Saturday, April 10, 2010



on being in a Super Bowl Sunday commercial, award winning television series and movies, Schatar Sapphira continues to gain phenomenal success globally. Beautiful, internationally recognizable, Schatar Sapphira is "Entertainment Fire", a Sunflower, with the way she brings a magnificently brilliant prism of charisma
to the stage and screen.

Her own widely popular international television series "What's Next? The TV Series"
establishes her as a power reckoning, recognizable talent.

Schatar Sapphira masters the love of the art, mesmerizing international audiences in popular screen productions and live musical performances: The most popular character "Hottie" on two #1 global
MTV Networks series “Flavor of Love” and “Charm
School”, “CSI”, “Boston Legal”,
the movie “High Roller” starring two actors from “The Sopranos”, “CSI Miami”, “the movie “Waist Deep“, the “FOX Reality Awards”, a concert performance at the “British Embassy
a children's Opera the John F. Kennedy Center, headlining at the National Theatre’s Helen
Hayes Gallery,
and in a live performance in Amsterdam Netherlands.

A conservatory educated vocalist, her melodic singing voice and over five octave vocal range awaken the senses. Familiar with 5 languages, Schatar Sapphira illustrated the successful children's story,
“It’s Raining Alphabet Rainbows".

Don Gabor's parents wanted him to be an attorney, but instead he helps professionals from all disciplines grow their revenues by starting profitable conversations with people in business and social situations.

Don also trains executives, managers and staff on how to work more effectively with coworkers and clients. He is the author of the bestseller, How to Start a Conversation and Make Friends, (Fireside/Simon & Schuster) and ten other books and tapes on interpersonal communication skills.

Don's newest book, Turn Small Talk into Big Deals: Using 4 Key Conversation Styles To Customize Your Networking Approach, Build Relationships and Win More Clients was published by McGraw-Hill Professional in April 2009. His books have been translated into more than a dozen foreign languages including Japanese, Chinese, Spanish and French.

Don's programs are content-rich, interactive, entertaining and practical. In addition to customizing role-playing exercises that address the challenges of your specific group or industry, he gives each participant coaching in a supportive and risk-free setting. Don is also available for individual coaching, as a spokesperson, or panel guest.

Don uses lecture, demonstration, role-playing, hands-on exercises, assessment instruments, and small group activities to create an entertaining and instructional environment where everyone attending learns how to impact the growth and efficiency of their company or organization.

Don has been writing books and offering communication programs since 1980. His clients include Korin Japanese Trading Corp. Marriott Hotels, Shearman & Sterling LLP, Standard & Poors, Time Inc., Viacom and many others.

Don was a media spokesperson for Grand Marnier, Sprint and Frito-Lay and is a frequent media guest with hundreds of print, radio and television placements, including BetterTV and "60 Minutes with Andy Rooney." He has been a member of the National Speakers Association since 1991. He founded his company, Conversation Arts Media in 1991.

The New Yorker called Don, "a gifted conversationalist."


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