We likkle but we tallawah is an expression often used to describe Jamaica and Jamaicans. It means that small as Jamaica is, Jamaicans have made their mark in virtually every field of endeavour across the four corners of the globe in numbers and on a scale disproportionate to the size of the country. Lloyd Eubank-Green identifies a small sampling of these Jamaicans whom he describes as our gifts to the world emphasizing the fact that their achievements have been for the most part, as much global as local and regional in their impact.They include the famous and the not so famous; stories of exploits that are well-known as well as others that have never been told and many that will surprise the unsuspecting reader by the strength of their impact and the extent of their global influence. Through these short biographies with their stories of persistence, ambition, guts and positive thinking, the author hopes to inspire a new generation of young Jamaicans to emulate the achievements of these positive role models and achieve their highest potential.
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Lloyd-Eubank Green, PhD is a trainer, coach and mentor who, through his company Eubank-Green and Associates, enables Jamaicans to lift themselves from ordinary to extraordinary performers in their organizations. He was educated in Jamaica and the UK and devotes much of his time to charitable work. He is married to Pauline and is the father of five children.
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