RAISING BOYS WITH CHARACTER AND COURAGE – LETTERS TO OUR SONS

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FROM THE BOOK LETTERS TO OUR SONS

Don’t just look at statistics about boys; look at what young leaders of this next generation are accomplishing. The next generation of young men with character will need:

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Courage: Courage, also known as bravery, will, and loyalty, is the ability to confront fear, pain and uncertainty.
Clarity: Clarity is clearness or lucidity as to perception or understanding; freedom from indistinctness or ambiguity.

Competence: Competence is the quality of being competent; adequacy; possession of required skill, knowledge, qualification, or capacity.
Coachability: Coachability is the ability to take direction from others.
Character: Character is moral or ethical quality: a man of fine, honorable character; qualities of honesty, courage, or integrity.

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“The future destiny of a child is always the work of the mother.” ~Napoleon Bonaparte

 

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Letters to Our Sons by Yolanda Shields – PURCHASE BOOK TODAY

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Letters to Our Sons

Countless books have been published suggesting self-help advice for mothers and their sons to nurture their relationship, but none have offered both no-nonsense insight and humor with impactful faith-based take-away tools to help a mother shape her young boy into a successful man of Godly character.

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“A mother is not a person to lean on but a person to make leaning unnecessary.” ~Dorothy Canfield Fisher

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About lettertooursons

Yolanda Shields best-selling author has over 20 years of experience as a business leader and also does international workforce development and social entrepreneurship work in the continent of Africa and other 3rd World Countries. She is a much sought-after speaker and trainer in the area of small business, entrepreneurship, nonprofit startup and sustainability, fund development, grant writing, diversity, human capital management, career development, and social entrepreneurship. She has traveled extensively throughout the United States, France, and Africa. “I serve and guide individual solopreneurs or companies to new levels, expand growth and scale businesses to make a significant impact to produce an increased value that stands out among others. I love working in a collaborative way with leaders to translate business vision into strategic plans that are aligned to execute with excellence and sustainability”. She has earned a B.S. in Education and Social Work (APSU) MBA (HRM and Entrepreneurship). She has been appointed by Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam to the Statewide Disability Board and the Labor and Workforce Development Board for the State of Tennessee and Vice Chair the Oversight Committee. She has assisted over 20 corporations in the areas of fund development, talent development, strategic planning, executive coaching/training, business operations and celebrity charity management. She is currently a mentor at the Vanderbilt University Wond’ry Innovation Center. She has worked with such celebrities as CeCe Winans, Darrell Green, Art Monk, Tony Boselli, and many others. Yolanda’s first book released in September 2013 which included a 10 city tour in 2013-2014 across the United States, France and continent of Africa where she shared her inspirational book dedicated to “Mothers & Son’s” – “Letters to Our Sons” – A Mother’s Journey Raising Sons to Become Men with Character and Courage. Her 2nd Book focused on Entrepreneurship and Business Strategy released February 2016 “Entrepreneurship is a MindSet not a Storefront”. For more information on Ms. Yolanda Shields visit www.YolandaEShields.com To Book her Email Booking@YesBuilds.com
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