ATLANTA, GA (PRWEB) May 17, 2012
Teamwork is extremely important to the success in any team. So much has been written about this subject and yet it continues to be a myth for most organizations. Unlike other motivational books that teach readers certain steps to success based on theories, At The Crack Of Dawn draws its contents from real-life experiences and shares how one organization brought a wealth of resource in the form of knowledge, experience, and diversity.
The author, who prefers to call herself Sannsibble, tells this story of teamwork so that readers will witness how one ordinary organization reaped huge success. “We were ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Where there were no resources we innovate and became creative. And in our own little corner of the globe we let our light shine illuminating the vision of a brighter, better, and more peaceful world,” the author shares. “We shared, cared and cheered until we were At the Crack of Dawn.”
With thirteen chapters of dedication, determination, and discipline, this inspiring book narrates the author’s involvement in volunteer work, under the UNA-USA group. Readers will witness how they were able to transform meager financial resources into the production of desired objectives and cogent outcomes. They had their high and low moments, and many in between.
Through At the Crack of Dawn, the author hopes to inspire others to continue moving forward in their volunteer work or whatever their progressive undertakings may be. “I assure you that engaging teamwork, and especially in these hard pressed, slow economic times, the synergy will transform your world,” she reminds.
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About the Author
Born in the eastern region of St. Thomas, Jamaica in 1952, the author attended Johnson Mountain Primary School and Happy Grove High School. She focused on academics and was also a member of the netball, track and field, softball, and student government teams. She migrated to Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1971 where she went to college, worked, lived, and started a family. She moved to Miami, Florida in 1989. The author has a B.A. in Geography (1983) from York University, and a MBA in Global Business Management (2005) from the University of Phoenix. She is currently in the final year of doctoral studies.
Her son recently completed his tour of duty as a United States Marine, and her daughter is a corporate attorney. She has two step-daughters from her previous marriage and two step-grandchildren. She enjoys reading, and spends most of her quiet time writing or listening to music.
At The Crack Of Dawn * by Sannsibble
Publication Date: April 30, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 391 pages; 978-1-4653-6460-9
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