My Life As a Banker: A Life Worth Living
Want to learn what banking is all about?You will learn much more.'Find the courage to go on, never giving up, even when the road of life curves.'Set in the lovely Caribbean island of Trinidad the author's life as a banker is much more than just a fascinating memoir.My Life as a Banker: A Life Worth Living by Brenda Mohammed was the winner of Best Bio/Memoir 2nd place in Metamorph Publishing Summer Indie Book Awards 2016. Brenda proved that hard work and determination pay, as she moved up the ranks, and received several promotions, leading up to senior managerial status. She found the courage to go on, never giving up, even when the road of life curved.Read about Brenda's first mega trip abroad to New York, Canada, London, Germany, and Holland, as well as other fabulous vacations she enjoyed. How and where she met her husband and other wonderful family memories will interest readers. Brenda describes changes in the banking system and changes in the bank's attitude to its employees throughout her working years in a Trinidad bank with ties to the United Kingdom. Life is not always perfect and there were sad moments that will tug at your heart. Read how the power of prayer worked in Brenda's life. A reviewer wrote: Must Read! Don't let the title with the word 'banker' in it fool you into believing this book is for finance professionals only. It is actually the true and inspiring story of one woman's immense faith and family that help shape her into the powerful, yet humble woman she would become.
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My Life as a Banker
By Fifty Sheds of Books on July 7, 2016
Format: Kindle Edition
My Life As A Banker is a fascinating, intimate story. The author has an engaging writing style that draws you into the story and you feel as though she is talking directly to you, the reader. There is a nice balance between the professional and the personal and while I found the professional aspects rewarding, the highlight for me was reading about the author's interesting life.
The social history aspects of the book also fascinated me, particularly the descriptions of life in Trinidad and I would imagine that this memoir will serve as an important document for social historians in years to come.
This might sound strange to say about a book with Banker in the title, but the author demonstrates quite vividly that there are far more important things than money in life.
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The message throughout is the strength she draws from her belief in God.
My Life as a Banker: A Life Worth Living is as intriguing as it is inspiring.
Mrs. Brenda C. Mohammed succeeds in her aim of showing how much can be achieved with God's help, and she leads the reader through two very different worlds.
This book would appeal to readers who enjoy memoirs, insider stories of a different age and different cultures, and anyone looking for confirmation of the strength that can be gained from an upbringing that fosters a belief in God.