Jesse Oakley III is a writer, poet, speaker, and blogger. Within his young life, he experienced many days that brought him important lessons to learn from. The lessons he learned are presented in this book that is written for the Happy People!! Greetings Happy People – The Positive Words and Wisdom Through the Eyes of Mr. I-I-I is a positively, inspiring book written by Jesse Oakley III. He shares many stories and words that are truly for the Happy People. One may laugh. One could think. Heck, one can learn from the positive words of Mr. I-I-I!! Jesse Oakley III was born on October 29, 1975. He graduated of Bishop Gorman High School in 1993 and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 1999. Throughout his life, he has experienced various lessons that some people take for granted. From the mind of Mr. I-I-I, he would like to share with you his personal wisdom and message that is directed for the Happy People. He tried to write messages for the sad people, but it did not go too far. Why the Happy People? It is these people that not only become successful, but also help make the world go around. In a world of negativity, despair, and hopelessness, Jesse wanted to write some uplifting messages that anyone can learn, enjoy, and leave with a darn good feeling. In his very first book Greetings Happy People – The Positive Words and Wisdom Through the Eyes of Mr. I-I-I, Jesse shares his words, his wisdom, his thoughts, and the lessons he learned from his own life. The words he writes are based on his own experiences and he loves sharing his life with the Happy People. For more positively words of wisdom from Jesse, you can go online and check out his blog – Mr. I-I-I’s Blogsite (http://jesseoakleyiii.blogspot.com). This blog is gives nothing but personally positive wisdom for the Happy People!!
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