Los Angeles, California – January 2012 – This book from an award-winning international business expert helps children to take a larger view of the world. A new book from an award-winning business expert engages children in a rich global learning experience aimed at educating and inspiring them to create future opportunities for themselves. The book serves as a practical guide for both parents and children to make a lasting impact on kids’ lives.
In World Wise Children (Ultimate Trade Publishing, January 2012), author Ayse Oge provides a fun guide to teach young children how to flourish in an interconnected economy. The book is written for children ages 6 to 12, and it encourages them to build relationships with others and work collaboratively across different boundaries to navigate opportunities.
Stemming from her lifetime of cross-cultural experiences, Oge has the ability to connect with young children in very special ways. This book contains 12 powerful and inspirational messages about the world. Oge includes colorful illustrations to bring the meaning alive for children and provide an interactive experience for them.
The book includes lessons like:
• How to think big, aim high, and to not allow fear and doubt keep you from doing great things.
• How to recognize differences in a variety of cultures, and how to deal with them politely.
• How to empower yourself, develop your own voice, and realize your dreams.
“When I speak on global issues, audience members ask me how they can help their children embrace an increasingly multi-cultural world,” says Oge. “This book is a tool every parent can use to help their children learn about different cultures at an early age, and it shows young children how they can make a profound impact on society. After all, children are remarkably resourceful. They just need the right tools to guide them in the right direction.”
She received Lions Club Award, March 2003, in appreciation of her invaluable services and commitment to humanity for her work in helping the youth of California-Nevada reach their potential as accomplished speakers to voice their leadership and creativity. Ayse is also recipient of Award of Excellence from UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund), June 29, 1997, Voices of UNICEF 1997, Los Angeles.
Oge is active on a number of education boards, and she understands that having a global mindset begins at a very young age. As a Board Member of BESAC (Business Education Statewide Advisory Committee) and Leadership through Educational Research, she supports the need to educate youth for the new world they will inherit, as well as extend global education to post-secondary students, educators, and administrators in the state of California.
Ayse Oge is a global business consultant, public speaker and educator. She is the author of several books, including “Go Global to Win”, and “Global Business Guide.” Through all of her international experience, she has realized that the world of global business will continue to grow, as long as people are willing to collaborate with each other. She is the recipient of the 2009 San Fernando Valley Business Journal Outstanding Women in Business Recognition Award for her sustained contribution to global business.