Tony Anders spent many years in the beauty industry listening to people's stories. He traveled performed on stage and became a regular on local television. In 2006 he became one of the most published stylists in his profession.
However certain life changing events, and a change in perspective caused him to shift his passion from working with others on what was happening to them on the outside, to what was happening on their inside.
His ability to connect with many people, quick wit, and compassion allow his stories to be warm, uplifitng, and entertaining.
His writing has been said to parallel that of Robert Fulghum - from "All I needed to know I learned in kindergarten" fame. His inspirations come from the likes of Dr. Wayne Dyer, Echart Tolle, Debbie Ford, Deepak Chopra, and HH The Dalai Lama to name only a select few.
Starting as an avid blogger with regular postings to: http://artisanofthehumanspirit.blogspot.com/ he shares insight and perspective reflecting his views that life's most enduring and valuable lessons come in obscure context, but how we are best prepared to receive them.
His eponymous book - "Artisan of the Human Spirit" presents essays that support and reflect upon his sentiment that: "In life, not every classroom has a desk, nor every church a steeple."