Saturday, February 12, 2011
Posted by Jennifer Ehidiamen at 12:47 PM
In "Your Road Map For Success" John C. Maxwell corrects all the erroneous impression some of us have about what success should look like and opens us to basic principles we can apply and put in place in order to be successful. He says "Success is not a project. It is a journey."
Dive into this book to find out how to embark on the journey called success!
knowing your purpose in life,
growing to reach your maximum potential, and
sowing seeds that benefit others.
When do you start? NOW!
The picture of success isn't the same for any two people. We must take up responsibility and quit blaming the past for what has become of us. Sometimes, taking the first step is usually the most difficult or easy part of it, depending on how you position yourself.
I totally enjoyed reading this book! I recommend you buy a copy for yourself and your friends and/or loved ones. It is possible to be successful, it is possible to get there from where you are right now.
Posted by Jennifer Ehidiamen at 12:34 PM
Thursday, February 10, 2011
"In Preserve My Saltiness Jennifer addresses life's everyday experiences to our world's trends and shared challenges of the 21st century. Every poem embodies piercing insight and breathless passion. This is the work of a career poet." Jess Rimington, Spoken Word artist & Executive Director of One World Youth Project, USA.
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Posted by Jennifer Ehidiamen at 1:46 PM