Roger explains, “I teach people to monitor and manage their thinking. Whether I’m speaking to a conference hall full of people, in my office writing, or one-to-one advising one of my clients, I help people change their thinking for the better. It is the foundation for a peak performance life.”
Dr. Claudia Fernandez. Co-Director of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program and Associate Professor, UNC-Chapel Hill, says of Roger: “Dr. Roger Hall explains how successful people get where they are: emphasize the basics, create good habits, and focus on improving one thing at a time.”
In his brand-new training course called “Freak Out,” Roger teaches learners how to Fear Less and Live More! Visit www.freakoutcourse.com. Take the Freak Out! Quiz at www.freakoutquiz.com or the Worry-o-meter at www.worryometer.com
About Roger Hall
Roger is a Business Psychologist with clients all over the country. He has one trick: He trains leaders to monitor and manage their thinking. Great leaders work on themselves first, and then success in their companies follows. His clients are entrepreneurs, professionals, and business owners. He is especially qualified to help entrepreneurs who have had a financial event find meaning, purpose, and happiness for the next phase of their lives. He helps leaders become better versions of themselves so they can lead their people better.
He has had the chance to consult and speak to all sorts of groups — from judges in federal courts, people in the intelligence community, company owners, executives, university faculty, social workers, teachers, and nurses, to construction workers, landscapers, and box-makers. He loves his work as a keynote speaker for financial services companies, judges, and technology companies.
Roger received his Doctorate in Psychology from Ohio State University in 1991. He has worked with thousands of leaders – from Fortune 20 companies to small entrepreneurial firms. He and his wife live outside Boise, Idaho, where they watch the osprey fish from a nearby stream and the elk eat their shrubs.
Learn more about Dr. Hall at www.compassconsultation.com and www.drrogerhall.com
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