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Jim Donovan Offers Program for College Students to Avoid Being Another Lost Generation
Internationally renowned motivational author, coach and speaker Jim Donovan is offering a program titled, “How to Grow Up Without Giving Up Your Dreams,” which is designed to help college students from languishing in reaching their personal goals, and prevent them from being another lost generation. Students will learn a proven process they can use to positively impact their lives and make better choices in school and beyond.
Dateline: Upper Black Eddy, PA, September 5, 2012 – Jim Donovan’s program for college students, “How to Grow Up Without Giving Up Your Dreams,” is highly motivational and empowering that leaves participants with the self-confidence that they can, in fact, achieve the life of their dreams. It is based on Jim’s personal philosophy that, “within you is the power to change your life, and that, by applying simple, proven strategies, a person can achieve success in every area of their life.”
According to Donovan who says, “This is not simply a nice theory. I’ve been there and back, and having used these principles to turn my own life around, I can deliver this program with the passion and certainty of someone who “Walks his talk,” and knows what works.” As he openly shares his own struggles with substance abuse, homelessness, and more, audiences learn first hand the consequences of making unproductive choices. More importantly, as Jim shares the changes in his own life and his experiences, they can clearly see how making better choices will create more desirable results. Throughout this program Jim shares the idea and techniques he and hundreds of thousands of others have used to live more fulfilling and successful lives.
Donovan’s simple, straightforward approach and his easygoing style have made him a recognized authority in the personal development field. Some of his books include titles such as; “This is Your Life, Not a Dress Rehearsal,” “Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck,” “Handbook to a Happier Life,” “52 Ways to a Happier Life,” and “Don’t Let an Old Person Move Into your Body.” Now Donovan is focused on college students, because he is concerned that they will become another lost generation, and knows that if they can master some of his techniques that they can have successful and fulfilling lives.
Joseph Paretta, a College Professor from Lafayette College in PA. says, “I believe that Jim Donovan has a story that all students need to hear! Jim Donovan knows about success and what it takes to be a winner. He has experienced the thrill of accomplishment and the despair of defeat and used both circumstances as opportunities to grow. Jim teaches through example. He is a graduate of ‘the school of hard knocks’ and he has “a PhD in Perseverance.”
To learn more about his dynamic program to help college students be more successful, please email him to schedule a speaking engagement or call Jim Donovan here (215) 794-3826 or click on his web link here:
Jim Donovan is one of the most inspiring people in the personal development industry. Often called “The original feel good guy,” due to his ability to bring out the best in people, he openly shares his own personal struggles and challenges. He is an internationally recognized authority in the personal development industry, with books published in 22 countries. Donovan is an expert in online and social media marketing and is passionate about sharing his knowledge at leading Internet business marketing events.
Jim delivers an inspirational message of hope and possibility to everyone that listens. Having faced his own “demons” and overcoming impossible odds, he is able to see the potential in others even when they themselves cannot. He refuses to accept absolute limits; either in himself or others, which enables him to bring out the best in those who he encounters.
Beyond simple inspiration and motivation, Jim provides people with workable strategies that enable them to take charge of their own destiny and reach their full potential.
P: (215) 794-3826
jim (at) jimdonovan.com