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Thomas Gagliano is a highly motivated successful entrepreneur with a proven track record in small business ventures. While working in the garment industry for the past 25 years, he carved out a leadership position for Quick Bias Binding Inc., a service company in Brooklyn. During that time, Tom also has been a high profile leader in addiction and self-help therapy. He has helped develop unique methods and procedures which have helped numerous institutions and individuals in the greater New York area. Having been featured as a key note speaker at a number of meetings and conferences in New Jersey, Tom has become a regular on the speaking circuit. He added to his business ventures by entering into the real estate market in 2000. He purchased and developed Chazz Realty and also owns T.S. Binding, LLC, a consulting firm.
Tom is a graduate of Seton Hall University and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing. Tom also has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Rutgers University and is now a Life Coach and Author.
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10 Press-Ready Media Questions
Why do some children become bullies and others become their victims?
Would you like to shut the mouth of your inner critic, take your power back, and be who you want to be, not who you were set up to be?
Do you feel invisible in your relationships?
When you make mistakes, do you have compassion for yourself or do you internalize your whole being as a mistake?
Do you say yes to people most of the time because saying no is too painful?
Do you tend to look at the shortcomings of others to avoid looking at your own?
Do you feel as if you’re caring the burden of the world on your shoulder and are unable to let it go?
Do you have friends or loved ones who act in ways you don’t understand and who reject love and help when it is offered?
What roles do you play when you return home for the holidays and are you doing what’s best for you or playing roles dictated by childhood messages?
Wouldn’t it be great to have a New Year’s resolution that states , I will no longer let my fears paralyze me?