Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, NJ (Finance - Int'l Bus)
I'm a published author of 3 books and have ghostwritten 20 books (books I wrote for other people). I'm also a professional speaker, storyteller, and a former lecturer at the University of Hawaii, where I taught a course in clinical finance and economics. Three years ago, I taught English at the university of Science and Technology in Beijing, China, and at a private school in Hangzhou, China. My Chinese students found me to be encouraging. I was able to help them to 'come out of their shells,' and be able to actually speak English in front of the class. At the beginning of the course, they were too shy to participate in class discussions. By the time course ended, I couldn't shut them up. Their shyness vanished. I used a skill I learned in Toastmasters known as Table Topics, where one learns to speak impromptu, to train them in public speaking. Toastmasters International is an organization that helps people develop leadership and public speaking skills.
In addition to teaching and mentoring, I lead annual retreats to Tibet and Nepal, and have traveled to 42 countries. For more than 15 years, I've been coaching and mentoring people on personal development, public speaking, storytelling, meditation training, writing, editing, career decisions, and general life situations. With my diverse background, I'm able to understand a wide range of situations and help people of various backgrounds. Whether you need some encouragement, instructions, or guidance, give me a call. Let me know what you are working on, and I'll let you know whether or not I can help you. I look forward to hearing from you. Aloha! I'm a published author of 3 books and have ghostwritten 20 books (books I wrote for other people). I'm also a professional speaker, storyteller, and a former lecturer at the University of Hawaii, where I taught a course in clinical finance and economics. Three years ago, I taught English at the university of Science and Technology in Beijing,
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I am a professional speaker, a member of the National Speakers Association; a member of Toastmasters International for 15 years, a former university lecturer, and a workshop/seminar presenter. An author of three books and ghostwriter of 20 books. I presented more than 100 workshops on book publishing and marketing. I've spoken at the San Francisco convention center, Minneapolis convention center, and the convention center in Lihue, Hawaii for the Whole Life Expo.