Jo Condrill is an Amazon.com Best Selling Author, mentor and professional speaker. She is the founder of GoalMinds, Inc. which received the Department of Commerce, U.S. Commercial Service Export Achievement Certificate for "Accomplishments in the Global Marketplace." Jo is the host and producer of the Expanding Horizons podcast show which features interviews with real people of all ages from all over the world. These people have struggled to overcome obstacles and build their confidence. In this capacity, she was introduced to several immigrants and those interviews led to the creation of the exciting new book, Immigrants Coming to America. Realizing that she needed a mini course in immigration law, she interviewed two esteemed professors of immigration law, Lee J. Terán, J.D. and Erica B. Schommer, J.D., and shared their wisdom in the book. Paul E. White, an International Affairs Consultant, provided a thought-provoking Foreword in the book. Jo served nine years on the Department of the Army Staff in the Pentagon. Her service was recognized by the Secretary of the Army Togo D. West when he awarded her The Decoration for Exceptional Civilian Service, the highest award the Army presents to a civilian employee. Jo is a co-author of Book 10 of THE CHANGE: Insights into Self-Empowerment and co-author with Bennie Bough, Ph.D. of 101 Ways to Improve Your Communication Skills Instantly which was translated and sold by publishers in 12 different countries. She is the author of A Millennium Primer: Take Charge of Your Life; The Mastermind Alliance: Relationships That Can Make You Money; Take Charge of Your Life: Dare to Pursue Your Dreams; and From Book Signing to Best Seller: An Insider's Guide to Conducting a Successful Low-Cost Book-Signing Tour. She participated in recording Napoleon Hill's 17 Principles of Success, The Mastermind Alliance, for the Napoleon Hill Foundation and Nightingale-Conant Corporation Jo was honored by the Ford Motor Company with the "Tribute to Business Women Leaders", presented by the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. She had the distinction of leading a group of 3,000 members in a Washington, DC, district of Toastmasters International to rank number one in the world in 1992. Jo is the proud mother of four adult children.