Sherry A. Marts

Sherry A. Marts
The Book of How
The Book of How is the instruction manual you have waited for your entire life. Dana and Marts have answered the single question that other self-awareness books typically fail to answer. That question is, How? When you know how you end up where you don’t want to be, and how to get where you want to go, then you can get off any rutted dead end road that stops you. The Book of How provides clear specific instructions how to find – or even build – a new road. Discover how the operating systems of your mind generate your experience. Get the tools you need to transform beliefs, emotions, and behaviors that keep you from having the deeper happiness and life you desire. Learn how to awaken your creativity and wisdom, and to become more intelligently connected to your fellow human beings and the natural world.
The Book of How
Washington, DC
Sherry A. Marts, Ph.D., CEO of S*Marts Consulting LLC, is a former association CEO with a wide-ranging background in biomedical research, regulatory affairs, nonprofit management, public education, and research advocacy. . She provides expert consulting and leadership development services to nonprofits and academic institutions. She also offers executive and career coaching with an emphasis on career and leadership development for women in academia, nonprofit management, and STEM professions. Dr. Marts is a skilled workshop leader, facilitator, writer, and speaker with a lively personality and a wicked sense of humor.

Dr. Marts is co-author (with Raven Dana) of The Book of How: Answers to Life’s Most Important Question.

Dr. Marts received her B.Sc. (Hons.) in Applied Biology from the University of Hertfordshire, and her Ph.D. in Physiology from Duke University.
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