WASHINGTON, Aug. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- What enables ordinary people to achieve extraordinary things in their lives, companies and communities? Exceptional People Magazine answers this critical question through interviews with some of today's top political leaders, CEOs, celebrities, sports figures and everyday heroes who are changing their industries, breaking through barriers and positively impacting the world.
Among those featured in the latest issue are King Peggy, an American secretary who became an African King; Jeff Gitterman, an award-winning financial advisor to the academic community honored by Fortune Small Business Magazine and Winning Workplaces as one of America's Best Bosses; Will Overstreet, former Atlanta Falcons player and co-founder of Voices Heard Media, a company with a breakthrough technology that is creating personal connections between sports stars and fans; and Chef Jourdan Cha'Taun, former executive personal chef to mogul Sean 'Diddy' Combs and volunteer for the Stay Strong Foundation who is sharing her passion for culinary arts with troubled teens.
"This issue of Exceptional People Magazine will have special meaning for many people," says publisher Monica Davis. "A lot of individuals and companies have been struggling to find their confidence and regain their footing after many years of challenging times. They will learn from the success stories and strategies in this issue that nothing is impossible if you believe in your dream and execute properly. With every obstacle encountered, there is an opportunity to adopt a new attitude, develop new skills, enhance existing talents and inspire people. Our best moments often occur when we are placed in difficult situations or are feeling unfulfilled. It is then that we are compelled to step out of our comfort zones to find better ways of doing things and to find the inspiration to enhance our lives and those of others."
A prime example of how amazing things can happen is the story of Peggielene Bartels who went from working as a secretary for over 30 years at the Embassy of Ghana to becoming the first female King of Otuam, a town on Ghana's central coast. "My journey is to inspire women not only in Ghana but the whole world," says King Peggy. "I say to them, 'You may not be a king like me, but be ready for the calling. You can be a leader in your family, in your church, or in your community.'"
Along with King Peggy's and other inspiring stories, readers will find additional valuable topics including:
- Four Simple Tips to Get You Massive Media Exposure
- Are Your Habits Hindering Your Success?
- The Number-One Skill That Every Human Needs
- Six Parenting Tips for Motivating Kids to Achieve Goals
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