Today, we’re talking about getting our minds right. Radisha wanted to share her journey with other women, and she’s here today to inspire us. Welcome to Bold Moves Podcast Episode 305 Radisha Brown. Radisha continues to make bold moves. For example, as a foster child, no one expected her to go to college, but she did that and so much more.
Today, Radisha joins us to discuss her journey, breaking through expectations, and being who she was meant to be. I hope you’re ready to be inspired. Please enjoy Bold Moves Podcast Episode 305 Radisha Brown!
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[Tweet “I like to talk about my journey to tell other people, it doesn’t matter where you start.” – Dr. Radisha Brown via @MandieBrice”]
[Tweet “You can be bold and step out.” – Dr. Radisha Brown via @MandieBrice”]
[Tweet “You are worth being happy. You are worth being healed.” – Dr. Radisha Brown via @MandieBrice”]
Radisha shared awesome books with us. The book they recommended* were Food: What the Heck Should I Cook?: More than 100 Delicious Recipes–Pegan, Vegan, Paleo, Gluten-free, Dairy-free, and More–For Lifelong Health by Body Love: Live in Balance, Weigh What You Want, and Free Yourself from Food Drama Forever by
Also, I hope you’re ready for massive motivation because Dr. Radisha is giving one lucky person a copy of her book!
If you’ve read all of those and want to know more of what Bold Moves guests are reading, peep the book list here!
So, after this, you have to be ready for action, right?
P.S. If you want even more inspiration, take a peek at this master list of Bold Moves Podcast guests!
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