My father was undoubtedly the funniest person I have ever known or heard on stage or screen. His sense of timing and his extemporaneous ad-libbing kept his customers, our family, his friends and my friends in hysterics for countless years. I have recollections of family get-togethers on Sundays which went on all day and the laughter seemed to be non-stop. My father had a knack for taking a basically true situation and embellishing it to the point where it is hilarious. For example, he pointed out that his sister was always an incurable hypochondriac. He told people that she became… Read more.
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Dr. Jack Singer
Jack holds a doctorate in Industrial/Organizational and a post-doctorate in Clinical and Sport Psychology. He has been recognized with Diplomates from the AmericanAcademy of Behavorial Medicine, the Society of Police and Criminal Psychology, and the National Institute of Sports. Jack has taught in the Psychology Departments of seven universities, including the U.S. Air Force Academy.
A man of many talents, Jack has spent the past thirty-two years doing such diverse things as speaking for, training and consulting with Fortune 1000 companies and associations from Miami to Malaysia.....to inspiring and training elite athletes to maximize their peak performance...to even acting on "HERE'S LUCY," with Lucille Ball, herself! He also manages to squeeze in a private practice with individuals, couples, and athletes.
There is vast amount of research showing that when audiences are entertained and have fun whle they're learning, their attention and retention are both maximized. Accordingly, Dr. Jack uses his terrific sense of humor and acting skills to weave tons of fun into all of his cutting edge, life changing programs. His goal is to simultaneously Educate, Entertain, Empower and Energize his audiences with his riveting, interactive programs!
Dr. Singer is the author of several self-help products, including hypnotic programs for athletes and others for anyone wishing to turbo charge their self-esteem and inspire themselves to accomplish any goal they desire. A sought after author and media guest, Jack appears frequently on MSNBC, CNN, FOX, ESPN and radio talk shows throughout the United States and Canada. He has been a repeat guest on the Glen Beck Show on CNN. Dr. Jack ranks among the world's leaders in developing strategies for eliminating stress and rejuvenating organizations and their greatest assest- their employees!
He was recently referred to by attendees as "The Patch Adams of Psychology" and "The Will Rogers of the Twenty-First Century." Indeed, his research and training in the burgeoning field of developing humor, fun and laughter as the most powerful antidotes to stress has been featured in USA-TODAY.
Jack's passion is inspiring, energizing and motivating people, not only to lighten up their workplaces, but to positively impact their immune systems so they can add life to their years and years to their lives! His newest keynote is entitled, "HOW TO LIVE MUCH LONGER THAN YOUR KIDS HOPED YOU WOULD."
For more information, please visit askdrjack.com.
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