12 Laws to Access the Power in You to Achieve Happiness and Success
Russell Simmons & Chris Morrow
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
Since rising out of the New York City streets over twenty-five years ago, Russell Simmons has helped create such groundbreaking ventures as Def Jam Records, Phat Farm, and Def Comedy Jam. Russell might have helped introduce hip-hop to the world, but he credits his success to his belief in a strong set of principles—or laws. In twelve straightforward steps, Russell reveals a path that can be followed by anyone struggling to realize their dreams.
Russell’s laws stem from the belief that it’s impossible to receive any sort of lasting success from the world without giving something of lasting value to the world first. Blending business insight, universal spiritual truths, and an inspired sense of purpose, Do You! crosses the lines of age, race, and background, with wisdom that will lift you up and motivate you to pursue your vision.
This book is extremely powerful and uplifting to the spirit. It provides an outlook on life that promotes positivity and encourages true faith in oneself through visualization of the lessons and gifts that surround us. As a true voice of the culture Mr. Simmons sheds light on the power of integrity, selflessness, and a relentless will in overcoming the biggest objective that stands in the way of achieving ones dreams...Self!
AMAZING, JUST AMAZING!!!
I'm currently in law school and working at a big law firm and juggling the two at the same time makes me just want to quit. Sometimes it feels impossible. I read this book and have a new vision about everything. I don't want to quit anymore, I want to do more. This book just opened my eyes and made me realize that quitting is not an option in life if you want to succeed. If I ever get a chance to meet Mr. Simmons I want to just shake his hand and say "Thank you". Will definitely recommend this book to all my friends, especially the ones who feel like quitting or feel like like is unfair to them.