Edna Keep is a real estate entrepreneur and real estate investment advisor, coach and trainer. With $60 million in real estate assets built since 2007, primarily with “other people’s money,” she feels like she is exactly where she is meant to be: coaching and training people in all the skills that she has acquired throughout her life.
Jeannette Bessinger realized that she was spending a huge amount of time with kids who, for all kinds of different reasons, hadn’t had the parenting that they really needed…but at the expense of her own son’s parenting. It was a big ‘aha’ moment. Designer of a long running and successful hospital-based lifestyle change program and countless transformational workshops, Jeanette has helped thousands of people make lasting changes to deeply entrenched habits that no longer serve them.
Parish Kohanim, a self- taught photographer with a degree in film, started his career by photographing advertising campaigns for major clients around the world. His paradigm and commitment for his personal life and career is “To stay original, diverse, timeless and unique while capturing beauty. I feel privileged and fortunate to be able to spend time capturing the infinite and sublime beauty of creation. A gift that humbles and centers me, letting me escape from the excessive noise in our \world.”
Todd Palmer is an executive coach, keynote speaker, renowned thought leader, author, and CEO who is committed to helping business owners tackle their obstacles and clear their path to success. As an entrepreneur and active CEO, Todd knows the struggles business owners face regarding people, cash, strategy & execution. He took his company from being $600,000 in debt, to making the INC 5,000 as one of America’s fastest-growing companies (an astounding 6 times!
Dr. John Robb is a respected Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Connecticut. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of California at Davis in 1981 and his DVM from that same institution in 1985. Dr. Robb started the Protect The Pets movement in 2006 to bring morals back into veterinary medicine. This has helped clients by establishing pet safe hospitals and veterinarians by giving them the opportunity to live their oath.
Allegra Huston worries that "we try to fulfill the expectations that are inevitably held for us, or we're fighting against those expectations. But in either case, we're still being driven by other people's expectations." Allegra is the author of Love Child: A Memoir of Family Lost and Found, the novel "A Stolen Summer," and many more books and screenplays, including the award-winning short film "Good Luck, Mr. Gorski."