Serial Entrepreneur Ajamu Kambon Releases “Do You: Success, Wealth, and Relationships”



Serial entrepreneur, and McIntire School of Commerce graduate, Ajamu Kambon has announced the release of his brand new book, Do You: Success, Wealth, and Relationships – You, Yourself, and Your Dreams. The all-new book is designed to help entrepreneurs achieve new goals by conditioning them mentally for the challenges that come along with owning a business.

Do You offers riveting advice on increasing residual income and wealth, as well as tips for reaching one’s dreams. The condensed self-help book is just 37-pages but offers jam-packed contents that provide concise information for quickly changing one’s mindset for reaching new goals. With chapters such as “Making Right Choices”, “Stop Judging Others & Judge Yourself”, and “Wealth Generation and Monetary Success”, Kambon’s Do You is designed as a structured blueprint for small business owners, freelancers, network marketers, and any emerging or established entrepreneur who wants to increase their success.

About his reasons for writing Do You, Kambon said, “Sharing with you what has worked in my life could possibly give you that extra spark in yours.” Through Kambon’s experiences, he has learned valuable lessons and gained knowledge from others, and he is pleased to share that information. Kambon was hit by a car before he began his studies at UVA and in that moment he understood how important one’s life really is. This instilled in him a new outlook on life. Soon after, he decided to write a book to help others find purpose in their life before it is too late.

Currently, Do You is available exclusively on Amazon in Kindle format. The 5-star rated book has received high feedback from recent readers, and one recent reader commented, “The delivery of the message is as finely-honed as its meaning and purpose. The author has a strong grasp on the concept of success and what it means to oneself. This read serves as a motivating factor to not let inanities hinder your drive and motivation when blazing a path to accomplishment and self-fulfillment.”

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