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The 4 Ps: How these Four Pillars of Success…

The 4 Ps: How these Four Pillars of Success Will Change Your Life

by Danel Homméus

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 148403533X, Paperback)

In The 4 Ps, Danel Homméus uses his life-changing experience during the 2010 earthquake in Haiti to positively impact people’s hearts and minds. His commitment to helping readers turn obstacles into opportunities leaps off of every inspiring page.

The guide launches with a heartfelt message, conveying the author’s desire to empower the reader to achieve her or his dreams through the four pillars: passion, programming, patience, and perseverance. There is no quick and easy path, but if one lives by these principles, success is possible.

In his conversational and compassionate voice, Homméus illuminates each pillar, using personal success stories as well as case studies of world famous individuals, such as musical artist Justin Bieber and twenty-two-time Olympic medalist swimmer Michael Phelps. He also includes the wisdom of prominent leaders and thinkers, to help inspire and motivate the reader to take risks and be original.

The guide closes with the inspirational story of Toussaint Louverture, who climbed from the depths of slavery to eventually lead Haiti to independence in 1804.

This follow-up to the author’s first book, 101+ Self-Help Quotes to Grow Rich in Quotes, is a unique addition to any success-driven individual’s library.

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