The story of an actor who battled depression and agents. Here’s what happened.
Charles Wheelan is an economist, writer (Naked Economics) and speech writer for big name politicians. He went to Dartmouth as an undergrad, and now surprisingly is heading back as a faculty member. But it’s his car crash that will really get your attention.
Dan Miller (of 48 Days to the Work You Love fame) is a writer, speaker and encourager. His is the story of one who decided to listen to the voices that said “you can do it” and ignore those who said “don’t even try.” Now he helps others find their way, telling them that success is a direction, not a destination.
I’m tempted to say he has a voice for radio but I can hear Andy asking “did you say voice or face?” For the record, I said voice. In addition to his melodic tones, Andy is a quick wit, a knowledgeable techie and a skilled writer. And when you want to know about technology, he’s the guy who will tell you what you need to know and do it in an interesting way.
This is a story of how a kid from the South who is raised by his windowed mother figures out who he is. Once he’s figured out his edges, he discovers his calling: helping others be more productive. David Allen is best known for his book Getting Things Done. But there’s more to the man. Oh, and Happy Birthday, David.
If you like CSS, html and other random letter combinations, you’ll like Denise Jacobs. She not only knows what they mean but she’s written the book on it (The CSS Detective Guide). Her Dad had a passion for flying but Denise prefers web design, writing, speaking and everything creative.