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Poder de Mujer


Poder de Mujer (Woman Power)
For now, only available in Spanish

If your dream is to take full advantage of your potential to grow professionally, this book is for you. With an engaging style, Mariela threads her own experience and that of dozens of successful women with precise tools that will allow you to discover who you are to get where you dream to be. The book emphasizes the idea that success is an individual journey rather than a destination.
The journey begins by recognizing messages and mandates that you received during your childhood and teenage years and that can subconsciously interfere with your own desires for growth. After making you aware of the power you have to create a new reality for yourself through language, the author offers necessary resources to help you move ahead in a competitive global market.
As a bonus, you will find at the beginning of each chapter an insightful interview with celebrities such as Cristina Saralegui, Gloria Estéfan, Rosalyn Sánchez, Dra. Aliza and many others.

  • Paperback: 240 pages
  • Publisher:C.A. Press (Imprint of Penguin) March 2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • ISBN: 0983139083

Latinos in College: Your Guide to Success

A unique guide focused on helping Hispanic junior and senior high school students and college freshmen navigate the college system.
A combination of concrete tools and inspiration, this book helps students who grew up in a Hispanic family better understand how to master the process of choosing the best school and how to graduate.
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  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher:Consultare, 1 edition (February 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: pending

Help your Children Succeed in High School and Go to College, Guide for Latino Parents

A practical guide to help parents navigate the difficult high school stage with an eye on college application. This book offers valuable tools in order for parents to support their teenagers through: choosing an appropriate school, resist bad influences, take courses and the necessary exams to access the best academic opportunities and much more. It includes a monthly calendar for each one of the four years of high school filled with activities students need to follow to go to college. It also includes a guide of extra curricular and summer activities.

  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Sphinx Publishing; 1 edition (September 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 1572486430
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The Latino Advantage®, Mariela Dabbah and Arturo Poiré

Many positive innate traits shared by the majority of Latinos can be best exploited if one becomes aware of them. This is the premise of “The Latino Advantage®”. The more aware you are of your flexibility, ease in establishing loyal relationships, value system and other characteristics, and the more you learn about applying these characteristics to the American system, the greater your advantage will be.

Through this career oriented book, the authors offer numerous examples followed by exercises to help practice certain skills.

For instance, one of the traits the authors touch upon is having an informal communication style that can be used as an advantage in social situations. Latinos are good at responding spontaneously in such occasions. The disadvantage is that many times the Latino style may come across as too informal in a professional environment so, you need to learn how to manage that trait to prevent it from interfering with your career.

  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Sphinx Publishing (November 11, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 1572485698
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Help your Children Succeed in School, Special Guide for Latino Parents
Ayude a sus Hijos a Tener Éxito en la Escuela, Guía para Padres Latinos

The complexity of the American education system is a mystery even for Americans. Imagine what it is like for Latinos!

This book guides parents through this labyrinth. It not only shows them how the system works, but it also offers important suggestions on how to get involved in their children’s education to help them succeed. At the same time, it provides guidance on rights and responsibilities parents have within the school system.

Taking into consideration the Latino cultural perspective, the author builds a bridge so that parents can familiarize themselves with aspects of the American culture that they should know in order to support their children’s education. From choosing the right school, to finding the right academic support, to understanding the importance of tests, this practical, easy to read guide finally puts parents at ease with a difficult topic.

  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Sphinx Publishing (August 18, 2006)
  • Language: Spanish
  • ISBN: 1572485477
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How to Get a Job in the U.S., Guide for Latinos
Cómo Conseguir Trabajo en los Estados Unidos, Guía Especial para Latinos

This practical guide is designed for Latino immigrants who grew up in Latin America and who are looking for a job in the US. It covers people both with or without a college degree.

Taking the Latino perspective into consideration, the book helps readers understand the codes and rules of the American job search process in order to succeed in their search.

For instance: in Latin America people generally write longer resumes which include information such as their age and marital status. These facts allow employers to openly discriminate against candidates.  In the US, resumes are much shorter and it is inappropriate to include information that can be used to discriminate.

Having interviewed experts throughout the country, the author offers concrete advice in  simple language that makes this book a very easy read.

  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Sphinx Publishing (August 1, 2005)
  • Language: Spanish
  • ISBN: 1572484888
  • Downloadable Ebook
  • Publisher: Sphinx Publishing (August 1, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: e1572485884
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