author of “One Dog’s Faith,” and his newest companion book, “Worry is Stupid”, joins The Housing Hour this week to talk about the chronic problem that so many suffer from-Worry! Tom gives practical tips and examples of how to deal with this debilitating condition.
Tom’s definition of Worry
Worry vs Concern
3 Big Tips on how to deal with Worry
Also check out Tom’s Book:
www.tombakerspeaker.com or email@example.com
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Tom Baker has worked in entertainment, radio and television for over 35 years. He graduated with a degree in Marketing from the University of Tennessee and has been a TV and radio writer & producer since 1987. Work history includes an ad agency writer/ producer, a radio & television commercial writer/producer/editor, senior video editor for a various production companies, producing music soundtracks and choreographing fireworks shows, cable series producer/editor – working on shows for A&E, Discovery, HGTV, Food Network, Travel Channel, Oxygen, Investigation Discovery, TLC, Discovery Health, and more, manager of post-production for Scripps Networks and presently is Executive Producer/Owner of his 17 year-old TV production company (Cobblestone Entertainment, LLC) in Knoxville, TN. His company has produced original cable series, edited hundreds of episodes of TV shows and also has produced countless commercials, corporate videos, promotions and web content.
Tom, has been a musician since age 5, first playing piano and then switching to drums at age 8. He is also a published author and public speaker. Very active in his church, he plays drums in the contemporary worship band, teaches Sunday School to 8th and 9th graders and produces videos for the worship services and website. Tom and his wife, Michelle, of 22 years and four children (Carolyn, Sophie, Chloe and Cristian) love animals. They have 3 rescue dogs (including Mango), a rescue cat and a fish. He and his family enjoy hiking in the Smoky Mountains, camping and playing tag, “Uno” and “Parcheesi” past bedtime.
For speaking engagements contact Tom at: 865-250-0706