“While there are several publications available on the market today that provide in-depth studies on women, children, and poverty, there are no comparable resources that commit the same effort and dedication to communicate to these women how they can rightfully benefit from the system as it was initially intended: to provide families with temporary assistance while they become socioeconomically sufficient. This is why I created the book,” states Author, Elease Wiggins, who is a Sociology Professor at LaGuardia Community College.
The book is ideal for women who want to transition off of welfare, but are concerned that their future income will not be sufficient to support all the family’s needs. Wiggins has designed the book to focus on important development including:
Understanding that achieving ones’ goals is not a function of circumstance, but a function of choice and courage.
Becoming clear about where readers are currently, where they envision themselves being, and how to close the gap between the two.
How to create the readers’ own personalized system to turn their idea or ideas into lucrative income all while helping others in the process.
Chief Activator and business and marketing guru, Lucinda Cross provides a noteworthy review about the upcoming book saying, “This socially conscious and inspiring guide helps women to leave the rolls of welfare to pursue their dreams and live well.”
Author, Elease Wiggins is an Adjunct Professor of Sociology at LaGuardia Community College, LYFE skills Trainer, and Speaker. She operates Elease, LLC (Loving, Living, & Creating) a consulting firm which focuses on educating women on how to end the cycle of poverty by discovering their gifts, embracing their desires and passions in order to achieve their personal and professional goals while serving humanity. ‘A Farewell to Welfare: Your Blueprint to Freedom, Independence and Prosperity’ is Elease’s firstbook.
For media inquiries regarding ‘A Farewell to Welfare: Your Blueprint to Freedom, Independence and Prosperity’ individuals are encouraged to contact author, Elease Wiggins directly at 424-248-9605or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about the book or to reserve an advanced copy, please visit: www.thegiftofbeingme.com