Jermayne’s most recent work, It’s Nice To Be Nice, a transformational approach to peace, balance, and harmony is a shift from her five other published books.
The writing style
Similar to previous writings, Jermayne’s new, nonfiction text, It’s Nice To Be Nice, a transformational approach to peace, balance, and harmony is also written in straightforward, easy to comprehend style, and offers multifaceted dynamics for conversation and practical application.
Basis for the writing
The text is borne out of vetted experiences and is guided by the premise:
Only what is within a person will come out.
It is undergirded by the insight that:
Nearly every action begins with a thought.
--Ghandi, Emerson, Dyer
and the insight that:
Sometimes the persona gets larger than the person.
--Bishop T. D. Jakes
As such, it cultivates a paradigm that:
Transforming thoughts creates productive change in:
*perception *actions *reactionsImportance of the writing
Informed by interconnected ideas, the text is a course in self-mastery that encourages readers to choose the areas, approaches, scenarios, as well as the pace they will begin to work on positive change that will impact them personally and professionally.
Equally notable, the fundamentals of the text expand the potential for readers to increase positive experiences for themselves and for the people around them.
The culminating resulting is that the text provides:
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