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ANNOUNCING A NEW BOOK FROM ATKINS & GREENSPAN WRITING

By ELIZABETH

Steve D. Bullock was one of 22 children born to a sharecropper in segregated North Carolina…

His book can serve as a blueprint to empower your success in business and in life.

“I intend to add value to your life by presenting strategies for managing and overcoming the challenges and barriers that all of us encounter in the pursuit of our life’s goals, including those involving gender bias, poverty, education, racism, youth, and aging,” Steve writes in the Introduction of his powerful memoir.

“Throughout my career,” he writes, “I have worked with people from all walks of life, and this book is written for everyone… In doing so, I pray that the stories, lessons, and life achievement strategies on the following pages will help you discover your potential and power within, so you can, as Emerson so eloquently said, make miracles happen for yourself and the world.

 

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TWO SISTERS LIVE: JANUARY 19, 2018

Fridays at 2:12 p.m.

Live on Facebook @twosisterswriting

Let's Write Your Book Now!

Our guest this week: Master Sergeant Cedric King realized there was always one more story to tell after he gave a motivational speech, so he decided to compile his stories in a book.  

Our company, Atkins & Greenspan Writing, is publishing his forthcoming book -- The Making Point -- a play on words on how to turn your breaking point to your making point -- in March. 

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“ROMANCE A LA CARTE” IS A DELICIOUS ALTERNATIVE TO TRADITIONAL RELATIONSHIPS

By SASHA MAXWELL

Guest Blogger

Let’s admit, it’s a rare life occurrence – a miracle, actually – to find EVERYTHING you desire all wrapped up in one person. 

So think of Romance à la Carte as being in the restaurant of life, where the menu fails to offer one entrée containing the exact appetizer, soup, meat/fish, starch, vegetable, salad, dessert, and beverage that you’re craving. 

What do you do?  You order your favorite items separately.  Got it?

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SASHA MAXWELL: GUEST BLOGGER OFFERS A PROVOCATIVE LOOK AT LUST, LIFE AND LOVE

By ELIZABETH

Ladies, have you ever wished you could smash the oppressive rules that society sets for us, so you can live and love with bodacious boldness?

Do you wish you had the guts to speak your mind about how you really feel – then take action to get what you want?

Today Catherine and I want you to meet someone who can help open your mind and heart to new ways of thinking, living, and loving so you are free to be your most glorious, fulfilled, successful version of YOU.   

Her name is Sasha Maxwell.

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BROTHERS AND THERAPY

By ALLEN ALLENSWORTH IV

Guest Blogger

People respond to adversity in a lot of ways. Some people try to find themselves. Others turn to God. Still others turn to sex, drugs, and/or rock and roll. If you’re a black man, you have a lot of options, but finding yourself isn’t one of them. Especially if it means going to therapy. Black men may go to church or the titty bar, but we don’t go to therapy.  I don’t mean court-ordered counseling or your cousin over a drink (probably at the titty bar). I don’t mean couple’s counseling. I mean one-on-one with a clinically trained, board certified, MD-having, drug-prescribing psychiatrist.

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