THE PRESIDENT'S THERAPIST
and the secret intervention to treat the alcoholism of George W. Bush.
THIS BOOK PREDICTED THE 2021 KABUL COLLAPSE AND DEBACLE
Bedside Reading For President Joe Biden
Leadership psychologist, Dr. Mark Alter is secretly retained to help United States President George W. Bush address a clandestine addiction to alcohol and reverse the course of the Iraq War. The assignment meets with astonishing success — until malevolent forces come into play.
The novel’s eerie realism stems from Wareham’s lifetime of experience as confidential counselor to corporate leaders, and his meticulous research into the psyche of George W. Bush. Through Dr. Alter, Wareham shares presents balanced, authentic insights into perhaps the most tragic president in modern times, and shows precisely how his presidency might have been rescued.
"A deadly serious, exhilarating first-person psychological thriller destined to command a unique place among the upcoming analyses of the 43rd United States Presidency."
--THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
On the day his big time ambitions seem about to be realized, Chandler “Chancey” Haste glances into the rearview mirror of the limousine that bears him across Manhattan’s Triboro Bridge and catches the reflection of a scorching affair from his past overleaping oceans to engulf him...
The story begins with a backward glance to a bouncing check and a reckless antipodean infatuation. It sweeps through marbled World Trade Center offices where the sweet life seems utterly assured. It ends in the shadows of a murky English mansion where the hero discovers the price of ambition, the value of love, and the meaning of dreams.
"Philosophically savvy, hilarious, whimsical--inspired."
"Stunning...ardent...strange and affecting. An unusual spin on a love triangle--an exploration of moral quandaries and the passionate heights of sensual love from leadership consultant John Wareham, whose writing is assured throughout."
A Life Changer for Inmates Trapped Within the Asylum of Forbidden Love
In this startling Pulitzer nominated anthology of forty nine sonnets, hidden meanings and insights are unveiled by John Wareham, who also distills and dissects sonnets from the infamous Charles and Camilla cell phone conversation, lines from Diana Spencer, the text messages that trapped Tiger Woods, e-mailed love missives from the Mark Sanford Appalachian Trail affair, and transcripts from the John and Elizabeth Edwards meltdown. Former U.S. president Bill Clinton and First Lady Hillary also make cameo appearances.
These lessons from these pop-culture personalities, appear within a mix of classic and modern poets—from the sublime William Shakespeare to the incandescent Elan Haverford—chronicle the typical journey from attraction and fever to anguish and enlightenment. A forbidden drama unfolds in just twelve lines, then a two-line heroic couplet delivers a startling message, a veritable epiphany.
To absorb this startling compilation is to share the delights and despairs of a stunning phalanx of brilliant poets, including ardent Mary Wroth, mordant Michael Drayton, shameless Alfred Douglas, mystical W. B. Yeats, rebellious Edna St. Vincent Millay, unrepentant Edna Worthley Underwood, and puckish Chandler Haste.
Zap Your Inner Demons and create the life your heart deserves
'All prisons are mental prisons. They lock from the inside and you hold the key, so only you can let yourself out—but you can let yourself out,' says John Wareham. He exposes the inner demons—the zombie, the snake, the gremlin and the witch—who lock you inside four walls, then he shares a fail-proof Breakout Plan that delivers a whole new life.
John Wareham is leadership coach to celebrated corporate chiefs and maximum security prison inmates. He is author of How to Break Out of Prison. Rikers denizens dubbed him 'the Wizard of Cell Block C76.'
'An eye-opening life-changer for every upward striver.' Richard Habersham, Harlem U.S. Congressional contender, star of Spike Lee's movie, Do the Right Thing.
''Truly transformational; this escape route sure worked for me.'
Brian O'Dea, Author, HIGH: Confessions of an International Drug Smuggler.
"All prisons are mental prisons.
They lock from the inside.
You lock yourself in,
and you own the key,
so only you can let yourself out."
Since 1995, John Wareham, author of the best-selling Secrets of a Corporate Headhunter, has led a double life. Four days a week he identifies and develops leaders for major international corporations. On the fifth day he heads to some of New York's toughest prisons to teach the life-altering class that he created for the inmates.
To his surprise, John found that many of the negative thinking patterns that led to the incarceration of his students were also pervasive among executives, undermining their careers and private lives. Now, lacing dramatic real-life stories with penetrating insights, John shows how individuals from every walk of life become trapped in mental prisons, and then reveals precisely how to break free and create the life you were meant to live.
"A revelatory, moving, insightful, ingenious, canny, life-altering work."
Dean, Maryland Business School
"A great book-a savvy, inspirational almanac for chiefs and saints, charlatans and convicts, and everyone in between."
Columbia Business School
“Victims abide at both ends of a gun. Bullets fly to the heart and from the heart. Wounds that exist before the pulling of the trigger are the wellspring of crime and the font of redemption.“ -- John Wareham,
Chairman & CEO Eagles Foundation
NEW LIVES FOR OLD
That’s the lofty mission of the Eagles Prison Program. But is that just a pipe dream? Judge for yourself as maximum security prison inmates share their journeys from innocence to criminality, arrest to bewilderment, conviction to incarceration, despair to hope, defeat to victory, vice to virtue, and lawlessness to love.
“To pen a prison poem is to unlock the cage along with the heart. This deft collection sparks a potent reciprocity of spirit as one harkens to the sound of wings in the night.” --Professor Jess Maghan—Director, Forum for Comparative Correction
“Blood & tears, sorrows & regrets—every heart-stopping moment is captured & freely shared by healing desperados: I love this book.” Brian O’Dea—Author, HIGH: Confessions of an International Drug Smuggler
A distinguished Manhattan-based maverick accepts an invitation to share 'a few inspiring words' with a visiting class from his former New Zealand high school, where sexual abuse was an open secret, and sadistic masters ran rife. How much truth should he share?
With unerring wisdom and dark wit, John Wareham revisits the swirling inner life of a child with a crippling stutter, whose emotional, sexual and spiritual journeys pass through rivers of despair in New Zealand, to a flood of enlightenment in New York.
'Unputdownable--a Kiwi Catcher in the Rye.' - Charles DeFanti, Professor of Literature, Kean University.
'Brilliant and compelling ... reveals the mind, heart and soul of boyhood ... touched
me deeply.' - Brian O'Dea, author, High: Confessions of An International Drug Smuggler
To see video of book launch; John Wareham briefly speaks, after introductions by Harper and Row editor and Black Power gang leader (in full regalia) click here now
How to shun self-sabotage and win your own freedom
Most people are paralyzed by unconscious forces that provoke acts of unwitting self-sabotage. John Wareham makes his point with chilling examples, then with clarity and acerbic wit, he shows how to break free.
''The wry classic that inspired new age atheists.'—Brian Sutton-Smith, Professor of Psychology, Columbia University
'Wareham's psychological understanding and nicely tuned intuition show how to give up the life of fantasy and achieve our greatest satisfactions.' —Leo Madow, M.D. Psychiatrist and author of Anger and Love.
'Wise and witty . . . uniquely insightful.'—Booklist, American Library
'Most of us may not control our destinies; John Wareham shows us why. Wareham's Way shows what to do about it.'—George Green, President, The New Yorker
Learn the secrets of Potent presentation from the leadership sage and keynote speaker anointed "hands down winner" by the Financial Times.
John Wareham knows all about nervousness. He overcame a debilitating stutter to become national public speaking champion and top international lecturer.
In this life-changing book he shows how to turn nervous energy to charismatic gold and deliver the presentation of your life.
¤How to Seem a Supernatural Speaker ¤How to Turn Nervous Energy Into Charismatic Gold ¤10 Steps to a Sublime PowerPoint Presentation ¤How to Give a Glorious Off-the-Cuff Speech ¤How to Become an Omnipotent Advocate ¤How to Seem Blessed with a Wunderkind Mind ¤How to Run a Miraculous Meeting ¤How to Pitch Bewitching Questions ¤How to Overpower Moguls and Deliver Big-Ticket Deals ¤How to Turn a Demonic Delegate Into an Apostle ¤How to Star on Television ¤10 Commandments of Spellbinding Speaking¤
"John's magic transforms ordinary citizens into inspiring orators—I've seen him do it."
—Mitch Rosenthal, M.D., CEO, Phoenix House
"A secret weapon... tells how to deliver a message that commands respect in any company."
—Lt. General, Jack Klimp U.S. Marine Corps (rtd)
CEO, Gas Appliance Manufacturers Association