Janet M. Nast, the author of Shifting to the Business of Life, A Survival Guide for Young Adults joins Enterprise Radio. You will enjoy her candid approach and message to the every day events of life and how this will help young adults.
- Why did you write this book?
- How about a quick overview of the book.
- What qualifies you to write this book?
- What was the one lesson in your life that you learned the hard way?
- What would be the one most important take-away your readers should get from this book?
Origins: Janet M. Nast is originally from Las Vegas, Nevada. She spent her formative years from 7-17 in a few small farming communities in Michigan, and then relocated to Southern California as a young adult.
Professional: Over 30 years Janet has become a skilled presenter as an IT Trainer and Documentation Specialist, the last 17 of which she has spent with the Ken Blanchard Companies.
Books: Her first book, You Can’t Love Your Children Too Much, A Single Mom’s Thoughts on Raising Kids, was published (on a dare, with the blessing of her family and the encouragement of Ken Blanchard) on her birthday in 2005. Janet’s second publication, Shifting to the Business of Life, A Survival Guide for Young Adults, was published in March of this year. Both books were inspired by her two kids, Jennifer and Alan.
Hobbies: To keep up to date with the business of writing, Janet is a member of Publishers and Writers of San Diego (PWSD). In addition to writing, she loves to read, shop, sew, and is an inveterate advice-giver.
Family: She’s the proud mother of two young, non-boomerang adults, and grandmother of two beautiful children. Janet and her husband, Tom, now live somewhat quietly with their two cats, Mittens and Bullet.