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A review of “27 Seconds- The Leap and Boom” A Book by Zo Valentine

Knowledge wants to happen, just as life wants to happen. Both want to happen as a community. Sharing knowledge happens when we are genuinely interested in helping one another develop new capacities; it is about caring for an unbreakable learning process. Buddhism reminds us that Sharing knowledge is a definite way to achieve immortality, and […]

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Knowledge wants to happen, just as life wants to happen. Both want to happen as a community. Sharing knowledge happens when we are genuinely interested in helping one another develop new capacities; it is about caring for an unbreakable learning process. Buddhism reminds us that Sharing knowledge is a definite way to achieve immortality, and this is a life principle that entrepreneur Zo Valentine continues to sustain in his life.

Zo Valentine is a strategy consultant, course developer and newly found author, who spends his time and brain power helping small to large businesses to communicate with the world in creative ways. Together with a team of experts, Zo educates his clients on portraying the best version of their firms to the world. He insists that communication is an important factor that inevitably determines whether any business will succeed or fail. And now, in his new book,27 Seconds- The Leap and Boom, Zo Valentine shares his insights on how potential and current entrepreneurs can leverage their strengths to become dominant in their quest for financial sustainability.

27 Seconds- The Leap and Boom brings a breath of fresh air for both the experienced and inexperienced reader. It takes an interesting approach to develop a person’s inner power, pushing them to realize their potential and level of self-awareness. Zo Valentine provides networking tips, execution advice, and personality analysis of various successful people, gems of wisdom packed into 50+ pages. He further narrates enjoyable and yet relatable business stories that diverse segment readers, enabling them to realize the importance of having a social value in all their endeavors. The book talks about the three P’s, Purpose, Professionalism, and managing Priorities, aspects that give any person relevance in a social and business environment. He breaks down these modalities in such a simple manner, illustrating how they can give an entrepreneur a better competitive edge in any business industry.

The grip factor in Zo Valentine’s book is the authenticity approach he brings out when explaining important issues. He compliments this with a straightforward language style that is understandable to anybody interested in learning new things about entrepreneurship and communication. 27 Seconds- The Leap and Boombridge the gap between people and business, and Zo Valentine does this by illustrating the importance of profitability to self-awareness. He is descriptive throughout, showing his prowess as a communication consultant and why Vloomand his course developing endeavors have been successful.

For Zo Valentine, 27 Seconds- The Leap and Boom is a realistic chance for him to rub and polish his brain against others. He says never in a million years with his upbringing would he have ever imagined himself writing an actual book.He believes that the more extensive a person’s knowledge is of what has been done, the greater their power of knowing what to do.Strengthening the potential impact they can make on the world and outweighingtheir preference to live in a private bubble of a introversion. This book is his way of actualizing this philosophical principle, and he’s enjoying the people jumpingto suit by reading it.

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