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Gail Davis
The Lost Years
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Gail Davis
Growth...what comes to your mind when you hear the word growth? 
Every CEO or President wishes their company would grow, become more profitable and thrive, but Gail Davis cautions that growth should be strategic - whether in your business or your personal goals.  
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GDA Exclusive Kristina Wandzilak's New Show Begins on TLC Tomorrow
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Kristina co-authored The Lost Years with her mother, Constance Curry, in 2006 and they have wowed audiences for the past two years. The Lost Years is a true life story of addiction, recovery and redemption.  It reveals the brutal details of what can happen to an ordinary family and how they triumphed over adversity with Kristina's descent into alcohol and drug addiction, and her mother's attempts to rescue her while protecting herself and her other children.

Written as a dual narrative, mother and daughter give their personal accounts of the years lost to addiction and how tough love, intervention and rehabilitation eventually saved their entire family. Kristina now works in the treatment of addiction as an expert interventionist and Constance shares her hope and recovery with families in Al-Anon meetings, their community and events across the country. Kristina's new show Addicted premiers March 17 (tomorrow) at 10/9c on TLC.
Ankit Fadia "The David Copperfield of Computer Security and NYT Bestselling Author"

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Wondering how to keep your Hotmail account protected? Want to block someone on Facebook? MTV India has got Ankit Fadia - the coolest Ethical Hacker in the world to give you everything from tips, tricks to cheat codes that will help make your life on the world wide web a whole lot simpler and safer.
As the host of MTV's new show "What The Hack!," Ankit is widely recognized as a Computer Security Expert and Cyber Terrorism guru. He's only 24 and has written 14 bestselling books, delivered more than 1000 talks in 25 countries, received 45 awards, has trained more than 20,000 and much more. At age 10, Ankit's parents gave him his first computer and by age 16 he was working with a classified intelligence agency to crack and encrypted email sent by the Al-Qaeda terrorist network.
Nando Parrado "Survivor of the Andes"
GDA is proud to announce that a new documentary, I Am Alive: Nando Parrado's Story, will be finished at the end of this summer. Check back with GDA for more details about the release date. In the meantime, read a blog about the new documentary from the creator and owner of AMS Pictures, Andy Streitfeld.