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253 Read Lead and Succeed Family Instructions – Brassell
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253 Read Lead and Succeed Family Instructions – Brassell

Read, Lead and Succeed - Imperative Family Notes

Dr. Danny Brassell - Affectionately known as “Jim Carrey with a Ph.D.,” Dr. Danny Brassell (www.DannyBrassell.com) has held numerous titles and worked with leaders from a variety of fields and disciplines, but he has always considered himself first and foremost a teacher.

He is a best-selling author of 15 books, including The Reading Makeover, based on his popular TEDx talk. Thousands, from school districts to businesses to association conferences, have enjoyed his energetic, interactive and informative presentations.

He has spoken to over 2,000 different audiences worldwide and is the co-founder of the world’s top reading engagement system for struggling and reluctant readers, www.ReadBetterin67Steps.com.

For CoreBrain Journal Listeners

Check This Out! - "As a thank you for letting me appear as your guest, and as an add-on for your listeners, I’d like to supply everyone with a complimentary e-copy of my book Read, Lead & Succeed, available at www.ReadLeadandSucceed.com. - I’m on a mission to help people succeed by building their love of reading. - Let me know how I can further serve your audience."

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I'll tell you straight up - I love this guy. For your home, your family, and you - must listen.

Dr. Brassell provides remarkably useful reading development tips and presents details in such an interesting way. Now I'm trying to read to my grandchildren long distance! Take Dr. Brassell up on this offer, his insights are researched, useful and exceedingly interesting. Then forward this link to everyone you know http://corebrainjournal.com/253

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Thanks, Dr. Brassell, for joining us here at CBJ to review your personal observations and research about the absolute importance of starting reading in a systematic way - early!

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254 Jennifer McPherson is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Board Certified Counselor that specializes in behavioral health integration for primary care programs and chronic care programs. She attended Temple University for her undergraduate studies in Psychology and Religion and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) for her graduate studies in Counseling & Clinical Health Psychology. She is also currently pursuing an Executive MBA in Healthcare from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.

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Here at CBJ, she discusses a serious need in most communities - the ongoing education of medical professionals who often have no clinical experience with mental health treatment options.