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If you're not using your God-given gifts to fulfill your purpose, you're robbing the world of the gift you are to humanity. Keith and Sharmais guest is Dr. Nicole LaBeach. Using a groundbreaking technique developed in her private practice as a therapist, she can offer the missing link to help you celebrate the challenges of being a woman and stop standing on the sidelines of your own life
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Dr. Nicole LaBeach - Part One
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Dr. Nicole LaBeach - Part Two
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Dr. Nicole LaBeach - Part Three
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Dr. Nicole LaBeach - Part Four
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Nicole LaBeach
Dr. Nicole LaBeach is the CEO of Volition Enterprises, Inc. As former Director of Training and Organization Development for Fortune 500 Company News Corporation, her consulting career includes work with professionals and executives from 20th Century Fox, Fox Sports, Fox Searchlight, Anheuser-Busch Corporation, and Southwestern Bell, to name a few. Executive and life coach to diverse corporate, entrepreneurial, faith-based, and entertainment clients, Dr. LaBeach has promoted positive and significant change in the personal and professional lives of both men and women. She received her doctorate in Organizational Psychology and master's in Research, with a concentration in Clinical Psychology from Saint Louis University in St. Louis, MO. Her undergraduate education in psychology was completed at Spelman College in Atlanta, GA. Her diverse clinical background as a therapist culminated in her position as the Associate Director of Counseling at Faithful Central Bible Church in Los Angeles, California. Dr. LaBeach is a founder of the Professional Organization of Women and The Brightest Stars Foundation, dedicated to educating girls in impoverished communities and underdeveloped countries.

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