Artist Nina B. St. Cyr to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, November 22, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ -- It's not that easy to get to a place of peace and no one knows that better than Nina B. St. Cyr. But like her name says: be sincere. Be true to yourself, your values and your character and you can draw on your strengths to build a good life for yourself and your family.

“I am proud that I turned a bad situation into a good situation,” recalls Nina. “I said, ‘Nina, you can't just sit here and do nothing. And so I began my journey. What are you good at, Nina? Let’s introduce you to the world. You have a message. Let's write a book! I just kept moving. I kept moving. I would not stop!”

Today Nina B. St. Cyr is a freelance writer and composer. Nina writes everything from business proposals to plays, poetry and songs in any genre.

For Nina, she says it’s all about drawing upon your own strengths and your own resourcefulness to not only improve your life but the lives of those around you. That’s how we build a better world.

“With every message that I deliver I've tried to influence people to be aware of and acknowledge the self,” says Nina. “Too often we refuse to see who we are and we choose live through other people. I believe we must have an awareness of change and awareness to self-govern. With my art, I'm trying to encourage more unity amongst people of all groups, all ages, races, ethnicities.”

Nina says her primary inspiration is her son.

“My son inspires me because he is facing his own daily challenge, but I learn so much from him on a daily basis. I'm glad that I was the one that was given this opportunity to walk through the process with him. He won't be young forever and he'll grow.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Nina B. St. Cyr in an interview with Jim Masters on November 27th at 5pm EST.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on Nina, visit http://www.writtensmith101.org.

Lou Ceparano
CUTV News
(631) 850-3314
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