Professor, author, lecturer on love. By Variety Staff. Follow Us on Twitter. Leo Buscaglia, the professor, author and lecturer on the topic of love whose motivational speeches frequently appeared on PBS during fund drives, died Friday of a heart attack at his home in Lake Tahoe. He was
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Leo Buscaglia was a highly inspirational personal development author and professor. He wrote more than a dozen books and sold more than 11 million copies printed in 20 languages. At one time, five of his books appeared on The New York Times best-seller list. He frequently appeared on public television in the United States during the seventies, delivering moving speeches that always ending in extended, individual hugs with members of the audience. I was in awe of this man and his words.
Leo Buscaglia, TV Advocate Of Love's Power, Dies at 74
Love", was an American author, motivational speaker , and a professor in the Department of Special Education at the University of Southern California. Buscaglia served in the U. Navy during World War II. Using G. He was the first to state and promote the concept of hugs to 5 survive, 8 maintain and 12 to thrive.
Leo Buscaglia, a man whose work I truly love and value, spent his entire life living in love. And he wanted the whole world to be immersed in love. He wanted us all to live a more fulfilling life.