Rekindling the American Dream

The purpose of this short book is to help restore hope in those that have lost some or all of it in recent years. Included is a series of insights, along with some anecdotal stories and examples of people who have prospered, had a setback and recovered better than ever. A great read for all ages including recent grads. More

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About mark fierle

Upon graduating from Gannon University in Erie, PA, he worked in management of finance areas for two fortune five hundred companies and two international companies.

After a number of years and after being promoted and transferred to the West Coast, he joined a large international firm that was attempting to make its presence known in the USA. He was one of two Americans on the management team.

Next came a large privately-owned service company starting as Administrative Assistant, V.P. Administration and later on President and eventually Chairman of the Board.

After the company was sold, the field of executive search got his interest. Soon he started his own search firm and began writing free-lance articles on career issues for a division of the Wall Street Journal and speaking to networking groups and graduate-level classes as a guest speaker. He continues to consult with organizations with career issues.

Over the years, one of his long time interests has been gardening. A few years ago he applied and was accepted into the University of California Master Gardener Program. This certified volunteer-based organization helps the citizens of our county with gardening and horticultural issues. Along the way, he found an area of great interest, vegetable gardening, specifically Square Foot Gardening. Today he is also a certified Square Foot Gardener, speaker and trainer. As well, he speaks on master gardening issues, does workshops across the West, and on a limited basis around the world. He can be reached at

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