Cameron Powell is a writer, six-time tech startup entrepreneur, a psyche-hacking performance coach, a largely repentant lawyer, and a semi-pro karaokist with a yen for soul. Once upon a time, as a young lawyer, he was honored to say “Your honor, I represent the United States.” In early childhood pictures there is evidence of his German mother committing lederhosen. Cameron is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he was first in his class, and Harvard Law School, where he was in his class. Cameron has written a major book promoting human understanding of animal behavior, from Random House, as well as a moving memoir and biography of love and resilience, forgiveness and dying, called Ordinary Magic: Promises I Kept to My Mother Through Life, Illness, and a Very Long Walk, and a satirical novella, True History of the Camino de Santiago, that consistently ranks #1 on Amazon in the category of religious intolerance. Cameron has lived and worked with range as well: in Denver and Boulder, Austin, Portland, Seattle, Bend, New York City, Telluride, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C., where he now coaches startup founders and writes on talent, human potential, and political reform.