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Women Warriors - Let go of Excuses & Rise Above

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Coming up this week on Women Warriors, our special guest, Kristie Kennedy, will discuss the topic of how to let go of your excuses and rise above!  Maybe you have had a hard time achieving your dreams and your goals.  Learn how to drop the language of excuses and create a path for yourself to rise above. You won’t want to miss this insightful discussion, so join us on Wed, July 24 at Noon ET to learn more. 

If you could describe Kristie Kennedy in one word it would be UNSTOPPABLE! One of her favorite quotes from the famous Mother to Son poem authored by Langston Hughes is "Life for me ain't been no crystal stair" and yet she continues to climb higher one step at a time. She is a unique woman who is known for motivation, inspiration and women’s empowerment. As a young lady she had many challenges in the school system and found out early in life that one has the power to create their own destiny in spite of societal labels. 

Kristie understands in the words of Marva Collins that, “Success doesn't come to you, you go to it!”  It is this entrepreneurial and enterprising mindset that has led her to achieve many of her greatest accomplishments. She considers herself to be an eternal optimist, which is an attitude essential to the life of a dreamer. Many of her peers are amazed at how she continues to pursue dreams in the midst of adversity.  Kristie is grateful to her mother for instilling the spirit of excellence in everything she does and her father teaching her how to fight for the future no matter how dismal the present may appear to be.

Kristie has made a conscious decision to convert her pain into power, pressure into pearls of wisdom and problems into unlimited possibilities.  For more about Kristie, visit her webpage at http://www.kristiekennedy.com/.

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