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  • 'Hot Shot' James Coller

    ‘Hot Shot’ James Coller


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    Hot Shot James Coller is a young, up and coming Professional Wrestler from South Jersey tells his story of how he got started while in high school, playing football and wrestling, and then directed his talent as a Professional Wrestler. If you've ever thought of what it would be like to be a professional wrestler and jump off the ropes in a ring .. pounce on another guy and kick him in the head and smash his face into the mat, then this will be right up your alley. Find out what it's like to be a professional wrestler, from a new up and coming star.

  • Larry Oskin

    Larry Oskin


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    Larry Oskin studied graphic design, photography, journalism and fine art at the State University College of New York at Buffalo. Larry Oskin has exhibited his works in private galleries and public art museums as well as at art festivals inclusive of the world-famous Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, NY. Earlier in his career, Larry Oskin was also Director of Marketing for Circle Fine Art, which was respected as the world’s largest fine art publisher and private art gallery chain, where he provided marketing for Peter Max, Erté, Agam, Rockwell, Neiman, Mouley, Hoffman, Calder, Walt Disney Studios and many internationally respected artists. Larry Oskin launched Art Beautique, dedicated to celebrating inspirations of beauty. Larry Oskin notes, “My Art Beautique work is very stylized as abstract photo impressionism. I believe that photography remains one of our best artistic forms of creative media and visual expression. Through the fine art of photography, we are able to share what we can see, sense and feel, yet not touch!” The Art Beautique collection celebrates the beauty of women, glamour, nature, flowers, animals, cityscapes, world capitals, the Washington, DC monuments and Judaica art.

  • Kate Fairley

    Kate Fairley


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    I was an overachiever in high school, getting a 92.65 ENTER score, but because I was so good at everything it was so difficult to pick a career path. I got into Law at Deakin so that's what I did for a year & a half, but I found I wasn't passionate about it and didn't think it was worth spending another 4 years to come to the same conclusion. The first place that hired me was an insurance brokerage in a reception role, and it was here, after I’d stopped learning, that I realised that was my passion. I was good at everything (not great, just good) because I was excellent at learning. It took me a while but I eventually gained the confidence to take a chance on myself and move to an Account Manager position with another brokerage where I also started my Bachelor of Commerce (part time, off campus). After 18 months there I moved to an Assistant Underwriter position with an Underwriting Agency where I was given the opportunity to take control of their business processes and played an integral role in helping the business become profitable again ...

  • Dr. Fred Rosen

    Dr. Fred Rosen


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    His story begins with a look at his years during college, what he majored in, his choice of undergraduate classes, and how he made a conscious decision to take the necessary courses that would prepare him to be accepted and enter dental school immediately after fulfilling his undergraduate degree. Dr. Rosen, realized early on in his teenage years that working in the field of medicine was something of great interest to him. But as we learn at the very end, one of the primary reasons he chose to become a dentist, as opposed to a traditional medical doctor or surgeon, was simply that although he loves the field of medicine, dealing with life or death medical situations made him uneasy and I can certainly understand his concern. Dr. Rosen loves helping people and working as a dentist allows him to do this every day.

  • Steve Lowy

    Steve Lowy


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    Established my service-led hotel brand (the umi London hotel to begin with) aged 26. I then opened umi Brighton, then partnered with investors to bring the Petrovka Loft Hotel in Moscow into the umi Hotels group. In 2010 I set up umi Marketing, a hospitality industry design and marketing agency and this is now part of umi Digital which also includes a booking software brand Book it With. I have had over 150 students working at umi on work experience or internship placements, from many different countries and host a minimum of two students at any one time. I also speak regularly at academic institutions and I am a Board Director for BETA (British Educational Travel Association) and STAYWYSE which I earned because of my work supporting young people. In 2010 I was proudly awarded the Hotel & Caterer Magazine Acorn Award which is given to the most promising 30 under 30 within the hospitality industry.

  • Paul Carr

    Paul Carr


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    32 years continuous experience in aerospace industry, and 30 years direct involvement in system engineering, mission analysis, mission design, and operation of spaceflight systems for diverse missions and sponsors. Leader of spacecraft design project and proposal teams on must-win competitive procurements, and experienced in project and line management. Technically and methodologically current, with strong analytical and computer skills. Committed to continuous process improvement and maturation. U.S. Citizen with current DOD Secret Clearance.
  • Antonie Potgieter

    Antonie Potgieter


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    When Antonie was in school, he did well academically but he wasn't sure what he wanted to be when he got older. He had some ideas of becoming an attorney, studying medicine, etc. but never had his head set on it. In just a short time, through his efforts, he created "Tribulant Software" which is a software development company which specializes in premium WordPress plugins. His company develops, markets, sells and supports useful and purposeful WordPress plugins to the community of WordPress users. If you are interested in programming and the thought of developing software (such as Wordpress plugins) for use by website developers and website builders, you too can start your own company. Listen to Antonie Potgieter of Tribulant talk about how he began with very little capital and all within a relatively short period of time.

  • Dianne Collins

    Dianne Collins


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    I developed a system "new thinking for mastering effectiveness in a changing world" known as QuantumThink. The QuantumThink system is comprised of 21 principles and practices for the mind and awareness that enables us to take command of our life by learning the way our habits of thinking affect our experiences and outcomes. In 1997 I trademarked this new system of thinking, QuantumThink(r). In the QuantumThink principles--known as "distinctions in thinking--I draw upon a wide ranges of sources from cutting edge innovations in the sciences to the insights of the world's great teachers of ageless and spiritual wisdom. I put it all together into practical living wisdom that makes sense of our changing world and teaches us to integrate new levels of awareness toward our own mastery in expressing what we are uniquely here to express for ourselves and the world.

  • Natalie Tinti

    Natalie Tinti


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    I am a multi-award winning author and illustrator for series of books : Sewing a Friendship. The series has 10 books and each book has a different message. My books have a lot of illustrations because I love to draw and I believe in art so much! When my first book was published in December 2009, there was a question: how I will market it? So, at age 10 I start giving presentations to different group of people.

  • Michael R. Smith

    Michael R. Smith


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    Dr. Michael Ray Smith is professor of Communication Studies at Campbell University. In an independent search, recognized Smith as one of “Top 50 journalism professors for 2012." The list was created using independent research with the sole purpose of being a resource. Also in 2012 Campbell University selected him from 216 professors for its first university-wide teaching excellence award. In 2001-2002 he was recognized as professor of the year.

    In 2011 World Journalism Institute, Manhattan, named him the John McCandlish Phillips Scholar. Philips was the internationally-known reporter for The New York Times in the 1960s. Smith earned a Ph.D. from Regent University and taught at state and private universities, at graduate and undergraduate schools and is a professor of communication studies at Campbell University.

    An award-winning journalist and photographer, he has been quoted in the New York Times, The Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, The Philadelphia Inquirer, USA Today, The Arizona Republic, The Christian Science Monitor, The Louisville Courier-Journal, Editor & Publisher, Christianity Today, Writer’s Digest and many other periodicals. He has written five books, 12 journal articles and hundreds of articles for the popular press.

  • Mark Hummel

    Mark Hummel


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    Currently, I am the Music Director of the B'way musical Disney NEWSIES (I wrote the Dance Music too). I have lived in NYC since 1978 and have been actively involved in the theater, television, and cabaret.

  • Brian Smith

    Brian Smith


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    Brian Smith - Author, Communications Expert and Management Consultant is a leading authority on soft-skills training and leadership development. Brian - a behaviorist by training - works with people who want to learn how to communicate and interact more effectively; and who want to discover how to get the best out of themselves and others. He is the author of two books "Confessions of a Reformed Control Freak - The Top Ten Sins Most Managers Make & How to Avoid Them" and "Managing for Results - The Art of Managing and Leading in the 21st Century". Brian is a former member of the faculty and professor at Algonquin College's School of Business where he taught entrepreneurship, skills for success and professional selling. He is CEO / President of Power Link Dynamics and travels throughout North America delivering keynote speeches and facilitating workshops to address the challenges facing managers and business leaders today.

  • Cameron Tilbury

    Cameron Tilbury


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    Cameron Tilbury lives in Nashville, Tennessee and met and married songwriter Jo-Leah Gray and created the company MapleStar Music & Media which is a full-service international publicity/management company. The company now handles singers/bands in country and rock, tv personalities/actors, and one of the world’s top rock photographers. MapleStar Music & Media also does artist management, artist development, producing, and much more. Clients are based in Canada, the USA and United Kingdom. The company’s main office is in Nashville, Tennessee, with offices soon to be opening in Canada and England.

  • Jennifer Dempsey

    Jennifer Dempsey


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    Being a hairstylist is so much more than just the technical part of being able to style hair. Being a colorist takes knowledge of the color wheel and formulating to create a vision. Cutting hair takes knowledge of the shape of the head, different face shapes, different textures of hair, how to positions your body, and how to hold the hair to achieve a desired look. It takes more training to become a great hair dresser than just cosmetology school. Continued education is our foundation. Further than that we are in the people pleasing business, customer service is our industries number one priority. As a hairstyles you are looked up to, to be fashion forward with hair trends, and fashion trends. As a commission based stylist you are responsible for client retention of at least 50% and to sell product determined on service sales. Being a stylist is 80% personality, 40% technical.
  • Dr. George Seretis

    Dr. George Seretis


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    Upon completion of his undergraduate studies at New York University, he earned his medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He then went on to serve as a family medicine resident at Doctors Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. During his residency he served as chief resident from 1996 to 1997. Dr. Seretis joined Christiana Care in 1997, where he provided comprehensive care for families of Salem and Gloucester Counties.

  • Kathy Kirk

    Kathy Kirk


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    Kathy Kirk has led an extraordinary life becoming a Consciousness Bridge. In every activity, Kathy's focus is to observe the Human Spirit interface in the body/mind and It's application/effect in the individual Life to understand how we naturally create our physical reality to live fulfilled lives.

  • Ignaty Dyakov

    Ignaty Dyakov


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    I am an entrepreneur, working as a Russian language and business trainer, from the United Kingdom. I run a linguistic consultancy helping international companies expand in Russia or deal with Russian clients. I also teach the Russian language and train people on how to do business in Russia and how to sell to Russian customers.

  • Lynise Anderson

    Lynise Anderson


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    As a nutritionist and health coach, I work with clients of all ages and from all parts of the world to help them rebuild their health. By assiting them in identifying the stressors (dietary, structural, emotional, physical, psychological, environmental, etc.) that underlie their health imbalances, we are able to work together to create individualized and comprehensive wellness programs that allow them to restore health and balance. I work with clients that present all types of symptoms - diabetes, hypertension, weight issues, thyroid imbalances, digestive complaints, cancer, fatigue, insomnia, candidiasis, chronic pain - EVERYTHING!

  • Sheyla Paz Hicks

    Sheyla Paz Hicks


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    Sheila has a wonderful story that she tells about how she came to the United States in 2000 and shortly thereafter, began studying the piano and taking voice lessons, and within just a couple years, she took a shot and pursued working as a model and actress. She "took the bull by the horns" (as I like to say) and went off into various, yet specific directions, but all within the field of entertainment (if you had to categorize it under one umbrella). Her story is very uplifting and will give you a great understanding of the potential that lies within us all, if you just look at what you have (within you) and keep moving in a direction that allows you to use and implement the things you love most and keep learning more and more .. so you can keep improving and growing.