A multi-faceted read that shows readers that everyone deserves a chance to succeed in life.
Atlanta (PRWEB) July 22, 2014
The challenges facing America’s inner-city youth has been well-documented in the news media. Images of young African-American men in handcuffs often filter through evening newscasts on a daily basis. In his debut novel, “EGO; Easing God Out; No, Keep Him In,” author Ormond Curl interjects a countering image; one of successful young men and women undergoing a powerful transformation of financial empowerment. “EGO” is a must-read for anyone concerned with the state of the African-American community and America’s inner-city neighborhoods.
“EGO” is a fictional thriller that follows Bill Sheppard, a business owner of a human resource consulting firm that has a supernatural life-altering experience with God, coupled with a miracle-filled Christian crusade trip to Africa. Once he returned, he has a God-given purpose to impact African American high school students, shifting their paradigm from apathy to a confidence originating from personal business ownership.
This highly immersive book grants readers a different view of inner city teenagers who have a willingness to roll up their mental sleeves and become a part of the worldwide EGO movement. “EGO” is a multi-faceted read that shows readers that everyone deserves a chance to succeed in life.
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About the Author:
Ormond Curl has a thirty-year business career serving in senior executive positions with three Fortune 100 companies. He founded a private practice based in Atlanta, Georgia, specializing in retained/contingency executive search. Ormond serves The Precedent Group’s clients in a variety of initiatives. Ormond is widely known as a passionate leader who believes in giving back to the world. He is an active public speaker and passionate educator. He is active in ministry through charitable and philanthropic efforts. Additionally, Ormond and his wife of thirty-six years, Debra, are involved in being a bridge to African countries in assisting needy children
EGO* by Ormond Curl
Easing God out, No, Keep Him In
Publication Date: March 21, 2014
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