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Chris Anderson

CHRIS ANDERSON is TED's president and head curator. Trained as a journalist after graduating from Oxford University, Anderson launched more than 100 successful magazines and websites before turning his attention to TED, which he and his non-profit organization acquired in 2001. His TED mantra - 'ideas worth spreading' - continues to blossom on an international scale. He lives in New York City.
Douglas R. Andrew

Douglas Andrew is currently the owner and president of Paramount Financial services, Inc., a comprehensive personal and business financial planning firm with several distinctions
Duncan Bannatyne

Duncan is one of Britian's most recognisable entrepreneurs, as well as being a philanthropist and best-selling author. His business interests include health clubs, hotels, media, TV, stage schools, property and transport. Duncan is a UNICEF ambassador and has an OBE for his charity work. According to The Sunday Times Rich List 2011, Duncan is worth an estimated £430 million.
Harry Beckwith

Harry Beckworth is the founder of Beckwith Advertising and Marketing and a frequent guest lecturer for many national corporations including ABC and BellSouth Corporation. He is joined on this book by his wife Christine who is a professional speaker and experienced sales rep.
Nolan Bushnell

Nolan Bushnell is a technology pioneer, entrepreneur and engineer. Often cited as the father of the video-game industry, he is best known as the founder of Atari Corporation.
Erik Calonius

Erik Calonius is a former reporter, editor and London correspondent for the Wall Street Journal and served as an editor and writer for Fortune, where he was nominated for the National Magazine Award. He collaborated with Dan Ariely on international bestseller PREDICTABLY IRRATIONAL.
Sebastian Coe

Sebastian Coe is a winner. His record as a sporting champion and world record holder in middle-distance running speaks for itself, and earned him four Olympic medals during a glittering career. He is also a renaissance man of our times, as his record of achieving success in many different areas of life shows. Sebastian Coe, now Lord Coe of Ranmore, has been a politician, a business leader and the inspirational figurehead of the successful 2012 Olympic bid. He is a life peer, a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire and is vice-president of the International Association of Athletics Federations. Sebastian Coe has the passion, determination, focus, dedication and self-belief that marks him out as a true champion.
Emma De Vita

Emma De Vita is features editor on Management Today. During her years on the magazine, she has spent time in jail, watching catwalk shows and travelling to Sao Paolo, New York and Mumbai all in the name of business journalism, for which she has won a number of awards. Her articles have also appeared in the Sunday Times, the Guardian and the Financial Times.
Alastair Dryburgh

Alastair Dryburgh is CEO of Akenhurst Consultants and a regular contributor to Management Today. After studying maths at Cambridge, he joined Ernst & Young as a trainee accountant and spent two years in Italy before joining Pearson as an internal consultant. He became commerical director of subsidiary Churchill Communications Europe and left after the company was sold to start his own business.
Carol Fishman Cohen

Carol Fishman Cohen formerly had a career in corporate finance. She is now creating a consulting business for stay-at-home mums who want to resume their careers. Vivian Steir Rabin, a former corporate executive recruiter, runs her own executive search business.
Lois P. Frankel

Lois P. Frankel, Ph.D. is President of Corporate Coaching International. She is a sought-after speaker. Her websites are www.drloisfrankel.com and www.cororatecoachingintl.com
William H. Davidow

William H. Davidow is a successful Silicon Valley venture capitalist, philanthropist and author. For many years, he was senior VP at Intel, where he was responsible for the development and design of the Intel microchip.
Daniel H. Pink

Daniel H. Pink is the New York Times bestselling author of A WHOLE NEW MIND and FREE AGENT NATION. He lectures to corporations, associations and universities around the world on economic transformation and the changing world of work. In 2007, he won a Japan Society Media Fellowship that took him to Toyko to study the manga industry. Daniel H. Pink lives in Washington, D.C., with his wife and their three children.
Neil Irwin

Neil Irwin is a senior economic correspondent at The New York Times. He was previously a columnist at The Washington Post, where he led coverage of the global financial crisis, recession, and response of the world's central banks. He has an MBA from Columbia University, where he was a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economic and Business Journalism. He lives in Washington. This book was shortlisted for the 2013 Financial Times and Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year Award.
Adam J. Jackson

As a young boy, Adam J. Jackson was plagued by the skin disorder psoriasis. From acute physical and social suffering, he went on to develop one of the world's most successful non-steroid treatments for the condition, and now helps thousands of fellow sufferers. Adam is now an internationally renowned therapist, motivational speaker and author. His SECRETS OF ABUNDANT HEALTH, WEALTH AND HAPPINESS series has been translated in 27 languages. Adam has appeared on GMTV, The Big Breakfast and Kilroy Silk and has also been featured in the Sunday Express, Today, GQ and Here's Health.
John Knell

John Knell, along with Richard Reeves, are co-founders of the Intelligence Agency, a strategy and research consultancy. Their roster of clients includes BT, Accenture, Sky, PricewaterhouseCoopers, NESTA, PepsiCo, the Arts Council, Orange and the BBC. They are both contributors to the Whitehall Top Management Programme.
Dominic Littlewood

Dominic Littlewood spent 15 years in car sales and made his first TV appearance on Channel 4's Faking It, where he taught a vicar how to be a second-hand car dealer in just one month. He has presented BBC 2's Wrong Car Right Car, BBC1's To Buy or Not to Buy and BBC2's How I Made My Property Fortune. In 2006 he began presenting Don't Get Done, Get Dom, in which he resolves consumer and bureaucratic nightmares. Dominic is also a reporter on The One Show, contributes to Top Gear magazine, and has written pieces for the motoring section of the Daily Telegraph. Most recently he competed on BB1's Strictly Come Dancing.
Fergus O'connell

Fergus O'Connell is one of the world's leading authorities on project management and getting things done in the shortest time possible. The Sunday Business Post described him as having 'more strings to his bow than a Stradivarius'. In 1992, Fergus founded ETP (www.etpint.com), which is now one of the world's leading programme and project management companies. His 'Ten Steps' model was used to plan and execute the Special Olympics World Games in 2003. Fergus has taught project management in Europe, North America, South America, the Far East and Australia.
Michael Pantalon

Michael Pantalon is an award-winning faculty member at Yale University School of Medicine, as well as being a motivational coach, consultant, speaker and therapist. He has taught people from all walks of life, including business executives, lifestyle coaches, parents, teachers, sales reps and probation officers. He has consulted with General Electric, Schering-Plough, the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.
Hank Paulson

Henry M. Paulson, Jr., served as CEO of Goldman Sachs (1999-2006), 74th secretary of the U.S. Treasury (2006-2009), and chairman of the Nature Conservancy (2004-2006). He has sat across the bargaining table from countless Chinese politicians and CEOs as a banker, a statesman, and an environmentalist. Since leaving Washington, the former Treasury secretary has worked on bridging the gap between the U.S. and China through the Paulson Institute, which he describes not as a think tank but as a "think and do" tank.