George R. Marshall, born in London, England, has worked as a newspaper delivery boy, a farm hand, a truck driver, a draftsman, an insurance underwriter, a shoe salesman, a teaching assistant and researcher, a producer of children's records, and a ski instructor.
After completing his Ph. D.. in Psychology from New York University, he held professorships in departments of psychology, management and computer science in various universities in Canada and the United States.|
He has authored three previous books (all published by Prentice-Hall) on the application of information technology to problem analysis and communication and a book of children's poetry entitled This Bus is Stuffed to the Brim. His latest book is entitled From a World of Madness to a World of Sanity: Guides for Action. He was the Chairman and Founder of Clear Picture Corporation until retirement in 2001. He now lives on a small farm in Nova Scotia.
George has been a student of Shambhala and Tibetan Buddhism for three decades. His two married children, both visual artists, and their spouses and one grandchild live in Holland.