February , 2019

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Chicago, IL – Author Cynthia Dickens debut book Be A Cheerful Giver teaches a valuable lesson in charitable giving and how that giving comes back to you as a blessing in many ways.

“I walk through my life and explains how giving financially, volunteering, or giving away clothes or shoes to the needy has blessed me.   I talk openly about my life, when I began my charitable works, and provides biblical and life principles of reaping what you sow.  When you discover the gift of giving, you will experience a life full of blessings”.  Said Dickens in a recent interview.

Be A Cheerful Giver explains, there is no real formula or rules on how you give. It will always be a blessing to someone. What you give away grows into wealth in every way, so there is benefit in giving generously.  The law of reaping and sowing is in effect no matter who you are and you will get what you give.  Aside from her own testimony, Dickens book is full of inspiring stories of people who believe they were blessed because of how they gave.

About The Author

Cynthia Dickens is a Human Resources professional who currently works and has worked for a number of Fortune 500 companies. She earned a master’s degree in Human Resources and Industrial Relations at Loyola University of Chicago and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. She sits on the board of the Martin Luther King Jr. Boys and Girls Club.  She is a sponsor and mentor of LINK Unlimited in Chicago. She gives to a number of charities such as the American Red Cross, Interfaith House, Loyola University Chicago, By the Hand, International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, and a number of church ministries. She is a member of a great church ministry in Chicago. Cynthia continues to mentor, coach, and counsel people in the areas of interviewing and resume writing, as well as provide career advice. Be a Cheerful Giver is available online at amazon.com or visit the web site www.beacheerfulgiver.com 



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