Ricky Sawi, author of a newly released book Living the Immigrant Dream, is helping the Filipino Migrant Catholic Chaplaincy by donating 50 percent of the book sales to its Emergency Fund. According to Fr. Loi Viovicente, Chaplain of Melbourne Filipino Migrants, the funds will be used to help calamity victims in the Philippines.
Ricky, through the invitation of Fr. Loi, attends Masses held around Melbourne to talk about his book. Book sales and signing follow after each Mass.
Ricky wrote Living The Immigrant Dream to empower all immigrants that they too may pursue, live, and share their dreams. The book is a guide for improving one’s life and achieving financial prosperity.
Bret Thomson, best-selling author of Client Rush says, “Living the Immigrant Dream is a valuable, hands on guide for immigrants wishing to achieve financial success in the western culture. Ricky has addressed the many objections and hurdles that most immigrants face on a daily basis and masterfully provided an all-in-one tool kit within these pages.”
Living the Immigrant Dream is now available in bookstores nationwide or at www.LivingTheImmigrantDream.com.
Ricky is an author, chemical engineer, analytical scientist, investor, entrepreneur and prosperity coach.
Contact Ricky Sawi on +61449131545 or at ricky@LivingTheImmigrantDream.com.
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