I Am - Nathan Anderson

Sunday 19 November 2017
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Where the Wild Things Are
Register until 19 November 2017 10:00 AM

Join author Nathan Anderson for the launch of his book I Am.

About I Am:

I Am is more than just a children's book, it is a movement that will change the world, one child at a time. The meaning behind each page will speak to individuals but its message will resonate with all.

I Am is for sharing, to talk about and exchange ideas. I Am is who you are and destined to be, for whatever follows these words is self-fulfilling.

Each time I Am is read, each statement is clear and powerful, reinforcing resilience, self-belief and optimism.

Reading and sharing this book with any child you love will only further strengthen your bond. It cannot be underestimated how much I Am can truly shape and have a profound impact on how we all view and treat each other and ourselves. Practicing such mindfulness each day will help us against any challenge we may face.

I Am was born to help inspire the next generation for a brighter future no matter their background, to allow our children to fulfill their potential and help them become who they are destined to be.

About Nathan Anderson: 

With over 10 years' experience as a recruitment specialist in the Human Resources industry, Nathan C Anderson knows people. However, it is outside of this corporate light helping others reach their career potential that he has found something even more rewarding. 

Through life's journey, Nathan has always been searching for a deeper meaning and purpose. Born to an Indo-Chinese mother and Australian father, growing up with two strong and loving sisters, and married to a smart and beautiful Nepali wide, Nathan has experienced first hand the diversity of the world and particularly the important role that women play in our lives. Being privileged enough to travel to numerous countries across the world, Nathan has been inspired by the beauty and strength of people from different cultures but saddened by the disparity of poverty and inequality he has witnessed.

Nathan has a strong sense of community, in connecting with others through service and giving back. He believes in giving time over money which has led him to volunteer thousands of hours over the years through various organisations such as the St. John's Ambulance Service, Nepal Australia Friendship Association (NAFA); and you will currently catch him during his spare time engaged in a social enterprise or volunteering at the local Children's Hospital in Brisbane.