Joel delivers high-energy, content-rich programs on a variety of topics each filled with laughter, learning, the breaking of delicate objects and the shattering of everyday assumptions. He has inspired clients as diverse as Grey Advertising International, Harley Davidson, the U.S. Department of the Treasury, and Warner Bros. Studios. Just read the reviews.
Bottom line? Joel shakes up the way people view their product, service, industry or problem du jour. And he empowers them with his Shake That Brain! system of easy-to-use tools so they can create winning solutions no matter the challenge or task at hand.
Funny: Joel was born funny and honed his skills in comedy clubs in New York. He's
never told a canned joke in his life. His humor is fresh, spontaneous and 100%
relevant to his audience.
Guaranteed: With easy-to-use tools and techniques and lots of fun Joel will lead
your group to lasting, transformative change. You and your people will leave with
a bounce in your step and the ability to generate and implement bold new PROFITABLE
In 2000, Joel won a National Audie Award for Best Educational and Training Audio for his recording of his Best Selling book, "If You Can Talk, You Can Write," dubbed "witty and rewarding" by People Magazine. An abridged audio version of his latest book, "Shake That Brain!"narrated by Joelis currently available from AudioTech.
Joel has appeared on CNN,
NPR, Leeza and more than 500 radio shows. A graduate of Cornell University, he's
taught at Santa Monica City College and UCLA. A former New Yorker, Joel lives in San Diego and does not use sunscreen as often as he should.
What’s J.S. Salt’s latest book? “How to Have The Perfect Life – From Buddha to Jay Z.” It’s also the title of our latest program.
“How to Have The Perfect Life” is a practical and spiritual approach to leading a “Perfect Life.” Jam-packed with tools and tips, you’ll discover the “wisdom of the ages” - from Buddha to Jay Z.
Spanning continents and cultures, you’ll learn how Muhammad Ali had a lot in common with Aristotle … how Johnny Cash borrowed from Confucius … and how hip hop recording artist, Macklemore, owes a debt of gratitude to Pythagoras (who you may remember from math class in high school). Along the way, you’ll learn to lead a stress-free, rewarding life. And who couldn’t use a little help with that?
"Looking for a cross between a razor-sharp comedian and a practical guide to spiritual and earth-bound success? Look no further than J.S. Salt’s 'How to Have The Perfect Life.'" - Jane Kaplan, former producer, Good Morning America
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