CANTON, Ohio, March 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Successful businesswoman and now author, Vicki Stanley announces her new book Two Bucks To Happiness. The book focuses on a winning formula gleaned over a lifetime of lessons taught by her father, Richard Grudzinski which led to his success and now hers. She shares timeless insights and stories through familiar conversations with him and humorous real-life examples. Two Bucks to Happiness is available at Amazon, Kindle, Nook, Smashwords, or by ordering at www.twobuckstohappiness.com.
The book is a quick-read, packed with entertaining stories, guidance and real life examples that can be applied to individuals, families or business entities. Stanley emphasizes, "My desire to share my family's story through this book was twofold: to capture my father's timeless wisdoms and joyful zest for living and by extension, inspiring others to create their own happiness while pursuing their goals."
Two Bucks To Happiness provides the building blocks for success in life and business. According to Stanley, the foundation of the book rests on her Dad's philosophies which propelled him -- and now her -- to success. Amazingly, with only two dollars in his pocket, he began building a thriving employment agency, and later a profitable career counseling business. The book details Grudzinski's insights into how "we create our own reality according to our beliefs; and by extension how our imagination and feelings follow those beliefs." These principles have created a thought process for building multi-million dollar businesses that employ hundreds of people -- and unbelievably, it all started with only two dollars.
Following in her father's footsteps, Vicki Stanley has over twenty-five years in the employment industry and with a grateful start-up loan provided by her dad, founded her own medical staffing agency, in North Canton, Ohio in 1999. Interestingly, finding people employment isn't the only skill-set she inherited from her father. Her entrepreneurial spirit led her to open a home-improvement service for seniors, and to launch the New Work City Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit to create jobs. She focuses her energy on raising her two delightful boys, running the nursing agency, volunteering, and devoting her spare time to her newest passion, writing.
SOURCE Vicki Stanley