Lorenzo Gomez III went from the stockroom of a grocery store to the boardrooms of two private companies without a formal higher education.
In his Book The Cilantro Diaries Business Lessons From the Most Unlikely Places, Gomez tell of the inspiring and humorous true story of hope and accomplishment, he shares the steps he took up the ladder and the guiding principles that got him to the top.
Lorenzo Gomez III is the Chairman of Geekdom, Texas’ largest coworking space, and is cofounder of The 80/20 Foundation, a philanthropic organization dedicated to investing in the future of San Antonio.
Despite having little college experience, he used valuable lessons from his entry-level jobs to catapult himself into high-impact positions. At the managed-cloud provider, Rackspace, he worked closely with co-founder Graham Weston.
Joryn Jenkins of Open Palm Law, explains the magic that happens in collaborative cases that does not happen when you litigate in a courtroom. “Every time I do a collaborative case I see magic happen, and it’s kind of shocking to me that other people aren’t talking about it all the time.”
Open Palm want's To help couples and families restructure, rather than destroy, their relationships through There legal and collaborative divorce services. They guide there clients to the best possible outcomes, both emotionally and financially, in the face of life’s most stressful experience.
Richard J. Sagall, MD, Received his medical degree from the Medical College of Ohio at Toledo. After completing his family practice residency at the Eastern Maine Medical Center, Bangor, ME, he practiced family medicine and occupational medicine there for nearly 20 years. During that time he began NeedyMeds. He and his wife moved to Philadelphia where he practiced occupational medicine and ran NeedyMeds. Rich has written articles on assistance programs and occupational medicine topics for a number of publications. He has given presentations on patient assistance programs and occupational medicine throughout the country.
Christine Mango began her career in the entertainment industry as a specialty set designer and decorator. Her creations have been seen on television shows such as Friends, Seinfeld, Ellen, Roseanne, Young & Restless, Days of our Lives and feature films to include The Wedding Singer, Parent Trap and The Big Lebowski to name a few.
Dr. TK has made it his mission to reduce opiate dependency and bring awareness and education to a new viewpoint on pain. Through his 15 years of studies and background in pharmacology he has created a solution to real, natural pain relief through energy medicine.
Our mission is to provide solutions for pain relief through Bio-Energetic medicine and impact opiate drug dependency. We’re investing our energy in changing the current conventional view on pain, addiction, stress, and worries. we hope to Change the world view on opiate prescription pain medication. Educate people about the effects of opiate drug dependency, as well as Provide an alternative to help balance pain, stress, and worries without opiate pain medication. Mind Body Matrix
Martin has spent his career defining the future impacts of developing technology on business around the world. As a futurist and visionary, in 1998, Martin wrote in his worldwide bestseller Net Future the following: “Wearable computers will venture out of the labs into the workplace, disposable chips will allow appliances to communicate with each other, and more networked devices will connect to more networked devices.” Martin essentially predicted coming arrival of the Internet of Things a decade ahead of time.
At the birth of the commercial Web, Martin was the founding publisher of Interactive Age, the first publication in history to launch in print and on the Web simultaneously. It was the first publication in history to run an interactive, online advertisement.
As head of Net Future Institute, a U.S.-based think tank that focuses on disruptive business strategies and marketing tactics for a networked world, Martin is on the forefront of research exploring the roles of artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things and their impact on consumer behaviors.
Dr. Gary Epler is a Harvard Medical School professor and thought leader in health, fitness, executive productivity and peak performance. He is a bestselling author who has impacted the lives of people throughout the world through his speaking engagements, books and teaching. He has been called upon by individuals from around the globe who have a rare lung disease called BOOP that he discovered. He is an award-winning speaker, addressing audiences about health, nutrition, productivity and leadership.
Dr. Gary Epler has created the company Epler Health that provides products and services to improve people’s lives and companies by developing products and services. He has discovered a 15-element Epler Code based in science that is a guide to live people’s best lives. He gives corporate seminars and workshops using the Epler Code to increase productivity and sales.
The 7 Keys to Healthy Aging You can live a long and healthy life. There is no magic pill or Fountain of Youth, but you can achieve it with simple lifestyle modifications: 1. Eating the right foods 2. Getting the right exercise 3. Reducing and managing stress 4. Improving the quality of sleep 5. Eliminating tobacco 6. Remaining intellectually engaged 7. Staying involved socially The advice in Longevity Decoded works—because it puts you in charge of shaping your future.
Medivizor (medivizor.com) seeks to improve the quality of lives of those facing serious or chronic medical conditions. We know life happens so we use the latest software and the social web in a more personal way so you and your loved one can be more informed and up to date. By understanding the specifics about each individual, Medivizor is able to provide clear, relevant, and cutting-edge information they need know - personalized just for them.
Ariana Longley, MPH has been with the Patient Safety Movement Foundation since 2015 and is currently serving as Chief Operating Officer. Since joining the Patient Safety Movement, Ariana developed the Committed Partners opportunity for professional societies, associations, and other aligned healthcare-related organizations to work with the Movement and has helped grow the number of committed organizations to over 4,710 worldwide, spanning 51 countries.
When the 1999 report To Err is Human: Building a Safer Health System was released by the Institute of Medicine, it was the first time the impact and consequences of medical errors were quantified. The report generated a sort of enlightenment that led many like-minded people to form organizations to combat medical errors and hospitals to begin implementing processes to reduce harm.
In January 2019, the Patient Safety Movement Foundation held its 7th Annual World Patient Safety, Science & Technology Summit and announced over 90,146 lives saved because of commitments made by over 4,710 partnered hospitals across 50 countries.
President and Ceo Sharon Danitscheck of The Military Reunion Network talk about how MRN helps our Veterans plan there reunions and helps them reconnect. Sharon also talks about giving back to the Veterans and the impact it has had on her life.
The mission of The Military Reunion Network is simple: Support veterans planning their military reunions as well as the hospitality industry through education, connection and resource to achieve successful reunions and increased business.