For everyone who has ever yearned for a better life and a better world, Craig and Marc Kielburger share a blueprint for personal and social change that has the power to transform lives, one act at a time. Through inspirational contributions from people from all walks of life, the Kielburgers reveal that a more fulfilling path is ours for the taking when we find the courage to reach out.
Me To We is an approach to life that leads us to recognize what is truly valuable, make new decisions about the way we want to live, and re-define the goals we set for ourselves and the legacy we want to leave. Written by individuals who have followed the Me To We philosophy, including Oprah Winfrey, Richard Gere, Queen Noor, and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Above all, it creates new ways of measuring happiness, meaning, and success in our lives, and makes sure these elusive goals are attainable at last.
Best of all, Me to We is relevant to all readers including parents, young people, seniors and business leaders providing practical ways on how to incorporate this philosophy into your lives. Be inspired and share the feeling with your neighbours, friends and family. Your life will never be the same!
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About the Authors:
Craig Kielburger is the founder of Free the Children, which has become the largest international network of children helping children, having impacted over one million children in 35 countries. The organization has built more than 400 primary schools, providing daily education to over 35,000 children and has been twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Craig’s work has been profiled on Oprah, 60 Minutes, CNN, CBC and in the New York Times, Time, The Economist and People Magazine. Craig has traveled to more than 40 countries, speaking out in defense of children’s rights. His first book, Free the Children, has been translated into 8 languages and was the winner of the Christopher Book Award.
Marc Kielburger is a Harvard graduate, Rhodes Scholar and Oxford educated lawyer. He co-founded Leaders Today in 1999, which annually provides leadership training to more than 250,000 young people and has worked with the United Nations, State of the World Forum and numerous school boards throughout North America. His work has been profiled on CBC, CNN, BBC and in Macleans, Report on Business Magazine and the Los Angeles Times. Marc has co-authored with his brother Craig Take Action! and Take More Action! used by tens of thousands of students and educators across North America. Marc was recently chosen as one of Canada’s "Top 40 leaders under the age of 40".