Todd Tukey and Nazanin Weck wrote this book to combat the negativity surrounding the US election, BREXIT and other heated political events in the world. They reached out to leaders around the globe to gain the personal advice in “Your Journey to a Bright Future.”


Inspired by the advice, they developed activities and a unique concept for youth to "become the authors" of their own story.

Todd and Nazanin committed to make the book free with the hope of changing the world -- or at least one person in it.    Download the free e-Book



Todd Tukey

Todd grew up in a small town in the state of Maine (USA), and he later lived in Atlanta, Boston, London and Los Angeles to experience city living.

Todd came up with the concept for this book while watching a documentary about Malala Yousafzai, the teen who was shot by the Taliban for advocating for girls to attend school in Pakistan. After recovering, Malala proclaimed: “It is so hard to get things done in this world but you try and too often it doesn't work but you have to continue and you never give up."

Inspired by these words, Todd reached out to contacts around the globe for advice to empower youth. This book motivated Todd to follow his own dream of moving to Nashville to work at Bass, Berry & Sims, one of the most respected law firms in the world.

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Nazanin Weck

Nazanin grew up in Tehran, Iran and moved to the USA when she was 12 years old to escape the war in her country. Since then, she has traveled all over the world and lived in many different places.

Nazanin currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia, where she is very involved in the community through volunteer work and serves on many boards. She has always had a passion for design and wanted to contribute her unique vision to this book.

Having a pre-teen daughter, she understands the importance of inspiring, encouraging and empowering our youth. In her current role as the Marketing Manager of one of the largest counties in the state of Georgia, Nazanin understands the strength in cultural diversity and uses it to encourage dialogue among peers and leaders.

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