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Lydia Hill Slaby FT-11

Wait, It Gets Worse

Lydia, of Rhinebeck, New York, has published her memoir on transformation, Wait, It Gets Worse, available for purchase in March 2019. It's an exciting result of years of hard work. Arianna Huffington recently wrote of the book: "It's an everywoman's guide to living a life that matters."

Patrick (Pat) Mullan FT-77


LEGACY, Pat's book of poetry and other writing has been published. Visit Pat at

Steve Schlecht FT-70

The Art of Building a Brand

Steve, the founder of Duluth Holdings Inc., lifts the veil on how Duluth Trading Co. evolved from a tool organizer catalog into a half-billion-dollar apparel retail business in his new book, The Art of Building a Brand. The book shares with readers a combination of anecdotes and hard truths in business.

David Marlowe FT-77

Healthcare Marketing Plans that Work

David is a principal with Strategic Marketing Concepts, a healthcare and service industry marketing consulting firm. His book, Healthcare Marketing Plans that Work, is a hands-on guidebook that offers a wealth of practical information that will help you create a successful marketing plan, whatever the size or degree of complexity of your healthcare organization.

Christopher Serb E&W-09

War Football: World War I and the Birth of the NFL

In June 2019, Christopher's book, War Football: World War I and the Birth of the NFL, about the military origins of professional football, will be published by Rowman & Littlefield.

Suzy Taherian FT-95

The 80/20 CFO: How to Make Strategic Transformations in Your Company

Suzy and co-author Janice Berthold's new book, The 80/20 CFO: How to Make Strategic Transformations in Your Company, provides little-known shortcuts a new CFO can immediately focus on to bring about the credibility and relationship trust needed to create change within the organization.

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