Jim Bouchard – Promoting Your Book by Being a Media Personality

On November 4th, 2010 Alan E. Smith and Tyler R. Tichelaar spoke with author, blackbelt, and media access guru Jim Bouchard, about how to develop yourself into a successful personality sought by the media. Jim Bouchard has spoken to numerous companies and organizations including the CEO Club of Boston,  the University of New England, , the Association for Consulting Expertise, , and the Boy Scouts of America, to name but a few. He appears regularly on radio, TV and in person sharing his message of excellence, discipline, focus and opportunity. He spoke on a wide range of aspects including:

  • What does it mean to Think Like a Black Belt?]
  • What are some of the key characteristics of Black Belt Mindset?
  • Why is Black Belt Mindset so important in today’s world?
  • How do you apply Black Belt Mindset to business or personal life?
  • What exactly is success? Can anyone become successful?
  • Is this just another “positive thinking” philosophy or “secret?”
  • What’s wrong with positive thinking?
  • Do you need to be a martial artist to Think Like a Black Belt?

Jim Bouchard

Jim Bouchard

Martial arts transformed Jim Bouchard’s self-perception from that of drug abuser, college drop-out and failure to success as a professional martial artist and Black Belt. Today Jim tours nationally to teach his Black Belt Mindset philosophy. His second book, Think Like a Black Belt was released in May, 2010. This first book is Dynamic Components of Personal Power.

Think Like a Black Belt

Think Like a Black Belt

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Author of "Beyond Trauma: Conversations on Traumatic Incident Reduction" and six other books.
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