Ama Onyerinma presents new book, ‘Success Don’t Fail’

Ama Onyerinma presents new book, ‘Success Don’t Fail’

Thursday, February 25, 2016 9:57 pm

Dr. Ama Onyerinma

Dr. Ama Onyerinma

Funsho Arogundade

Nigerian-born United States-based educationist and life coach, Dr. Ama Onyerinma has released a new inspiring book, ‘Success Don’t Fail’.

The new book, launched recently at a private ceremony held at the Red Door Art Gallery, Victoria Island, Lagos, according to the author, is a “priceless, provocative life-enriching tool kit to support people with navigating the intricate complexities of human existence.”

The author noted that the book highlights the essence of being and the pursuit of a personal mission as an integral part of living an exuberant and fulfilling life. She believes the stability to traverse the human experience lies in understanding self.

“Success is wealth within your soul. This book emphasises making mindful choices and accepting the reality of unexpected life forces which cause shift in our lives,” explained the author best known as Dr. Ama.

The book, “Successes Don’t Fail” has uniquely titled chapters; Peeling the Onion, Taking Charge of Fear and Silencing Doubt, Investing In SELF, Falling Petals and A New Branch.
“These will captivate the reader into seeking the answers to how to live daily with happiness and success regardless of the universal forces beyond his/her control,” she said.

Dr. Ama is also a strategist, advocate and visionary. She is the creator of the “Live Abundantly” brand which encourages people to live better lives – mentally, emotionally, physically, spiritually, professionally, personally and financially.

The Live Abundantly!® philosophy, which encompasses her educational, ethnographic and coaching training, focuses on an awareness of who you are and embracing all the aspects of your BEING with genuineness, determination, focus and diligence whilst taking personal responsibility for your happiness and success.

The book launch had as keynote speaker, popular life coach Lanre Olusola, who described the book as “a wisdom nugget on how to live a better life.” While Mrs. Tolulope Sadipe reviewed the book.

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