Something Inside of Me: How to Hang On To Heaven When You’re Going Through Hell by Chitoka Webb is a very inspiring book. It tells the story of a woman who grew up in the housing projects in Nashville. Who didn’t get to graduate with her high school class because of being half a credit short. Who has battled a vicious disease that almost blinded her. And still came out on top!
She got her first job at the age of 13 and hasn’t stopped since. She has a state of the art barber shop and two health care companies of her own. She also started a foundation that supports community service projects and is also a successful motivational speaker.
In this book she tells stories about growing up. How she got her great faith and wisdom. How she became a CEO of several companies. And how she overcame the loss of her vision. It is sometimes funny, sometimes sad, but always inspiring.
I recommend this book to everyone. But especially to anyone who believes that you can’t get ahead in America these days. Chitoka Webb has proven that you can go from the poverty of the projects to owning profitable businesses.
I was provided two copies of the book for this review. One to review and one to giveaway. I’m going to give away both copies. The first winner will get the brand new unread book. The second winner will get the book that I read for the review. I didn’t hurt it! It is still in excellent condition. You can enter on the rafflecopter form below. If the form isn’t showing please refresh the page.