Adrian S. Windsor, Ph.D.
Adrian Windsor holds a B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in English Language and Literature from the University of Michigan. An educator and a business woman who heads her own company, Dr. Windsor is the author of Get Off the Hamster Wheel and Seven Tools to Transform Genius into Practical Power. Her life path has required abrupt changes in navigation, acquisition of new skills, revisions in thinking , and perpetual reinvention. She shares the teachers she has discovered, the lessons she has learned and the tools she has adopted to master the challenge of change in life, work, and relationships.
Dr. Windsor has served on the faculties of Colorado Women’s College and The University of Colorado at Boulder. She currently teaches online courses for Coastline Community College: The Humanities through the Arts and American Cinema/American Culture. Many of her students are in the military, deployed all over the world. For nine years, she served as the Program Director of the Inside Edge Foundation for Education, booking a speaker a week for Wednesday morning meetings at the University Club of the University of California, Irvine.
Her business experience is diverse as a stock broker, commodities broker, and real estate broker with the designation: Certified International Property Specialist. She is President of McGregor Wood, LLC. Her work includes Life and Business Coaching. and motivational speaking. For community service, Adrian Windsor is on the Board of Directors of the Newport Beach Public Library Foundation and the University of Michigan Orange County Alumni Association. She chairs the Michigan Professionals business network.
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Get Off the Hamster Wheel: The New Moon Method to Reset, Reboot and Replant
by Adrian S. Windsor, Ph.D.
Dr. Windsor examines what is keeping us on the wheel, drawing freely upon her personal touchstones from fiction and poetry and her experiences. She confirms her faith that there is a perfect pattern for our experience; that human beings, though frail, susceptible, selfish, and greedy, have an enormous resilience and intuitive impulse toward good; that we can re-invent ourselves and our life.
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