Chicago, IL, July 07, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Judith worked closely with the staff of 20/20 with a select group of people from across North America. She encountered people who wanted to overcome soft addictions including nail-biting, procrastination, and over-shopping.
Called "one of the most sought-after self-help gurus in the country" by The San Francisco Chronicle, Judith is an expert in such areas as relationships, creative conflict, work productivity, wellness and lifestyle, spirituality, personal performance, women's leadership and development, Soft Addictions, and more. Judith has appeared on over 300 radio programs and 30 television shows and in over 20 print magazines and newspapers.
“Soft addictions are those seemingly harmless habits--such as over-shopping, overeating, watching too much TV, endlessly surfing the Internet, and procrastinating—that actually keep us from the life we want,” says Judith. “They cost us money, rob us of time, numb us from our feelings, mute our consciousness, and drain our energy. And we all have them.”
In her unique program, Judith guides participants through the steps to overcoming their Soft Addictions, including the One Decision, the Math of More, and the Four Loving Truths.
For more information about Judith Wright, contact Barbara Burgess at 312-329-1200 or visit www.judithwright.com
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Judith Wright is a best-selling author of There Must Be MORE Than This: Finding More Life, Love, and Meaning by Overcoming Your Soft Addictions and The One Decision. She is also an inspirational speaker, world-class coach, educator, trainer, lifestyle expert, corporate consultant, and seminar leader. She founded the Wright Institute with her husband after twenty years of developing innovative education and personal growth programs.
Judith co-founded the Wright Institute in Chicago with her husband Bob, where they help individuals, couples, families, and corporations get more out of everything they do—more meaning, fulfillment, and success in relationships, career, parenting, and all the areas of their lives. Judith and Bob live, love, work, and play near the Institute in Chicago, and at their conference and training center in Elkhorn, Wisconsin.