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Career Coach Set To Launch His 1st Motivational Book

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“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”―Maya Angelou. Prince Jnr Sibanda has decided to let off the agony by writing his book, ‘Aiding Principles of Success’ which is a toolkit to your next level.

‘Aiding Principles of Success’ explores the rules and delivers a promise of success through a set of principles that will empower, transform and urge you to be better in life. It comes as a toolkit for those who are hungry for success and to be better in life. Prince is pouring his heart and shares his knowledge on how you can discover your purpose, pursue your career and achieve the success you desire. The book is set to challenge you on having self-belief, seeing a bigger picture of yourself, and achieving the success you desire.

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Speaking on his favourite part of book, Prince Sibanda said,

” It’s quite difficult to come up with what l call my favourite part of this book. But chapter 7, “THE LAW OF NATURE” speaks volumes in my life. It challenges me as an individual not to wait for success to come to me but for me to go for it. It states that there is no food for lazy man as Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “Do the thing and you will have the power”. It brings out the picture that success is possible and achievable. I can read this chapter several times and get energized and motivated”

Prince Sibanda is a certified life coach ( International Coaching and Mentoring Foundation) mostly acknowledged as the Prince of Coaching in career coaching. He is the founder of Career Empowerment Hub a platform created to connect with individuals, youths, young adults and schools to develop talents and empower people to believe in their dreams.

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He is also an award-winning realtor, ambitious entrepreneur and transformational speaker accredited to ignite hope within individuals. His Vision is to transform individuals’ success philosophy and insert self-belief in them and his Mission is to aid principles of success as he believes that success comes with discipline and principles.

Prince has taken on assignments and speaking engagements on various platforms across different continents. He is passionate about helping people to transform their potential into action and his coaching mantra is “Dream it, believe it and you can achieve it”.

Speaking to Motimagz, Prince had this to say on why he wrote the book and consider someone to read the book,

” I would say its more of a divine calling from God which came through the life experiences that l encountered in my life. They stirred up the passion to come up with the idea of a book. Having noticed that many youths and individuals are desperate for success in their careers, some people end up taking risks and doing crazy things in order to pursue success. The burning desire inside my heart to see many people succeeding in life made me gather all these success tips in the same place in order to empower someone. Someone should consider reading this book because it explores the rules and delivers a promise of success through principles that will empower, transform and motivate you on in life. “

Prince went on to air out his views on the rampant piracy and suggested solutions to the problem, ” Piracy is a thing which has made our industry difficult to work on and the situation is out of hand for us as authors to control. We are left with no option than to work hard individually to sell high volumes of our products. People who do piracy must be sued and arrested. But l believe the ministries which are responsible are coming up with strategies to reduce or avert piracy.”

BOOK LAUNCH

The book launch is going to be held on the 14th of March this year at Batanai Gardens in the Central Business District Cnr 1st & Jason Moyo @ 5: 30 pm to 7:30 pm.

The book will be available at Scripture Union bookshop located at 23 Selous Ave Harare & at Career Empowerment Hub located at 147 Borrowdale Rd, Gunhill Harare. Arrangements are still made to make the book available in surrounding cities and to be available as an e-book.

For more information, you can App/Call: +263 776 802 371

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