New York Times Features Outskirts Press Self-Publishing Author Seneca Medici

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The New York Times Holiday Edition features self-publishing author Seneca Medici. Medici’s motivational and inspirational book Jedi Councils: How Cavemen Became Kings prompts readers to grow and find success by using their knowledge and wisdom to turn their dreams into a reality and to shape a life worth living.

About the Author

Seneca Medici is an armed services veteran and a dedicated student of people and life. Realizing the knowledge and insight he had, he began writing his self-help and motivational book. Seneca has a unique and valuable perspective on how to vanquish your fears, obstacles and enemies while achieving your goals and embracing your dreams.

Jedi Councils: How Cavemen Became Kings

“Be king of queen of your life — not a pawn.”

That is51F87rl2BQL._SX332_BO1,204,203,200_ the motto of Seneca Medici’s self-help inspirational book. The author shows readers that throughout history, many most profound historical figures have contributed to society’s current level of civilization. Most had a team of mentors and role players surrounding them and propelling them to greatness. For the purposes of the author’s life and his book, he calls these historical teams “Jedi Councils” as he uses Star Wars quotes and lessons to support his philosophies.

Using his unique perspective and take on his philosophies Medici helps transport the knowledge and wisdom of greats from their minds into yours creating the first step in catapulting readers in achieving their goals and dreams.

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