LYNN AUSTIN Lynn Bonner Austin, MBA, professor and managing director at Austin Group Consulting. Her published books include The BOM: Betting on Me; Press Interview Fundamentals: Techniques for Mastering Interviews; 12 Step Approach to Sponsorship: The Step-by-Step Guide to Acquiring Sponsorships and Maintaining Relationships. She adopted Newman and quickly realized that despite the hardships he endured having survived Taiwan's meat-trade industry, and circumstances that challenged his ability to trust, he maintains the best happy-go-lucky disposition imaginable. Lynn strives to guide, motivate and inspire transformation and understanding in the lives of others along the path to living her purpose. Lynn is a 2017 Humanitarian Award recipient, enjoys riding motorcycles, hiking, reading, traveling and spending time with Newman, family and friends.
"The Newman Tales Vol. 1 shares the original journey of Newman, a Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier, rescued from the meat-industry in Taiwan and saved from euthanasia at the Humane Society. Despite what life has thrown his way, Newman Lives with the mantra: "When things seem really bad, beautiful things still happen."
The Newman Tales, Vol 2: Singing in Liquid Sunshine, continues to share, the adventures of Newman, a Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier, rescued from the Taiwan meat industry, who looks on rainy days as Liquid Sunshine, because despite what life has thrown his way, Newman lives with the mantra: "when things seem really bad, beautiful things still happen.”
The Newman Tales share the adventures of Newman, the twice rescued soft coated wheaten terrier. Newman, despite tragic and traumatic events in his life, has found his fur-ever home in sunny Arizona. His happy-go-lucky approach to new adventures is captured in The Newman Tales. In Vol. 3 – Never Judge a Book – My Fur-ever Friends, Newman shares about meeting and prematurely judging pups he met in the neighborhood. After getting to know them, however, they become Fur-ever Friends, going on daily walks and playing with each other. In this adventure Newman shares the lesson and risk of judging others before getting to know them.