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Nedra Glover Tawwab

Nedra Glover Tawwab is a certified therapist and sought-after relationship expert. She has been in relationship therapy for 12 years and is the founder and owner of the group therapy practice, Kaleidoscope Counseling. Every day she aids people build healthy relationships by teaching them how to use boundaries. Her philosophy is that a shortage of boundaries and assertiveness underlie most relationship problems, and her gift is helping people build healthy relationships with themselves and others.

Nedra received her undergraduate and graduate degree from Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. She has additional certifications in working with families and couples, as well as in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, plus advanced training for counseling adults
who've experienced childhood emotional neglect.

Nedra has appeared in The New York Times, The Guardian, Psychology Today, Self, and Vice, and has been invited to multiple podcasts including Therapy for Black Girls and Whole 30's Mama. She runs a popular Instagram account where she shares practices, instruments, and
reflections for mental health and hosts weekly Q&A's.

Kati Morton

Kati Morton, LMFT holds a Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University and is a licensed marriage and family therapist. She has a private practice in Santa Monica, CA.

Over the past few years, Kati has used social media to share mental health information worldwide through video. Her main specialties include working with individuals experiencing eating disorders and self-harming behaviors, although she addresses all topics related to mental health.

Kati is famous due to her YouTube channel which now has over 948 thousand subscribers, over 74.5 million views. In addition to her YouTube channel and strong presence on social media, she has been invited to KTLA’s morning news, Fox 11 Good Day LA morning show,
and was showcased in Europe’s highest circulated magazine, Glamour UK. She was also a 2019 Shorty Award finalist as well as a 2019 Streamy nominee. Kati’s first book, Are u ok?: A Guide to Caring for Your Mental Health was published in December 2018.

Kati’s mission is to raise awareness about mental health. Her online community has grown to all major internet platforms, allowing her to answer mental health questions from her followers around the planet. She hopes by doing this, the global community can push for better services worldwide and eliminate the stigma associated with asking for help.

Rhonda Byrne

Rhonda Byrne is the creator behind The Secret, a documentary movie that amazed the planet in 2006, changing millions of lives and starting an international movement. The following year Rhonda's book of The Secret was published, which was translated into 50 languages and is still one of the longest-running bestsellers of this century. Rhonda has
written three more bestselling books since, which together form The Secret Books Series: The Power in 2009, The Magic in 2010, Hero in 2013, and How The Secret Changed My Life in 2016.

Rhonda's latest project is a Hollywood movie adaptation of The Secret book and documentary film. Katie Holmes will star in The Secret: Dare To Dream, based on the best-selling book by Rhonda Byrne.

The film, to be directed by Andy Tennant (Hitch, Sweet Home Alabama).

Mark Manson

Mark Manson is the #1 NYTimes bestselling author of The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fck and Everything is Fcked: A Book About Hope. He has also published two other books.

Manson’s books have sold more than 13 million copies, been translated into more than 60 languages and have been #1 bestsellers in fourteen different countries.

Manson is 35 years old. He was raised in Austin, Texas. Went to school and lived in Boston.

Graduated from Boston University in 2007. A few years later, he began an online business and traveled and lived all over the world for about seven years. Now he lives in New York City.

Malala Yousafzai

Malala Yousafzai

Malala Yousafzai, (born July 12, 1997, Mingora, Swat valley, Pakistan), Pakistani activist who, while a teenager, spoke out publicly against the prohibition on the education of girls that was imposed by the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP; sometimes called Pakistani Taliban). She gained global attention when she survived an assassination attempt at age 15. In 2014 Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace in recognition of their efforts on behalf of children’s rights.

Childhood And Early Activism

The daughter of an outspoken social activist and educator, Yousafzai was an excellent student. Her father—who established and administered the school she attended, Khushal Girls High School and College in the city of Mingora—encouraged her to follow in his path. In 2007 the Swat valley, once a vacation destination, was invaded by the TTP. Led by Maulana Fazlullah, the TTP began imposing strict Islamic law, destroying or shutting down girls’ schools, banning women from any active role in society, and carrying out suicide bombings. Yousafzai and her family fled the region for their safety, but they returned when tensions and violence eased.

On September 1, 2008, when Yousafzai was 11 years old, her father took her to a local press club in Peshawar to protest the school closings, and she gave her first speech—“How Dare the Taliban Take Away My Basic Right to Education?” Her speech was publicized throughout Pakistan. Toward the end of 2008, the TTP announced that all girls’ schools in Swat would be shut down on January 15, 2009. The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) approached Yousafzai’s father in search of someone who might blog for them about what it was like to live under TTP rule. Under the name Gul Makai, Yousafzai began writing regular entries for BBC Urdu about her daily life. She wrote from January through the beginning of March of that year 35 entries that were also translated into English. Meanwhile, the TTP shut down all girls’ schools in Swat and blew up more than 100 of them.

In February 2009 Yousafzai made her first television appearance, when she was interviewed by Pakistani journalist and talk show host Hamid Mir on the Pakistan current events show Capital Talk. In late February the TTP, responding to an increasing backlash throughout Pakistan, agreed to a cease-fire, lifted the restriction against girls, and allowed them to attend school on the condition that they wear burkas. However, violence resurged only a few months later, in May, and the Yousafzai family was forced to seek refuge outside of Swat until the Pakistani army was able to push the TTP out. In early 2009 The New York Times reporter Adam Ellick worked with Yousafzai to make a documentary, Class Dismissed, a 13-minute piece about the school shutdown. Ellick made a second film with her, titled A Schoolgirl’s Odyssey. The New York Times posted both films on their Web site in 2009. That summer she met with the U.S. special envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan, Richard Holbrooke, and asked him to help with her effort to protect the education of girls in Pakistan.

With Yousafzai’s continuing television appearances and coverage in the local and international media, it had become apparent by December 2009 that she was the BBC’s young blogger. Once her identity was known, she began to receive widespread recognition for her activism. In October 2011 she was nominated by human rights activist Desmond Tutu for the International Children’s Peace Prize. In December of that year she was awarded Pakistan’s first National Youth Peace Prize (later renamed the National Malala Peace Prize).

Shooting And Nobel Peace Prize

On October 9, 2012, Yousafzai was shot in the head by a TTP gunman while she was en route home from school. Fazlullah and the TTP took responsibility for the attempt on her life. She survived the attack and was flown from Peshawar to Birmingham, England, for surgery. The incident elicited protests, and her cause was taken up around the world, including by the UN special envoy for global education, Gordon Brown, who introduced a petition that called for all children around the world to be back in school by 2015. That petition led to the ratification of Pakistan’s first Right to Education bill. In December 2012 Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari announced the launch of a $10 million education fund in Yousafzai’s honour. About the same time, the Malala Fund was established by the Vital Voices Global Partnership to support education for all girls around the world.

Yousafzai recovered, staying with her family in Birmingham, where she returned to her studies and to activism. For the first time since being shot, she made a public appearance on July 12, 2013, her 16th birthday, and addressed an audience of 500 at the United Nations in New York City. Among her many awards, in 2013 Yousafzai won the United Nations Human Rights Prize, awarded every five years. She was named one of Time magazine’s most influential people in 2013 and appeared on one of the seven covers that were printed for that issue. With Christina Lamb (foreign correspondent for The Sunday Times), Yousafzai coauthored a memoir, I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban (2013). She also wrote the picture book Malala’s Magic Pencil (2017), which was based on her childhood. In 2014 she became the youngest person to win the Liberty Medal, awarded by the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia to public figures striving for people’s freedom throughout the world. Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2013 but passed over that year, Yousafzai in 2014 won the prize, becoming the youngest Nobel laureate.

After winning the Nobel Prize, Yousafzai continued to attend school in England while using her enhanced public profile to bring attention to human rights issues around the world. In July 2015, with support from the Malala Fund, she opened a girls’ school in Lebanon for refugees from the Syrian Civil War. She discussed her work with refugees as well as her own displacement in We Are Displaced (2019).

Her life, before and after the attack she endured, was examined in the documentary He Named Me Malala (2015). The title referenced the fact that Yousafzai had been named for the Afghan heroine Malalai, or Malala, who purportedly led her people to victory against the British in the 1880 Battle of Maiwand.

Chris Guillebeau

Chris Guillebeau

Chris Guillebeau is a New York Times bestselling author and modern-day explorer.

During a lifetime of self-employment that included a four-year commitment as a volunteer executive in West Africa, he visited every country in the world (193 in total) before his 35th birthday. Since then he has modeled the proven definition of an entrepreneur: “Someone who will work 24 hours a day for themselves to avoid working one hour a day for someone else.”

Chris’s first book, The Art of Non-Conformity, was translated into more than thirty languages. His second book, The $100 Startup, was a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller, selling more than 700,000 copies worldwide. His newest book, The Money Tree is all about finding the fortune in your own backyard.

His daily podcast, Side Hustle School, is downloaded more than 2 million times a month.

Every summer in Portland, Oregon, Chris hosts the World Domination Summit, a gathering of creative, remarkable people with thousands in attendance. Also, Chris would like everyone to know that he was social distancing before it was cool.

Joel Brown

Joel Brown is the founder of the #1 motivation website that has reached hundreds of millions of views globally. Brown has a social media following of over 2.7 million across all of his social channels. Brown’s Addicted2Success podcast has reached over 3.2 Million downloads.

Joel Brown travels the world teaching thousands of people how to stand in their vision for success so they can fulfill their dreams.
He has created a circle of influence worth billions. He has worked alongside Tony Robbins, The Dalai Lama, Deepak Chopra, Gary Vaynerchuk, Grant Cardone, Jay Shetty, Marie Forleo, Jack Canfield, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Simon Sinek, Bob Proctor, Dr. John Demartini, and many others.

Joel has appeared in Forbes, Inc., Entrepreneur, SUCCESS Magazine, The Huffington Post, Foundr, and four documentary films including RiseUP with The Dalai Lama, Jack Canfield, Tony Robbins, Marie Forleo, Dwight Howard, Michael Bernard Beckwith, Lisa Nichols, Alanis
Morissette and more, Think & Grow Rich with Bob Proctor, Grant Cardone, Lewis Howes, Barbara Corcoran, Darren Hardy and more, The Death of Recess with Carol Dweck, Alex Morton, Jake Paul and many more, Age of The Entrepreneur with Jessica Alba, Preston Smiles, Alexi Panos, T. Harv Eker, Kevin Harrington and many more.

Brown’s team won the SUCCESS Magazine “2015 BlogStar Awards” as the #1 Self Development Blog. Joel Brown has built several six figure online courses and mastermind groups. He specializes in self development coaching, NLP, speaking and mindset coaching.

Graham Kean

During the progression of my career I found it necessary, and important, to ground my work as a trainer and coach in a psychological and theoretical framework and, therefore, chose an MA
programme in Psychosynthesis Psychology which complements, supports and enhances my work as a therapeutic coach.

It took me over seven years to complete the part time programme and go on to graduate in 2003. It was a journey of highs and lows, it was a journey of the soul. It was both personally and spiritually
enriching. I developed a deep empathic connection with my fellow human beings as I travelled on this humanistic and transpersonal adventure.

My coaching qualification took me over 4 years and I am now honoured to be a Master Masteries Coach (MMC) with the International Association of Coaching (IAC).

My first career was in Catering Management, Sales and Marketing, and finally Corporate Catering.

That all came to an end when the company I was working for, in London, went under and I was made redundant. It was a dark period of my life, I was 32, and I was met by many challenges and many changes that led me into my ‘dark night of the soul’. It was a time that would either make or break me, I picked myself up and made a commitment to move forward and reinvent myself and so began a new phase of my life. It was a journey that led me into my training in Applied Psychosynthesis, Youth at Risk, Coaching Training and Thought Field Therapy training. I was also in therapy myself, over a period of 8 years, with 3 therapists, all as part of my commitment to my personal and spiritual development. I believe that, as a coach, you have to have to explore your own darkness, and come out the other side, before you can take another into their shadows. As Malcolm X said:

“Only those who have experienced a revolution within themselves can reach out effectively to help

I am privileged to have worked with many people from many communities with varied and diverse backgrounds. I am happy to have been able to contribute to the transformation of others and walk with them in their shadows, as they move towards self-realisation, develop self-esteem, confidence and achieve the goals they create for themselves.

I worked for the national charity Youth at Risk, UK (now Grit: breakthrough programmes) for many years as a Senior Trainer / Coach and Operations Manager. I was responsible for the development,
implementation & delivery of ‘New Deal’ personal development ‘Coaching for Employment’ programmes for Knowsley Borough Council, Liverpool City Council and the ‘Deal Me In’ programme for City of Edinburgh Council.

This involved working with chronically unemployed people starting with a 4-day workshop and continuing with a 6-month follow up course. I was part of a team that gained three National Awards for the above. The programme now has over 1,850 graduates.

I was also a consultant on the Youth at Risk ‘Coaching for Community’ programmes all over England, as well as Belfast, Holland and Sweden. These are designed to give young people at risk from crime, drugs and broken homes a chance to confront their lives, rebuild relationships and commit to change. As a consultant, I supported and advised on the complete 11-month process and have coached / trained over 2000 volunteers and 500 young people (participants).

I am now an associate with The Performance Coach, Steppingstones UK and a Master Masteries Coach (MMC) with the International Association of Coaching (IAC).

JP Sears

He's amusing – and confusing – millions of people around the world, but internet sensation JP Sears likes it that way.

On one hand the American is a headband-wearing, namaste'ing yoga tragic who has attracted a cult-like Facebook and YouTube following for his Ultra Spiritual comedy video series.

At Sears' last count, the series had garnered about 100 million views via Facebook, and another 30 million or so on YouTube.

His videos on conundrums facing the modern-day hippie, such as "How to take photos on Instagram", and "How to become gluten intolerant" have earned him something of a cult following.

J.P. Sears is confusing and entertaining audiences and followers, while making a real profit.

Sears' most popular video, "If meat eaters acted like vegans", went viral, and has been seen about 64 million times across his social media platforms – and at least 60 million times beyond that.

But the 35-year-old also runs his own serious life coaching and "emotional healing" business, with no shortage of clients paying $US200 for a one-hour Skype session.

So is he the real deal, or just having a laugh? Sears happily admits many people are "terribly confused". "It amuses me. I think as a society, we love to categorize people, including me – I'm guilty of it," he says.

J.P Sears' "Ultra Spiritual" videos went viral. "People ask: 'Are you sincere, or are you humorous?' My answer is 'Yes, I'm both'. It's like asking, 'do
you have a right hand or do you have a left hand?' " The back-story is that Sears has been involved in coaching for about 15 years.

He says his clients often come to him with similar issues: they might feel stuck in their career, relationship or in reoccurring patterns. They might also be facing grief, depression or sadness.

"I really teach what I need to learn," says Sears, who jokes: "Years ago I was just deluded enough to project that upon other people."

He was already creating serious videos, when he decided to start making funny videos about 18 months ago. The first, "How to be ultra spiritual", went gangbusters without him even trying.

"Someone just stole it off my YouTube channel and uploaded it to their Facebook page. It was getting millions of views," says Sears.

He likes to think that his humorous videos come with a deeper message, but says he had no real plan in mind.

"I wanted to do it because it was a creative tickle that I wanted to itch. It became a very nice bonus that the world received it well."

He used to run serious client sessions – he has clients everywhere from Australia, to the US, UK and Canada – up to six days a week.
But the unexpected success of his new videos has turned his one-man business into a speeding train that he's struggling to keep up with. Sears has since cut back his client sessions to three days a week, and taken on a manager and an assistant.

He's also been snapped up by a book publisher, and has partnered with a production company to create a TV series that he hopes to sell to a network.

"The funny videos have created worlds unto themselves," says Sears. "I also get tons and tons of speaking engagement bookings where I'm in character, doing comedy," he says.
In Australia, that's included the Byron Spirit Festival (he notes there "are some incredibly delightful, weird people" in Byron), and the Wired for Wonder event in Sydney and Melbourne this November.

Business is booming in many different facets for Sears, who now makes almost a full-time living through his YouTube earnings alone.

But it has to be asked, are his videos essentially, well, just a piss-take of his own life and career?

"Everything that I parody in the videos is a part of my life – either now or in the past," he says.

So, is he a vegan? "I eat a vegan diet, but also I eat a meat-eater diet," he deadpans.

As for life coaching, and the skepticism many people feel towards the industry, Sears takes no offence.

"I do believe people are skeptical of life coaches, and I advise a healthy skepticism of life coaching," he says.

"It doesn't ever mean that this person is going to be a good fit to help you in your life. And there's no guarantee this life coach has their life together."

Instead, he advises hiring a life coach based on your connection with them.

In Australia, life coaching is undoubtedly a growing industry – but it's still an unregulated one. As such, it's virtually impossible to quantify how many people are calling themselves a life coach, or what level of training they've had.

But arguably, there's no one here quite like JP Sears, who says he'll keep making his comedy videos – "probably until the internet goes out of business, or I'm abducted by aliens – whatever happens first".

Mark _ Angel Chernoff

Marc and Angel Chernoff are New York Times bestselling authors, professional coaches, full-time students of life, admirers of the human spirit, and have been recognized by Forbes as having “one of the most popular personal development blogs.”  Through their blog, books, course and coaching, they’ve spent the past few years writing about and teaching reliable techniques for reaching lasting happiness, success, love and peace.

Leo Babauta

Leo Babauta has battled the difficult way to find the power of less: overweight and under pressure, he fought through large debts, bad habits and an intolerable work-life balance to become a happy father and the author of the million-reader blog Zen Habits. He lives in the
USA with his family.

Brene Brown

Brené Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston where she holds the Huffington Foundation – Brené Brown Endowed Chair. She is also a visiting professor in management at The University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business.

Brown has spent the past two decades studying courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy.

She is the author of five #1 New York Times bestsellers: The Gifts of Imperfection, Daring Greatly, Rising Strong, Braving the Wilderness, and Dare to Lead.

Brené hosts the Unlocking Us podcast, and her TED talk – The Power of Vulnerability – is one of the top five most viewed TED talks in the world with over 45 million views. She is also the first researcher to have a filmed lecture on Netflix. The Call to Courage special
debuted on the streaming service on April 19, 2019.

Sarah Britton

Sarah Britton is a Holistic Nutritionist. She has been releasing her plant based whole food recipes since 2007.

To obtain her accreditation, Sarah attended the Institute of Holistic Nutrition in Toronto, Canada. IHN is a private college that offers an intensive 1 year full-time or 2 year part-time program based on a university-level curriculum with locations in Ontario and British
Columbia, Canada.

Students graduate with a diploma in Applied Holistic Nutrition and have earned the designation of Certified Nutritional Practitioner (CNP), with full qualification to receive the Registered Nutritional Consultant Practitioner (RNCP) and Registered Orthomolecular Health Practitioner (ROHP) designations.

Sarah says she really loved this school because of its highly diversified curriculum, and the education she received gave her a good springboard to continue in her own way. You do need to be certified to practice legally as a Certified Nutritional Practitioner (not a dietitian, as you may know).

Lewis Howes

Lewis Howes

Lewis Howes grew up depressed, functionally illiterate and headed -- he worried -- for jail, like an older brother.

Today he's on the U.S. Olympic handball team, has launched and sold a 7-figure business and is on a mission help 100 million people live their dreams.

Raised in Delaware, Ohio as the youngest of four, Howes, 31, says he struggled to gain attention in his family -- especially over the frequent arguments of his parents. "They met in college where they were both opera majors -- they wanted to be professional singers," says Howes today. Instead, they started a family at age 19 and Howes's dad worked three jobs, including laying concrete, and struggled financially for years until later in life when his father succeeded in the insurance business. "They weren't happy. They weren't making money doing what they loved," says Howes. "There were miserable times, and that tension in the house impacted us kids."

An older brother spent time in jail after selling drugs to an undercover police officer, and a sister struggled with alcoholism, Howes says. Howes suffered at school. He was placed in special education classes, but even so, school was torture. "When we would go around the room and take turns reading, I would sweat and get chills waiting for my turn. I couldn't really read -- I would mumble the whole time," he says. "I got made fun of a lot and I became really insecure about speaking in public."

Miserable at home and in the classroom, "a really tall, ugly, stupid child with acne who didn’t have any friends," Howes committed to athletics, focusing on football as his ticket out. But before that, a life-changing meeting changed his course.

Every summer Howes' parents sent their kids to a Christian summer camp, and one year Howes became friendly with a few kids who attended a boarding school in St. Louis. "Something about their energy really connected with me," he says. "They were so welcoming and interested in creativity and having fun -- not judgmental or gossipy. I immediately thought, 'This is the kind of energy I want to be around.'

"I was not happy in my small town, and I found myself being someone I didn't want to be -- stealing, lying and cheating, and not feeling good inside. I needed to make a change. I knew I couldn't end up in prison like my brother."

Upon returning home and relentlessly campaigning his parents, Howes attended the boarding school for 8th grade (where he tested at a 2nd grade reading level) and excelled at football. "I was never the biggest, fastest or strongest, or best athlete on any team I've been on. But I was always willing to sacrifice more pain to make the plays," Howes says today. " That was my gift: I was willing do whatever it took to make it happen. It came from feeling all alone as a kid -- I felt I had nothing to lose."

He eventually went on to play college, then play professional Arena League football, where, based in Huntsville, Ala., Howes earned $250 per week. "This was the bush league, and we played on a hockey rink covered in AstroTurf. If 20 people showed up, you felt like a God," he remembers. "There were these sponsors around the wall of the rink, and a chicken tender sponsor paid a $25 bonus if we got a touchdown, then ran and touched his poster."

When Howes broke his wrist in 2007, his bank account was also broke. He moved in with his sister in Ohio, went through rehab for 1.5 years and found himself with few professional job skills at the height of the 2008-2009 recession.

During this time, Howes -- depressed and aimless -- was watching the Beijing Olympics on TV and happened to catch coverage of the handball event. "I was mesmerized, but also pissed off -- I was pissed I'd never seen this before. But I thought: 'This could be my sport,'" he remembers.

Howes learned the best U.S. club was in New York City. "I decided right there I would make money so I could move to New York to practice with this team," he says. "But my time was running out -- I was already 25 years old."

Back at his sister's house, Howes spent hours every day on the Internet, learning to read better, watching videos on personal development, and trying to figure out a business model that would help him earn enough to move to New York to pursue handball. A mentor mentioned LinkedIn as a place to start he search, and was immediately mesmerized. He spent up to eight hours per day on LinkedIn, connecting with influencers, figuring out how to maximize the tool, and eventually launched a LinkedIn group for sports executives which grew to 10,000 members within a year.

This is what happened next:

Members started to contact me and tell me my group helped them land jobs and consulting gigs, others offered to pay me to coach them on using LinkedIn for business, and still others urged me to build a business based on what I knew about social media. I started hosting live mixers for those interested in these ideas, and through this contact I was invited to make a guest presentation on a webinar of social media giant Joe Comm. I realized I loved making public presentations, sharing what I knew. At the end of my presentation I mentioned my PayPal account and said they could sign up for advanced LinkedIn training the following week. When I opened my email the next day, it was the most beautiful thing I'd ever seen -- even more beautiful than any woman. There was $6,300 in my account. I felt like the richest person in the world.

From there Howes "became obsessed" with public speaking and creating digital educational materials. Together with a partner he created and sold webinars, ebooks and other online training materials, teaching people how to grow their careers through social media. Webinars were his tool of choice. Today he has held more than 750 webinars as selling tools, including teaching others how to leverage their power. Within the first 1.5 years, the company had grossed $1 million, and in the next 2 years, $2.5 million.

"By then I had finally moved into my own apartment in Columbus and was paying $495 per month in rent," he says. In 2012, Howes moved to New York (rent: $3,700) to play with a handball club there. "I'd never played before, and all the players were European professionals, laughing and talking about me in their languages," he recalls. Nine months later Howes was picked for the U.S. national handball team, and is currently training for the Olympics.

Two years ago, Howes sold his education company to his partner and launched his podcast, School of Greatness, which aims to help people make a living doing what they love. The podcast has been downloaded 5 million times and consistently ranks in the Top 5 on iTunes. This month Howes is launching Greatness Magazine on iTunes, and has signed with Rodale a book contract for a title based on the same concepts that have helped him find his own success.

Howes says his goal is to reach 100 million people - whether through podcast, articles, public speaking or his book. The goal is save people from being unhappy in their lives because they are unhappy in their careers - which Howes experienced first-hand as a child. "I believe if people are doing what they love, the world will be a better place."

Jessamyn Stanley

Jessamyn Stanley

Jessamyn Stanley is a yoga teacher, body positivity advocate, and writer based in Durham, North Carolina. Jessamyn uses high energy vinyasa flow as a way to move past mental and emotional barriers. Her classes provide a body positive approach to yoga which celebrates students’ bodies and encourages them to ask “How do I feel?” rather than “How do I look?” when practicing yoga.

Jessamyn studied with Kimberley Puryear of Asheville Yoga Center’s 230-hour Teacher Training Program and her eponymous yoga lifestyle blog and Instagram attract thousands of followers daily, offering tips and advice for other yoga practitioners while documenting her home yoga practice. Jessamyn contributes to Mind Body Green, Wanderlust, & Elephant Journal. She's been featured and profiled by a variety of International and National media outlets including Good Morning America, The Daily Mail, New York Magazine, The Sunday Times, New York Times' Women In The World, & People, among others.

Brian Tracy

Brian Tracy is Chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International, a company specializing in the training and development of individuals and organizations Brian's goal is to help you achieve your personal and business goals faster and easier than you ever

Brian Tracy has consulted for more than 1,000 companies and addressed more than 5,000,000 people in 5,000 talks and seminars throughout the US, Canada and 70 other countries worldwide. As a Keynote speaker and seminar leader, he addresses more than 250,000 people each year.

He has studied, researched, written and spoken for 30 years in the fields of economics, history, business, philosophy and psychology. He is the top selling author of over 70 books that have been translated into dozens of languages.

He has written and produced more than 300 audio and video learning programs, including the worldwide, best-selling Psychology of Achievement, which has been translated into more than 28 languages.

He speaks to corporate and public audiences on the subjects of Personal and Professional Development, including the executives and staff of many of America's largest corporations. His exciting talks and seminars on Leadership, Selling, Self-Esteem, Goals, Strategy, Creativity and Success Psychology bring about immediate changes and long-term results.

Prior to founding his company, Brian Tracy International, Brian was the Chief Operating Officer of a $265 million dollar development company. He has had successful careers in sales and marketing, investments, real estate development and syndication, importation, distribution and management consulting. He has conducted high level consulting assignments with several billion-dollar plus corporations in strategic planning and organizational development. He has traveled and worked in over 107 countries on six continents, and speaks four languages. Brian is happily married and has four children. He is active in community and national affairs, and is the President of three companies headquartered in Solana Beach, California.

Grace Hurry

Grace Hurry

Grace is from the UK, and first fell in love with movement when she started ballet at the age of 2! Aged 11 she was accepted to full time ballet school where, alongside ballet training, Grace was lucky enough to be introduced to Pilates. From then on Pilates became an integral part of Grace’s dance training and career.

In 2010 Grace transitioned from professional dancer to ballet and Pilates teacher, and became certified through the Royal Academy of Dance, the Pilates Method Alliance, and Body Arts and Science International (BASI) Pilates. She has also completed a 200 hour yoga teacher training course in Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. In 2018 Grace became Faculty for BASI Pilates.

Grace’s Pilates and yoga classes endeavour to find a balance between the precision required to make positive changes in alignment, strength and mobility, whilst drawing from her dance background to create fun and explorative movement experiences for clients.

Vienna Pharaon

Vienna Pharaon is a certified Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of New York, practicing out of New York City, conveniently located near Grand Central Station. Vienna received her Master of Science in Marriage & Family Therapy from Northwestern University, and trained extensively at The Family Institute, Bette D. Harris Center. There she worked with individuals, couples, and families in a clinic setting. Vienna also completed training at Family Focus, a community outreach program, providing community-, home-, and clinic- based therapeutic services for individuals and families.

After moving back east, Vienna continued her training in Manhattan based private practice settings and treated both individuals and couples, as well as individuals who needed structured anger management therapy. Vienna began her own practice, Mindful Marriage & Family Therapy, because she wanted to expand her approach and help as many people heal,
and step into their transformation as possible. Vienna is also the “Relationship Expert” for Motherly, a platform for millennial mothers who are transitioning into parenthood. She holds singles and couples retreats around the planet and leads relationship workshops in
new cities every few months.

Vienna brings a special kind of energy to therapy. She truly thinks that her clients have the ability to build great, long lasting change. She pays close attention to patterns, and looks to understand a person’s full story before examining the “issue” that’s bringing the client in.

Vienna listens to understand and uses a collaborative approach so that she and her clients can explore, discuss, challenge thoughts and feelings, and set goals. She uses a systemic and integrative approach that addresses people within the context of their relationships.

Vienna’s style uses warmth, compassion, intuition, optimism, and collaboration. She is active in therapy, and although she finds listening to be highly significant, she’s known to challenge her clients, note where they’re stuck, and promote their transformation.

Jessica Valant

Jessica Valant graduated from Regis University in Denver with her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy in 2000. She completed her Pilates training in 2001 through Polestar Pilates and is a Nationally Certified Pilates Teacher and PMA approved continuing education

She has worked with thousands of clients of various backgrounds, ages, injuries and abilities, to aid them in achieving their ultimate health aims.

Jessica is known as a leader in the Pilates world. She has a successful YouTube channel, membership site and blog. She has been named a top 10 finalist in the 2015 Pilates Anytime Next Instructor Contest and a Creator on the Rise by YouTube and has appeared in
Pilates Style Magazine (including as a cover model in 2020), Shape, Buzzfeed, Yoga Journal and Thrillest. She is instructor of popular workshops and courses to other health care professionals and Pilates instructors and is recognized a top specialist in the women’s health

Jessica and her husband, Brian, created Momentum Fest, a three day Pilates and movement festival, in 2017 in order to build an inclusive, loving and fun space for all people to celebrate movement together.

Steven Aitchison

With over 5 million followers, Steven Aitchison is an expert in social media, blogging,personal growth and development, coaching, and growing an online business. His clients are online entrepreneurs seeking to follow what they are passionate about, with a goal to grow a heart-centered business and Steven is demonstrating them how to reach millions across the world with ease.

Business is evolving and it’s no longer about CEO’s hiding in ivory towers. Business is social, and it makes you to be genuine, authentic and speak with prospective clients in ways that are new and innovative!
Steven teaches social entrepreneurship, and that includes sharing your knowledge using the power of social media.

Social media is a strong instrument to develop your business, get your message across AND for giving back to the globe in expansive and healing ways.

Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky is an American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, historian, social critic, and political activist. Known as "the father of modern linguistics", Chomsky is also a major figure in analytic philosophy and one of the founders of the field of cognitive science.

He holds a joint appointment as Institute Professor Emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Laureate Professor at the University of Arizona, and is the author of more than 100 books on topics such as linguistics, war, politics, and mass media.

Ideologically, he aligns with anarcho-syndicalism and libertarian socialism.

One of the most cited scholars alive, Chomsky has impacted a wide range of academic fields.

He is widely known as having helped to start the cognitive revolution in the human sciences, contributing to the development of a new cognitivistic framework for the study of language and the mind.

Besides his continued scholarship, he is still a leading critic of U.S. foreign policy, neoliberalism and contemporary state capitalism, the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, and mainstream news media. His ideas are very influential in the anti-capitalist and anti-imperialist movements.

Lisa Olivera

Lisa Olivera is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Lisa trusts that people need less fixing and more accepting – less perfectionism and more good-enough – less criticism and more self-compassion.

In her practice, Lisa supports people who want to find more acceptance, wholeness, and aliveness in all of who they are. She treats people who feel suffocated by self-criticism, doubt, sadness, anxiety, overwhelm, or fear, as well as people who are navigating what it means to show up as themselves in different areas of their life.

Through holistic and integrative practices, she supports people in building more compassion for themselves, finding more capacity to feel the difficult stuff, and developing more understanding of how to manage the stressors and challenges of life while also making more room for presence, connectedness, and joy.

Mimi _ Alex Ikonn

Mimi and Alex Ikonn are serial entrepreneurs focusing on lifestyle businesses. What began as a $20,000 investment from a personal line of credit turned over the next 8 years into a premium beauty lifestyle company with 250,000+ customers in 165+ countries. Luxy Hair grew largely from social media and word of mouth including their YouTube channel which has 3.2+ million subscribers, half a billion views, and is one of the world’s biggest hair related channels. Luxy Hair is ranked in the top 2% of the best places to work in Canada. In
late 2018, they successfully exited from this business when it was acquired by Beauty Industry Group.

The Ikonns mission is to deliver value to the world and to build brands and products that people love.

Since leaving their first business, they continue their mission of delivering value to the world. They have another company now - Intelligent Change which created the mindfulness journal movement and created products like the Five Minute Journal which has sold 500,000+ copies around the world and Productivity Planner with over 100,000+ sold.

Dr. Beau B Hightower

Dr. Beau B Hightower received the first of three Bachelor of Science degrees in Biology from the University of New Mexico. Subsequent Bachelor of Science degrees in Anatomy, followed by Health and Wellness were received. Dr. Hightower graduated with honors from
Parker University where he received his DC degree. His Sports Medicine Internship was finished in Bogota, Colombia where he worked with the country's Olympic athletes at the Coldeportes training facility.

Dr. Hightower is licensed by the New Mexico Medical Board. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from California University with a Masters degree in Exercise Sciences. He holds over 400 hours of post-doctoral education in physical rehabilitation and functional neurology and
received his second Doctorate degree in Naprapathic Medicine. He is currently pursuing a third doctoral degree. Dr Hightower has achieved the prestigious credential of Diplomate of the American Academy of Pain Management.

Dr. Hightower has been named as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the Commission of the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Continuing his post- graduate education, "Dr. H"has also been recognized by The National Academy of Sports Medicine as a Corrective Exercise Specialist. Besides, Dr. Hightower has completed his Functional Movement Screen education, and is a Certified FMS Instructor.

Dr. Hightower has successfully worked with NFL players, major league baseball players, national champion NCAA wrestlers, champion UFC fighters, Ironman triathletes, elite marathon runners, Olympic athletes, and IFBB professional bodybuilders. Elite-OSM is the
preferred provider for Jackson's MMA. He is a member of several “high IQ” organizations such as Mensa, Intertel, and the Top One Percent Society.

Dr. Hightower is a member of the University of New Mexico Alumni Letterman's Association.

He was a linebacker for the Lobos from 2003-2005. Dr. Hightower is the team doctor for Jackson/Winklejohn's MMA, and writes a national injury column for KNUXX, a website dedicated to the coverage of boxing and mixed martial arts. He is often sought for to treat
Hollywood's elite, and has previously treated actors and actresses on the film-sets of NBC's hit drama the Night Shift, as well as the set of Independence Day 2. Dr. Hightower has been
featured on the Discovery Channel, Fox Sports 1, Fox, Spike, ESPN Radio, UFC TV, and the Albuquerque Journal.

Dr. Hightower has served on multiple occasions at the Roundhouse in New Mexico, treating state senators and representatives and was recently appointed to the medical staff for USA Track and Field's National Indoor Championships. He also serves as a ringside doctor for the New Mexico Athletic Commission during combat sports and has been an ringside doctor for the UFC and Legacy FC.

He enjoys teaching and is currently a clinical instructor at Southwest University of Naprapathic Medicine where he teaches doctoral students in manual medicine.​ Dr Hightower is the creator of Ortho-Therapy.

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