When your teacher makes you join Twitter and tells you to write an article about 5 people you would follow on this social network… Said and done!
- Robin Sharma is one of the world’s premier speakers on Leadership and Personal Mastery. ‘The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari‘ is the 5th best selling book in the history of Israel. It has been on India’s Top 10 bestseller list for over 2 years. Robin’s books have been the fastest selling books in Turkish publishing history. His books have also been blockbusters in Japan, England, Dubai, Mexico, Singapore, Puerto Rico and throughout South America, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Serbia, Romania, Russia and Sweden. Robin’s runaway bestseller ‘The Leader Who Had No Title’ was the #1 Business book on amazon.com
- Stephen King is an American author of suspense, horror, sci-fi and fantasy books. He has been called the “Master of Horror”. His books have been translated into 33 different languages, published in over 35 different countries. There are over 300 million copies of his novels in publication. He continues to live in Bangor, Maine, with his wife and writes out of his home.
- Ellen DeGeneres is one of America’s most well-known comedians, also serving as a prominent gay/lesbian role model. Since the inception of her self-titled talk show, Ellen, the show has won a slew of Daytime Emmy and People’s Choice Awards. In 2003, DeGeneres lent her voice to the animated box office smash, Finding Nemo, in which she plays a friendly yet forgetful little blue fish named Dory. The next year she received two Emmy Award nominations for her stand-up comedy special Ellen DeGeneres: Here and Now. She is also the author of several books, including My Point … and I Do Have One (1995), Seriously … I’m Kidding (2011), and Home (2015).
- Emma Watson is the actress who got her breakthrough role as a child in the hugely successful Harry Potter film franchise. After committing to the series for a decade, Watson has transitioned into a popular adult model and actress, having appeared in the popular films The Perks of Being a Wallflower and My Week with Marilyn. She is also a humanitarian for women and young girls around the world, by being a UN ambassador.
- Cristian Lupșa is the editor of Decât o Revistă, a quarterly magazine covering the stories of modern day Romania. A native Transylvanian who didn’t turn out to be the doctor his family hoped he’d become, Cristian graduated from the University of Bucharest in 2003, and then, in 2005, earned an MA in Journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia. In 2009, two years after returning to Romania, Cristian and a group of rebellious journalists started DoR, a magazine predicated on the idea that good nonfiction storytelling can change people and communities.Since 2011, he oversees an international storytelling conference in Bucharest and also teaches journalists and other professionals.