Biography Of David Cameron Gikandi
David Cameron Gikandi - who wrote the manifesto that is the centerpiece of this website - is a man of the world, literally. He was born in Kenya and had his education in several parts of the world.
His credentials include a major in International Business at Jacksonville University in Florida, USA from 1995 to 1997 and at University of Western Sydney in Sydney, Australia in 1996.
In 2002, he got his Information Technology course (minor in Web Development) at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia.
With such educational background, an obvious path to take is establishing his own business, which he did by putting up an Internet marketing company called Images Of One, currently based in Broadbeach, Queensland, Australia.
Gikandi’s business school knowledge and enterprising practical applications are his driving force in achieving success in whatever ventures he sets his sights on. He credits learning marketing techniques from the likes of Mike Filsaim, Rich Schefren and Corey Rudle whom he describes as “great marketers.”
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Even with his own business already in place and a busy work schedule, Gikandi is not the type who would just sit on his laurels and let the world pass him by (although he surely knows how to enjoy life). With natural love for learning, he continues to dip his hands into a lot of things even those that are not exactly expected of him to do, like getting involved in film, on the screenwriting and production part.
David Cameron Gikandi was a creative consultant on “The Secret,” a 2006 bestselling film documentary based on Rhonda Byrne’s book of the same title.
He himself is an author of many books including A Happy Pocket Full of Money, a self-development book which features a step-by-step approach about attracting wealth, abundance and happiness.
He lists Deepak Chopra books as part of his favorites and looks up to Nelson Mandela, Cleopatra, Buddha, Mother Teresa, and Gandhi as his heros.
He also writes for the web mostly on topics about empowering “everyday” people and helping them realize their full potentials to achieve the life of their dreams.