Vish Chatterji, Author: Vish Chatterji is an accomplished business leader turned executive coach with a twenty-year business track record spanning multiple industries. In parallel, he has studied and practiced yoga, meditation, and Ayurveda (mind-body medicine). Vish coaches business leaders, enabling them to cultivate more of their greatness at work. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Northwestern University and a master’s of business administration from the University of Michigan. Vish is a certified executive coach, yoga teacher, meditation instructor, and Vedic counselor and is a publicly elected board director for the Beach Cities Health District in California. He is a married father of three and loves to garden, bicycle, and fix things around the house!
Yogrishi Vishvketu, Author: Yogrishi Vishvketu (Vishva-ji) holds a PhD in yogic science from Gurukula Kangri, the Sanskrit University of Haridwar. Vishva-ji is committed to offering holistic yoga workshops internationally and incorporating diverse aspects of yoga into his practice. He created the Akhanda Yoga system, meaning "whole and indivisible," and founded Anand Prakash Yoga Ashram in Rishikesh, India, where he lives and teaches six months of the year.
Hal Sperlich, Foreword: Hal Sperlich was the chief architect behind two of the most significant American cars ever built; the Ford Mustang and the Chrysler minivan. At Ford, he also led the development of Ford’s first FWD car, the Ford Fiesta, and the Fox and Panther platforms which were the basis for Ford’s mid and full size cars for nearly two decades. At Chrysler, he led the development of industry leading compact and mid sized FWD products and the industry’s first mini van, and led the advanced development of Chrysler’s full size FWD products and all new pickup trucks. Sperlich retired from Chrysler in 1988, having created an amazing array of legendary vehicles and continued on to be Chairman of Delco Remy International and Chairman and CEO of Pulte Homes. Sperlich was inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame in 2009.