We all know someday we wouldn’t be here anymore. Not necessarily dying but we won’t be where we are forever. We will move on someday. We might leave our positions for someone to occupy. We might even take the final bow out of life. When that day comes, most of us wouldn’t like to go like the flicker—without a trace. We would like to leave behind something that says “we were here.” We would like to be remembered and somehow, we all would like to be missed.
In Unforgettable, Nesta Jojoe Erskine walks you through the subtle art of leaving a trace on the grounds that you walk. Drawing on the amazing life stories and lessons of people who have been able to leave their mark, Nesta exposes the forgotten little things in life one has to do to leave a mark on the hearts of people they have dealings with. In the end, you’ll realize that you don’t have to be Dr. Kwame Nkrumah or Mother Teresa or Martin Luther King Jr. before you can leave a mark.
Your life, however brief it may be, if it’s lived well, you too can leave your mark and be Unforgettable.