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Jim Cathcart, CSP, CPAE

Jim serves on the boards of advisors for the business schools of Pepperdine University and California Lutheran University. He has delivered over 2,600 speeches and seminars around the world and was inducted into the Professional Speaker Hall of Fame in 1986. His clients include the world's top corporations and associations.

Cathcart Institute, Inc. was formed in 1977 and today has produced 14 books and hundreds of recorded programs to help people grow. Jim's belief is that the quickest way to succeed is to develop the qualities of the person who would reach your goals. He focuses on helping people become eligible for the future they want.  

Mr. Cathcart's years of psychological research resulted in the creation of his bestselling book The Acorn Principle. This book has been translated into a dozen languages and was the nation's number 2 bestselling ebook in the year 2000. (Stephen King was number 1.) Jim is a fitness enthusiast, mountain hiker, motorcyclist, guitarist and civic leader. He lives an abundant life and shows others how to do the same. 

Self-Leadership: Doing What You Need to Do, When You Need to Do It, Even Though You Don't Feel Like It!

Jim Cathcart, CSP, CPAE

Let’s face it; sometimes it feels impossible to do what you have to do, especially when you or a loved one is dealing with a serious illness. Getting yourself to do these things anyway, or “will-power,” or “self-discipline,” is a skill and fine art which you can master with this program. You will learn:

  • The key to true learning of anything that also allows us to better understand ourselves.
  • A bad habit that many of us have that prevents us from being our best and getting what we want.
  • The two steps to getting past our tendency to think negatively.
  • Questions to ask in order to make better decisions.

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The Acorn Principle: How to Identify and Harness Your Natural Abilities to Fight the Good Fight

Jim Cathcart, CSP, CPAE

How well do you know your own nature, your natural abilities, and how you react to people and situations? The better you know them, the more equipped you will be to handle the challenges that life may bring your way, such as a serious illness.

In this program, Jim takes us through some steps that we can take to identify these things in ourselves and our loved ones, and use them to our advantage to “fight the good fight.” You will learn:

  • Different ways of being “smart” and how this knowledge will help you
  • The “correct” way to encourage someone who is facing a life challenge 
  • Seven core values that each of us has, and how they define us
  • Why asking for help is a sign of compassion.
  • A touching, unforgettable story about the gift of allowing others to help you
  • The various facets of a person’s personality and why they are important

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