How The Tin Man Found His Brain
Frank Baum’s series of OZ books included a wonderful Tin Man many of us have come to know and love as in, “The Wizard of Oz.” He, and indeed all of the four main characters, were in search of something they felt lacking within themselves: a brain; a heart; courage; a feeling of home. As it turns out, they all found that they already possessed the very thing they were questing after, a heart, a brain, courage and a home.
The Tin Man was a sensitive soul, and would indeed start to rust whenever he became emotionally affected, because he would often begin to cry. Yet he was always pursuing the one thing that was most important to him, and which he believed would make him whole, a heart.
Don’t we often do the same thing? Seek outside of ourselves what we already possess? The Tin Man is not the only character we will run into within the essays and commentaries found in this book, but others, real and imagined as well. If not on a specific quest, they are nonetheless also seeking in some ways to find resources within themselves.
With a superb storytelling approach, Danute Debney Shaw walks the Tin Man through self-discovery, leading us to a new paradigm for thought and process development in our personal and professional worlds: building courage, confidence, competence and resilience along the way.
“How The Tin Man Found His Brain”Erudite, eloquent, inherently engaging, inspired and inspiring, “How the Tin Man Found His Brain: One Attorney’s Path for Perceptual Development” is a unique, life changing, life enhancing, and unreservedly recommended addition to personal, professional, community, college, and university library Self-Help/Self-Improvement collections.
– Midwest Book Review, April 2021http://midwestbookreview.com/rbw/apr_21.htm#carllogan
“Tin Man” Back in Manhattan – Signing a book for the Fifth Avenue Barnes & Noble and also for The General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen
Danute Debney Shaw signing books for the staff of 2, Barnes & Noble stores in Madison, Wisconsin.
“How The Tin Man Found His Brain” and Danute Debney Shaw in Milwaukee/Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, Barnes & Noble, Mayfair Shopping Center.
Visiting and signing “How The Tin Man Found His Brain” at the Georgetown Neighborhood Library in Washington DC
The “Tin Man” comes back for a second visit to Clarendon Barnes & Noble in Arlington, VA
Signing a copy of “How The Tin Man Found His Brain at Barnes & Noble Tyson’s Corners for the staff, while visiting the DC area. This was the Barnes where it all happened. Wrote the book sitting and snacking in their coffee shop over a two month period. Will always be a fond memory!
“How The Tin Man Found His Brain” and Danute Debney Shaw meet the Denver, CO Community
Danute Debney Shaw signing a book for City Lights Bookstore in San Francisco
Danute Debney Shaw and “How The Tin Man Found His Brain” enjoying connecting with the San Bruno, CA Barnes and Noble community
Visiting at the “Meet the Author” event in San Mateo, CA Barnes & Noble for “How The Tin Man Found His Brain”
“How The Tin Man Found His Brain” and Danute Debney Shaw meeting the Santa Rosa, CA Barnes & Noble community.
Danute Debney Shaw speaking about her book “How The Tin Man Found His Brain”.
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Barnes & Noble “Meet the Author” book signing event in Desert Ridge -Phoenix, AZ
Miami Barnes & Noble meets Danute Debney Shaw and “How The Tin Man Found His Brain”
“How The Tin Man Found His Brain” being presented at the Miami Dade College International Book Fair, by Author Solutions/Balboa Press
Book signing and reception for Danute Debney Shaw and “How The Tin Man Found His Brain” at the Arts Club of Washington
“Tin Man” visits the Johns Hopkins community in Baltimore, MD at: “Birds of a Feather“ Bookstore
And at Barnes & Noble.
Signing a book for Politics & Prose Bookstore and the Center for Strategic International Studies in Washington, DC
“Meet the Author” event at Clarendon Barnes & Noble in Arlington, VA for “Tin Man”
“Tin Man” in Manhattan
Signing a book for Barnes and Noble, Uptown in New York City
Visiting Bergdorf Goodman to discuss possible store placement for the “Tin Man” in Manhattan
Signing a book for Barnes & Noble in Tribeca, New York City
“How The Tin Man Found His Brain” visits the New York Library Hotel
Danute Debney Shaw signing her book “How The Tin Man Found His Brain” for the historic 42nd Street NYC Public Library
“Meet the Author” event and book signing for How The Tin Man Found His Brain at Barnes & Noble in Las Vegas, Nevada
Book Signing at Happy Valley Barnes & Noble in Phoenix, AZ
“Tin Man” Book Signing Barnes & Noble, Flagstaff, AZ
op.cit. books Bookstore, “Meet the Author” event, Taos, New Mexico
op.cit. books Bookstore, Book Talk and Signing, Santa Fe, NM
Barnes & Noble “Meet the Author” Event and Signing, Rio Rancho, NM
Barnes & Noble Signing, Studio City, CA
Barnes & Noble, Studio City: “Thank you to @celaphontusllc for her stopping by to sign her insightful book, How the Tin Man Found His Brain: One Attorney’s Path for Perceptual Development. This fascinating book takes you on a personal journey toward enhancing your decision strategies, using methods designed to bring out innovation.”
Open Book Bookstore Signing, Simi Valley, CA
Open Book Bookstore Signing, Northridge, CA
Open Book Bookstore Signing, Canyon Country, CA
Signing a book for Jean Devine, manager of Garcia’s Bookstore in Santa Fe, New Mexico
The book being sold at Barnes & Nobel – Albuquerque, New Mexico
Danute Debney Shaw "How The Tin Man Found His Brain" at the Los Angeles Festival Of Books on April 23-24, 2022.
The author discussing her book, “How the Tin Man Found His Brain” at the Santa Fe Public Library Author Series
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