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Guest: Abdul Hafeez Muhammad
Abdul Hafeez Muhammad, relationship consultant, returns to Blog Talk Radio for part II. He will offer a 7 point "Straight talk for straight understanding" plan to help you develop healthier relationships in the pursuit of love, peace, and happiness. The topics cover the essential spiritual, mental and emotional keys leading to the critical financial, social, and physical keys and of course tying in the vital communication key. The beginning of the year is always a good time to plan for success!
For more than 25 years he’s known for counseling couples in martial distress and for guiding those in the planning stages. One key to his effective strategies is his Straight Talk for Straight Understanding approach. Hafeez is no stranger to radio. His popular show Ask Hafeez garnered him guru status when callers eagerly phoned in with problems seeking candid advice t common problems. Today, he deals with the spiritual, communication, financial, expectations and conflict keys that effect relationships in the pursuit of love, peace, and happiness. Abdul Hafeez Muhammad serves as the New York representative of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam and the Minister of Muhammad Mosque No7. He’s known for his work in youth educational development, professional development, and motivational speaking. From mediating with street organizations, working with rap artists, ecumenical work to political empowerment, he is a relentless fighter for the rights of the poor, oppressed, women, and functional family life. He is the founder and CEO of the Center for Self Improvement, Inc. A curriculum based program founded to provide education and self-improvement workshops within the New York City public schools as well as various other non-profit agencies. You got problems ASK HAFEEZ.
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