Dr. Mathew Jenkins’ insightful interview to share the keys to his success

LONG BEACH, CA – 08-21-2018 (Press Release Jet) — Dr. Mathew Jenkins invites you to visit his lively and insightful interview in which he answers question based on his buzzed-about  book “Positive Possibilities: My Game Plan for Success.” – written to uplift lives. 

Dr. Mathew Jenkins, DMV, enjoyed a fruitful question-and-answer session on  Thursday while discussing  the ins-and-outs of the simple but provable  truths in his book ‘Positive Possibilities: My Game Plan for Success.’The Facebook LIVE event was held in response to the hugely   successful off-line sales campaign that launched  at Tuskegee University  At that event, Dr. Jenkins dedicated the ‘First Edition’ to  his Alma Mater.   The event was followed by the national launch  held at Bogarts in the Long Beach Convention Centre, Long Beach, California on June 3, 2018.Dr.Jenkins is the product of an  Alabama farm family of 10 siblings, along with a single mother, and a farm where every child had a job to do or starve.  Matthew  learned to work from the age of five years old.  He fearlessly  worked  the farm and ultimately attended college, where he earned a graduate degree of Veterinary Medicine, and became an officer in the US AIR FORCE.  He moved forward with the same commitment to become  a committed entrepreneur who built a lucrative animal-night-call center that he leveraged into  buying and re-developing  mobile home parks  into PRE-BUILT HOME Communities in eight states across the country.This author has written about his adventure from a little black boy on an Alabama farm to real estate mogul with the same integrity, sincerety and humor that saw him  traverse  through a tough life to triumph as a successful author and philanthropist.  His deepest hope is to  share  invaluable advice and guidance to people who wish to succeed .’My Game Plan  for Success’ reveals the driving principles behind Jenkins’  rags-to-riches life story and urges young people to remain active and positive in the face of challenges.”Sometimes when people have various obstacles in life, they focus on the negative aspects of it,” said Dr. Jenkins, “This book will teach you how to flip  your mental coin, and start seeking ways to find the positive in EVERY situation.”Key concepts discussed in the interview::

  • What is a good  work ethic?
  • 3 keys to discovering the positive possibilities in every situation
  • The 10 core values and tools needed for success
  • The importance of giving back to  community
  • Methods, strategies  and character-building  for  long-term success

See more info on Dr. Jenkins Facebook Fan Page:—https://facebook.com/drmattjenkins    About Dr. Mathew JenkinsDr. Jenkins received the  Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree (DVM) from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, he conducted research on animal diseases in Greenland while serving as a US Air force officer.  Soon after, he then ventured into his first business project, running several after-hour animal clinics in Long Beach, CA, before establishing a highly successful real estate company covering eight states.Dr. Jenkins  servedas Interim President of Tuskegee University, Alabama, in October 2013April 2014. It proved to the most fulfilling assignments in his life.Alongside his wife, Roberta Jenkins, he established the Jenkins Family Foundation that helps black students go to college.For more information.https://facebook.com/drmattjenkinshttps://facebook.com/bestsellergirlhttps://www.facebook.com/marthatucker777https://facebook.com/drmatthewjenkins   

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