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2017 Speakers

April 12

Mark Goulston

Steve Jobs Returns: Connecting
the Dots

Steve Jobs is credited with turning around and making Apple the most successful company in the world.  However, when he died, the unconscious formula he followed died with him. Since then, Apple has been successful but challenged to continue its phenomenal success as a disruptively innovative company.

Dr. Mark Goulston is widely regarded as a "people hacker." Beginning as a UCLA professor and crisis psychiatrist, Mark specialized in suicide, then was an FBI and police hostage negotiation trainer, then was a high profile trial consultant.  Mark spent the past two years  "hacking Steve Jobs" and speaking around the country on how to think like Jobs when marketing. Our morning will be his one-man show in which he doesn't play Jobs... he is Job and tells the story of turning around Apple between 1997 when he returned to 2007 when he introduced the iPhone and then takes questions as Jobs. 

Mark is also the author of seven books including Just Listen, the top book on listening in the world, and Talking to Crazy, which was a 2016 finalist in the audible book "Oscars.” www.MarkGoulston.com

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April 26

Alan Green

The Sacred Scripture Hidden within Shakespeare's Sonnets

"The best, most exciting breakthrough I've seen in all my years as a Shakespeare scholar.”

~Dr. Michael Delahoyde, professor of English Literature at Washington State University.

 

To be in Alan Green’s outrageously entertaining presence is to be absolutely charmed!  He is a British-born, classically trained pianist, composer, author, educator, and Shakespeare Authorship scholar.  A renowned musician, he was signed to five major record labels including Arista, ABC, and CBS, with whom he had a top thirty hit, I Surrender, under the pseudonym, Arlan Day, in 1981.

Green’s first academic book, Dee-Coding Shakespeare [sic], was initially published in 2010, but he withdrew it from the marketplace because of new discoveries.  His upcoming book trilogy involves the opening the altar stone within the poet's church in Stratford-upon-Avon — where the Bard claims to have left physical evidence that may finally solve the centuries-old controversy surrounding his identity.  We will be sitting on the edge of our seats!

Alan will use our grand piano to perform one or two excerpts from his forthcoming Shakespeare musical, BARD.

www.ToBeOrNotToBe.com

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