Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Major Dream Listed On RTIR ezine

This Immigrant Housemaid Has Helped MoreThan a Million People Reach Their Dreams

At the age of 22, Jin Robertson immigrated to America alone with only $100 to her name. Today, she’s a retired U.S. Army major, holds a Ph.D. and an M.A. from Harvard University, and is a celebrity in Korea. Her incredible rags-to-riches American dream story has already inspired scores of people—and now she’ll share her tips on success with your audience.
Invite Jin on your show for a powerful, inspiring discussion on immigration, success in America, single parenting, and much more. Her topics include:

• Why immigration is necessary for America.
• Tips on defeating your weaknesses. In the Army, Jin signed up as a parachutist to overcome a fear of heights.
• How to develop a “warrior mindset” and take charge of your life to achieve your dreams.
• Raising a superstar child: As a single immigrant parent, she brought up her “Army brat” daughter to earn a presidential scholarship, go on to graduate from Harvard and Princeton, and become an Army officer.

CREDENTIALS: Born and raised in Korea, Dr. Jin Robertson has worked as a factory girl, waitress, and housemaid before she achieved success. Korea’s most popular inspirational and motivational speaker, she has delivered more than 600 speeches and is the bestselling author of a memoir that has sold more than 500,000 copies. Dr. Robinson hosted “American Dreams: The Sky is the Limit” on Voice America/World Talk Radio for over a year, and is the author of MAJOR DREAM: From Immigrant Housemaid to Harvard Ph.D.

AVAILABILITY: North Carolina, nationwide by arrangement and via telephone
CONTACT: Jin Robertson, (910) 488-8200 (NC);

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