Episode 6.7 featuring Allan Knight and Sarah Van Gelder
December 2nd, 2016
Allan Knight is a former Zen Monk turned Communication and Personal Development expert. He has over 25 years of experience coaching and training people to transform their communication by empowering themselves. He has a Master’s degree in Education from McGill University, and has created a 9 step formula for entrepreneurs called Connect with Power. He is also the authorof a book called A Knight Without Armor and is founder of The Soulmate Revolution.
Mr. Knight has turned his mastery of self into several human-reinvention systems and programs drawn from and based on his life’s work. His work is to share his abundant wealth of knowledge and people-skills with the world to enhance everyone’s life he encounters.
You can find our more about this amazing gentleman through the links below. He even goes so far as to offer a FREE personal coaching session at his home website, AllanKnight.com. Do yourselves a favor and CLICK THESE LINKS…
Website – http://www.allanknight.com/
Website – http://www.connectwithpower.com/
Website – http://www.soulmaterevolution.com/
Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/verbalfitness
Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/knightalk
YouTube – http://www.youtube.com/knightalk
Sarah van Gelder is co-founder and editor at large of YES! She has just completed a book based off on her road trip: The Revolution Where You Live: Stories from a 12,000 Mile Journey Through a New America.
Sarah writes a column and conducts interviews for YES! Magazine, and speaks on leading-edge innovations that show that another world is not only possible, it is happening now. Topics include the new economy, climate solutions, alternatives to prisons, food, water, peacemaking, health care, happiness, and more.
Sarah co-founded Suquamish Olalla Neighbors, which builds bridges between Native and non-Native residents of the Port Madison Reservation. She co-led a statewide effort to return the home of Chief Seattle to the Suquamish Tribe and is a member of the board of directors of the tribally-chartered Suquamish Foundation.
Sarah has traveled in Latin America, India, China, and Central America. She was a founding board member of Winslow Cohousing, and previously was a television and radio producer, a community organizer, founder of a cooperative of food co-ops that linked organic farmers to urban markets. She has two young adult children.