Posted by Elena del Valle on July 18, 2008
Building the Latino Future book cover
Photo: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Santa Clara resident Frank Carbajal, a life and business coach, and Humberto Medina, a speaker and consultant, teamed up to showcase the success stories of 49 Latinos in various professions and walks of life in the newly published book Building the Latino Future Success Stories for the Next Generation (Wiley, $24.95). The book is made up of brief summary biographies and a word of advice from each of the 49 individuals.
In addition to descriptions of the Latinos they chose to profile, the authors set out to provide readers with a framework they might rely on for their own future. The stories of the individuals they chose are designed to highlight their humble beginnings and rise to prominence in their field.
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The 159-page hardcover book is divided into 49 chapters, one for each person profiled. The chapters are grouped in six sections: Focus, Unity, Tenacity, Unique Ability, Resiliency, and Education and a two-page Conclusion.
Included are 34 men and 15 women in academia, sports, business, entertainment, and politics from government as well as the private and private sectors such as: Aida Alvarez, former administrator, U.S. Small Business Administration; Raul Yzaguirre, former president, National Council of La Raza; Jeff Garcia, quarterback, National Football League; Elva Diaz, assistant professor, University of California at Davis; Douglas Patino, philanthropist; and Dick Gonzalez, former senior vice president, Human Resources, Safeway, Inc.
Carbajal is president of Es Tiempo, a coaching firm for small business owners and entrepreneurs. Medina is a speaker, director and consultant for The Ken Blanchard Companies.
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