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Winning Season book launch announced

If you love indulging in books, don’t miss a chance to get this one!

If you are a book worm and are all about ending the year on a high note or kicking 2020 off on a high spirit then this is a place for you to be at. Having been announced earlier this year, Winning Season: The power of small wins the book will be launched at Avani Hotel on 30 November.

The self-help book that has 14 dedicated chapters to change your life for better is authored by a new kid on the block and medical doctor student Immanuel Musongo. The book has been praised and is anticipated by many who are eagerly awaiting to get their hands on it.

” I call it our book as it is for the young and old, an educational tool on how to win in life by looking at mindsets, interpersonal skills, and positive attitudes to mention a few and it goes a little bit deeper on issues such as strategies and mindsets of a winner. I refer to it as a cookbook that has ingredients for success and will help us aim for that win in life,” he says.

Get your ticket to the launch for N$ 50 not to miss out on this winners read launch!


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