Do you feel overwhelmed at times? Does it seem life throws one obstacle after another into your path? Are you ever tempted to just give up? Do you find it helpful to hear about real people overcoming seemingly insurmountable odds to realize their dreams?
If any of these scenarios apply to you, you’ll love the inspiring programs of Jin Robertson, a Korean factory girl who immigrated to America as a housemaid at age 22, speaking little English and with only one hundred dollars to her name. Through determination, imagination, and sheer will, she not only became a U.S. Army Major, but also graduated from Harvard with a Ph.D.
Jin is now Korea’s most popular motivational speaker. The book chronicling her amazing story has sold more than 400,000 copies. As a single mother, she raised a daughter, Jasmin, who was selected as a Presidential Scholar. Jasmin followed in her mother’s footsteps, also graduating from Harvard, and also becoming a U.S. Army officer!
Prepare yourself for a moving presentation proving anyone can create the life they’ve always wanted — if they are willing to work hard, place themself in positions of opportunity, and take responsibility for producing the high quality results that inspire others to want to work with them.
Discover for yourself why Jin’s audiences rise to their feet in a rousing standing ovation, reconnecting with the part of themselves that knows they have the power to do more with their lives — if they choose to act on their own behalf. You’ll understand why Jack Canfield (best-selling author of the Chicken Soup series), Pulitzer-Prize winner Ron Powers (author of Mark Twain’s biography), and Paul Shin (U.S. Senator from Washington State) have each recommended Jin’s work.
Remarks from audience members and fans:
“I was so moved and encouraged by Jin’s speech, I went to a college in town that afternoon and registered for the evening classes. I also want to make something out of my life!”
— Enlisted soldier, U.S. Army, Fort Bliss, Texas
“What a moving and inspiring story that is! Oprah needs YOU!”
— Jacki Rose, MA
“I have never heard a more moving and inspiring speech in my whole life. In fact, this was the first time I ever gave a standing ovation!”
— Employee in her mid-50s, Samsung Life Insurance, Korea
“Your speech simply is so powerful. In fact, I am using your story and philosophy when I train my people. Especially, your strategy of making three lists to accomplish every objective is so brilliant.”
— Executive VP, SK Telecom, Korea
“Throughout your speech, I had goose bumps running over my body. I also was in tears at the realization that I can still dream even in my late 50s. You indeed inspired me to go for more that life can offer.”
— President, pharmaceutical company
“I was a housewife who knew very little about the world outside of my home and used to be scared to venture out. But your story changed me completely. Now, I am a freelance TV producer, who reports about the lives of people in the world, including the war zones in Afghanistan and Iraq …”
— Freelance TV producer, Seoul Korea
“I was going to commit suicide because of the miserable and unbearable life of the basic training in the Korean army. But your speech at our post that afternoon saved me and made me realize the reasons to live. As you said, we have only one life to live. I also want to test and find out what my limits are!”
— Soldier trainee, Korean Army
“I am a 70 year old man who is very happy to have heard your inspirational speech. You indeed changed my outlook on life. I don’t know when I will die. But whenever that could be, I am trying to live in the best way every day, so that I can say on my death bed, “I indeed lived a wonderful life at least from my 70s!””
— Man from Incheon, Korea
“This is tenth time I listened to your speech and it still made me cry. In fact, you inspire and motivate me and teach me something new every time.”
— President, Korean Human Development Institute (man in his mid-sixties)
“… growing up, I never thought about studying abroad. But you inspired and motivated me so much. With the amazing encouragement from your life story, I ended up graduating from Harvard Business School. Now, I work for … Boston Consulting.”
— Korean woman in her mid-30s
“When going through tough times, it is helpful to read an inspiring story of someone who has overcome what appear to be insurmountable obstacles … I strongly believe that Jin’s story will inspire and motivate millions of people in the world regardless of their personal background, race, gender, age, profession, education, and economic status … [it] will leave you determined to appreciate all that is right with your life.”
— Jack Canfield, co-creator of the bestselling “Chicken Soup for the Soul” book series