For over 30 years, Cynthia Ulrich Tobias has been teaching people of all ages how to discover and use their natural inborn learning style strengths to succeed in virtually any situation. She is a popular speaker whose insights, humor and practical strategies have encouraged and motivated educators, parents, businesspeople and students to focus on strengths to achieve success. With a special gift for understanding and bringing out the best in the Strong-Willed Child, Cynthia has brought hope and life to countless families, but she remains humbled by the way God uses her message to make such a difference.
Cynthia has a successful background that includes over 25 years of private practice, 8 years of teaching high school, and 6 years in law enforcement. She knows the importance of embracing the unique, useful, and necessary traits of a strong-willed person. Cynthia’s insight and expertise has been recognized by parents, teachers, and law enforcement professionals across the nation and around the globe.
Through the personal stories and practical and positive insight into the mind of the strong-willed learner, Cynthia has taken a subject that many experts have studied and has applied her own learning style with amazing results. With her insight the audience is able to recognize that many of the learning style traits in their children that were inconvenient or irritating are actually signs of their greatest potential strengths. This passion for the potential of a strong-willed person is what motivates her to share the powerful message that will change the lives of many.
Cynthia Tobias is:
- The best-selling author of 14 books, including You Can’t Make Me (But I Can be Persuaded), The Way They Learn, The Way We Work, Every Child Can Succeed,, and A Woman of Strength and Purpose.
- A popular presenter at workshops, classes and seminars for business, government agencies, churches and school districts throughout the U.S. and the world.
- A featured guest in radio and television appearances throughout North America.
- Mother of twin sons, now young adults, and she and her husband Jack live in Washington state.