African American author, family strategist, and mother of seven releases powerful new book to help families communicate effectively
Charlotte Avery with her husband and their seven. children.
The Family Strategist(TM), entrepreneur and author Charlotte Avery, mom of seven and married for 14 years transparently shares her personal journey of learning how to communicate in love and respect and effectively speaks life to build bridges in her personal and professional relationships.
NATIONWIDE (BlackNews.com) — The Oracle Group International is thrilled to announce the publication of the 40 Day Voice Tone Down: Transform Your Relationships One Octave at a Time (Paper-back; On Sale: January, 2017; $16.99; ISBN: 978-0981994116) by The Family Strategist(TM), entrepreneur and author, Charlotte Avery. Convinced that one can build bridges that lead to happy, healthy, and whole relationships by tearing down walls that have been built by negative tones, negative words, and other negative forms of communication, Ms. Avery uses her personal experience to offer a novel manual to those who struggle to feel heard and respected within their immediate environment. The mother of 7 beautiful children, and happily married for 14 years, Charlotte is an expert Family Strategist(TM) who creates systems for families that build better people, happy healthy house-holds, strong communities, and positive lasting legacies.
The 40 Day Voice Tone Down is a thought provoking manual for men and women, parents and non-parents, married and single, employees and employers from diverse ethnic and socioeconomic back-grounds to assist them on how to regulate the rise and fall of the vocal sound levels with which they communicate, thus presenting a range of alternative communication strategies that are non-confrontational and engenders respect with reference to personal and professional relationships. This tactical and purpose-driven action plan, when utilized as designed, present as a multi-dimensional tool with the potential to develop the skill set needed to transition oneself for eventual success.
From Ms. Avery’s pursuit of personal transformation and self-discipline, she is now well positioned to use the insights gained from her life experience to guide the reader in taking an introspective look for the origin(s) and development of those inappropriate methods of communication that have and continue to destroy or hinder their ongoing relationships. Moreover, the reader is given a series of interventions, as opportunities with which to assess, atone for and mend the afore-mentioned relationships. Because of her wise counsel, Charlotte has emerged as a nationally sought after coach, family strategist, speaker, and author.
On Wednesday, March 15 2017, Charlotte Avery will celebrate her official book launch at WeWork, 641 S Street, NW Washington, D.C. from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. For additional information on the title or media inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.