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While Michael Stabeno has had several careers, this is his first book. An American, he attended Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada on a football scholarship and was also a founding member of that school's highly respected wrestling program. He graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree. A former United States Naval Officer, he served in a variety of billets including Operational Test Director for the Tomahawk Cruise Missile Weapon System. After leaving active service, he enjoyed a career in Human Resource Management with several multi-national corporations or their subsidiaries. These included Lockheed, Sulzer (Swiss), Philips (Dutch), and Siemens (German). It was during this period that he became active coaching his son's youth teams and later with high school and university wrestlers. It was through the diagnosis of both of his sons (and later himself) that he became aware of ADHD and how it affects athletes at all levels. Frustrated with the lack of information available on ADHD affected athletes, he wrote this book by drawing from his unique life experiences with athletics, military, human resources, and international business. He and his wife Karen (a former member of the Canadian National Track team) live in Beaverton, Oregon. Both of their sons attend universities in Canada.