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Includes FREE PDF TLADJ workbook.
If your life were a party, how many would RSVP? You only live once. Will your one party become a party of one? THINK LIKE A DJ: 7 Steps To Spin Poverty Into Prosperity poses these questions and helps you uncover newfound answers.
This transformational self-help book introduces you to a proven 7 step personal success formula, outlining how you can create harmony in your own life, ultimately rocking your life-party! This mindset blueprint is a detailed roadmap for all who are yearning to move from poverty to prosperity. Written with people of color, the LGBTQIA+ community, and women leaders in mind, this book serves as a pillar of support for emerging voices and emerging communities.
Read THINK LIKE A DJ and find out how a kid from a single-parent home became a first-generation college admit at just 16-years-old. More importantly, prepare to embark on a personal journey as you actively participate in writing parts of your own story inside. This book will help you find balance as you reach for the next level. The world turns, like a table, read #TLADJ and learn how to set your baseline, while equalizing your highs and lows and make life dance for you! You’re the DJ, and your life is a party.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Martinez White, Emmy Award recipient, founding member of the Wisconsin Association of Black Men and CEO of Intuition Productions, upholds the belief that “Dreams Are Made To Be Achieved™”. As a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., White’s mission is to empower one billion people to join his Dream Circle by self-actualizing their dreams & living their most abundant destiny.
Living in Mombasa, Kenya and volunteering at Alicia Keys’ Keep A Child Alive campaign’s BOMU Medical Center, fighting the HIV/AIDS pandemic forever changed White’s world perspective. As a licensed investment advisor, White teaches clients how to create intergenerational financial freedom, regardless of socioeconomic class. He believes artrepreneurship, the monetization of artistic gifts, is the best defense against institutionalized racism.
Based on this belief, at just sixteen years old, White emerged from a single-parent home of six children in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Against all odds, White earned his Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts and Afro-American Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as a PEOPLE and Chancellor’s Scholar at a mere twenty years old. A DJ, filmmaker, and author, White inspires us all through the power of his unparalleled style of multimedia storytelling. “If You Want It Done Right, Get M. White.”