The Millennial and The Work Place
Do you need some help to inspire you to greater things?
You can find all the motivation you need, and more, in The Millennial and the Work Place: Get Ahead and Stay Ahead, an amazing self-help book written by Millennial CEO and entrepreneur, Memory Bengesa.
Inside, Memory uses all of her 13 years in senior management to deliver a book that is packed with great advice on things like:
- Work place preparation
- Having the right attitude
- Tardiness and absenteeism
- Decision making and critical thinking
- Developing good habits
- And much more…
With The Millennial and, the Work Place you have the opportunity to get ahead of the competition and stay there, no matter what happens to you along the way.
Get a copy today and find out how you can become the Millennial who gets the success they always knew they deserved.
FREE...Overcoming Addiction Through The Power of God
It was like that for me too. I suffered, struggled and was dominated by the hold that addiction had over me. I lived hopelessly, helplessly and faithlessly in a world that wasn’t real. It was a lonely and dark road that lasted for 9 years of my life and took me to places that many never return from.
In this book, Free, I confront and share with you the separate levels of addictions, all from the point of view of a past addict who is now living freely and happily in sobriety, thanks to a God who still allowed me to feature in His plans.
The days of being controlled and dominated by irrepressible urges are behind me now. They can be behind you too. It is my wish that you read my story and become inspired, as I was once, to cast off the shackles that bind you and discover your own hope.
The Sameness Life of Nandi
Her husband is close to completely giving up on her and now, the mother she loved more than anything, who had been the rock she had clung to whenever a storm threatened to cast her completely adrift, is dead.
When Patti, Nandi’s best friend, and a successful psychologist, suggests that the two go on a girls-only road trip, Nandi jumps at the chance to get away from it all.
She thinks it’s just a couple of women on the road for a few days, but Patti has other ideas. She knows that Nandi’s life is on the line and she thinks she knows the answer.
But will returning to the town that was the source of all of Nandi’s unhappiness, that she and her mother left when she was just 10 years old, be the solution to her addiction? Or will it simply reopen old wounds and make them even harder to heal?
BLACK A Misunderstood Race "Navigating America in Black Skin"
Have you experienced racism in America?
Do you think there is still a lot of work to do to right the wrongs of prejudice?
Mansa Mnēmē was born in a country south of the African equator but moved to the United States as a teenager. There, the author discovered that racism and prejudices still remained, despite many years of progress and law making.
In the memoir the author recalls the experiences as a black immigrant into the USA, seeing it through eyes that were not accustomed to western ways and practices.
The author does so without emotion or feeling and without expressing their own views, in a simple and straightforward look at why racism persists as it does and what can be done to change the way we act and think.
Covering important stages such as denial, acceptance and approval, Mansa Mnēmē moves on to write heartfelt letters to each side of the divide, in the hope that one day a true and lasting understanding will eventually come to pass.
Read her compelling story here!
Born Again Afresh How Struggling Christians can get back on track
Her prolific writing talents have seen Memory produce a number of titles across different genres, including Born Again Afresh, FREE Overcoming addiction, The Millennial and the Work Place and her novel, Sameness Life of Nandi. Her talents have seen her be a Nanowrimo Finalist in 2014 and winner of the Gourmand Award for a cook book in 2011.
In her spare time, Memory is the Vice President of an international non-profit organization and a proficient public speaker. In the future she would like to help rewrite and publish books on African history as it has been the source of much of her writing inspiration in the past.
Nom de plume: Memory Bengesa, Mansa Mneme, M.B. Mosley, Mnemosyne
Memory, I'm so proud of you and the job you've done on Nandi's story! I'm glad I read the last pages when I did. I have been seeking God to help me to overcome food abuse. (That's embarrassing to say.) Your words helped to bring deliverance to me. I believe I am free of that abusive behavior for a lifetime. Thank you so much for opening your heart in your book. If it helped me, it can help every woman who will read it!
Editor, Author & Mentor
Being peeled from the faith is easy, but getting back on it is easier said than done. "Born Again Afresh: How Struggling Christians can Get Back on Track" is an inspirational read from Memory Bengesa as she advises lost Christians how to be born again, and keep the strength in the face of past demons. "Born Again Afresh" is a strong pick for those who have chosen to embrace Christ once more.
I enjoyed the book most when it explained problems that the “born again afresh” are likely to have, and gave good practical tips and strategies backed by lots of appropriate scripture.
I was impressed with the book and powerful message, well done Memory.