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    The YSS Medallion Pendants Includes antiqued brass-look chain with lobster clasp.
    These pendants can be used to tether to a walking stick, as a pendant, etc.
    1) Abigail Adams Lamp of Learning The truth, understanding, wisdom and knowledge we gain can enlighten our minds and brighten our path. This lamp represent the preparation for your future as you study, learn and refine your talents and skills. 2) Rosa Parks Outstanding Citizenship The mighty acorn can seem inconsequential; but the potential for a great contribution is there. In the same way, as we own our role in our community and country, we can have the power to move the cause of liberty and perpetuate freedom for others. 3) Sacagawea Georgic Freedom The “Georgic” tradition is one of the 4 Lost American Ideals. Like the bird in flight, Georgic values include being a producer, adding value, being self-reliant, being prepared and trusting in abundance and providence as we seek to be a resource and a guide. These characteristics were featured in the life of the namesake of this achievement area, Shoshone guide Sacagawea. 4) Hannah Hendee Family & Spiritual Values [who was Hannah Hendee?] Hannah Hendee’s story of courage and inspired feminine ambition illustrates the truth that women can be strong and kind, wise and humble, gentle and unyielding. The tree represents the enduring influence, over generations, of a individual who leads her life with dignity and according to principle. 5) Margaret Thatcher Leadership Excellence Leadership has many faces. Many are those who did not seek to be placed "above" or "in front of" others, and yet who were called upon to strengthen, inspire, give direction or confront a challenge. The star symbolizes the beautiful and constant character of a leader who is prepared to meet that need, and lets her light shine. 6) Mother Teresa Hands in Service Of all the ways we can seek to improve ourselves, none is more important or has greater impact—on ourselves or on others—than the service we render. Whether it be scheduled, planned and carried out with an organized group, or spontaneous and beyond the view or knowledge of anyone – the hand reaching out with the heart of love is the highest expression of the Young Stateswoman’s values and ideals.
  • The YSS Medallion Pendants 1) Benito Juarez/Abigail Adams Lamp of Learning The truth, understanding, wisdom and knowledge we gain can enlighten our minds and brighten our path. This lamp represent the preparation for your future as you study, learn and refine your talents and skills. 2) Rosa Parks/George Washington Outstanding Citizenship The mighty acorn can seem inconsequential; but the potential for a great contribution is there. In the same way, as we own our role in our community and country, we can have the power to move the cause of liberty and perpetuate freedom for others. 3) Gandhi/Sacagawea Georgic Freedom The “Georgic” tradition is one of the 4 Lost American Ideals. Like the bird in flight, Georgic values include being a producer, adding value, being self-reliant, being prepared and trusting in abundance and providence as we seek to be a resource and a guide. These characteristics were featured in the life of the namesake of this achievement area, Indian liberator Mohandes Gandhi. 4) Hannah Hendee/Casper ten Boom Family & Spiritual Values Casper ten Boom’s story of courage and inspired paternal leadership illustrates the truth that men can be strong and kind, wise and humble, gentle and unyielding. The tree represents the enduring influence, over generations, of a individual who leads his life with dignity and according to principle. 5) Winston Churchill/Margaret Thatcher Leadership Excellence Leadership has many faces. Many are those who did not seek to be placed above others, and yet who were called upon to strengthen, inspire, give direction or confront a challenge. The star symbolizes the constant character of a leader who is prepared to meet that need, and lets his light shine. 6) Mother Teresa/Father Damien Hands in Service Of all the ways we can seek to improve ourselves, none is more important or has greater impact—on ourselves or on others—than the service we render. Whether it be scheduled, planned and carried out with an organized group, or spontaneous and beyond the view or knowledge of anyone – the hand reaching out with the heart of love is the highest expression of the Young Statesman's values and ideals.
  • Oliver DeMille's freedom writings have never been more relevant and on-point!

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  • Teaching a Generation of Leaders for the Twenty-first Century Is American education preparing the future leaders our nation needs or merely struggling to teach basic literacy and job skills? Without leadership education, are we settling for an inadequate system that delivers educational, industrial, governmental, and societal mediocrity? In A Thomas Jefferson Education: Teaching a Generation of Leaders for the Twenty-first Century, New York Times Best-selling Author Oliver DeMille presents an overview of a new educational vision based on proven methods that really work! Teachers, students, parents, educators, legislators, leaders, and everyone who cares about America’s future must read this compelling book. Note: This volume is a philosophical overview, and not a step-by-step guide for implementation of the Leadership Education model. For additional help on application, see The Phases of Learning and Hero Education.            
  • The U.S. Constitution and the 196 Indispensable Principles of Freedom

    How To Write Constitutions in the 21st Century Oliver DeMille has described this work as his “Magnum Opus.”
    • Rich, Hardcover Kivar 7 Binding
    • Custom Cover and Interior Design by Award-winning Artist Daniel Ruesch
    • Cover Art "Liberty Tree" Embossed with Gold and Black Foil
    • Silk Bookmark Ribbon
    • Custom Endsheets
    • Fully Indexed
    • Specially Designed Margins and Endpapers for Annotation
    • Approximately 360 pages
  • There are seven types of leaders necessary for freedom to flourish. Which type are you?

    Read about the key connections between career, business and freedom.  
  • 3 Choices to Reclaim America's Destiny

    Americans who are so demonstrably willing to labor and sacrifice for the benefit of their posterity can only consent to the destruction of the forms that protect our freedoms if they do not understand what freedom is, or how to maintain it. A FreedomShift is needed today. And to accomplish it, Oliver DeMille proposes The 3 Choices to Reclaim America's Destiny. Can it be possible that such a peaceful revolution can come from three simple choices - made by a relative few?
  • A Scholar Phase Guidebook for Teens, Parents and Mentors

    Let’s just be honest. If your children don’t get a Scholar Phase, they don’t get a great education. You settle for something less. Something… more mediocre. They were meant for something better. They need a Scholar Phase. Scroll down to view product details and Chapter Outline.            
  • The Coming Aristocracy is a book for anyone concerned about the decline of America and the steady loss of freedom. More precisely, it is for those dedicated to reversing those trends through education and entrepreneurship. Drawing from years of intense and exhaustive research, Oliver DeMille demonstrates why social, economic, and political equality are being steadily eroded. He highlights