Gary Brose

Gary Brose

Gary Brose's years of experience managing various companies and learning from other executives has given him plenty of ideas and new ways to increase employee satisfaction while still pleasing higher ups. By focusing on small businesses, Gary translates major corporate policies to the masses. He’s written several books to guide owners to success over the years but his latest effort, Express Exec, is different. Written as a short novel, it engages small business owners much more than a typical business book.

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Claudine Barbot & Nicole Green McCalla

Claudine Barbot & Nicole Green McCalla

In their imaginative new children's book, Where The Socks Go, Claudine Barbot and Nicole Green McCalla, explain the journey that silly, naughty socks will go on to evade their owners. This beautifully illustrated tale inspires readers to go on a dynamic adventure throughout different cultures all relating back to those pesky missing socks. Claudine and Nicole (who are both teachers as well as moms) explain: "In a world filled with technology, we want to foster our children’s creative and imaginative minds”. This book allows children the freedom to be playful while finally answering Where The Socks Go.

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Marcy Meyers

Marcy Meyers

Author and Bioenergetic therapist, Marcy Meyers brings a unique combination of personal life experiences, academic training and twenty years of scripture study into her practice. She uses easy to understand scientific explanation and scriptural support to reveal how and why energy medicine works. visit: www.blessedwithenergy.com

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Paul Freed

Paul Freed

Paul Julien Freed’s body of work is a narrative through color and dynamism. It is an extension of his impactful history, both in a personal sense and by way of his professional background in film and photography. For more about Freed and his art, visit: www.pjfreed.com

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Adam Wexelblatt

Adam Wexelblatt

Adam Wexelblatt’s is an incredibly talented artist that has created what he describes as “Classical Realism with a modern twist”. His series of photorealistic portraits and landscapes combine hyperrealism with hints of abstraction, making them a personal interpretation of reality. His art is a melding between his realistic and bohemian style that results in breathtaking pieces.

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Ryan Boyle

Ryan Boyle

Suffering from a traumatic brain injury after an accident in his childhood that forced doctors to remove a portion of his brain, Ryan Boyle was left with not much more than the hope that, in time, he might be able to regain movement in his right hand. Now, Ryan is the author of a book, “When the Lights Go Out,” the silver medal for Paracycling in Rio 2016 and is preparing for the 2020 Summer Paralympics. His story is one of perseverance, drive, courage and hope.

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Sewra G Kidane

Sewra G Kidane

Sewra G Kidane is a New York City based, award winning Director and Commercial Film Editor, whose background includes fashion and beauty based works, working with some of New York City’s top advertising agencies, networks, and fashion directors. Sewra is changing the standard of beauty for African American women with her art and film work, including her most recent highly praised avant-garde fashion film, "Punctuation Proclamation".

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Danny Gutknecht

Danny Gutknecht

In his book “Meaning at Work – and Its Hidden Language,” Danny Gutknecht, CEO and co-founder of Pathways, an advisory firm, writes that today’s employees are in search of an authentic connection that is the key to unlocking both individual and collective potential. It is the first book to lay out a strategy that enables everyone to participate in organizational meaning-making.

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Davin Tjen

Davin Tjen

New media producer and content creator, Davin Tjen, has his finger on the brave new world of entertainment.

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Robin Walker

Robin Walker

Robin Walker is a psychotherapist and a nationally renowned expressionist painter. As he explains, “Rather than asking ‘What do I want to paint today?’ I ask ‘What wants to be painted today?’ I will exert some control over theme, but not outcome. This is the invitation to the unconscious.”

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