In this episode we discuss the cons of making decisions based on other peoples feelings, in other words- people pleasing. Was there ever a time that you tried to please another person by saying yes when you really wanted to say no? How did it make you feel? Listen as we discuss the times we said yes to accommodate another person and how it affected us.
Whether it's breaking a bad habit or starting a new habit, we all have things we want to work on within ourselves. This is why we need to get our sh*t together! Listen as our host L.K. Hodge & D. Ward talk about the ways they plan on getting their shit together and how you can get your sh*t together as well.
In this episode we discuss the art of positive and negative thinking. Remember that your thoughts create your reality. If you aren't monitoring your thoughts, you could be setting yourself up for disappointments. Be conscious of your thinking patterns.
In this episode, L.K. Hodge & D. Ward talk about the infamous millennial dating app TINDER! How many times have you went on tinder and dealt with straight foolishness from the people you've matched with?! Not only that, imagine how dating would be if social media and dating apps were never invented. Listen as these two express their feelings about tinder and dating in this generation.
Happy New Year! We hope that everyone had a safe and exciting New Year. In this episode, L.K. Hodge and D. Ward discuss their biggest accomplishments of 2018 and their current goals for 2019. It's time to level up and go after everything that your soul desire! It's 2019!
In this episode we discuss the three stages of The Law of Attraction and how it helps you manifest all of your dreams and desires. When you ASK the universe for something, you must BELIEVE that you will RECEIVE it.
College life and adult life are two different worlds. As you transition, responsibilities pick up, your social life changes, your mindset changes, and sometimes your degree becomes pointless. Listen as L.K. Hodge & D. Ward talk about the top 4 things they've dealt with while transitioning from college to the real world.