Jennifer Arnold & Mark Januszewski!
Jennifer Arnold is the founder and executive director of Canine Assistants, a service-dog school based in Milton, Georgia, and the creator of the Bond-Based Choice Teaching® approach to interspecies relationships. She is the author of the New York Times bestseller Through a Dog’s Eyes, which was also the subject of a PBS documentary, and In a Dog’s Heart. She lives with her husband, veterinarian Kent Bruner; son Chase; four dogs; two cats; and a number of other animals.
Canine Assistants is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing service dogs for children and adults who have physical disabilities, epilepsy, or other special needs. Canine Assistants does not charge for the service it provides; rather, it relies on the generosity of those who recognize that helping one benefits us all. <MORE>
failed 5 times in network marketing, stepped away from the industry before returning to the networking industry due to a 50% pay cut in 1993. What followed was a very a successful run with Market America. “We were in the top 50 earners and ‘retired’ in 1997, collecting residuals for more than 12 years.”
Everybody knows there are hundreds of self-help books that promise life-changing information, happiness and affluence. It is an $11 billion industry. These books give us hope, especially those that are artfully peppered with rags-to-riches stories. This is not one of those books. Let's face it, the hope fades a few weeks after we finish the book and very little, if anything, really changes. <MORE>