coasters). Tom is host of “The Motown Jukebox” on WCUW 91.3FM (Worcester, MA).
In 2014 and 2015, he was named Best Radio Personality in The Landmark Readers’ Choice Awards. His first book–One Door Closes: Overcoming Adversity By Following Your Dreams (co-authored with Jared Chrudimsky)–received a National Indie Excellence Award in 2014. Tom is currently working on his third book–The Passion of Teaching: How Professors Inspire Their Students (co-authored with Dr. Arni Arnthorsson), scheduled for publication in 2016.