Richard Lowell Harding has been a stress management consultant for 20 years. His professional experience includes clinical hypnosis, motivational self-help, biofeedback, alpha-relaxation and professional handwriting analysis.
He is an ordained clergyman and has served churches in Boston, Attleboro and Clinton, Massachusetts. His freelance writings include Walking Through Stress, Why Does God Permit Suffering, Just What The Doctor Ordered, Back Pain Relief and the world's first Official Millennium Diary (2,867 photo's of the year 2,000).
Mr. Harding worked as a publicist and promotional writer for international best selling author, Deepak Chopra, Ageless Body, Timeless Mind (over one million hard copies sold), Way of the Wizard and Seven Spiritual Laws of Success.
He is a member of Who's Who in the World, Who's Who in America and Who's Who in the East. Also, the American Academy of Human Services, National Association of Platform Speakers and the Rotary and Lion's Clubs International.
Harding is the first prize winner of Campbell Soup Corporation's National Photo Contest 2000, the creator of the world's first Millennium Museum 2000 in Clinton, Massachusetts and a television producer for countless ATT Broadband TV specials.
Richard Lowell Harding during a world television interview with newly elected President Jimmy Carter at Clinton, Masaachusett's Town Hall, questioned Carter about a lasting solution for Middle East Peace. The response, heard around the globe, became the format for the Camp David Accords and the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty.
Rev. Mr. Harding is graduate of Bob Jones University, Greenville, South Carolina (B.A. degree, cum laude).
He is married to Mary L. Harding and resides in Clinton, Massachusetts.