Taking Control of Your Life With Author Stephanie Small – TWTCL 026

Episode 026 Taking Control of Your Life With Author Stephanie SmallSuper Sistah Stephanie Small joins me for girl talk about dating and relationships that benefits both women and men. Stephanie offers advice on what it takes to become a better woman and to rid yourself of baggage that may be preventing you from being in a successful relationship. Men looking to better understand women should take notes. David Jay and I discuss career changes and issue a challenge to those of you who want more from your career and are ready to do something about it.

Dating and Relationship Advice With Author and Personal Growth Coach Stephanie Small

From bad relationship to author of the Black Girl’s Guide to Winning at Love & Life: Dating, Relationship & Self-Help for Single Sisters, Stephanie Small is using her life experiences to help women improve themselves. Hear Stephanie’s advice for getting your life on track and preparing yourself for a great relationship. Learn more about Stephanie at www.thesupersistah.com.
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Life Lesson: Build Your Own Career

If you’re ready for something new in your career, it’s time to take matters into your own hands. Whether it’s starting a business, brand, or side gig, we’re encouraging you to take one action that gets you closer to your goal of having a fulfilling career or working for yourself. Use hashtag #my1action to share what step you have taken beyond the research and planning stages, where many of us get stuck. Good luck, and keep us posted on your progress.
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Connect With Us

Are you motivated to make life changes as a result of this episode? Let us know in the comments below, or chat with us on Twitter at TWTCLPodcast. We hope you’ll join us for the #my1action challenge and commit to taking control of your career. If you enjoyed this episode, please consider rating us on iTunes or Stitcher. Your feedback is valuable to us, as it helps us tailor the show and introduce others to This Weird Thing Called Life.

About Nadia

A thirtysomething living in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, Nadia is committed to spending far more time doing the things she really wants to do and motivating others to do the same. She’s already making strides, stepping up her travel game, starting the podcast This Weird Thing Called Life with co-host David Jay, and working toward early retirement. With 30+ years of life behind her, she has many lessons to share and many more to learn.

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