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Pushing the Generations Forward by Kwamane O. Harris, MBA, CPLC

Pushing the Generations Forward

Finding Your Purpose Through the Next Generation

by Kwamane O. Harris, MBA, CPLC

Pages: 96

Dimensions: 6 x 9

Category
  • SELF-HELP - Motivational & Inspirational
  • SELF-HELP - Personal Growth - Success
  • FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - Dysfunctional Families

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781662855733

Price : $13.99



“It is not taboo to go back and fetch what you forgot.” The West African concept of “Sakofa” teaches us that in order to understand our future, we must go back to examine our past. In this process, we discover that everything that has been lost can be found again. In this compelling book, author Kwamane O. Harris discusses how we can apply this principle in our lives and use it to propel ourselves as well as future generations into a better and brighter future. 
Pushing the Generations Forward by Kwamane O. Harris, MBA, CPLC is an inspiring book which delves deep into issues including spirituality, racism, oppression, mental health, purpose, growth and fixed mindsets, brain science, and resilience. In the book, the author shares how the mentality of pushing the generations forward saved his life, allowing him to adopt a mindset and see life outside of himself, one outside of generational trauma, poverty, depression, and systemic racism and oppression. 
The mindset of pushing the generations forward provided Kwamane with purpose that helped him persevere through the challenges of life, and it will do the same for readers. Through his words, he emphasizes that we must survive because the next generation is counting on us. It is up to us to make the world a better place for them, and in doing so, we will find the purpose and fulfilment we have been searching for.

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As the recipient of the Utah’s Business Magazine Top 20 in their 20’s award, Kwamane’s life has been devoted to helping others in some way. Kwamane has been supporting at risk youth and families for the last 15 years, and he has a proven ability to engage youth and families through advocacy, civic engagement, and evidence-based prevention programming. Most recently, Kwamane worked with the United Nations Civil Society Youth Committee that led outreach initiatives for the 68th Civil Society Conference, which was attended by 2,000 representatives from more than 500 civil society organizations from over 100 countries. Kwamane currently holds a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, an Master’s Degree in Business Administration, and is a Certified Professional Life Coach. Kwamane enjoys sports, mountain biking, and just being able to connect with Friends and Family.

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