New Guide To "Making Good Shit Happen"
Author uses humor of "'that" bodily function as metaphor for change
By: Mai Publishing LLC
MINNEAPOLIS - Oct. 8, 2019 - PRLog -- Who better to offer advice on life's woes than someone who has heard it all: a hairstylist. D. B. Jamison, a Minneapolis-
Hairstyle trends come and go. But Jamison has consistently heard how people can over identify with limited versions of themselves; we can get in the way of our own progress. Using our bodily bowel functions as a metaphor for life, Jamison leads the reader on an empowering and inspirational journey to self-empowerment.
"Let's be honest. Who doesn't want to flush away the bad shit and make some good shit happen in our lives?" Jamison quipped. The guide explores how our mental, physical and spiritual consumption has a direct impact on what we create in our daily lives. "I use humor to convey a sincere message about accomplishing your dreams."
Readers can follow a five-step process to responsible decision-making. Included are answers to two of life's most challenging questions: One: How can I consistently accomplish my personal goals? And, Two: What keeps getting in the way of making good things happen in my life?
Hint: It's related to what you see in your stool, Jamison concludes.
About D. B. Jamison
D. B. Jamison has worked as a cosmetologist for 30 years and as a cosmetology teacher/trainer in the public and private sectors. She lives in Minneapolis with her husband. Together, they have raised and successfully launched three young adult sons.
"Informative and impactful. This book made me want to get up and do the work. Re-examine my shit and take the necessary, but sometimes tedious, steps to live the life I've dreamed of!"
"Inspiring and informative. It gave me a chuckle and made me aware of something I should have already known … Kudos to D.B. Jamison."
~ Debra Barge
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