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Aly Madhavji Aly is the author of the internationally acclaimed book “Your Guide to Succeed in University”, the #1 College book on Amazon and an Award-Winner of the 2015 International Book Awards. He continues to energize and inspire thousands of students and young professionals through his books, speaking engagements and mentorship. Aly has served on various boards including Executive Committee and Academic Board of the University of Toronto, as well as at Advantage Mississauga bridging the gap between higher education and the business sector, and the Executive of the College of Electors, to select the Chancellor and Alumni Governors of the University of Toronto. Aly spent two and a half years in the Assurance practice for PwC and is a December 2016 Masters in Business Administration (MBA) Candidate at INSEAD based in France and Singapore. He holds the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), Chartered Accountant (CA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA), and the Chartered Investment Manager (CIM) Designations. Ryan Coelho As a motivational speaker, Ryan Coelho has been working closely with millennials for over the past 4 years in helping them develop as leaders. Based on his extensive experience with young people, Ryan naturally became an in-demand resource for organizations in helping them understand the millennial mindset and how companies can leverage it. Over the past 2 years he has consulted over 90+ Executives and CEOs, has started the Millennial Engagement Movement, and has written numerous eBooks to support both organizations and millennials in their growth. Ryan has expanded his mission to help individuals of all ages learn the Psychology of Motivation. Karen Deng After completing her Bachelor of Arts in Health Studies and Environmental Sciences at Queen’s University in 2012, Karen went on to work with health administration authorities in First Nations communities in British Columbia, Canada. She completed a Masters of Public Health at the University of Victoria in 2014. Karen has worked in federal government, provincial government agencies, and not-for-profit organizations to better understand and support improvements in the health of populations. Karen believes that helping others begins with providing the best possible information, and understanding and adapting to unique contexts of communities, civic, and user issues.
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My little sister--still in college--read all of these books back to back. She loves them. This one sure has her pumped and ready to go even though she's not graduated yet!
Her review: This book is a must read for everyone who is graduating college and university and young professionals all around the world. This helps to navigate through many of the challenges that young people face.
For millennials and gen z who are only more and more lost or don't feel like they are making an impact on the world, this book is a must-have resource for personal development and to help get you started on creating your mark!