Keith Ablow runs a boutique consulting service which assists thought leaders and consults independent writers, artists, entrepreneurs, and inventors. The business is made of professional agents who are dedicated to the goal of attaining the best results at both ends. At present, Dr. Keith Ablow is renowned for publishing a total of 15 fiction and non invasive novels, among which can be thought of as bestsellers from the New York Times and USA Today.
Keith Ablow has released 15 non-fiction and comic books (including the New York Times and USA Today bestsellers), written hundreds of articles for the New York Times, Washington Post, and USA Today. He has also appeared as a guest on television programs such as Oprah, Today Show, Good Morning America, along with other displays over 1,000 times. He is known to have marketed major entertainment jobs, including television drama scripts, reality TV treatments, and nationally-syndicated talk show to Warner Brothers and other venues. Not forgetting the procured patents on many inventions, raised over $10M to fund companies in the technology, healthcare, and consumer product arenas, as well as started a successful art project.
For a future screenwriter, they register for a screenwriting seminar or even a future entrepreneur sets aside one night to begin searching the internet to see whether someone has already exploited their idea, Such simple measures will finally bring out a conclusion that is both satisfying and rewarding for them, For prospective artists, even should they would like to control into the imaginative life, they could take the initiative to call the group of Keith Ablow.
As a psychiatrist, he understands that his profession is a powerful lens that may bring the facts about individual lives into focus. This will help people see the truth for themselves. Keith believes that the same lens that he uses to treat sufferers could be trained on individual civilization, in a hunt for insights which will move human beings towards bold thought and action. In Project RX, Keith Ablow rejects the notion that psychiatry is the only listening profession. Thus, psychiatry and psychiatrists have a whole lot to say.