Press Release for Jo Condrill
For Immediate Release:
Unlock Your Potential With the Unique Traits of Successful Immigrants
Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeline Albright. NBA All-Star Hakeem Olajuwon. Retired U.S. Army General John Shalikashvili.
These three prominent Americans share a surprising connection: They’re all immigrants who overcame overwhelming odds by leveraging specific traits in order to succeed.
Many people aren’t aware of the positive impact that immigrants have had on America. In the heat of the immigration debate, it’s easy to forget how crucial immigrants are to our society – and that they have been for centuries.
Any successful immigrant in America can tell you that the key to success is not in expecting a handout. Rather, it’s your ability to overcome hardship and work tirelessly to change your life and the lives of others.
Immigrants may come from nothing, but they often have a deep hunger to succeed. Just coming to America can be daunting. The struggle to learn a new language and adapt to a new culture, while also trying to manage financially, seems insurmountable at times.
But some of today’s immigrants are living testimonials to the possibilities that lie within you when you’re determined to triumph over extraordinary limitations.
How would you respond if:
- You had to live without running water or electricity for days or weeks?
- You had to live in a hostile and dangerous environment 24 hours a day?
- Your support system suddenly evaporated? Would you be prepared to face uncertainties, both physically and mentally?
“We often take for granted the many luxuries we have,” says best-selling author Jo Condrill. “It was often immigrants who helped play a role in bringing those things to fruition. While writing my latest book, I realized there are many life lessons we can learn from this rich mix of characters.”
To succeed in difficult circumstances, Condrill says, you need to develop your will to persevere. Then you must find your courage – and a way to press forward.
While interviewing 12 extraordinary people from across America for her latest book, Condrill discovered unique traits of highly successful immigrants. She also realized that anyone, from landscapers to corporate CEOs, could use these secrets to become more successful.
Madeleine Albright, Hakeem Olajuwon, and John Shalikashvili share these traits – and a surprise habit that, when practiced daily, can enhance your ability to overcome adversity.
Her fascinating new book, Immigrants Coming to America, is a guide to unlocking the mindset of people who often risk their lives to experience freedom and success.
With Donald Trump in office, immigration is on many people’s minds. Will the deportation of millions of illegal immigrants cripple America’s economy?
Now is the perfect time to re-open the conversation about immigrants. Jo Condrill has uncover the fascinating characteristics of many immigrants and shows how these traits can help anyone reach their dreams.
About Jo Condrill
Jo Condrill is an award-winning business leader and the author of the Amazon best-selling eBook, Memories. . . My Role in the Burial of the Unknown Serviceman of Vietnam. She’s also the author of Immigrants Coming to America, Take Charge of Your Life: Dare to Pursue Your Dreams, and co-author of 101 Ways to Improve Your Communication Skills Instantly, now translated into 12 languages including Arabic, Vietnamese, and Spanish.
For more information, please contact Jo Condrill at 210.787.9073 and firstname.lastname@example.org.