ELevate Scaffolding Groups

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ELevate Scaffolding Group

Are you an anointed woman who considers herself a Kingdom mover and shaker? Do want to achieve more with your life, career and relationships? Are you someone who sets the bar high for yourself? Are you interested in becoming successful, but not at the expense of others? Are you spiritual? Do you want to engage with others in a meaningful, non threatening competitive way? Do you want to be around people looking for other like minded individual with whom you connect with, learn from, and share ideas with? Well perhaps the ELevate Scaffolding is for you! ELevate Scaffolding is the brain child of Dawn Davis Lawrence. It's primary aim is to support you through your time of personal growth, revelation, identification, transformation and transition. Why? because none of the above should be ventured alone or needs to be done alone. ELevate Scaffolding provides a warm, welcoming, challenging yet non threatening environment for you to explore, grow and discover your what, your why, your where, your when, your who and your how? Not everyone is ready for ELevate Scaffolding that's why we don't accept everyone who applies, you've got to be someone who has drive and motivation. However if you do meet the criteria

This is a great opportunity to work along side other anointed women who want to advance in their lives. You will have access to a members only area, conferences, retreats, webinars and a whole host of opportunities to assist you in discovering and living YOUR BEST LIFE.

 

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Do you want to take your life up a pace? Are you ready to take it to the next level, to earn more, achieve more, live your best life? Do you want to be happier, wealthier and healthier? Do you want to learn how to achieve the success you know you are capable of?

Told at the age of twelve; by her head teacher, that she would amount to nothing more than to work in a sausage factory, placed in remedial class for an extensive portion of her secondary school years, one of only two black children in her class, Dawn became familiar with the face of discrimination and racism.


KEEP PUTTING YOUR HAND UP
Told at the age of twelve; by her head teacher, that she would amount to nothing more than to work in a sausage factory, placed in remedial class for an extensive portion of her secondary school years, one of only two black children in her class, Dawn became familiar with the face of discrimination and racism.
When her English class was asked to write a essay on the title “the day the earth stood still” Dawn eagerly unleashed her extravagant imagination; finally finishing the piece she handed it in to her class teacher. Later that week Dawn was summoned to the front of the class, at which the teacher yelled, “this is what you get when you cheat” holding up Dawn’s essay paper; showing the class the red line she’d drawn through it and the large F she’d written over it. with the laughter of her peers accompanying her back to her seat, Dawn’s head bowed in shame, she hadn’t cheated; she really had written the essay all by herself.
Hanging her head down and fighting back the tears, Dawn noticed the teacher had written something at the bottom right hand corner of her essay, drying her tears she managed to make sense of the scraggy hand writing in red;  “what banana boat do you think I just jump off? You didn’t write this!” Broken, but not crushed, Dawn continued to write and to read every book she could get her hands on. When the onslaught of racism from her teachers became too much for her, instead of going to class; she would hide out in the school library and read to her hearts content.