Motivational speaker and author Blessmore Mandevhana will launch two motivational books titled Secrets of Entrepreneurs and God is the Answer, the 2nd at Ambassador Hotel on July 21.
By Blessing Mandabva
The launch, which kicks off at 5pm, will be graced by church leaders, among them bishops from the United Methodist Church and Methodist Church in Zimbabwe.
Business people, entrepreneurs, authors and academics from institutions like the University of Zimbabwe, Bindura University, United Theological College and Catholic University are expected to be part of the launch.
Entertainment will be from established and upcoming artists who include Savanna Easy, Lloyd Samu, Tanya Marabada and Mufudzi Wakanaka Gospel Choir.
According to Mandevhani the book launch promises to be a night to remember as everyone is welcome.
His other books include God is the Answer the 1st, Speeding of Entrepreneurship in Zimbabwe and The Tetrad of Positive Affirmation, which received wide and positive response among the academic and entrepreneurship spheres.
“God is the Answer the 2nd talks about Christian principles that we live with today which are not only for the pastors, prophets and teachers of the Word of God, but to the doers of the Word,” Mandevhana told The Standard Style.
He said he wrote the book to remind Christians about the fundamental principles expected of Christians, especially during these times of economic hardships.
In the book, Secrets of Entrepreneurs, Mandevhana looks at nurturing and grooming leaders, entrepreneurs and businesspeople. He also talks about the principles which should be followed to improve the personality traits of individuals.
“The traits of motivation, humility, ability to recover from failure and curiosity change people profoundly on an emotional and mental level. The traits also help them make some kind of professional or personal change in their lives and within themselves,” he said.
The youthful writer said he was inspired by his parents, especially his father Reverend Mandevhana who is a reservoir of unpublished knowledge and information.
He acknowledged the great significance of the United Theological College and Catholic University on his writing career.
He said without dedication, determination and devotion catapulted by blessings from God, he could not have written the books.