Be the Hero Author Noah Blumenthal to Speak at the Clinton School of Public Service

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Noah Blumenthal author of Be the Hero will speak at the Clinton School of Public Service as part of the Clinton School Speakers Series, this Wednesday, April 29, at 6:00PM. While in Little Rock, Blumenthal will be interviewed by Today’s THV, a Gannett-owned television station, for the Hero Central series. Be the Hero concepts are quickly becoming an attractive topic among schools nationwide.

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Noah Blumenthal author of Be the Hero will speak at the Clinton School of Public Service as part of the Clinton School Speakers Series, this Wednesday, April 29, at 6:00PM. While in Little Rock, Blumenthal will be interviewed by Today’s THV, a Gannett-owned television station, for the Hero Central series. Be the Hero concepts are quickly becoming an attractive topic among schools nationwide.

Noah Blumenthal has been asked to speak as part of the Clinton School Speakers Series. His work was noticed by news anchor, Craig O’Neill from Today’s THV, who will be interviewing Noah for the station’s Hero Central series.

Gannett, owner of Today’s THV, has made a concerted effort to include more news about everyday heroes. “In reading about Noah’s book, it appears to fit beautifully with our intentions, especially when you consider that we call our initiative, Hero Central,” stated O’Neill.

The Clinton School of Public Service will feature Noah Bleumental on Wednesday, April 28, 2010, at 6:00PM. This event is open to the public. Noah will deliver a lecture based upon his book, Be the Hero: Three Powerful Ways to Overcome Challenges in Work and Life (Berrett-Koehler Publishers). Be the Hero has sold more than 6,000 copies since its published date of August 1, 2009.

Be the Hero presents the "Everyday Hero" and shows how to turn self-defeating thoughts and behaviors into heroic actions. “All day long, without even realizing it, stories — about other people and personal situations — shape emotions and behavior. These stories are so powerful that they can force hero or victim behavior,” says Noah Blumenthal about his book. Others have called Be the Hero a “riveting” and “life-changing” publication.

Most recently, Be the Hero won the Axiom Award in the category of Best Business Fable. After his speaking and interview engagements in LIttle Rock, Noah will be serving as the commencement speaker at Brandeis University as Brandeis graduates its first ever class of Business minors.

To find out details about Noah’s speaking appearance at the Clinton School of Public Service, visit http://www.clintonschool.uasys.edu/news-events/detail.aspx?id=747 . Learn more about the book at http://www.be-the-hero.com . To learn more about Noah Blumenthal's corporate services, visit his company website, Leading Principles at http://www.leadingprinciples.com .

Contact:
Dawn Baron
Authors With Impact c/o Passion Profits Consulting
dawn(at)passionprofitsconsulting(dot)com
703-434-9306
http://www.passionprofitsconsulting.com

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