Perfecting the Dance
Soulful Lessons about Love, Faith, and Courage
About the Book
Perfecting the Dance offers the intimate counsel and refreshingly candid voice of a good friend as it shares practical and inspirational life-lessons.
Gain new insights about yourself and your relationships while exploring various topics, such as people-pleasing, parenting, friendships, partnering, love-lessons, forgiveness, and how to discover and pursue your life’s purpose.
But this isn’t a book about perfection—it is a book about perfecting. It is about constantly discovering something new about yourself while uncovering new ways to approach life’s twists and turns.
And it isn’t a book about perfecting the dancer. It is a book about perfecting the metaphoric dance— navigating your way through life’s changes and challenges and learning how to transcend them through greater love, faith, and courage.
Be enriched by these lessons about life and love that are essentially dance-lessons—powerful, practical reminders about how we can keep on dancing with life as it comes our way.
About the Author
Nesha L. Jenkins-Tate, Ph.D., PMP, is a writer, speaker, poet and philosopher. She adheres to the school of thought that philosophy should serve in pragmatic ways to heal and transform the human soul, and to improve the human condition. Author of The 10 Love Poems to Empower Young Souls, she also publishes a daily inspirational blog to thousands of followers globally.
Nesha completed undergraduate studies in Journalism at Howard University; a Master of Science from The Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School; and a Doctor of Philosophy from the Howard University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. She serves as a program director in the health and wellness industry.
As a poet, a project management professional, and an inspirational speaker, “Dr. Neeesh” inspires people to find peace and harmony within and among themselves—as they strive toward serving their purpose while also achieving their goals.
Originally from the Sea Islands of Charleston, S.C., she currently lives in the Washington D.C. area.