Dr. Rosalene Glickman, thinking expert and best-selling author of Optimal Thinking, is deeply concerned about the impact of the President's recent statements. When deaths of Americans are described as "not optimal," and "bumps in the road" and a Youtube video is defined as "bigotry," "blasphemy,"
Glickman, who has appeared on hundreds of shows worldwide, will reveal:
* The specific messages signaled by suboptimal thinking
* How language is being used to distort reality in this election cycle
* How Optimal Thinking empowers us to be our best, and bring out the best in others
* Three questions politicians, pundits and business leaders can ask to steer America on its best track.
Rosalene Glickman, Ph.D. is the international best-selling author of Optimal Thinking (Wiley 7 printings and in 16 languages), hailed by academia and the media as "the successor to positive thinking" and "the basis of best practices for personal
and professional optimization."
Glickman is the founder of OptimalThinking.com and the President of The World Academy of Personal Development Inc., a Los Angeles, California optimization training and consulting firm. Since 1980, she has provided optimization consultation and training for individuals and organizations including the U.S. Army, U.S. Treasury, Young Presidents' Organization, Warner Bros., UCLA, Smithsonian Associates, Johnson & Johnson, Mensa, California State University, Fullerton (Department of Management), BP, and Air New Zealand.
This Optimal Thinking woman is a seasoned print and electronic media veteran. She has been featured on Bloomberg TV, Fox News Channel, CBS Weekend Magazine, New York Times, Association Management Magazine, Government Executive Magazine, Inc magazine, Business Review Weekly, Australian Business Magazine, The Australian, Personal Success Magazine, Successful Selling and Managing Magazine, Woman's World Magazine, and the list goes on.
Glickman is the recipient of the "Woman of the Year" award for National Business Women's Week in Hollywood. She has earned a Ph.D. in Psychology, a Teaching diploma and a degree in Business Administration.