To have Gregory Bloom speak to your organization
or to interview Gregory for a news story, please contact Gregory Bloom at 303-470-8883, or email him at
To share a story of Entertainment Addiction, don't hesitate to email Gregory using the address above.
In his shockingly truthful and
eye-opening presentation on Entertainment Addiction, speaker and
author Gregory Bloom will show the majority of your audience how to
recognize that there is an addiction to entertainment in their own
home. Filled with real-life stories and timely research, this book shows that our families
hunger for more entertainment each year and reveals practical remedies that
each family can easily implement. Entertainment Addiction affects
our relationships as family members, co-workers, friends, spouses
and moms and dads. Your group is sure to benefit from the realization
that Entertainment Addiction is more pervasive than imagined, but
its effects can be managed and minimized. Gregory is not advocating
a ban on entertainment, but rather speaks of a common sense approach
to a proliferating problem in our society.
Gregory is glad to tailor his presentation to the needs, concerns
and interests of your group. Possible topics include:
Minimizing the Effects of Today's Media on Your Children.
How to improve your family's relationships with one another in seven
Relating to each other face to face again; like in the old days.
How to recapture the rich relationships that families used to have
with one another.
What would our family actually do together if we are not watching
a movie, the TV or playing a video game?
Discovering Your Spouse Outside of the Entertainment Zone.
Who are you? I don't know this person really since discovering that
my husband is a sports junkie. Now what do I do?
Setting the ground for parenthood: 6 keys steps to follow before
you have children.
Creating teamwork in your organization by decreasing your company's
reliance on the Entertainment Zone.
The top 10 things that the Entertainment Zone has done to decrease
workplace efficiency and what you can do about it.
Creating a work environment that thrives on personal one on one,
face to face communication.