Today’s guest on The Happy Black Woman podcast is Shana Campbell, a Certified Creative Love Coach. What is that? You’re going to find out on this podcast as Rosetta chats with Shana about how they met, why Shana began a business coaching others on the topic of love, and how she has helped Rosetta with counsel about her own love life. It’s a very intriguing episode that you won’t want to miss, so be sure to set aside the time, grab a hot drink, and get ready to take some notes.
Why loving relationships begin with self love.
Imagine what a relationship would be like if both people in the relationship were insecure, each one always thinking that the other was criticizing them, or thinking badly about them. Some of you don’t have to imagine, it’s the relationship you’re living in right now. Shana Campbell believes that every healthy relationship starts with a healthy dose of self love in both individuals. Nobody is really ready to love another person until they are confident and whole within themselves, accepting and loving who they are. Find out more on this episode.
Did you know that your love life is something you can consciously work on?
It’s true! You don’t have to sit around waiting for that right person to come along, you can be consciously working toward it. How? By becoming your very best, learning to accept yourself and be confident in who you are created to be. That way when “Mr. Right” does come along, you’ll be ready to engage fully without the fear and insecurity that have held you back for so long. Learn to make the most of the time you’re single rather than regretting it.
The world needs you to be yourself.
You were placed on the earth by God to be a blessing in very specific ways that are unique to you. There’s nobody else like you and nobody else who can do what you’re supposed to do. By becoming healthy and whole within yourself, you’ll be able to fulfill that role. Love Coach Shana Campbell says that you’ll also be ready to take on the challenge of a romantic relationship once you reach that point of wholeness, which is an added bonus! Find out more about Shana and her love coaching practice, on this episode of Happy Black Woman.
You can’t be successful in business when you don’t accept yourself.
Your business will be an outgrowth of who you are as a person. It’s going to reflect you for everyone to see. What kind of business do you think you’re going to build if you are always criticizing and berating yourself? It’s vital that you get your inner self healed and whole so that the business you want and the life you desire are possible on the highest of levels. Today’s guest, Shana Campbell talks about that a whole lot more, on this episode.
Outline of this great episode:
- [0:30] Rosetta’s introduction of the theme of this episode and her guest today, Shana Campbell.
- [2:11] Shana’s mission and the work that she does.
- [3:20] Why loving relationships begin with self love.
- [4:52] How Shana moved into running her own business.
- [11:46] Shana’s understanding of visualization and “the game.”
- [21:52] What else can a person do beyond visualizing?
- [29:40] One of Shana’s favorite books.
- [32:00] Shana’s personal mantra.
- [35:00] Shana’s #1 tip to women wanting to start a business.
- [36:39] How to get in touch with Shana.
Resources mentioned in this episode:
- BOOK: In the Meantime
- http://shanalovecoaching.com/free/ – Get your free love assessment for 2016
About Shana Campbell:
Shana is a first generation American. She was born was raised in Brooklyn, NY and her parents are from the beautiful island of Jamaica. Her parents always instilled in her that she can achieve anything in life!
Shana moved to Hawai’i in 2013, with hopeful expectation embarking on a new journey in her personal life and career. She has had a rewarding experience working with homeless female veterans. Also, during this time she was in the process (unknowingly) of self-discovery that lead on the path of self-love. In 2014, she became a Certified Creative Love® Coach to work with single men and women enhance their love life through self-love.
Shana holds a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Richmont Graduate University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Clark Atlanta University. Also, she participated in a collaborative book project with Nikki Woods, now she’s a best selling author and award winning author ( African American Literary Award) of the book SHIFT: 20 women share stories of strength, courage, and succeeding against the odds.
Here are some FUN tidbits about Shana; she’s a self-proclaimed food, cooking is therapeutic, avid bookworm, aspiring globe-trotter, and Self-Love Ambassador!
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