Master entrepreneur, original hip-hop mogul, and "New York Times" bestselling author Russell Simmons shares the most fundamental key to success--meditation--and guides readers to use stillness as a powerful tool to access their potential.
In the "New York Times" bestseller "Super Rich," Russell Simmons proved that to be rich is more than just having money in the bank--wealth is about balance, joy, and conscientious living.
In "Success Through Stillness," Simmons shows the connection between inner peace and outward success through interviews with other successful leaders in various industries, and how learning to be still has been instrumental in his own career. Simmons attributes his meditation practice with changing his life for the better and says that there is no "bad" way to meditate, only different forms for different people.
In this highly anticipated new book, Russell Simmons guides readers into finding greater clarity and focus, and explains how to be healthier in both mind and body. Simmons breaks down what he's learned from masters of meditation into a guide that is accessible to those unfamiliar with the practice.
About the Author
RUSSELL SIMMONS is the founder or cofounder of numerous successful companies and philanthropic organizations, including Def Jam Records, Phat Farm clothing, the dRush advertising agency, and Rush Philanthropic.
NELSON GEORGE is a groundbreaking journalist, cultural critic, novelist, and filmmaker. Among his nine books are Show and Tell, the award-winning Death of Rhythm & Blues, and Hip Hop America, . He can be reached at www.nelsongeorge.com.
Chris Morrow is the author of "Stir It Up: Reggae Album Cover Art" and has written about hip-hop and politics for numerous publications, including "The Source" and "The New York Daily News". A resident of Brooklyn, New York, he has been working as a speechwriter for Russell Simmons since 2003.
Russell Simmons is . . .
“a regular Midas man . . . He’s spreading the wealth by sharing his ideas.”
“the original and eternal hip-hop mogul . . . one of the most innovative and influential figures in modern American business and culture."
—New York Daily News
the “CEO of hip-hop”