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Innermost Parts: Theory of Spiritual Relativity, Law of the Abundant Life

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Dr. Sabra R. Smith is the author of Innermost Parts: Theory of Spiritual Relativity, Law of the Abundant Life (released nationwide January 2009), whose foreword was written by national and international, motivational speaker, Les Brown. Dr. Smith has taken her experience of ‘going within’ to create the life she now lives and has written a timeless guide of practical steps on how you too can go within to find the answers you need to live your abundant life now! As an entrepreneur, Dr. Smith utilized her ‘going within’ approach to develop the mindset of the CEO. This mindset led her to become the founder and CEO of ABC Legacy Group, a business support services firm that assists entrepreneurs in developing, growing, positioning, and stabilizing their businesses. Dr. Smith is also a founding partner of Juniorversity, a state-of-the-art childcare center located in the South Bay area of Southern California. Her work in the childcare care industry positioned her to make numerous appearances on the PBS Special, “A Place of Our Own,” as the show’s expert opinion. The Institute of Scholar Training & Academic Tutorial (S.T.A.T.), a non-profit, education based organization, was founded by Dr. Sabra Smith in 1998. In 1999, the organization established the S.T.A.T. At-Risk Program, which focused on educating youth, particularly in the inner city of Los Angeles, who were at-risk of dropping out of school. In 2000, Mitchell Goldstone, USC alumnus and President of 30 Minute Photos Etc. in Irvine, Calif., united with Dr. Smith by calling attention to the Institute of Scholar Training and Academic Tutorial (S.T.A.T). Goldstone promoted S.T.A.T. to his business contacts and donated services to help raise monies to meet the program’s annual budget. Subsequent to establishing the S.T.A.T. At-Risk Program, Dr. Smith published a dissertation entitled: Internet Distance Learning and One-to-One Tutoring: A Reconceptualized Approach for Youth At-Risk of Dropping Out.