Huntington Beach, CA (PRWEB) May 01, 2014
In her new book, Success Begins at Home, The Entrepreneur’s Guide to Start and Succeed While Staying Fit and Healthy, Lynn D. Ahbonbon convinces the readers that a better way of starting or running a business is through the holistic approach. Focusing on a healthy body and healthy mind will generate greater energy to help business-owners succeed. Today, the obesity epidemic is one of the country's most serious health problems. Adult obesity rates have doubled since 1980, from 15 to 30 percent. There is no doubt that there is a direct correlation between business-owners’ poor health and their business failure rate.
Ahbonbon’s book is divided into three sections: Entrepreneurship, Healthy Living, and Food Made at Home (with colorful pictures of recipes). Despite a short eighty pages, the reader receives the benefits of having two separate books combined into one. All sections require commitment and follow through, whether it is tracking expenses, tracking calories, or learning how to cook better and healthier. Tackling a new business and one’s health simultaneously is an overwhelming task, but the long-term benefit is very rewarding. First-time entrepreneurs as well as existing ones will benefit from Success Begins at Home. It is an easy-to-read, well-planned and researched start-up guide with a comprehensive checklist that leaves little room for failure.
Ahbonbon will be showcasing her new titles at the annual Book Expo of America at the Javits Center (Author Hub #AH24, 655 W 34th St, New York, NY 10001) from May 29 to May 31, 2014. On May 30, 2014 she will be signing books from 12 pm-12:30 pm at table #21.
For further information, please visit http://www.ahbonbon.com
About Lynn D. Ahbonbon:
Ahbonbon was raised in various countries and cultures, including the United States, Europe, and Asia, and credits this upbringing with her interest in healthy eating. She graduated from the University of Southern California with a B.S. and M.B.A., and held several positions at a large automotive corporation before taking the plunge into self-employment. She was the president of an economic development corporation for fifteen years, providing education in entrepreneurship to small businesses.