Prison Inmate Testimonials
Prison Inmates
the Homeless
The folks staying at Lou's Homeless
Hotel get four weeks of shelter,
training and meals. After that, motel
workers have enough training to get
into the workforce and  Principe  helps
them get jobs, they are just not
returned to the streets. Principe has
over 50+ years experience teaching
self-image psychology, customer
service and sales. He has spent the
past 15 years volunteering his time
training those about to be released
from prison and the homeless.

Principe's  highly trained team of
retired executives will help you set up
this program in your city. This is a one
of a kind  program that has proven
sustainable  documented results. For
additional information please call
Lou's cell phone: 720-447-7300
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Lou as Chairman of the Interact Club in 1970 painted the Broward
County Juvenile Detention Center in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida with
high school students from Coconut Creek High School.
Lou was sworn as a Police Officer in 1969 and recruited
with the Terrorism Task Force identifying three terrorist
in Florida being trained by a Retired General.

Two letters by a former agent and a senior official from
the C.I.A. were sent recommending Lou to the C.I.A. to
help find people of high intelligence at his seminars.

As a resource person, Lou has been involved in finding
corruption in corporations
, government agencies and
departments over the past few years..
The Homeless Hotel
A Leadership Development Group specializing in Practical Wisdom to help individuals and organizations reach peak performance.
Companies, newspapers,& magazine articles
have called Lou the Billy Graham of Corporate
America,  Visionary, Creative Genius, Advisor,
Real Estate Broker, Arbitrator, etc.

His earthly titles have been:
Police Officer, Adjunct Professor,
Senior Associate Pastor and Chaplain.

This program guarantees to increase your
intellectual brain power  for you to be dangerous
by the time you leave the program.  It will change
your life forever.


Lou Principe
seat with my gun in my right hand by my side pointing
driver responded: “Lou, Chief Malphurs told us we can talk
to you. We really are FBI.” I heard my name. I heard
Woods’ name, and the driver stuck his arm out the window.
In his hand was his FBI identification. I was stunned: I put
my gun and badge in my pocket. The agent asked if I knew
the girl I went out with tonight. I told him I had just met her
at the Dairy Queen. I did not even know her last name. He
asked if she knew I was a police officer. I told him it never
came up. I did undercover drug work at times, and
everyone knew me as the kid working at Dairy Queen, but
no one knew I owned it. The other FBI agent explained that
she and her boyfriend had committed several bank
robberies in Arkansas, as well as murder. They were
holding off arresting her hoping the boyfriend would show
up. The agents said, “The chief approved you for a special
assignment with the FBI. to help capture Marvin Grissom,
the boyfriend, who was on the Most Wanted List. The next
day, the FBI wired my car and told me not to carry a gun or
my Police ID and “to spend as much time as I could at her
house waiting for Marvin to make contact with her. No one
has any idea what went through my mind the few days I
spent several days at her house. “I’m a dead man.” I had
no idea she was so vicious, she has seemed so nice. A taxi
driver knocked on her door a few days later and delivered
an envelope to her. She opened it and asked if I could
drive her to the Howard Johnson Restaurant on 441.I
asked her where we were going again in the car, praying
the FBI was monitoring the wire in the car. I had no idea if
they heard where we were going or if they were watching
us. The beads of perspiration were dripping down my
neck, my chest cavity was heaving, and the veins in my
temples were bulging. She asked me if anything was wrong
because I was sweating. I told her I might be coming down
with a cold. After we arrived at the Howard Johnson
Restaurant, we took a corner booth on the left by the
kitchen swinging doors. Our spot was isolated from the rest
of the restaurant. I had a view of Highway 441 and the
parking lot. I was looking around for my FBI contact, but
was nowhere to be seen. I was really sweating at that
point. Not seeing any of the FBI agents, I assumed they
didn’t hear the radio message. When Marvin showed up,
he was going to kill me. In retrospect, I should have
sneaked one of my guns in my socks. We waited for over
two hours; Marvin didn’t show up. All of a sudden the
swinging doors of the kitchen opened. The FBI agent I
knew walked up to our booth and said, “Officer Principe,
up besides me and a person in the car yelled out to me,
would you like to introduce me?” With that, the woman
went into a rage. She stood up screaming, you’re a #$%^%
cop, you $%&^#. She tried to escape but the agent
blocked her path, put her in handcuffs, and arrested her. I
asked the agent, “What if he shows up, is it just you?” He
pointed out the window. “See the telephone repair people?
Did you notice the painters on the roof when you came in?
The bus boy and the waiter are all agents.” Wow, I never
knew how they operated. Since that day, I have had the
utmost respect for the FBI.

Lou Principe, Real Estate Visionary Marketing
Former Adjunct Professor University of North Florida
& Senior Associate at University of Central Florida
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Multi-Cultural Subliminal Motivation, Self-Image
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Lou is known as The Billy Graham of Corporate
America.  He teaches traditional values of integrity,
honesty & team building.

"A student asked to be excused so he could
apologize to his manager for not working as hard
as he should have." Jacksonville Times Union
Isaiah 42:7 "to open eyes that are blind, & free captives from the prison house"..of their mind.
One of my houses I designed, built and lived
in, my dream turned into a concrete reality.
retired Denver Broncos, a training program in Denver for US
Home Corporation, the largest builder in the nation in 1986.
His words stuck with me and I repeated his story at my
seminars. One of the NFL players’ secrets for success: HAVE
WRITTEN DOWN. I wish I knew his name. He wanted so badly
to become the NFL Kick Off Receiver approximate year 1978
that he interviewed the person who won it the prior year and
asked, “How did it feel when you won.” He replied, “All I
remember was the heat of the movie camera on my face
when the news media interviewed me.” He wanted it so badly
that he set up movie camera lights in his bathroom at home
and pretended he was being interviewed for a year. HE DID
IT. HE WON IT!! He became the NFL #1 Kick Off Receiver.
There is a lot more he and the other retired Broncos taught
me about visualization. I went home and applied it by
designing my dream mansion. It was only a dream, but
because of him, it turned into concrete reality.