Nancy Whitney-Reiter talks about her book, Unplugged: How to Disconnect from the Rat Race, Have an Existential Crisis, and Find Meaning and Fulfillment. She is a former economist and corporate market analyst. As a 9/11 survivor and Generation X-er, she found herself questioning the true meaning of “success,” and embarked on a year long travel sabbatical. Her travels took her to Costa Rica and South Africa, where she worked as a volunteer teacher and wildlife researcher. Nancy has lived in six countries on three continents, and has traveled to more than 40 countries and 17 states to date. She is fluent in English, Italian, and Spanish, and is learning Portuguese and Zulu.
Dada Madhuvidyananda speaks about his book, Seven Secrets of Success: A guide for living a successful and fulfilling life. Dada became a monk when he was just 20 years old, and since then has dedicated his life to helping others. He has lectured on five continents, and worked with people all over the world. Dada is also the founder of the Seven Secrets of Success Project.