I Have the Power is the story of an African child, born in a remote area in Zambia. It follows the life of Nkandu Beltz and the challenges of being born a girl in a Southern African country. It describes the realization she reached in her life that she has the power to make a difference and that no one can suppress her integrity simply because she was born a girl. This is her journey as a philanthropist, social change-maker and Young Social Pioneer in her new home country, Australia. The book will inspire you to strive for greatness and unlock your potential to change the world by performing little acts of kindness and challenging your beliefs on leadership. This is a great book for everyone to read. It is a great gift for young people who may be feeling disempowered. 1. Recognizing opportunity when it's presented to you 2. Making a decision without fear 3. Becoming a social change-maker 4. Gaining confidence in yourself 5. Global perspective on how people live and their plights 6. Setting goals and achieving them 7. The importance of mentors
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|Size: ||3.6 MB|
|Publisher: ||Gowor International Publishing|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9780992497743 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|