Success for the Rest of Us: Using Your Current Education and Skills to Start a Business (Constance ReGena Smith) – Editor

“This book is for the person who is praying for a glimmer of hope. The person who has grit and vision to fight for their piece of a good life. The person who has the resilience to not let hardship or hard work take them out of the game of life. The person who digs deep for the well-being of their family and to live a life of integrity. You won’t be the first; you will be among some great people, such as Thomas Edison and Henry Ford—neither of whom finished high school. Maybe you haven’t gone to college but you have some skill(s) that could be of service to the public. Maybe you’ve been laid off from your job or you’re right out of high school and don’t know what you want to do next. Begin wherever you are in life. Right now is possibly the best time for you. I don’t believe in coincidences. I believe there’s a reason you picked up this book at this time. Don’t let anything that someone else thinks or says stop you from taking control of YOUR LIFE. Regardless of how young or old you are, you ARE ready. You CAN do great things now. It’s better to start and have some growing experiences than to wait too long and not know how great you could have been. You may or may not become a millionaire. If you feel like I feel, being rich isn’t what matters at this very moment. You just want to feel empowered. You want something to take off because you want to provide for yourself and not have to look to anyone else for your basic human needs and a few of your wants. Being capable of taking care of yourself and your family is your greatest achievement. To me, that IS success.May you be inspired and find YOUR path so you can start your journey walking in dignity and live a life of satisfaction and abundance.”

Available at https://www.amazon.com/Success-Rest-Us-Education-Business/dp/1949402118.

You can also visit Constance at https://successfortherestofus.net/.

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