Our culture has become obsessed with immediate gratification, violent entertainment, celebrity status and skin-deep role models. In order to plant the seeds of greatness in our children, we must first step back and take a look at our own lives and actions. As you read through my website you will find answers to difficult questions on how to raise your family to be resilient, strong and moral. Together we can raise children into champions in all corners of the world. Learn More about the Seeds of Greatness System
Today, Maryann is leading a team of top professionals in freeing those from addiction, giving them Hope, Healing and Recovery at Recovery Ways Rehabiltation Center in Salt Lake City.
The underlying roots of healthy family growth are Self-Awareness,
Self-Discipline, Self-Esteem, Self-Honesty, and Self-Responsibility.
Dr. Maryann Rosenthal Ph. D -
Clinical Psychologist / Author / Speaker
International authority on family dynamics and life achievement issues
As a professional keynote speaker for the past thirty years, I consider myself a good judge of star quality, when it comes to substance, delivery, take-home value, unique style and credibility.
Dr. Rosenthal and I have been touring globally for multi-national corporations, associations, institutions and public audiences for the past two years, with the majority of our programs in China, Taiwan, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and Eastern Europe, as well as here in the United States.
In our shared presentations – ranging from half-day, one-day and two-day seminars and breakout sessions – to Dr. Maryann Rosenthal’s stand-alone keynote addresses, I have personally reviewed the client and participant evaluations and found them to be consistently outstanding. Additionally, her fielding of the question and answer sessions has been such that we always need to limit the number of questions, because her material is so provocative and timely, that the audiences feel they are receiving relevant added value.
New York Times Best-Selling Author, The Psychology of Winning
President: The Waitley Institute