How often have you been called “selfish” in your life? How often have you gone out of your way to avoid being seen that way? On today’s show, we interview Naketa Ren Thigpen, LCSW, the #1 Balance & Relationship Advisor in the World. She is also the author of the book Selfish: Permission to Pause, Live, Love and Laugh Your Way to Joy. On today’s episode, we explore what the word selfish really means and how Naketa has redefined it. She discusses the work she does with her clients to help them reprioritize their life to include more joy and less bending to expectations and fear. As the title of the show indicates, we talk about how to live life for yourself and stop trying to live it for everyone around you.
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Naketa Thigpen has become the go-to for fast-scaling married women entrepreneurs and power couples seeking to balance love and success without dimming or apologizing for their spirited ambition. As the creator of the breakthrough paradigm The Joy Map Method, transformative empowerment speaker and CEO of ThigPro Balance and Relationship Management Institute, Naketa and her team set out every day to inspire, equip and empower her client-partners to amplify intimacy 360% across all key relationships so they can create joy and achieve WHOLE SUCCESS!
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