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Scott Eblin

Scott Eblin is president of The Eblin Group, a leadership development firm committed to helping clients lead and live at their best. As a leadership expert, global speaker, best-selling author and executive coach, Scott works with some of the best-known companies and organizations in the world. He holds the designation of Professional Certified Coach from the International CoachFederation.
Bad Education

Bad Education is a British sitcom produced starring Jack Whitehall as young teacher Alfie Wickers - 'the worst teacher ever to grace the British education system' - at the fictional Abbey Grove School, in Watford, Hertfordshire.The series ran on BBC Three from 2012 to 2014, with a feature film released in August 2015.
Kathy Eisenhardt

Kathleen M. Eisenhardt is Professor of Strategy and Organization at Stanford University. She received a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Brown University, holds an M.S. in computer science and received a Ph.D. from Stanford's Graduate School of Business. She also has several honorary degrees including from London Business School. She is the co-author (with Shona L. Brown) of Competing on the Edge: Strategy as Structured Chaos.
Kathleen Eisenhardt

Kathleen M. Eisenhardt is Professor of Strategy and Organization at Stanford University. She received a B.S. in mechanical engineering from Brown University, holds an M.S. in computer science and received a Ph.D. from Stanford's Graduate School of Business. She also has several honorary degrees including from London Business School. She is the co-author (with Shona L. Brown) of Competing on the Edge: Strategy as Structured Chaos.
Travis Elborough

Travis Elborough is the author of the critically acclaimed The Bus We Loved and THE LONG-PLAYER GOODBYE, which was the basis of a Radio 2 documentary. He regulary appears on Radio 4 and writes for the Guardian.
Mark Ellen

Writer and broadcaster Mark Ellen was born at the wrong time. Five years older and he would have seen The Beatles and The Byrds; five years younger and he'd have been plunged into punk rock. He spent his teenage years sitting at the feet of bands like Hookfoot, Wishbone Ash and Brewers Droop -- the half-baked rear guard of underground rock -- and he knew no better than to admire them. Mark went on to write for Record Mirror and New Musical Express, and edited Smash Hits, Q and Select, and helped to launch MOJO. He stood in for John Peel on Radio One and then joined the Old Grey Whistle Test, becoming one of the TV presenters of Live Aid in 1985.For ten years from 2002, he edited the much-missed music publication, The Word.To find out more visit www.rockstarsstolemylife.com
Joey Essex

Joey Essex was born in 1990 in Bermondsey, South London, before moving to Essex. He has starred in nine series of the hit ITV2 show The Only Way is Essex and appeared in the 2013 series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!. He owns his own shop, Fusey, in Brentwood, Essex. This is his first book.
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