No one leaves their home country to work abroad, without wanting to build a better life for themselves and their families. Unfortunately, poor decisions often limit the benefits that the migrant worker experience delivers. Author Gee Isa-al is stepping up to help recently releasing “Home at Last!” a guidebook for the migrant worker who would like to achieve the dream of financial freedom.
What defines success as a migrant worker? In the eyes of most of the workers themselves, it’s using their time working away from home and their families, to build enough wealth to change their lives in a very dramatic and lasting way. Sadly, this mark is missed much more often than it’s hit. The good news is that author Gee Isa-al, a former migrant worker herself, has recently announced the launch of “Home at Last! How Migrant Workers Can Retire Rich and Worry Free!” Published by Black Card Books, the new book outlines in a clear and easy to understand way, a very achievable plan, where nearly any migrant worker can obtain financial freedom – if they stay focused, committed and avoid the common pitfalls that so often derail success.
“My new book ‘Home at Last’ is about using the opportunity as a migrant worker to master the art of investing, which is a clear path to financial freedom,” commented the author. “It’s about starting new patterns that have been proven to deliver results over the long term and not making poor decisions in the moment. When we come overseas it’s to build a better life and ‘Home at Last’ is the guidebook for achieving that dream. I knew when I was able to help myself and my family in such a dramatic way, I had an obligation to share these lessons with other people facing the same challenges. I hope ‘Home at Last’ gets in the hands that needs it and helps transform lives.”
According to the author, in addition to deeply exploring investing from the perspective of a migrant worker, it also devotes time to cover many other areas that are vital to the migrant worker experience. Highlights include: developing a proper mindset and attitude for success, because without these a migrant worker is unlikely to be able to meet the challenges ahead; learning how to budget and control finances, setting up the conditions that allow growth to occur; how to develop the heart of an entrepreneur while still playing the role of an employee; and how to guard peace of mind, when sometimes things don’t go exactly as planned – an issue that’s sure to arise.
The official book launch is scheduled to be held at The Colonial @ Scots on Saturday, August 13th, 2016, with the community invited to attend. The Colonial @ Scots is located at 31 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228243. Registration starts at 3:30 PM and the gala will run between 4PM to 6PM.
To give back to the community, something very important to both Gee Isa-al and Black Card Books, the event will also act as a fundraiser to help the disadvantaged, the elderly and homeless children.
Early feedback for “Home at Last” from readers who received advance copies has been quite passionate.
A. Mendoza, founder of Rampver Strategic Advisers recently remarked about the book, “This is personal finance from someone who totally understands and appreciates the adventures of Filipinos in foreign lands, who share hopes and dreams for a better life. Gee has a unique point of view—she walked the path and has the authority to write about what truly works. This book is a must for all who desire genuine financial stability and prosperity after years of toils and sacrifice.” – Charmaine Velarde Black Card Books, Office: 1-646-530-0189, firstname.lastname@example.org