Sports Science student writes self-help book urging people to stay positive
Emmanuel Ajetunmobi pens 'I Can, I Will, I Must!'
Inspired by the death of his beloved aunt, University of East London (UEL) Sports Science student Emmanuel Ajetunmobi has written a self-help book encouraging people to always stay positive.
Emmanuel, 20, from Rainham in Essex, began writing I Can, I Will, I Must! in 2016.
He said, “I've always had the idea to write, but when my aunt passed away, I thought ‘It’s time to get it started’.
“After mourning her death, I wanted to write a book that would help people think positive thoughts in every situation.
“I choose the title because my message is that anything you want to do in life is possible, as long as you have the ‘I can, I will, I must!’ attitude.”
Emmanuel was a student at Barking and Dagenham College studying for a BTEC Diploma in Sports when he began writing the book, and he found the writing process a challenge. But he said he felt compelled to continue.
“It was hard to balance my studies and the writing of the book,” Emmanuel confessed. “But the book was and still is one of the things that is constantly on my mind. I'm always thinking of ways to become better and to improve.”
Emmanuel released the book through KB Publishing, and has worked hard to promote it.
Though I Can, I Will, I Must! is Emmanuel’s first book, he is already planning his next one.
I Can, I Will, I Must! is available to buy on Amazon