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About the Author: C. Patrick Cliver

He is a single dad living in the exurbs of Atlanta Georgia in the USA. He has two sons, one a teen and the other a tween. The eldest has Asperger Syndrome and the youngest one is intellectually gifted.

He is also an expert in adult motivational techniques and incentive program design. He has worked with some of the largest companies in the world to design positive reinforcement programs to motivate customers, suppliers, and employees to perform specific behaviors.


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