Author Abel Mavura will next week launch his book "The Art of Realising your Dream" in Harare. The book will be sold locally and in some regional countries.
"All is set for the launch and we are optimistic that our distribution plan will work," he said.
Mavura believes life is viewed as dynamic system with inputs, processes and outputs.
"Inputs are the efforts we put towards our goals. Processes are the challenges we face and outputs is the new being after all the hassles," he said.
The 30-year-old author believes there is need to be passionate about everything.
"At the end of the day, only the strong will keep on fighting and give birth to their pregnant dreams. Purpose is the original intent for the creation of a person or the thing; the specific function of somebody or a thing," he said.
He said the book was a true reflection of his life.
"To a greater extent, a mirror that reflects my life journey testifying on all the success stories," he said.
For him, it recognises the need for individuals to identify themselves and the importance of setting goals in life.
"We need to set goals in life, what it takes to have desire, self-belief, faith and hope, staying power, visioning, discipline and courage for one to realise them," he said.
He said the book is also an inspiration to young people to realise their dreams despite the challenges they face or their backgrounds.
"It seeks to create lessons with objective to assure all ages that life is not a constant cycle but it is dynamic," he added.
The young writer said it was important for them to give genuine and practical examples with references to bring readers close to reality.
"Of late motivational writing has been gradually evolving into the research field. Writers often preach on reported speech not from first-hand experiences. In this case it is different issue because people need genuine examples," he said.