Book Spotlight: Poverty to Prosperity – Nick Anderson


Which five words best describe From Poverty to Prosperity?

Love, Change, Growth, Faith, and Peace!


Can you share one highlight from the book?

A true leader knows how to relinquish his control to those whom he serves, as this is where true leadership bonds are formed.  Neither power nor control will sustain over time as these are merely weak bonds build upon a feeling of superiority.  Those who understand the importance of being an enabler to the talents of the people they serve will allow them to be a vital part of the team’s success.  If you want to truly be a leader, empower and enable the people around you.  Inclusion is where the best and brightest lights get their shine.  Be willing to dim your light just a little and see how much of a difference it will make in others.


What is the purpose of this book?

I wrote this book to help share life’s journey of Love, Growth, and Change with others who have struggled with overcoming the pitfalls that life throws at us.  No matter where you are on your journey, you can elevate yourself from your present environment and experience life at its’ fullest.  My writings will help educate the reader on how to overcome their barriers while at the same time educating them of other 


 Are there themes that you find turn up again and again in your work? A common thread? 

One common theme you will find in my works is around breaking Generational Curses.  “Some of the biggest challenges in life stem from the struggle to break generational curses.” 



Which character or part of the book was the most fun to write? Which part was the hardest? 

The part that was the most fun to write about was the places that I have traveled to in the past and the great people I met along the way.  The most difficult part to write about was the memories of seeing my younger brother’s lifeless body laid on a gurney and the pain my loved ones and I were experiencing in that moment.



Can you tell us something that even your most loyal fans may not know about you?  

I had to learn to use an outhouse when I was very young due to use not having running water.


Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?

My writings not only help you with examining your past, but they also provide insight into what is happening right now in the world along with insight on the future to come.

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