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Jenny Chisom Celebrates Birthday, Unveils Two Books For Bloggers and Men



Welcome to my Book Page! 

I am excited to introduce my first ever set of books (eBooks + Audio) to you. It has been a long time coming. 

Having been blogging since 2009, I soon began teaching Blogging set up, content creation and monetization strategies from my passion, and so have had first hand experience of how an average blogger especially in Nigeria can make money and impact  with blogging. I am known to teach what has worked for me and this gift is my first to the blogging profession, as regards how I have landed major job roles without applying for them. My blogging skill always gave me an edge.  This book unveils strategies to getting ahead at  job prospecting leveraging one's blogging influence. Now, I blog and work on my own business. 

My blog gave my passion to see an emergence of better men a boost. So who says a blogger cannot also pursue a cause and drive it effectively? I prove that you can. 

My experience with hosting Real Men Summit, The Man and Himself Series, and the Be a Man Show amongst leading an online Men community is instructive and an evidence that blogging is a tool for value creation, and development. I use mine partly for supporting men and mentoring boys who want a beyond-average life.

CHECK OUT MY TWO BOOKS AND DO PRE-ORDER NOW!!!

THANK YOU





ABOUT THE BOOK 
This book , BLOG YOUR WAY TO A DREAM JOB is all you did not know about cashing out even a choice job because you blog. The author has distilled and frozen into life her experiences from blogging for 9 years, and teaching blogging for 5 years. You will understand why most bloggers are unsuccessful across the world and what you need to do to make your creativity pay off. It goes beyond getting a job to getting the kind of life you deserve.                 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR 
Jenny Chisom Opara is one of Africa's pioneer Blogging Coaches through her Login Bloggers Enterprise  project she began in 2013. She has trained hundreds of African bloggers to create blogs, design content, and make money blogging. Since she created her first blog in 2009 while marketing her first business which got her clients beyond her continent, Chisom has not looked back. According to her, "I have a blog about almost every business idea I have but beyond that blogging has been my most profiting profession". She has been able to apply her English language and Literature degree and her certification in Entrepreneurship Management to run a successful business model for her blogs. Chisom uses her blog www.jennychisom.com also as a social cause to advocate the need to empower boys and men alongside females for a safe, stable society.

PRE-ORDER & GET eBook on AUGUST 4, 2018
OR
JENNIFER CHISOM OPARA
ECOBANK, 2751021474

After payment do send evidence to us at jennychisomblog@gmail.com 


MEN CODE (eBook and Audio)


This book gift is an experience for Men and Boys, and a compass for living. The singular codes were first made public in July 2017, edited in February 2018 and is now ready as an expansive thought on the 12 codes. It unpacks the 12 affirmations that can guide  men who desire extraordinary results. It comes with case studies and even an Audio book content to listen on the go. This is a daily experience kind of book, and is downloadable on any device.


 About the Book 
This book, MEN CODE- 12 empowering affirmations for living without regrets,  is  a lifeline for men, especially Africans who are everyday faced with such abnormal norms that seem difficult to break lose from in order to live fulfilled happy lives. Jenny dissects and presents a fail proof value based approach that validates the behaviour of any man who yearns to be an upgrade of the average.


About the Author

Nigerian born blogger, and male empowerment advocate, Jenny Chisom Opara believes in the power of the male and attributes it to the pillar upon which all else thrives. She is passionately building a global community of male role models for sustainable family units in Africa, through her online community, League of Extraordinary Men on Facebook and her weekly Instagram show "The Be a Man show". Her passion led her to be part of the research champions and ambassadors for the DFID funded landmark research "Being a Man in Nigeria" through the Voices 4 Change organisation in Nigeria between 2014-2017. As a  blogger, Jenny deploys the power of her online influence to host live events for men and speaks extensively about men Empowerment and boys development to women, men and couple groups. She lives in Abuja Nigeria from where she tours the world.


PRE-ORDER & GET eBook on AUGUST 4, 2018
OR
JENNIFER CHISOM OPARA
ECOBANK, 2751021474

After payment do send evidence to us at jennychisomblog@gmail.com 





Enjoy pictures from my birthday photoshoot HERE

Comments

SylvianNnamdi said…
Happy Birthday Beautiful sis.This is your best year yet.Topnotch books you have here.Soar!!!

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