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The Self Improvement Show

The Self Improvement Show

Thursday at 12 Noon Pacific

September 01st 2011:Something Inside of Me

We are in an age that is seriously in need of role models – of all kinds. Chitoka Webb is a role model for anyone who wants to be successful in business. But that’s just the beginning. Every little girl and woman can find things to model after this remarkable female. Any man should be proud to emulate her. Chitoka Webb grew up in poverty, living in the projects in Nashville but she had a dream of owning her own business. Despite the obstacles, she became a successful entrepreneur who owns and operates two barbershops and two health care agencies for the mentally challenged. She seems to pers

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2190/the-self-improvement-show 15/12/2017 12:00 15/12/2017 01:00 The Self Improvement Show https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2190/the-self-improvement-show We are in an age that is seriously in need of role models – of all kinds. Chitoka Webb is a role model for anyone who wants to be successful in business. But that’s just the beginning. Every little girl and woman can find things to model after this remarkable female. Any man should be proud to emulate her. Chitoka Webb grew up in poverty, living in the projects in Nashville but she had a dream of owning her own business. Despite the obstacles, she became a successful entrepreneur who owns and operates two barbershops and two health care agencies for the mentally challenged. She seems to personify the saying, “What doesn’t kill me only makes me stronger.” While it is not unusual for a woman to become a successful business woman, what IS unusual is way she met the obstacles along her journey to success and the spirit that compelled her to overcome them and to continue to fight for her dream. Her story is about attitude, determination, humor and “Something” within her that made all the difference. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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