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Lavaille Lavette Features Alana Stewart in Her New Book 86400

Posted by Levine Communications Office on April 7, 2011

Lavaille Lavette, Formal Special Advisor to the Secretary of Education Breaks New Concept of ‘Purpose Management’ in New Book, 86,400

Educator and Author Lavaille Lavette featured supermodel, actress, and talk-show host Alana Stewart in her new book 86400: Manage Your Purpose to Make Every Second of Each Day Count. She expresses the inspiration from Alana Stewart about her generosity and faith which also enriches the positive ideas Lavaille promotes in the book.

“Determination and faith are the tools that have been most beneficial to me. They are so different yet so connected. I think when things go wrong and times are bad, and it looks so dismal and you think it won’t get better, that’s when you have to have faith. That is when you have to have determination to keep going. You put one foot in front of the other and keep going.”

About 86400: Manage Your Purpose to Make Every Second of Each Day Count

86,400 is the instigator for a renewed life of intention and relevance. Written by Lavaille Lavette, this book teaches anyone and everyone how they can live relevant lives to make a difference – ultimately making the most out of every single day. By showcasing how she and others manage their daily gift of 86,400 Seconds, Lavaille effectively teaches readers how they can not only make a difference, but be the difference.

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