Empower Yourself : How to Make Lemonade when Life Gives You Lemons
Xenia Tchoumi is passionate about self-empowerment and independent thinking. A fashion influencer, motivational speaker and self-made digital entrepreneur, she wrote this book to share the techniques and tools that have made her so successful, and to encourage her readers to resist media manipulation, stand up for who they really are, and live their best, most powerful lives.Xenia takes readers on a practical, no-nonsense journey to self-empowerment, covering topics such as taking responsibility, using your pain and your failures to push yourself further, and learning digital dominance instead of letting yourself be digitally dependent. She offers a wealth of tips for creating productive habits, setting goals, protecting your mental health and resisting society's pressures to confirm.She shares her stories of struggling against prejudice as the child of recent immigrants, battling the restrictive structures of the fashion industry, making her mark in the digital space and ultimately making herself into an ultra successful brand. Questioning exactly what empowerment looks like today, she also offers the inspiring stories of empowered people she has met all over the world and shows that, while empowerment can seem very different in different cultures, there are certain key traits that empowered people share - habits that anyone can learn and use to become a success in life.
- Hardback | 224 pages
- 130 x 185 x 22.86mm | 249.48g
- 08 Dec 2020
- Watkins Media
- Watkins Publishing
- London, United Kingdom
- New edition
- New edition
The ultimate guide to self-empowerment from motivational speaker and digital entrepreneur Xenia...
About Xenia Tchoumi
Xenia Tchoumi is a fashion influencer, digital entrepreneur and public speaker. Armed with an economics degree and fluency in six languages, she has grown her own digital business promoting high-end fashion and lifestyle brands. Since then, she's amassed over a million loyal fans and regularly shoots with the likes of L'Officiel, Vogue, Vanity Fair and Elle. A gender-equality advocate, she has given three motivational TEDx talks and has spoken at the United Nations. Find out more at: www.xeniatchoumi.com