Thomas  Gagliano

Thomas Gagliano

Thomas Gagliano is a highly motivated successful entrepreneur with a proven track record in small business ventures. While working in the garment industry for the past 25 years, he carved out a leadership position for Quick Bias Binding Inc., a service company in Brooklyn. During that time, Tom also has been a high profile leader in addiction and self-help therapy. He has helped develop unique methods and procedures which have helped numerous institutions and individuals in the greater New York area. Having been featured as a key note speaker at a number of meetings and conferences in New Jersey, Tom has become a regular on the speaking circuit. He added to his business ventures by entering into the real estate market in 2000. He purchased and developed Chazz Realty and also owns T.S. Binding, LLC, a consulting firm. Tom is a graduate of Seton Hall University and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing. Tom also has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Rutgers University and is now a Life Coach and Author. Along his path to a better life, Thomas has had opportunities to share his experiences and insights with people from all walks of life. It wasn’t long before he began coaching or sponsoring many of them. The Problem Was Me contains his life story and the story of other men and women who have found a better life using the techniques within the book. They realized they are not evil people who deserve to be punished but rather discouraged people who need help. Some would share Tom’s healing methods with their therapists, many of whom would ask to meet him. His intention in writing this book is to bring those same methods to a broader base. This book will bring hope to anyone – addict or not – who is paralyzed by their wounded past. It will also shed light for family and friends who do not understand how their loved ones can reject happiness and help whenever it is offered. Finally this book will provide some with a blueprint, a blueprint to give their children the loving and healthy messages often denied them. Facebook LinkedIn Twitter YouTube