How can you enjoy failure, be amused by rejection and thrive on anxiety?
What are the nine reasons why failure and adversity have greater value than success? What are the three
reasons why we might take negative feedback personally? What are the two negative reactions to rejection? What are the two qualities we need to convert resistance into receptivity so we develop relationships that assure our results? What are the ten negative addictions that people self-destructively depend upon to cope with stress and the four positive addictions for thriving on anxiety? How do we make a transformation from being externally to internally oriented?
In his fiftieth year as a professional speaker, Art Mortell, at the Project Leadership Conference in Paris, France, was listed as “America’s number one technology motivational speaker.” Art has given over six hundred presentations for IBM including Australia, Canada and Singapore, as well as speaking in The Bahamas, England, Jamaica, Mexico and Spain. He is the author, from McGraw Hill, of The Courage to Fail, and his most recent book, An Adventure into your mind. Art’s Graduate Degree is from the City University of New York, he was a sales representative for IBM for over five years, taught at Pasadena College for four years, conducted executive conferences at Pepperdine University in Malibu and most recently has been a guest instructor at California State College in Los Angeles in a class entitled The Psychology of Emotions.