14 Aug August 14, 2020 – 12 Rules of Attention Dr. Joseph Cardillo and Novelist Timothy Jay Smith
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Dr. Joseph Cardillo – Best-Selling Author of The 12 Rules of Attention
96% of what we do during the day is done automatically.
Dr. Joseph Cardillo is a recognized leader in holistic healthcare and a sought-after expert on body energy, attention training, and creative thinking. He holds a Ph.D. in holistic psychology and mind-body medicine. Dr. Cardillo is an expert in Attention Training™ and creative thinking and has taught his methods to over 20,000 students at various institutions. Dr. Cardillo received the prestigious 2011 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Scholarly Research and Creative Activity. He is the author of several books in the fields of health, mind-body-spirit, and psychology, which have been translated into 10 languages. He is a regular contributor to Psychology Today, writes a health column for Live Happy and is a research associate at The Mind-Body Science Institute International. In addition, he has co-written books for Harvard Health Publications. His most notable work is the body-energy classic Be Like Water. His book Body Intelligence – Harness Your Body’s Energies for Your Best Life (2015), received a starred review in Publishers Weekly and was a #9 Library Journal national bestseller. Dr. Cardillo’s most recent book, The 12 Rules of Attention: How to Avoid Screw-Ups, Free Up Headspace, Do More and Be More At Work, aims to help readers train their attention to sharp, accurate, high definition, and keep it there.
Timothy Jay Smith – Novelist and Screenwriter
I feel like I am helping people, which is what I wanted to do.
I can say my work has helped millions of people, which is
something most people can’t say.
Timothy Jay Smith has traveled the world collecting stories and characters for his novels and screenplays which have received high praise. Tim’s first novel won the Paris Prize for Fiction, and his first play, staged successfully in New York City, won the prestigious Stanley Drama Award. He’s won numerous screenwriting awards including the Grand Prize in international competitions for his screenplay adaptation of Cooper’s Promise. Tim was nominated for the 2017 Pushcart Prize for his short fiction, Stolen Memories. His recent novel, Fire on the Island, set in Greece was critically acclaimed. Previously, he won the Paris Prize for Fiction (now the Paris Literary Prize) for his novel, A Vision of Angels. Kirkus Reviews called Cooper’s Promise a “literary dynamite” and selected it as one of the Best Books of 2012.