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    Inspiring Kids To Persevere: Award Winning Inspirational Book Author Emeka Iwenofu Issues Statement

     
    A recent article KSFN–TV’s website related the story of Andres Anaya. Andres overcame staggering challenges to achieve success. He struggled in school and ended up working at a tire factory. A life altering accident at the factory, a broken back, landed him in the hospital. That experience helped him decide to become a doctor. He never looked back. He now hopes to encourage kids to pursue their dreams with everything they have.

    “This powerful story of Andres Anaya's strength and determination to overcome all obstacles and challenges,” Iwenofu stated, “is a constant reminder to us all that these are the values one has to have in order to become a success. His resolve, despite having deaf parents, struggling behind in school with problems reading, and enduring a life threatening back injury only to still persevere and achieve his dream, is a solid testimony of what true leaders and champions are made of. For anyone to succeed in life, one must first have a dream of where they want to go, which has to be solid and strong enough to withstand against any challenges, hardships, struggles, setbacks, and inconvenient circumstances that will get in their way on their journey to greatness. As Andres discovered, had it not been for his back injury, he may not have discovered a higher purpose in life to help serve people - through a hospital from which he is now a doctor. In other words, he took his adversity as a motivator to succeed rather than as an excuse to fail, from which anyone can take his story and realize that they too can succeed, provided they have an intense hunger for achieving something with faith they'll get it, all while staying the course.”

    In the tradition of his mentors, Og Mandino, Anthony Robbins, Napoleon Hill and Wayne Dyer, Emeka Iwenofu teaches young readers through inspirational books and engaging works of fiction how to achieve their life goals despite limitations or challenges.

    “Parents, grandparents, children and teachers will enjoy this inspirational book” Iwenofu continued, “because it is displayed in a story form - as an indirect guide to the reader on how they can achieve their goals regardless of their current situation that they, their family members or students are in. 'Francine's Miracle' demonstrates how anyone can still triumph to ultimate glory and greatness, regardless of their current status in life or in the classroom.”

    Emeka Iwenofu is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at jackiesmiracle@gmail.com. All of his works are available at most online book outlets including Amazon and Barnes and Noble. More information is available at the website.

    About Emeka Iwenofu:

    Emeka Iwenofu lives in Cleveland where he attended Cuyahoga Community College before transferring to Cleveland State University where he earned his degree in Accounting. He eventually found his true calling as a writer.

    He was inspired to write the three book series that he calls 'The Miracle Trilogy'.

    Since publishing Francine’s Miracle, Emeka has appeared on numerous radio stations, sharing his mission and sharing his message of positive thinking, spirituality and proven self help techniques with people all over the world. He was recently chosen as one of ’50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading’. His story is featured in the 2013 – 2014 edition of ’50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading’.

    Virtually all the material contained within his books are techniques he endorses and continues to model in his daily life as the fundamental principles needed for anyone to achieve success in life. He sincerely hopes that reader’s lives can be changed for the better, enriching both their lives and others around them.

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