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by Gideon Mutai
This is a self-help book that will be a guidepost in your path to ultimate success. I am sure in one way or another the concept of this book affects you. The Optimist’s Creed will motivate you to work on magnifying your strengths and diminishing your weaknesses. Everyone is not devoid of any but the realization of both is the beginning of success. It is where people give up in life that they should have persisted on a little longer and success would have been theirs
Choose Now …
In The Power of Choice, author John Abdub Wako presents a ten-point holistic, principle-centered approach for individual success. He points out that we make the CHOICE to succeed or fail, and this he reveals through insights drawn from his experiences and pointed anecdotes.
John states that the power of positive thinking, determination, and desire, combined with the power of NOW, when focused well, enhances confidence in what we are doing and aiming to achieve. However, we need to have patience and consistency in networking with other people who play a key role in our journey to success, but we should have the courage to say no to what won’t contribute to our success and be steadfast in the YES of what we undertake.
by Boniface Sagini
Going through life is trudging through the possibilities of pain and bliss, of hurt and mirth, of thrills and chills. This book talks about eking life. How the woes of life can be trumped is the crux of it. It’s a gentle reminder of how truly amazing life it as those times we are hitting a rough patch, when the oomph and enthusiasm is ebbing away. It is not just a book; it is a gorgeous muse abounding with good vibes, lifting words of cheer, true life stories, anecdotes, hard facts of life and inspiring quotes to buoy up your spirit on a cloudy day. The writer has weaved together themes of pain, hope, girt, success, speaking out and just how upward social comparison can be unhealthy for life.
The dead can’t rest in peace. The living are in danger. And one man’s run has begun.
When Kennedy Paul Maina runs away from home, robbing the dead and crime becomes his life at the university where to survive he has to do what he must … and façade is a beautiful thing.
He runs from the police as a criminal, runs from assassins, and ultimately runs from himself. Worse, the vengeance-ridden leader of the criminal gang he left is after him—he wants to make Ken’s life a living hell.