‘Attitude Therapy’ Author to Speak, Sign Books at WVU Hospitals

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – “Attitude is not about what happened to you, but rather how you responded to what happened,” says Deborah Copeland in her book “Attitude Therapy.”

Copeland, a motivational speaker from Charleston, will sign copies of her book Tuesday, April 17, from 6 to 7 p.m. in the lobby of West Virginia University Hospitals, adjacent to the Friends Gift Shop.

Prior to the book-signing, Copeland will give an invitation-only lecture at 5 p.m.   in the Fourth Floor Lounge of the Rosenbaum Family House.

Copeland developed one of the area’s first health care temporary services, which grew to encompass seven states, multiple branches, and national recognition.

She then developed Work Smart Business Consultants, a training and development firm for companies seeking a more professional climate. Based in Charleston, Work Smart  is a leading supplier of consulting services to area businesses, accounting and legal firms, medical offices, hospitals and industry.

Copeland is well known in the community as an active volunteer, serving on numerous boards. She was named the 1992 Entrepreneur of the Year for the state of West Virginia, Services Division. In 1995, she was selected by The State Journal as one of the 10 business people profiled in Who’s Who in West Virginia Business.

The book is on sale now in the Friends Gift Shop. For more information on the book signing or lecture, call (304) 598-6094.

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For more information:
Steve Bovino, HSC News Service, (304) 293-7087

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