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Drastic Steps-with Play-Maker & Nutrition Mom

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Drastic Steps with Toni Harris with Special Guests Chairidee Smith & Stephanie Merchant

Chairidee Smith is a business visionary, consultant, strategist, and play-maker in the business and academic communities now for more than 13 years. Chairidee Smith is a business visionary, consultant, strategist, and play-makers. •The firm’s dossier cites elite clientele including award winning New York best- selling authors, award winning business owners, university vice-presidents and senior administrators, Small Business Development Centers, politicians, and government officials. •KMFBusiness Group is now courting strategic business partners internationally, and actively assisting fledgling global entrepreneurs as part of the company’s commitment to social responsibility. •Annually hosts Ms. Mogul™ and KMF Business Group Present: Business Symposium. The annual theme is “Fueling Houston’s Small Businesses. 

Stephanie is a former overworked, over stressed and overweight Momma. Between running to and from school, work and after school activities - she had little time to think about food (or life). It just needed to be fast, easy and convenient. She found herself with 50 extra pounds and on medication. She realized she was living a hurried, not so joyful life. But, more than that, she realized that not only was she headed in the wrong direction, she was bringing her family with her. So, at the age of 40, she hit rock bottom and decided to make some changes. She changed her diet, left her legal career behind, lost the extra weight, no longer needed the meds and found a new sense of clarity. She discovered a new passion for Health and Nutrition. She is now "The Nutrition Mom" and is The Health & Lifestyle Coach for Busy Moms who have lost themselves in their "to-do" lists.