Journalist and NBC reporter Mariana Atencio’s fresh, compelling voice resonates powerfully on current cultural topics, such as immigration and global poverty, encouraging individual readers to use their lives to make the world a better place.
About the Book
In this much-needed book, which is part self-help and part autobiography, award-winning correspondent Mariana Atencio digs into what makes each of us special and the ways in which we can become a force for good in a broken world.
As a bilingual correspondent for NBC News, Fusion TV, and Univision, Mariana holds a unique perspective—having immigrated from Venezuela to America as a young adult, having overcome challenges to graduate from Columbia University and eventually become a national news correspondent, and having seen firsthand the humanity that is ever so present in the midst of both adversity and opportunity.
Mariana’s story is the powerful, inspiring story of life in the United States as an immigrant. Yet it is at its core a human story. It is all of our stories, and it is a call to every man, woman, and child to unlock the magic of their potential and begin to thrive.
The media screens of today perpetuate stereotypes, but what would happen if instead of comparing ourselves and falling short, we compared ourselves and celebrated our uniqueness? What would happen if we believed in our worth and embraced what makes us different? And what if we truly saw those around us as neighbors and not merely adversaries to our particular group or station?
The days of doubt and division must end. It starts with authenticity, persistence, and understanding what truly makes you special.
- ISBN: 9780785228387
- ISBN 10: 0785228381
- Imprint: Thomas Nelson
- On Sale: 2019-06-11
- Pages: 272
- List Price: $26.99
- Publisher: Thomas Nelson
- Publication Date: 2019-06-11
- Trim Size: 152.000mm x 229.000mm x 12.000mm
- Weight: 385.000gr
- Category 1 : BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Personal Memoirs
- Category 2 : RELIGION / Christian Life / Personal Growth
- Category 3 : RELIGION / Christian Life / Social Issues