| WMU News
KALAMAZOO, Mich.—Free tickets are available for nationally recognized author and speaker Dan Miller during a stop at Western Michigan University Wednesday, Sept. 30, on campus.
He will speak at 4 p.m. at the Fetzer Center on "48 Days to the Work You Love" as part of the Custer Office Environment Lecture Series sponsored by the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Miller specializes in creative thinking for increased personal and business success including helping individuals redirect careers, evaluate new income sources and achieve balanced living.
Besides being the author of two books, "48 Days To The Work You Love" and "No More Mondays," Miller writes regularly for many popular magazines and Web portals, including CBN.com, Crosswalk.com, In Touch, AARP and Success magazines and the Zig Ziglar newsletter. He has been a guest on CBS' "The Early Show," MSNBC's "Hardball with Chris Matthews," 700 Club's "Living The Life" and the Fox Business News with "The Dave Ramsey Show."
He hosts a weekly podcast that is consistently ranked No. 1 under Careers on iTunes. Miller is also a frequent speaker and guest on popular radio venues like Moody Broadcasting, Crown Financial, "Janet Parshall’s America," American Family Radio, and "Prime Time Chicago." He also has an online community with more than 15,000 participants.
Tickets are free but reservations are suggested by contacting (269) 276-3245 or email@example.com.
Other Custer Series speakers
The other presentations in the series will take place at 4 p.m.
- Wednesday, Oct. 7, Curtis Shaneour Jr., WMU alumnus and president of the Shane Group, Parkview Room, D-132, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
- Wednesday, Nov. 4, Dennis Houseworth, WMU alumnus and president of U.S. Jack Company, Parkview Room, D-132, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
- Thursday, Dec. 3, Jia Jiang, author of "Rejection Proof: How I Beat Fear and Became Invincible Through 100 Days of Rejection," Fetzer Center
For more information, visit wmich.edu/engineer/news/custerlecture.
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