01, 2003 11:42 AM US Eastern Timezone
If You Haven't Been Rejected Recently, You Probably Aren't
Living Close Enough To Your Potential, Says Motivational
Speaker Tom Justin
LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 1, 2003--Larry King, one
of the best-known and respected broadcasters in the world,
states, "Tom Justin is a terrific storyteller. His message
will inspire, teach and entertain you." In his early
career, Tom worked as a salesman and sales trainer while developing
the background to give inspirational talks to sales and marketing
groups. Tom has consolidated many personal experiences into
a book and seminar series that have changed people's lives.
The latest version of the book entitled "How To take
NO For An Answer And Still Succeed - The Manual," published
in September of 2003, is currently available through Tom's
website at www.tomjustin.com.
If you haven't been rejected recently, you probably aren't
living close enough to your potential. That is the principal
that has guided the development of a self-help book and seminar
series penned by Tom Justin of Las Vegas, a well-known motivational
speaker and writer. From how to get a raise to dealing with
job loss to fear of rejection, his unique perspective on this
subject will show the readers how to use rejection as a stepping-stone
to success in their business and personal lives.
"All of us have been stalled by rejection and my purpose
in writing this book and seminar series is to share with readers
my experiences in understanding and using rejection to move
forward and not allow themselves to equate rejection with
failure," said Mr. Justin.
"If rejection is like a disease creeping up, then overcoming
us and stopping us cold, then Tom Justin is the 'Jonas Salk'
of rejection. His 'How To Take NO For An Answer And Still
Succeed' program is the perfect vaccine for every kind of
rejection life can throw at us," says Jack Canfield,
co-author, "Chicken Soup For The Soul" Series.
For further information or to schedule an interview, please
MDR Market Vision
Mal Ransom, 818-368-8463
Tom Justin, 702-804-2867