Alan Cohen

Alan Cohen is a “Heart” act to follow.  An extraordinarily popular writer and speaker, his books, tapes, syndicated column, and transformational seminars have touched the lives of millions who have found the courage to believe in themselves and follow their dreams.  He is the author of 20 successful inspirational books.

Alan’s first book,  The Dragon Doesn’t Live Here Anymore has become a modern metaphysical classic, voted one of the top ten transformational books of the decade in Unity, and used as a college text and foundation for study groups.  Why Your Life Sucks and What You Can Do About It have sold over 100,000 copies and is a national bestseller.

A contributing writer for the New York Times #1 best-selling Chicken Soup for the Soul series, one of Alan’s pieces has been produced as an episode on the Chicken Soup television series.  His book of daily inspirational thoughts, A Deep Breath of Life, received the Body Mind Spirit Magazine Award of Excellence.  His writing has been lauded in A Treasury of Light; 101 Top Experts; and A Chorus of Wisdom. Alan’s books have been translated into 20 foreign languages, with eight titles in Japanese alone.

Each month Alan’s column, From the Heart, is syndicated in over 85 magazines internationally.  His interviews and articles have been acclaimed in Science of Mind, New Woman, First for Women, New Realities, Human Potential, and Visions magazines.

Alan is a frequent guest on radio and television shows throughout the nation, including CNN, FOX, CNBC, and many Good Morning shows. He is a faculty member at Omega Institute, America’s largest center for holistic education. He has addressed personal development organizations throughout the United States, Europe, the former Soviet Union, Japan, Indonesia, the South Pacific and South America.

Alan resides in Maui, Hawaii.  His programs include national lecture tours, residential mastery trainings in Hawaii and Fiji, on-line courses, and personal mentorship.