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The Stress To Success Factor by Linda Buskey LeBlanc (author/editor) and 18 co-authors announces its first charitable donation to Habitat for Humanity-Honolulu.
Marina Del Rey, CA (PRWEB) March 04, 2013
The Stress To Success Factor, an E-Contributor book in the self-help, personal development niche was launched February 6, 2013. An essential part of the joint venture publication is contributing a portion of its proceeds to charity.
Featuring personal and practical success stories, The Stress To Success Factor includes strategies by people from all walks of life. Among the contributors are award winning fiction writers, business persons and poets. In addition to its charitable component, this new product in the digital marketing world has been recognized for the quality of its writing and content.
Included with the book is a video produced by Mike L. Murphy, award winning Hollywood short filmmaker and animator on the Harry Potter films. Shot on the beach in Florida, the video features an interview with Steven Bradbury, 2002 Olympic Gold Medalist in speed skating from Australia and author of The Last Man Standing, along with Ian Houghton, real estate investment authority from the UK and author of The JFDI Way to increasing profits through outstanding Customer Service. Mike L. Murphy also participates in the interview in which they share information about how to harness the power of social media.
To learn more visit http://www.thestresstosuccessfactor.com
About The Stress To Success Factor
Founded in 2012 by Linda Buskey LeBlanc, this online book contains personal chapters about success by people from all walks of life. The Stress To Success Factor shares a portion of its income to a designated charity. Her vision is an ongoing digital product. The audio of Volume 1 with authors reading their own chapters will be released soon with Volume 2 of The Stress To Success Factor to follow later in 2013.
This is Linda Buskey LeBlanc's second book. She is also the author of a poetry book, On Trains, Codfish Press, 2008.
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