Thursday, February 3, 2011
Prisoners's Voices: A Plea for Help
I now beg you all to aid me in this campaign. Please call, write or email the governor of your states and the prison administrators and express your desires to have Resilience Multimedia books placed in prison libraries.
Perhaps we can make progress by contacting President Obama.
This is not sales propaganda! A portion of the profits earned from this campaign will benefit prisoner advocacy charity organizations.
We can make it easier for prisoners to understand that criminal activity is not their only option to earn money. They will learn from others who have lived the same lifestyles as themselves and were able to turn their lives around.
The cover above is one book from a set of four. It is summarized below. To learn more about the series and ordering information, click on this link:
"Think Outside the Cell: An Entrepreneurs Guide for the Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated"
"Think Outside the Cell" is a step-by-step self-help guide that uses entrepreneurship and financial literacy to offer a realistic second chance to the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated. It was written to help people build successful lives and break the cycle of recidivism. And even for readers who don’t become entrepreneurs, "Think Outside the Cell" makes them financially literate so that they can make smart choices.
The book takes a holistic approach. Before dealing with business and finance, it calls on the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated to take a hard look at their values and belief systems. It challenges them to change their minds in order to change their lives. It appeals to the layman and lays the foundation to personal and financial independence and successful reentry. It offers easy-to-read instructions on how to get ahead and stay ahead.
It combines all the qualities of a self-help manual and a college business text.
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Thank you for your time and efforts to make the prison system a better one that will help the misguided to better themselves.
Supaman Tion Terrell