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Linda Noble Topf, Shaun Tomson, Robert Scoble, Alan Foster on Money For Lunch

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Linda Noble Topf  have been in a wheelchair since 1997. She wrote You Are Not Your Illness: Seven Principles for Meeting the Challenge. She have been writing a monthly column for Huffington Post since November, 2012 under the moniker, ‘Healthy Living’. Her second book, Wheelchair Wisdom: Awaken Your Spirit through Adversity became a natural outflow of her first book 

Robert Scoble Futurist for Rackspace, the leading Managed Cloud Computing Company, Scoble travels the world looking for what's happening on the bleeding edge of technology for Rackspace. He's interviewed thousands of executives and technology innovators and reports what he learns in books The Age of Context 

Shaun Tomson a true entrepreneur having founded, managed and sold two multi million clothing brands – Instinct in the 80’s and Solitude in the 90’s. He is a former World Surfing Champion, has been described as one of the greatest surfers of all time and one of the most influential surfers of the century. He is the author of Surfer’s Code and the recent #1 Amazon best seller The Code -The Power of "I Will”. He also produced and co-wrote the award winning documentary film Bustin’ down the Door, a dramatic story of how a group of young Australians and South Africans created pro surfing, and built a multi-billion dollar industry

Alan Foster principal at ghSMART, the country’s top leadership advisory firm. Foster is a co-author of Power Score: Your Formula for Leadership Success which outlines a breakthrough formula for how the best leaders and teams deliver results. A battle-tested idea based on ghSMART’s extensive research of leaders in every major industry, Power Score gives readers an insight into what it takes to get your team running at full power

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