Port Arthur, TX (Vocus) May 18, 2010
Rev. Charles Jones gives jobseekers a leg up as he presents his motivational self-help guide, Be A Self-Starter: Don’t Be A Cranking Machine, published through Xlibris. In his book, Rev. Jones expresses what he believes every person, not just jobseekers, must always strive for.
Be A Self-Starter packs practical and insightful advice on how to make it in the professional world. Taking from his father’s example and his own extensive work experience, Rev. Jones imparts important lessons on matters such as work ethics, time management, job performance, and production. As well, the reverend discusses the dividends of loving one’s job, learning how to work smart, and doing “what’s right” no matter how difficult that can become. But on top of such ideal virtues to abide by, Rev. Jones gives the highest value of being a self-starter, a quality he believes and has proven to take a person to greater heights and accomplishments.
Rev. Jones primarily addresses his wealth of advice to the industrial community, nevertheless, his book can be applied in any other job situation, as well as in fields outside the work environment such as the home, at church, and in university.
For more information, interested parties can log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
Reverend Charles H. Jones was born in Ellisville, Mississippi, in 1940. He received his elementary education in the Ellisville Public School System. He received his secondary education at Prentiss High School and received an Associates of Arts degree from Prentiss Institute Jr. College. Reverend Jones attended the Nazarene Bible College at Institute West Virginia. For forty-four years, Reverend Jones has worked in the Christian Ministry. He has been associated with several church denominations over these years.
Be A Self-Starter * by Rev. Charles H. Jones and Bernice Gradney
Don't Be A Cranking Machine
Publication Date: April 26, 2007
Trade Paperback; $8.50; 48 pages; 978-1-4257-5176-0
Trade Hardback; $18.00; 48 pages; 978-1-4257-5177-7
Members of the media who wish to review this book may request a complimentary paperback copy by contacting the publisher at (888) 795-4274 x. 7479. To purchase copies of the book for resale, please fax Xlibris at (610) 915-0294 or call (888) 795-4274 x. 7879.
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