Yinka Olaito, Communications Specialist, to Release ” My Scar”, Other New Books in November
The two books titled ‘My Scar: How to transform personal challenges, emotional Wounds Into Scars and Make them Global Gain’ and Personal Insecurity: Unveiling the soft weapons Behind Wanton Destruction of Relationships, Marketplace and Nations’ encapsulated years of research. More importantly, the two books also captured the personal captivating and challenging stories of the author.
The book ‘Personal Insecurity’ deals with a peculiar evil common to all which is capable of bringing down the roof if not managed. Personal insecurity according to the author is ‘not an entirely bad trait. It is the unwarranted associated fears common with it that destroy its armour bearer and possibly its object’
Every successful person needs a dose of personal insecurity which must drive him towards the achievement of purpose he is here for. Unfortunately many allow the fear associated with this cankerworm to destroy possible life full of achievements that is available. The book further challenges readers to see personal insecurity as a tool, motivator and not as evil. When personal insecurity is allowed to rule, the author affirms this will become a harbinger of woes in leadership, relationships, homes and governance.
Relating this to leadership, the author claims ‘Personal insecurity is the root of many vices such as stealing and corruption in the high places common in the third world. As long as leaders do not acknowledge they have the capacity to survive outside the government, they will do all sorts of things’. Fear of tomorrow makes people do stuff.
In its conclusion, the book ‘Personal Insecurity’ establishes and examines the seductive nature, unveils evils associated with it. More importantly, the Personal Insecurity book offers practical, daily solution and ways of escape to individual, organizations, and leaders of nations.
In ‘My Scar: How To transform Personal challenges, emotional wounds into scars and Make them global Gain’ Yinka Olaito challenges the erroneous and age-long cliché which says time heals a wound. To the author ‘time does not heal a wound’. He says people should not subscribe to such lie! Rather he believes ‘individual begins the process and then time serves as support system’.
The book also stated personal challenges and emotional wound can heal. It is only those who have turned their wounds into scars that are qualified to be stars and are conquerors’.
The book also contains insightful and challenging life’s stories of the author and how he had turned around his wounds into scars. Not being a superman, the author shared captivating stories about how Angels in form of humans showed up on his ways to help.
While explaining the process of turning personal challenges, emotional wounds into scars, the author affirms this ‘process will demand individuals’ willingness to forgive, learn, grow and stretch’.
In conclusion, ‘My Scar: states ‘when the healing process is completed, the scars indicate the individual had won battles and traveled a road which had swallowed many’.
It is only when the wounds are healed and turned into scars that the survivor becomes a star. Only people with beautiful scar’ stories can help Millions across the globe break their glass ceilings.
These two books are billed to be released in November 2019. For now, readers who want to buy each of the books at fifty percent discount can reach out to the author, Yinka Olaito on his email; firstname.lastname@example.org