On Heart & Soul for Women of Faith, DeDe Murcer Moffett will first describe how her struggle with alcoholism held her back for decades. She'll then share with you how her Snap Out of It! moment inspired her to use her beautiful voice not only to heal and find her own power, but also to encourage thousands of women to live with clarity, confidence, and success. As a speaker, singer, radio show host, boot camp leader, and power coach, DeDe boldly models how to overcome ANY addiction and succeed. DeDe is uniquely qualified to help you get clear on whatever it is that's holding you back...so be sure to call in LIVE to take advantage of her generous coaching offer! Call 1-347-326-9296 during DeDe's LIVE interview , then press "1" to be coached on air.A highly sought after speaker, DeDe Murcer Moffett weaves inspirational songs into heartfelt messages to encourage women to Snap Out of It!, find their voice, and find their power. DeDe has been performing since childhood, gaining lead roles in high school musicals and winning top honors for vocal performances and acting. Although destined to be a top performer, she abandoned her vocal performance scholarship at Oklahoma City University and left the music industry due to extreme fears and limiting beliefs. DeDe went on to excel in the corporate world of sales; however, her 24-year struggle with addiction sapped the passions and desires of her soul. It wasn't until 2007 that she had her Snap Out of It! moment and ended her long love affair with alcohol. DeDe is the CEO and Founder of Snap Out of It Women, Snap Out of It Radio Network, and the Wake Up, Stand Up and Snap Out of It Women's Conferences, which are designed to bring clarity and confidence to women, particularly those who struggle with feelings of doubt and lack of self-worth. You can learn more about DeDe through her website www.dedemurcermoffett.com.
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