20 Feb February 20th, 2015 – PrayerSpark’s Michael Feder & Get Big Things Erica Dhawan
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Michael Feder – Founder and CEO at PrayerSpark
Michael Feder has quite a story behind his PrayerSpark.com. It is the very first-ever interfaith global spiritual social network. If you’re spiritual, religious, unaffiliated or nothing, you can send free prayer or positive affirmations to anyone. And to make it even cooler, the prayers come from the leading Spiritual Practitioners in the world. There are Buddhist Monks, Hindu Yogis, Christian Reverends, Jewish Rabbis, Muslim Imams, Native American Traditional Healer, and even Australian Aboriginal Traditional Spiritual Practitioners! Michael is an entrepreneur with extensive start-up experience and is a published bestselling author with 6 books in print. They include “Olive Parrot Shares Her Birthday,” “Joy of Liberace: Retro Recipes from America’s Kitschiest Kitchen,” the bestselling “Liberace: Your Personal Fashion Consultant,” now in its second printing, “Elvis, Your Personal Fashion Consultant,” “Star Wars, Punch Out And Play” and “Marilyn Monroe, Your Personal Fashion Consultant.”
Erica Dhawan – CEO of Cotential and Co-author of the new book Get Big Things Done: The Power of Connectional Intelligence
Erica Dhawan is the founder of Cotential, a globally recognized leadership expert and a keynote speaker. She drives innovation across cultures and generations and is considered to be one of the today’s most provocative business thinkers. Cotential has helped enterprises accelerate the connectedness of their employees, teams, customers and clients. Erica has spoken worldwide to the World Economic Forum, Deloitte, Fidelity, PepsiCo and McGraw Hill Financial. Her writings have appeared in Fast Company, Forbes, and Harvard Business Review. Erica also serves as a member of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers, Aspen Institute Socrates Society, and the Young Entrepreneur Council.