Michael Everett is originally from British Columbia, but currently lives in Florida. He speaks and writes on economic and personal recovery.
Cendrine Marrouat: Hello Michael, it is great to have you. First, tell us a little more about you.
Michael Everett: Hi Cendrine! Thanks for your interest. My family emigrated from B.C. to Northern California in 1981 when I was in the 7th grade. Therefore, I am perfectly confused with regards to the metric and imperial systems. I can’t differentiate a liter from an inch.
I majored in communications at U.C. Santa Barbara, traveled the world for ten years, living in places such as Milan, Tokyo, New York and Paris and finally settled in Miami, where I met my wife on a blind date that was set up by her sister. We now have two great kids and live in coastal Central Florida close to where the rockets take off at Cape Canaveral. My wife Heather is an accomplished painter, so our lives straddle the line between Yuppie and Bohemian. I “dabbled” in writing for many years before dedicating myself fully in January of 2010. “Recessions End” is my first full-length published work.
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