Success Strategies for African-Americans: A Guide to Creating Personal and Professional Achievement

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Plume, 1998 - Self-Help - 302 pages
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In the tradition of Stephen R. Covey, Napoleon Hill, and Dennie Kimbro comes a rich sourcebook of motivational strategies for attaining personal and professional goals

This inspiring book provides expert guidance for those seeking to realize their dreams while balancing their personal and professional lives. Using interviews, self-tests, and individualized worksheets, Success Strageties for African-American encourages readers to determine their own goals while focusing on a dozen core strategies for success in all aspects of life, including:
-- Thinking big, dreaming large
-- Boosting self-esteem
-- Letting go of fear
-- Developing "prosperity thinking"
-- Affirming your success, and
-- Giving back to the community

The book includes the inspirational stories of more than 50 prominent African Americans -- from editor Susan Taylor to actress Ruby Dee to media executive Robert Johnson -- who share their secrets for success:

Packed with practical tips, inspirational anecdotes and positive affirmations, this book enables readers to discover the best motivational tools to enhance body, mind, and soul.

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Boost Your Selfesteem
Think Big Dream Large
Set Your Goals

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Nivens is a consultant and motivational speaker.

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