Howard Martin

Howard Martin brings more than 30 years of experience in business and personal development to the position of Executive Vice President, Strategic Development. Howard's responsibilities include global alliances, marketing, and program and product development. Howard has been instrumental in assisting Doc Childre in the development and teaching of HeartMath's programs since its inception. He speaks internationally on the HeartMath approach to advancing human performance that is based on compelling scientific research--linking heart function with health, emotional well-being and intelligence.

Howard is co-author with Doc Childre of The HeartMath Solution, published in 2000 by Harper San Francisco. He also developed Nightingale-Conant's tape series, "The HeartMath Method."

Howard is a dynamic speaker, and has delivered hundreds of workshops and keynote addresses to audiences ranging from corporations, to the armed forces, to educators, families, and human service providers.

As a key spokesperson for HeartMath, he has conducted hundreds of media interviews. His media appearances have included CNN Headline News, ABC World News Tonight, ABC Good Morning America, WNBC-TV-New York, NBC Chicago News, WGN-TV-Chicago, Discovery Channel-Beyond 2000, CBN/Canada, KCBS-AM San Francisco, San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Globe, New York Times, Men's Journal, Body & Soul Magazine, First for Women, and Muscle and Fitness magazine.

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Entries by Howard Martin

The Need for More Heart

Imagine what it would be like if you could give your community a feeling of safety and security, hope and optimism for the future. What if you and those around you were able to have significantly greater balance and control in your lives — even in the midst of change? In this world, people would consciously work toward treating others with more kindness and care. Children growing up in such a world would have more emotional stability and security. Whole departments in government and business would operate with more care. New solutions would be found to stubborn problems. Imagine what… Read more.