The Tiny Warrior

A Path to Personal Discovery and Achievement

Learn to look inward and find strength by learning to use your warrior spirit in this guide from D.J. Eagle Bear Vanas, star and host of the PBS special, Discovering Your Warrior Spirit.

Why seek outside answers when you already possess the resources and power you need? In a world moving faster than ever, the challenge to stay connected to others, your visions, and yourself is great. In Native American traditions, warriors had a creed—to develop themselves as assets to the village they served. Your "village" can be your family, community, company, clients, or the world — anyone you serve. The warrior concept transcends race, gender, or age.

Noted Native American speaker turned author D. J. Eagle Bear Vanas uses wisdom from his Odawa Indian roots and his path as an officer in the U.S. Air Force and later as an entrepreneur to interweave the Native tradition of storytelling with practical key bits of knowledge to live and learn by. By following Vanas's direction, you can develop your talent and ability to better serve and defend others. As a bonus, Vanas includes "Reflections and Breakthroughs" space at the end of the book for you to record your own revelations on each chapter.

About the Author

D. J. Eagle Bear Vanas is a nationally acclaimed motivational speaker and author of Odawa Indian and Dutch descent. His experiences as a veteran Sun Dancer, captain in the U.S. Air Force, and business owner give him powerful insight into boosting performance and breaking through the barriers to success. One of the only Native American members of the National Speakers Association, D.J. owns Native Discovery Inc., a company dedicated to "building the warriors of tomorrow today". His clients include NASA, Hewlett-Packard, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and hundreds of Native American tribes, nations, and schools. D.J. and his wife, Arienne, live with their daughter, Gabrielle, in Colorado.

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