“Why Can’t You Be Normal…Like Me!”

Just announced! Special Session at the 2014 CSAA Annual Meeting

 Robert A. Rohm, Ph.D. presents “Why Can’t You Be Normal…Like Me!”

 Dr. Robert A. Rohm is a dynamic inspirational international speaker, best selling author, educational consultant and guest lecturer. He has traveled extensively, inspiring others throughout the world. Dr. Rohm earned his Ph.D. at the University of North Texas in Higher Education Administration and Counseling. His message focuses on transforming people into leaders who can maximize thRobert_A_Rohmeir individual potential.

 In describing his special session, Rohm says, “In the normal course of a day we meet all kinds of people. Some of them we really connect with and others… well – let’s just say we don’t quite understand them. Have you ever considered the fact that most people do not do things against you as much as they do things for themselves?!! This will be a lively, interactive session that will help you understand yourself and others better than you ever thought possible.”

A dynamic and energetic speaker, Dr. Rohm has entertained and enlightened audiences as large as 70,000 people and shared the platform with other great speakers like Zig Ziglar, Les Brown, Dr. John C. Maxwell, Frank W. Abagnale (from the movie “Catch Me If You Can”), Ron MacLean (Canadian Sports Announcer), Dr. Stephen Covey (author of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People), Harvey Mackay (author of Swimming With The Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive), President George Bush, Rush Limbaugh, Charles “Tremendous” Jones and Peter Lowe.

 Register for the CSAA Annual Meeting, October 17-22, Bermuda

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