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Bougie Girl University Presents: Life Is What You Make It- 5 Steps That You Can Take Right Now to Change Your Life...(Introduction)

Chances are you have stumbled onto this course because you have reached some type fork in the road. Either   you are looking to change jobs, find a new relationship, relocate, start a business or maybe even lose weight.  Up until now your attempts to change  your life have not been very successful. In fact, you usually end up right where you started or in an even worse position.  It is frustrating  and you cannot figure why the change that you want so badly…seems to elude you at every turn.  You have tried reading books, attending seminars/classes/workshops/conferences,  but, nothing thus far has worked. You are beginning to think that making a positive life change just is not in the cards for you…

What if I told you that lasting change could start in your life by applying the following 5 action steps?

  • Make the Decision
  • Make the Commitment
  • Make Different choices
  • Make Consistency a Habit
  • Make It Your Own By Applying It To Your Life

  • During this 5 week e-course, I am going to discuss the importance of each of these action steps, and give you tips for applying them into your life.  

    I am going to teach the e-course via text-based lecture and via audio. Homework assignments are on the honor system. Remember this  e-course is only as effective as what the work that you put into it.

    Each of the steps will take  about a weekly commitment of about 90 minutes. The weekly lecture is only 15 to 30 minutes. Outside prep time is an hour.

    (Listen to the Bougie Girl University podcast for the audio version of the Introduction to this course.)


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