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Dr. Marlene Caroselli is an author, keynoter, and corporate trainer. She writes extensively about education, business, and careers; her 61st book is a Kindle/Nook e-book titled 50 Ways to Cleave Your Cover. Her first book, The Language of Leadership, was named a main selection by the Executive Book Club. Principled Persuasion, a more recent title, was designated a Director's Choice by the Doubleday Book Club. Adam Ruben is a writer, comedian, storyteller, and molecular biologist. He is the author of Surviving Your Stupid, Stupid Decision to Go to Grad School (Random House, 2010), a satirical guide to the low points and, well, lower points of post-baccalaureate education. Adam writes the humor column "Experimental Error" in the otherwise respectable journal Science; he has also been seen and heard on the Food Network's "Food Detectives," the Science Channel's "Head Rush," and NPR's "All Things Considered." He currently co-hosts the Science Channel's new show, Outrageous Acts of Science. In addition to his day job developing a malaria vaccine at Sanaria Inc.,Adam travels the country, performing his one-man show ("Please Don’t Beat Me Up: Stories and Artifacts from Adolescence") as part of anti-bullying programs and talking about his book to audiences of disaffected grad students. Veronica Grey is the life extension thought leader who appears on TV frequently, sometimes sharing secrets to eternal youth and age reversal from the best-selling guidebook"6 Newly Discovered and Never Before Published Secrets to Eternal Youth and Immortality"which has been reviewed by the only anti-aging institute in America, The Buck Institute.
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