Thomas Ventimiglia Releases QUEST FOR YOUR EMPOWERED SELF
Over the course of his extensive counseling and television production career, Thomas Ventimiglia teaches students and viewers how to boost their self-esteem and succeed in their environment. His television series, "Quest for the Empowered Self," won a Telly Award for excellence in educational television in 2005.
Ventimiglia's new workbook, "Quest for your Empowered Self: Life Skills to Help You Live, Thrive, and Produce Like Never Before" (published by WestBow Press), arms readers with the tools to create a successful life.
"Quest for your Empowered Self" is divided into eight chapters. Each chapter is then broken up into seven lessons, one for each day of the week. By the end of the book, readers will have practiced and mastered 168 life skills exercises that will help them prepare for the challenges they face.
Ventimiglia's exercises guide readers as they discover their identity, direction and purpose, and his proven methods of stress management offer a practical strategy to help readers achieve success.
"Many people are either suffering or struggling with anxiety, depression, their marriage, their career and their health in today's modern society," Ventimiglia writes. "The book addresses these areas so one can increase their competencies/skills to turn their life for the better and love who they are."
About the Author
Thomas Ventimiglia, founder of Inner Growth Seminars, holds a bachelor's degree in business administration and two master's degrees, one in counseling and a second in higher education. He counsels college students and teaches his own achievement principles in personal growth courses for over 24 years at community colleges. His "Quest for the Empowered Self" television program won a Telly Award in 2005.
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