Bestselling Author Releases Anthology as a Reminder That There is Strength in Being Human

September 07 17:04 2021
Bestselling Author Releases Anthology as a Reminder That There is Strength in Being Human
Far too often, the assumption is that the future will offer something better than what is presently being experienced. That line of thinking frequently keeps people from making the necessary changes or adjustments that can indeed better their future. To help eradicate that self-sabotaging cycle, Nakita Vanstory has released Still, I Thrive! Lessons on How to Pivot and Evolve During an Unexpected Crisis.

BALTIMORE, MD – September 7, 2021 – In Still, I Thrive! bestselling author, Nakita Vanstory, along with twenty-three co-authors share reflective and insightful stories about not only making it through the unprecedented pandemic of 2020 but coming out victorious. Readers will be stirred and motivated to shift their mindset, boldly face their challenges head-on, stop waiting for tomorrow, pursue their dreams and goals, and start living their lives to the fullest today.

“We have a habit of pushing things off to the future or selling ourselves short because we believe we aren’t worthy or qualified. When we do, we disqualify ourselves from so many of God’s blessings and favor,” says Visionary Kersey.

The topics addressed in Still, I Thrive! such as grief, fear, healing, faith, strength, and growth will equip readers with the necessary insight on how to not only survive a global pandemic, or any other personal disaster, but how to emerge prosperous—mind, body, and spirit. Filled with accounts of defeat, resilience, and ultimately victory, readers will be inspired and empowered to view their adversities as opportunities to rise to higher heights.

Still, I Thrive! gives readers real-life examples of men and women who decided to push forward in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds to overcome an array of obstacles and seize the day. “Nothing is promised. We aren’t owed anything. But while we are here, we owe it to ourselves and our families to live life to its fullest.”

Nakita Vanstory, a proud native of Greensboro, North Carolina, has resided in New York City for over 25 years. As a senior-level workforce development leader, she has over 20 years of experience designing job readiness content, workplace credentialing, and administering career-related trainings. Her initiative, vast knowledge, and professional experiences have led to the employability of hundreds of traditionally hard-to-employ New York City residents with stigmatizing labels, mental health conditions, and criminal court barriers.

Published by Publish Your Gift®, Still, I Thrive! Lessons on How to Pivot and Evolve During an Unexpected Crisis is now available for purchase.

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