ACCRA, Ghana — Author Francis Yao Djabaku announces the nationwide release of his new self-help book, “Universal Law.”
In “Universal Law,” Djabaku aims to make one courageous to achieve a successful life. The author believes that of all the disastrous results of a person’s wrong thinking, fear is the worst and the bottom of all negative thoughts. Fear is the father of timidity, cowardice, superstition, anxiety, care, envy, self-deprecation and so forth.
To overcome fear and to achieve success, “Universal Law” suggests that a person needs all the courageous conquering principles of practical and applied psychology. To truly imbibe these principles, one must think them over again in an honest approach until they take root in one’s personal experiences.
In fact, these qualities are found in some of the world’s greatest leaders. Nothing good is ever accomplished in chaos. In this book, readers will find out that true courage is cool, calm and collected, and is never foolhardy or quarrelsome.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Djabaku was born in Agbozume, Ghana. He is a recognized as a living Ghanaian research personality, who is playing a leading role in his country’s political and cultural life since 2008.
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