Not Created To Come Last: Motivating African American Teens to Discipline, Educational Success, Professionalism and Leadersip

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Based on statistics, African American youth have done very well in the industries of sports and music, but still need more motivation to do as well in education and other areas.

Not Created to Come Last urges discipline, education, prayer, and hard work to motivate and guide African American teenagers to educational success, professionalism, and leadership. Though parents and guardians have important roles to play in the future success of their children, author Cajetan Ihewulezi...

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Overview

Based on statistics, African American youth have done very well in the industries of sports and music, but still need more motivation to do as well in education and other areas.

Not Created to Come Last urges discipline, education, prayer, and hard work to motivate and guide African American teenagers to educational success, professionalism, and leadership. Though parents and guardians have important roles to play in the future success of their children, author Cajetan Ihewulezi believes that every young adult has a role to play in the realization of their dreams.

'This book provides informative, straight-forward, hands on strategies for students of different ages...' -Lisa D. Smith

'Helping a child choose a career as early as possible, even if it is tentative, helps the child to focus on the foundation necessary for a future profession...' -Dr. Richard C. Dickinson

'Beginning right is the best way for a child to develop into the desire to be the best person he or she wants to be...' -Rev. William G. Gillespie

Cajetan Ngozika Ihewulezi is a Catholic priest. He received his first Master's degree at Duquesne University in Systematic Theology and a second Master's at St. Louis University in Historical Theology. He is currently earning his doctorate in Homiletics at the Aquinas Institute of Theology.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781606968857
  • Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.
  • Publication date: 3/24/2009
  • Pages: 206
  • Sales rank: 708,734
  • Product dimensions: 5.20 (w) x 8.10 (h) x 0.80 (d)

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