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Rapid Evolution: A Training Manual For Accelerating Your Personal Evolution Alexia Parks

Rapid Evolution: A Training Manual For Accelerating Your Personal Evolution

Alexia Parks

Published May 22nd 2002
ISBN : 9781930418028
Paperback
256 pages
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About the AuthorFor more than 25 years, the writing and work of Alexia Parkshas served as a bridge between innovation and culture. Anearly article, titled A Landscape of Nuclear Tombstones,was selected as one of the Top 10 Best Censored Stories ofMoreAbout the AuthorFor more than 25 years, the writing and work of Alexia Parkshas served as a bridge between innovation and culture. Anearly article, titled A Landscape of Nuclear Tombstones,was selected as one of the Top 10 Best Censored Stories of1976, and prompted an invitation by the government toWashington D.C. to represent public opinion on nuclearenergy.As a nationally syndicated columnist, she also wrote for thenational desk of The Washington Post. Her writing became thebasis for a number of conferences including The Tarrytown100, which brought together 100 of the most innovative CEOsand senior executives in the U.S. in terms of new ways to dobusiness. She published some of their innovative ideas inVISION USA, a magazine insert planned for the top 10newspapers in the U.S. The magazine was picked up by Time,Inc. for a greenhouse project. In NYC, she later served asDirector of Communications for a trade associationrepresenting 100 major metropolitan daily newspapers aroundthe U.S. Her publication, The Contact Sheet, linked smallbusiness innovations to the national news media.In 1995, she turned her attention turned to the Internet.Newsweek magazine called her one of 50 people who mattermost on the Internet, for her pioneering work in electronicdemocracy and on-line voting. In 2000, she published anexpose of behavior modification schools, called An AmericanGULAG, based on a true-life story. The book won her a teenhero award and steady coverage by the news media for herwork to protect the civil and human rights of teens. It wasalso picked up as a TV movie. That same year, she co-foundeda national training program, based on 10 Golden Rules ThatGuide Loving Families, to train parents how to becomementors to their own children.With Rapid Evolution, Alexia Parks once again acts as abridge. This time she guides readers on a powerful,self-healing journey to the world of the New Humans, whereevolution is a conscious choice, and saving the world, istheir mission.For more than 25 years, the writing and work of Alexia Parkshas served as a bridge between innovation and culture. Anearly article, titled A Landscape of Nuclear Tombstones,was selected as one of the Top 10 Best Censored Stories of1976, and prompted an invitation by the government toWashington D.C. to represent public opinion on nuclearenergy.As a nationally syndicated columnist, she also wrote for thenational desk of The Washington Post. Her writing became thebasis for a number of conferences including The Tarrytown100, which brought together 100 of the most innovative CEOsand senior executives in the U.S. in terms of new ways to dobusiness. She published some of their innovative ideas inVISION USA, a magazine insert planned for the top 10newspapers in the U.S. The magazine was picked up by Time,Inc. for a greenhouse project. In NYC, she later served asDirector of Communications for a trade associationrepresenting 100 major metropolitan daily newspapers aroundthe U.S. Her publication, The Contact Sheet, linked smallbusiness innovations to the national news media.In 1995, she turned her attention turned to the Internet.Newsweek magazine called her one of 50 people who mattermost on the Internet, for her pioneering work in electronicdemocracy and on-line voting. In 2000, she published anexpose of behavior modification schools, called An AmericanGULAG, based on a true-life story. The book won her a teenhero award and steady coverage by the news media for herwork to protect the civil and human rights of teens. It wasalso picked up as a TV movie. That same year, she co-foundeda national training program, based on 10 Golden Rules ThatGuide Loving Families, to train parents how to becomementors to their own children.