Here’s the front and back cover copy for my new book, Living True to Your Self.I’m very excited about it, as it was first conceived exactly one year ago this week, but didn’t get the “green light” from the universe and my muse until I landed here in Hainan, China. So, technically, it’s the book that has taken the longest for me to write! You might consider this the “prequel” to Turn Your Passion Into Profit, as it lays the foundation for the belief system that makes turning your passion into profit possible! It’s scheduled for paperback release on or about March 15, 2011, but as a visitor to my blog, you can get an advanced preview! See offer below!
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Yes we are frustrated at how slowly this society progresses towards those things that we fervently wish for it. I take comfort that we are progressing even if only in teeny tiny increments.
Hi George I know this is primarily about today and not the past but I just wanted to say that it was too important (to me) to not mention that the statement “It was Busta’s agitation that pushed the British government to grant Jamaicans adult suffrage in the mid-1940s” is honestly not grounded in fact. Busta resisted the push towards self government from the day the Jamaica Progressive League was formed to agitate for that in 1936. It was Norman Manley who eventually took the bridle in his hands and lobbied the Btr Govt from as early as 1938 when Britain sent the Moyne Commission to investigate the labour riots of 1938. It was he who started a political party to facilitate and ready the people for self-govt. Bustamante is on record for not supporting that idea until 1943. One year before adult suffrage. He only opted to buy into it when it was abundantly clear Ja was on its way to adult suffrage and with the support he had from Labour it was a huge victory at the polls for him.