I'm using tango as a tool to spark awareness. My question to you is: What is your tango?
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) October 9, 2007
Cleveland Clinic Press, publishing arm of the Cleveland Clinic, has released "Tango: Lessons for Life" by Dr. Jeannette Potts. Her one-of-a-kind consumer health book combines elements of memoir and inspirational writing and urges people to experience joy, and discover their passion.
Dr. Potts is a unique author. By day, she is a renowned physician who specializes in male urological health. At night, she slips on her dancing shoes and becomes "Dr. Tango" a motivational speaker who teaches self-improvement and mind-body wellness using philosophies from the dance.
"When I conduct workshops," she writes in her personal growth book, "I'm using tango as a tool to spark awareness. My question to you is: What is your tango?"
Adapted from the series of team-building and leadership workshops she delivers to corporate clients and the general public, and peppered with stories from the world's dance floors, "Tango: Lessons for Life" offers candid and witty insights on:
-- How to improve personal and professional relationships
-- Methods for building self-esteem
-- The qualities of an inspirational leader
-- Being female in a male-dominated profession
-- Igniting passion through the sense of touch
-- Dance as a form of healing
"Confronting and surviving life's challenges joyously requires a dance," writes Dr. Potts. "Yet one needn't be a dancer to recognize the power of an embrace or realize the sweetness of surrender to our loves and passions."
Read more about and purchase "Tango: Lessons for Life" here.
By Jeannette Potts, M.D.
About Cleveland Clinic Press:
Cleveland Clinic Press is a leading medical book publisher whose mission is to improve health literacy and dispel myths associated with health and health care. The Press offers authoritative consumer medical guides and health books, including heart books, cancer books, healthy cookbooks, kids' books on health, and more.
About Cleveland Clinic:
Founded in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1921, Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit multi-specialty academic medical center that integrates clinical and hospital care with research and education. "U.S. News & World Report" consistently ranks Cleveland Clinic one of the nation's best hospitals in its annual "America's Best Hospitals" survey.
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