visión de conjunto:Críticas Author and poet Cleo Wade will make your day with her inspiring and uplifting outlook on life.--PEOPLE[Cleo Wade] helps others find their power -- and use it. Her words are meant as a balm and a spark; they are intended to soothe your sore spots and to motivate you to soothe the sore spots of others.--Bustle Reseña del editor NATIONAL BESTSELLER Cleo Wade&;s second anthology of heartfelt poetry and prose builds on the wisdom of her bestselling book Heart Talk encouraging you to remain hopeful and harness your personal power to bring positive change into our world.Where to Begin is perfect for those who are ready to be a part of building a society rooted in love acceptance justice and equality. From Cleo Wade: Where to Begin is a collection of the ideas mantras and poems I turn to when I feel like I am losing it. I wrote this so that I could put them all in one place when I felt overwhelmed by worry fear anxiety or helplessness. The words in this book are what stop me from walking away from the problems of the world during tough times. They also help me stay connected to hope during difficult moments and remind me that even on the days that feel the most daunting I still have the power to show up and do something somewhere in some way. Change-making comes in all sizes. It doesn&;t always have to be one big gesture or nothing. As my friend Jenna often says &;The big stuff is the small stuff.&; Your big life is made up of a collection of all of your small moments. Our big world is a made up of a collection of all of our small actions. This book is about where to begin. Biografía del autor Cleo Wade is the author of the bestselling book Heart Talk: Poetic Wisdom for a Better Life. Her poetry artwork and prose speaks to our collective power to create change through an individual commitment to self-care beloved community building and social justice. Cleo has been named one of America's 50 Most Influential Women by Marie Claire 100 most creative people in business by Fast Company and The Millennial Oprah by New York magazine. Cleo lives in New York City where she sits on the board of The Lower East Side Girls Club The National Black Theatre in Harlem as well as the advisory board of Gucci's Chime for Change.