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Inspiration shared at book launch soon to role out into regions

You can now catch the Winning Season team at a town near you!

If you have missed the launch of the Winning Season: The power of small wins, you can catch the crew at Radicle Books tomorrow at its book discussion.

Having officially launched this year, Winning Season: the power of small wins book launch took place at Avani Hotel at an intimate gathering in the presence of friends and family. The first time author and his guest speakers consisting of socialites and doctors touched on the various chapters of the book. The book that is locally produced and printed is a 14 chapters self-help cookbook for both young and old that is based on personal experience and that of his surroundings.

Speaking at the launch, the author said that despite the financial challenges that his team experienced, at the end of the day it is all about moving on and learning from obstacles.


“This is platform for me to express myself, ” he said.
The Winning Season team will be taking the book for it’s second launch at Rundu on 20 December.

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