At 30 years old, Kate Manser realized an important truth: Remembering that you might die tomorrow is the best inspiration to live today. After experiencing this radical shift in perspective, Kate quit her job at Google to build YOU MIGHT DIE TOMORROW, her movement to inspire people at every age to really live before they die. The movement has grown to a fanbase including an anonymous individual who spray-painted the logo on a building in Argentina, the person who hired Kate to speak to the employees of Facebook, and the thousands of people around the world who have the sticker on their cars, laptops, and bathroom mirrors.
She delivers workshops and light-your-inner-fire-to-live speeches around the world. She loves dark chocolate, sunny days, mashed potatoes, and most of all, being alive. You Might Die Tomorrow is Kate's debut book and, as long as she's still kicking, she has many more to come.
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