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Kindness Defined by Osei Daniels

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Kindness Defined by Osei Daniels
Kindness Defined by Osei Daniels
Kindness Defined by Osei Daniels
Kindness Defined by Osei Daniels
Kindness Defined by Osei Daniels
Kindness Defined by Osei Daniels

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Kindness Defined by Osei Daniels

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For readers who struggle to say no, or create boundaries, Kindness Defined will empower you to say no with a smile by employing practical tips and biblical inspiration in your everyday life. It’s often said, “Nice people finish last,” but kindness empowers us to rise to the top.
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No. It’s a simple word that many introverts and extroverted people-pleasers have difficulty saying in a frustrating effort to be ‘nice.’ Ultimately, their lives become drained by the lack of boundaries and bottomless tasks associated with their yes. Kindness is rarely seen, and because it is so rare, it can be easily misunderstood. Ultimately, when we are operating out of genuine kindness, we position ourselves for abundance.

In Kindness Defined: Be kind, not nice; There is a difference, Osei Daniels draws upon his life story as a painfully introverted teen of Caribbean descent who was raised in Washington, DC. He masterfully defines the principles of kindness that helped him shift from frustration to liberation and become a confident and kind person.

For readers who struggle to say no, or create boundaries, Kindness Defined will empower you to say no with a smile by employing practical tips and biblical inspiration in your everyday life. It’s often said, “Nice people finish last,” but kindness empowers us to rise to the top. Kindness Defined is more than a book -- it’s a movement to better self-care and mastery of kindness, not just being nice. In this book, readers will discover that difference and feel liberated in their “no.”