How to Develop Your Personal Mission Statement: Stephen R. Covey: REVIEW: I am no youngster. Reading this book after living a life of significance confirmed that the choices made, the principles subscribed to, made me a happy and fulfilled person. 7 Habits of Highly Effective People formed the base of my MBA Studies many years ago and has been part of my life ever since. Thank you Stephen R. Covey - you opened my eyes to the magic of being human.
The Mis-Education of the Negro: Carter Godwin Woodson: 9781612930206: I read this book in 1992 for a Black Studies program while attending SUNY New Paltz. Woodson's knowledge is as poignant today as it was in the 30's when he originally wrote the material. It is one book that post-reading, the reader comes away with a totally different perspective of Black thought. I highly recommend this book to every American, but especially to scholars interested in the
Letters to an Incarcerated Brother: Encouragement, Hope, and Healing for Inmates and Their Loved Ones: Hill Harper: I don't have the words to express my appreciation for what Hill Harper does in this book. Not only can it be a lifeline for a person who is incarcerated, but it can provide guidance to any young person who is looking for order and meaning in his life.
#blackhistory #Book: Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass (Dover Thrift Editions): Frederick Douglass: This is an excellent narrative from a slave of the highest acumen. This books details the oppression that Douglass went through before he finally escaped to freedom. Douglass wrote several autobiographies, but this is the most read. This narrative is in a genre that was popular with abolitionists in the pre-war north.