About the Book
Even the strongest women need a village to support them.
As women, not only have we mastered the art of emotionally, physically and spiritually saving everyone except ourselves, unfortunately, we have perfected the art of doing it alone.
In Heels on Gravel, author Tamee Gordon unpacks the often overlooked principles of women understanding who we are beyond the many labels we’ve attained throughout our years (wife, mother, employee, servant), to realize that empty cups others pour out on our behalf do not equate success – our healthy bodies, spirits and minds do! Creatively blending wisdom, charm and wit to introduce biblical context in this practical devotional with a realistic approach, Tamee shares personal anecdotes that will not only make you laugh, they’ll encourage you to maintain your Christian walk, while journaling your thoughts along the way.
No longer must women bear the burden of saving the world alone! We don’t have to do it by ourselves, and we can get the job done with our heels on. If you’re ready to show the gravel who’s boss, grab your heels and let’s start walking!
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The Play-Based Organization: Leveraging Individual Creativity for Organizational, Outcomes-Based Innovation
Does game play hold the key to a better employee experience?
These days, the average employee already works hard, but navigating constant meetings, demanding tasks, deadlines, and trainings to keep up with the consistently-evolving corporate landscape through an entire pandemic often leaves them burned out and overwhelmed. The rules for engagement in business and in life are changing…and employees are demanding to be more active in creating the new rules.
In The Play-Based Organization: Leveraging Individual Creativity for Organizational, Outcomes-Based Innovation, Dr. Sandra Cleveland tackles employee disengagement spurned on by rigid company cultures by using the one tool many employers fail to realize can boost morale and save their company roster: game play. Employees who are emotionally and psychologically attached to their jobs and the workplace themselves is critical to stellar performance; gamification is a practical solution to increasing productivity, while letting the adults play!
Immerse yourself in the pages as Dr. Cleveland redefines the definition of employees and the workplace, while providing strategies to thread gamification with corporate success. We used to play for self-development, right? Why not play to WIN? If you want to find joy inside the 9-5 as well as home, The Play-Based Organization: Leveraging Individual Creativity for Organizational, Outcomes-Based Innovation is the book for you. Now…let’s play!
Michelle Opens Her First Bank Account
A penny saved is a penny earned.
Officially a published author, Michelle has sold out of her books during the Pen Legacy Book Expo at her school and must now decide what to do with all the money she has earned. Does she spend it on the things she wants or save it as she was taught?
Michelle Opens Her First Bank Account unfolds a treasury of ideas that could directly affect your child’s view of the world in which we live. When teaching children about money, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Yet, this story will be an easy and fun way to start.
Introduce your child to a mindful way to value money by joining Michelle on her exciting journey to open a bank account. Teaching responsible money habits like investing, saving and budgeting can help your child mature and grow with confidence.
This empowering story is perfect for children who want to dream big and begin their journey of securing their financial future.
Scribbles from The Heart: Letters to Jedaiah and Those to Come
Life teaches us to choose between becoming better or succumbing to the vicious blows it sometimes doles out. Many of us have already made our choice; for those who have yet to make the decision to rise from the ashes, it’s time to move!
In Scribbles from The Heart: Letters to Jedaiah and Those to Come, author Safiya shares the lessons and wisdom she has amassed over the years using straightforward transparency and candor. No matter the gender or age, men and women of all backgrounds can glean from the nuggets in this first volume of prose designed to uplift and encourage everyone who reads it. Are you ready to take the steps to from simply wishing to actually making your life better? Dive in, and be inspired to greater!
From Carefree to Caregiver!
By Teraleen Campbell Many of us were settled into our respective life’s daily routines when the health of a loved one declined. Suddenly the responsibilities being their primary caregiver became a reality. Being a caregiver is not limited to … Read More
The true Harlem. Not the city portrayed in the cinematic universe. Underground. Hardcore. Making and snatching dreams. Some deferred, others manifested. Creating sons and daughters who embrace the good with the bad and make their own universe. This is Harlem. And this, is Harlem’s son.
In Harlem’s Son, author and artist Nathaniel Stepney takes readers on his astounding journey while growing up as a young boy in New York City. With the odds stacked against him, Nathaniel overcame the hard reality of his desire to live in an environment intended to break him, to embrace the rich culture’s glorious uniqueness, innovation, and language all its own. Be inspired by photos of Nathaniel’s brilliant paintings, heartfelt poetry and prose which transcend words on a page, they capture the emotions of readers escorting them through the Chronicles of an artist.
Imagine Life Without African-American Inventors
Did you know your cellphone was invented by an African American? What about the doorknob, mailbox, or the home security system? Through the book, you will learn along with Mr. Kentrell’s class just how African American women and men contributed to the world we live in.
Imagine Life Without African American Inventors is a beautifully illustrated children’s book about inventions that has become the fabric of our everyday lives. Children will learn that some things that we may take for granted – from the components in a cell phone, streetlights, mailbox, hairbrush, potato chips, ironing board to the home security system – were created by African American men and women. As Michelle and Mr. Kentrell’s class learn about these inventors, they are asked to image life without African Americans.
Enjoy The Day, This Way
Some days are filled with pain, trauma and heartache. Then there are those where laughter and smiles prevail. But no matter the season or circumstance, we can always find a reason to enjoy the day!
In Enjoy The Day, This Way, author Patricia Wynn-Mason shares the wisdom and insight that guided her to a more joyful living. Patricia pens affirmations for each day of the week, encouraging readers to identify with the hope-filled sentiments and employ the motivation each entry provides to rise from the ashes and find the power to live each day, joyfully!
Sometimes, it’s not that we’re having a bad day…the flame just needs to be rekindled. Are you ready to conquer setbacks, adversity, self-doubt and more? Then get ready to Enjoy The Day, This Way!