Growing Up to be Happy

Life can appear very tough. Trying to decide what to be, and what road to travel to obtain that goal can be difficult. Pressure from peers, society, and sometimes even family, can make life seem downright overwhelming. In order to simplify a complicated situation, consider the most important factor: what does it take to be happy?
After all, nothing you possess will matter if you can’t enjoy it! More

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About Toneal M. Jackson

International Award-Winning Author & “How-To” Guru Toneal M. Jackson has written relationship books, children’s books, books on effective communication, as well as those geared to inspire. Though a native of Chicago, her titles have been featured in various cities throughout the country including Detroit, Dayton, Dallas, Houston, Baltimore, Kansas, Memphis, and Miami.
In 2013, she appeared as a guest on The Exchange TV Show; Toneal was later featured in the June issue of Promoting Purpose Magazine. She was nominated as the 2013 BWABC’s Female Author of the Year. Toneal was the Silver Medal recipient of the 2013 Readers’ Favorite International Book Awards.
Toneal is the founder of Authors Promoting Success, a national organization specializing in all things literary to assist authors build, brand, and boost their business. Additionally, she is the owner of Toneal’s To-Dos, a full service publishing company that focuses on assisting authors within the Christian, Inspirational, and Self-Help genres.
She also serves as a member of Chicago Writers Association, and is a motivational speaker, licensed evangelist, and youth leader. She hosts her own radio show, Inspirational Talk with Toneal, which airs Tuesdays on Blog Talk Radio.
Toneal has been married for over a decade, and credited with raising more than 10 children. She received her Bachelor's degree in Communication with a Spanish minor from DePaul University. She obtained her Master's degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.

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