Dr. Bill Crawford to Present Keynote Address
at Glass TEXpo
March 12, 2010
Glass TEXpo 2010 will take place April 15-16 at the El Tropicano
Holiday Inn Riverwalk in San Antonio, and will include a special
keynote address by Dr. Bill Crawford who will discuss "Moving
from Surviving to Thriving: How to Bring More Clarity, Confidence,
and Creativity to Your Business and Your Life!" The session
is sponsored by JLM Wholesale and will take place on Thursday, April
Everyone has heard the statistics that 75 percent of business owners
and mangers today describe their lives as "very stressful."
Frustration and burnout are common and almost everyone predicts
it's going to get worse before it gets better. And even though everyone
is experiencing more stress than ever, they are also tired of traditional
"stress management" and people giving them simplistic
answers to life's complex problems. In his session, Dr. Crawford
will address this problem by first providing new information about
why this level of stress and frustration is so prevalent, and then,
using humor, common language and common sense, will offer a step-by-step
system for accessing the clarity, confidence and creativity necessary
for success in today's world.
In addition to holding a doctorate in psychology from the University
of Houston, Dr. Crawford is a licensed psychologist, author of four
books and an organizational consultant. Over the last 25 years he
has created more than 3,200 presentations for such organizations
as Sprint, Shell, JPMorgan/Chase, PBS and many other organizations
and professional associations nationwide. He has a unique perspective
on life, which he shares with such humor and energy that he is constantly
referred to as the "Steve Martin" of corporate America.
In addition, his two PBS specials have been seen by more than 15
million people and he has been quoted as an expert in such diverse
publications as The New York Times and Entrepreneur magazine, just
to name a few.
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