Atlanta, GA, September 16, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Assumption is a real problem in our world today and frequently ignored. It is destructive and acts as a cancer or virus continually growing, becoming incredibly dangerous and deadly.
The English language has changed over the past few decades. Polluted and congested with slang terminology, it is tougher to communicate with one another. Though we may speak English, it does not mean we are speaking the same language. As a result, we have become victims of assumption, unable to comprehend others clearly, quickly believing what we hear and placing unrealistic expectations on others, which can position us to enter into stress, insecurities, disappointments and despair.
Developing awareness of the negative impact assumption can have, will allow us to head in the right direction towards making less mistakes and encounter fewer frustrations.
Author and speaker, Gregory Dollar presents powerful insights into the dangers of assumption and offers a refreshing and creative approach by not only controlling it, but building stronger relationships.
“You don’t have to end up being a victim of assumption. Life is tough enough: each day brings its own challenge," said Dollar. "You can make it better by not tolerating assumption to enter your home or workplace."
In his informative and valuable new book, "Understanding The Destructive Power of Assumption and How To Control It", Gregory Dollar uses real-life experiences of failures and disappointments to show you how to detect this hazardous hindrance known as "assumption" and to understand some of the elements that makes it so dangerous.
Dollar presents straightforward answers to overcoming superficial and unrealistic expectations and how to communicate effectively, preventing conflict in your personal and business relationships. He presents solutions to eliminate worry, doubt and fear, which may lead to swift decisions, causing long-term discouraging and negative results.
Instead of handling this topic as a psychology lesson with additional pages on the philosophy of the intellect, Dollar chose to write this paperback as a simple-to-read and easy-to-understand message for all level of readers, enabling anyone to comprehend it effortlessly and be able to apply it to their lives right away.
"I also had teenagers in mind when writing this piece. I saw how quickly it changed my children and knew if other kids could get a hold of this and apply it to their lives, they could have less disappointments and mature to be successful in the future," said Dollar. "If you can take what you learn in this book and apply it to your life, you will see immediate results in your relationships and every area of your life.”
About the Author: Gregory Dollar is an author and speaker who has been directing and producing in Christian Television for well over a decade. His story is unlike those of most PKs (Preacher's Kids). For starters, Dollar is widely recognized as the white adopted son of controversial televangelist. But his method of spreading the gospel is unique with a modern and edgy approach. His passion is to encourage the new generation of teens and adults.
He has published articles and lectured on topics such as, "The Burden-Removing, Yoke-Destroying Power of God", "From the Pulpit to Television" and "Jealousy: Enemy to 'Rich' Preachers." He's also the author of the upcoming book "Love in the Darkness" (with Terri Gibson and Anna Gibson), which is an account of his transformation from an abusive and troubled childhood to life as a white adopted teen in an African-American Christian family, scheduled for release later this year. Gregory can be found at "gregorydollar" on Twitter or "gregdollar" on Facebook.
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