Don Schmincke's irreverent humor and unconventional methods provide a refreshing change to status-quo topics. What else would you expect from an MIT and Johns Hopkins researcher who was nearly arrested as a capitalist spy in the Soviet Bloc, got shot off an aircraft carrier, survived in the Kurdish capital as Iran took U.S. Embassy hostages, was the first white invited into an African Tsonga tribe, summitted 20,000 feet on the highest volcano before it blew up, and developed missile guidance systems while his frat brothers took Vegas (as seen in the movie “21”)?
Don is the author of "The Code of the Executive" and "High Altitude Leadership" and has been featured by CNN, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, MSNBC.com and more than 60 industry publications.
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