Young African-American CEO Authors New Book Entitled "How To Think Big...When You're Small"

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24-year-old Dante Lee's new publication will hit bookstores nationwide in September 2005.

Motivation, inspiration, insight and plain ole common sense are all featured in Dante Lee's new book to be released in September 2005.

The book, How To Think Big...When You're Small, offers a comprehensive set of 24 keys to success in life and business.

Lee is the CEO and president of Diversity City Media, a very successful multicultural marketing and public relations firm based in Long Beach, CA. With annual billings of about $500,000 - and clients like Verizon, McDonald's, NASCAR, BET, and Heineken - he has proven that a small person can change the world.

In 2002, Lee graduated from Bowie State University with a Bachelors degree in Computer Science, and was the only person in the school's 100-year history to graduate from a 4-year program in three years. While in college, he also interned as a computer programmer at NASA and FDIC.

Nowadays - in addition to heading Diversity City Media, Lee is also a founding partner of Beasley Creations (, an innovative sporting goods company that is known for their invention of table golf.

"We are all small," Lee says, "but by thinking big -- we change the world. It has been done before, and it can be done again -- This time by you."

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