Testimonials

“Words alone can’t express my gratitude and appreciation for the services provided by Dr. Shelly Cameron. In preparing for interviews I realized that I possessed the knowledge and skills necessary to perform my role as a healthcare professional. However, I lacked the confidence and ability to convey my worth to future employers. Under the coaching of Dr. Cameron, I was able to confidently and boldly stress how valuable of an asset I would be to future employers. Her strategies are thorough and effective. Thank you for providing me with the tools necessary to master any interview. –Tamara Sawyers MSN/EDU,RN

“I was one of your students in the workshop in Broward Career Professional Placement Network (PPN). I purchased your book and I enjoyed every page. Thanks for wrting this book. I am very satisfied. I learned about Albert Einstein recovering from mistakes and it is important to remember that only the people that don’t give up are the ones that success. Thanks again for your book. Waiting for the others” –  Milciades Adrion

“It was a pleasure to meet you in your seminar. Thanks for sharing with us your experience. I admire your job and your charisma”. – Adriana Arias Restrepo

“Great book by Dr Shelly. Met her at the an event dedicated to support Carribean Entrepeneurs and more in (Washington) DC. Such a pleasure seeing someone who ascribes and embodies the ethos of her book. Success Strategies is a sweet source of regular inspiration and strategic direction that applies to my situation and that of many others. You can take a nugget at a time and apply that to an approach or predicament. Succeed and revisit for another nugget. Thank you for a great piece of work” – Einsten Ntim

“Awesome read! I think this is a must read for anyone looking to move ahead but searching for some support to visualize their dream. The real life stories brings you to that “aha” moment and causes you to pause, reflect and say “I can achieve that too”. What I heard echoed most is one word ‘sticktoitiveness’ – the ability to remain committed despite the odds, which I think defines many who have made it” – Hyacinth Campbell

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