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Ep. 127: #WOWWednesday – Your Imagination is a Manifestation

Your Imagination is a Manifestation

Your Imagination is a ManifestationToday’s Words of Wisdom Wednesday message is about the power of what we envision in our mind. It all starts with a thought because I’ve learned that if we can’t see it, we can’t be it. Our imagination manifests our reality, which is why it’s so important that we monitor what we’re thinking and/or worrying about.

In my personal life, my anxiety about things that haven’t happened has resulted in more negativity. However, incorporating positive visions of the life I’d like to live has resulted in unexpected surprises that reassure the benefits of positive thinking. Our imagination gives us a glimpse of what’s possible, so lets choose what we want to manifest and in which direction we choose to go.

If you want to become an entrepreneur, envision what that looks like first. How do you want to feel when you own your business? What do you expect to earn and what kind of clients do you want to have?

If you want to live a loving and peaceful life, think about the circumstances that you’d like to contribute to these feelings of joy. Our imagination is the gateway to everything that shows up later in our life. In order to manifest great things, we must first learn to hold those thoughts in our mind.


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Ep. 124: #WOWWednesday – Do Everything You Can & Then Let Go

Do Everything You Can & Then Let Go

Do Everything You Can & Then Let GoTodays Words of Wisdom Wednesday podcast episode is about the power and peace that awaits once we surrender a circumstance or situation to the universe after we’ve shown up with great effort, humility and tenacity.

This message is not only about the importance of letting go, but also the importance of giving our best because once that’s done, there’s nothing left for us to do but surrender the outcome to the world. We are able to move forward and focus on the next opportunity because we’re not living in regret when we give our best. Sometimes, this requires showing humility when we’ve made a mistake or changing our behavior once we’ve become aware of the negative impact previous habits had on others lives. But other times, doing everything we can is about having tough conversations and exposing thoughts or emotions that we know may be perceived as uncomfortable.

Showing up is also required on a daily basis in our professional lives and as entrepreneurs. If we’re not obtaining the results we want after showing up with grit, it may be time to pivot or make adjustments. However, if the results are indicative of a lack of initiative or work ethic, then we shouldn’t let something go until we feel we’ve given our best. Living in regret holds us back because thinking “what if” prevents us from appreciating the now. Instead, we should put in the effort and hours, regardless of the situation so that in the end, we’re able to release control of the outcome and therefore, be guided towards different and better opportunities.


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Ep. 123: #WOWWednesday – Reveal To Heal

Reveal To Heal

Reveal To HealToday’s Words of Wisdom Wednesday podcast episode is about the power behind revealing the things we suppress and are ashamed of. I share my personal experience with my lifelong battle with depression and how hiding this part of me actually made things worse. A lot of positive change happened as a result of being less afraid of what people would say and dismissing the possibility of shame. My life took a turn for the better the moment I decided to prioritize incorporating new habits and rituals that would hopefully address the depressed feelings I was experiencing.

When you don’t have to hide who you are, everything feels lighter. For me, this allowed for new energy to replace the energy I was using to keep my depression a secret from the world. Healing begins with revealing and if we’re stuck on keeping something a secret, we can’t begin to heal those parts of ourselves which in turn, allow us to live an authentic life. Depression was not the only thing that affected me, keeping it a secret prevented me from growing both mentally and emotionally as well.

What are you afraid to talk about? What moments in your life are you afraid people will know about? What habits do you try to hide from the world? Are your thoughts something you’re happy no one can see? If someone could hear your mind at-work, what would that sound like? These questions are the things that led to a plethora of self-discovery and ultimately, a much happier life.


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Ep. 122: #WOWWednesday – You’re Different For A Reason

You're Different For A Reason

You're Different For A ReasonToday’s message is about embracing our individuality and the unique aspects that make us different from one another. Media, society, people and other factors often have a negative impact on the views we have of ourselves. External sources encourage women to be someone other than who they really are, leaving us with feelings of unworthiness and inadequacy.

During today’s podcast episode, I share my personal experiences with this topic and how I tried to change parts of my personality in order to have a greater sense of approval from others. Ever since I can remember, I’ve been the type of person to take initiative in many different ways. This trait is often seen as “bossy” or masculine, so I suppressed this part of my personality as often as I could in an effort to be seen as a more feminine and “soft” woman.

Our individuality is truly all we have and something we should each be proud of. It’s our fingerprint on this earth and the reason we all have something different to offer to one another and the projects we are a part of. This Words of Wisdom Wednesday message is meant to inspire women to appreciate and be grateful for all of the various things that make us unique human beings. Enjoy today’s message, ladies!


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Joy and Cici Unfiltered – Cici’s Trip to Miami, Fear in New Relationships, Making Space For New People and More

Joy and Cici Unfiltered

Joy and Cici UnfilteredIn this episode of Joy and Cici Unfiltered, you’ll hear about Cici B.’s recent trip to Miami. Cici mentions what made this one of her best birthday celebrations as well as the other activities that were coordinated, reminding her of how fortunate she is to be in a position where her passion and profession are linked together. From “Meet & Greets” to speaking engagements, Cici B. shares her gratitude and appreciation towards her readers and the students that welcomed her story during her recent visit to Miami.

During this podcast episode, Joy and Cici also answer some listener questions related to relationships and how to avoid feelings of fear as a result of the past to dictate your present and future circumstances. From romantic relationships to friendships, you’ll hear them talk about the benefits that come with eliminating toxic situations in order to make space for new healthy people to enter your life. Joy and Cici also share their experiences with men that have negative reactions towards their profession and how they feel about this when it has shown up.

This episode shares their stories and each of their individual perspectives about various topics related to the people in their past along with the lessons that various circumstances have taught them. From politics to expired friendships, Joy and Cici exchange ideas that are aimed at providing relatable entertainment and unity among women.


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Ep. 119: #WOWWednesday – Comparing Yourself Is Unhealthy

Comparing Yourself Is Unhealthy

Comparing Yourself Is UnhealthySocial media has both positive and negative aspects because it has allowed us to connect with people, but at the same time has also made us disconnect from one another. We all struggle at some point in our life but social media creates the falsa illusion that some people are free of suffering and challenges, which couldn’t be further from the truth.

This episode is about emphasizing the fact that the highlight reel (i.e. Instagram) is not real. Comparison is the act that prevents us from staying on our path and focusing on where we’re headed instead of where we haven’t been. It’s an unhealthy habit because we focus on what we’re lacking instead of what we already have. Experiencing gratitude is one of the reasons we’re able to attract other positive circumstances, which is why it’s important to exercise this habit on a daily basis. Only when we remain focused on our personal accomplishments and journey can we experience gratitude.

Today’s Words of Wisdom Wednesday episode is about eliminating toxic habits that we’ve become accustomed to, such as comparison. It’s never too late to begin so don’t worry about where others are in their life. Everyones footprint and destiny is meant to vary. Regardless of whether or not businesses have outgrown us, it’s our responsibility to focus on our personal target because no two paths will resemble one another.


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Ep. 118: Ala’a Agha Karss, Founder & CTO of Superiors ICT

Ala'a Agha Karss

Ala'a Agha KarssAla’a Agha Karss is the Founder and CTO of Superiors ICT in the Middle East. In this episode, you hear about many of her personal and professional experiences that helped mold her into the woman, mother and entrepreneur she is today. At 29 years old, Ala’a is the owner of a technology company she started with few resources and with the intention of providing herself and her daughter a better future.

Ala’a considers herself a fighter who isn’t afraid to leave her comfort zone and challenge society’s expectations. She decided to divorce her husband, who she married at the age of 15. At the time of their divorce, Ala’a was a single mother who also had to fight to keep custody of her daughter. She discusses the challenging circumstances that resulted in a plethora lessons, self-awareness and ultimately, inner strength.

Ala’a also shares some of the financial lessons she’s learned as an entrepreneur and how she has been able to grow her company. She believes that many times, growth requires resources, which is why it’s important to be conscious and realistic about new opportunities that may not be feasible at the time that they’re offered. Regardless of the topic covered, Ala’a Agha Karss shows us what it’s like to take full responsibility for the choices we make and the scenarios we attract into our lives.

From pushing through society’s norms and expectations to breaking through glass ceilings for women in technology, this conversation with Ala’a is full of inspirational testimonials for women of all ages and in various regions of the world.


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Ep. 115: You Should’ve Started Yesterday #WOWWednesday

You Should've Started Yesterday

You Should've Started YesterdayToday’s Words of Wisdom Wednesday message is about taking initiative and the importance behind taking the first step in every aspect of life. The recent Parkland shooting that took place resulted in a series of epiphanies as topics related to gun reform began to takeover conversations. Watching teenagers spearhead change has been inspirational and heartbreaking at the same time.

Children are showing the rest of the country what should’ve been done yesterday. The change they wish to see in the world is something they’ve taken upon themselves, which caused me to wonder why we don’t apply the same tactics in our own lives. Whether it’s in business, relationships or personal development, taking the first step is not only the hardest part of the process, but also the most important.

In today’s episode, I discuss how waiting for the “perfect moment” held me back and prevented me from starting the WOWW Campaign podcast even though I had the desire to do it years ago. Taking initiative is what made the difference in the end because it helped with momentum and shifted my mindset when I began to see that done was better than perfect. When it comes to ending or reigniting personal relationships, the conversations we’re often afraid to start are the ones that need to happen the most.

Today’s podcast episode is meant to inspire and ignite initiative within all of us not only as individuals, but as a society, too.


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Ep. 114: Juliana Mulholland, Founder of Desert to Sea Travel

Juliana Mulholland

Juliana MulhollandJuliana Mulholland is the founder of Desert to Sea Travel. She first started her career as an attorney and made the transition into entrepreneurship when she realized her lifestyle did not make her an ideal candidate for a law firm.

She is now a travel advisor who says her law degree helped her become a better negotiator and communicator. In this episode, Juliana talks about some of the lessons she’s learned in her professional journey as an entrepreneur. She also opens up about a personal circumstance that shifted her perspective in many different ways, allowing her to look at the complexity of the human condition in a whole new light.

When one of her best friends passed away unexpectedly, Juliana was surprised by the circumstances and the emotional aftermath. During the conversation with Juliana, you’ll hear her thoughts on mental health and why she now believes it’s important to discuss these topics openly and candidly. Enjoy the podcast episode with Juliana Mulholland!


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Episode 111: Love Is Always The Answer #WOWWednesday

Love Is Always The Answer

Love Is Always The AnswerIn todays Words of Wisdom Wednesday podcast episode, I talk about love and how it has been one of the main solutions to most of my personal problems. Not only is love the answer when it comes to relationships, but it also helps us shift our perspective which in turn, shifts our behavior and how we show up to circumstances. Love is always the answer, whether or not we realize it in the moment.

I began to uncover the root of my mental health issues when I realized that I wasn’t in love with my life. In this episode, you’ll hear how appreciation for the simple things in life resulted in more feelings of gratitude which were essentially emotions embedded in love. Love for nature, love for health, and love for everything else that previously went unnoticed.

Love also became the solution for the things that prevented self-love from existing. The more I began to love my life, the more I appreciated my existence here on earth. I began to feel more comfortable setting boundaries with people because love towards myself meant putting my happiness first. Eliminating toxic relationships also came as a result of an increase in love. Loving the life I’ve been given has resulted in many positive decisions whose sole objective is to seek more happiness and fulfillment.

When it comes to forgiveness, love was also the answer. During times of conflict or misunderstanding, we have two choices: to seek the light or remain in the dark. Choosing the light means looking for the good in people or maybe displaying compassion towards those that come across as wounded. In this episode, you’ll hear how love allowed me to forgive my ex boyfriends and also feel more empathy towards them even though their actions caused me tremendous pain at one point.

Love translates into so many different things which is why I decided to record todays message on Valentine’s Day. How we treat one another and people we barely know all stems from how we view ourselves and the world around us. Much of the unity we need requires high doses of love and empathy, but we must first make the choice to sit in the seat that the world so desperately needs.


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Joy and Cici Unfiltered – Unsolicited Praise, Supportive Friendships & Personal Updates

Joy and Cici Unfiltered

Joy and Cici UnfilteredWelcome to the 11th episode of Joy and Cici Unfiltered. Cici B. and Joy Pecoraro collaborate to bring you two episodes per month of unfiltered content. In this episode, we talk about the importance of women supporting other women and what that looks like for different people. We share our experiences and perspectives about friends showing support towards one another, especially when it’s unsolicited.

You’ll hear us share recent experiences we’ve gone through that have left lessons about communication and the importance of setting the right intention behind every situation. We share off-air conversations between us that require patience and understanding in order to reach a resolution. Regardless of the topic, in this episode you’ll hear us emphasize the importance of learning to co-exist with people that are different than you because if we’re open, lessons surface and perspectives shift in a positive way.

Joy and Cici Unfiltered is a bi-monthly podcast series between two women with different backgrounds and opinions whose intention is to show that unity, authenticity and collaboration  are all characteristics that we can possess and demonstrate towards each other as well.


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Ep. 109: Everyone Won’t Be Happy For You #WOWWednesday

Everyone Won't Be Happy For You

Everyone Won't Be Happy For YouIn this podcast episode, you’ll hear why regardless of your intentions, everyone won’t be happy for you and your accolades. Whether you’re trying to make a positive social impact through your business or your desire is to evolve into a better human being, don’t expect people to give you unsolicited praise.

When we end a relationship, we exhibit courage and strength because many times, we’re simultaneously stepping into the unknown and inviting a range of emotions as a result of these difficult decisions. When we choose to start a business, a similar thing happens because regardless of how many books we read or how many hours we meditate, nothing guarantees us success and certainty. Again, we step into unknown territory and risk feeling emotions associated with fear. However, the common denominator here is courage. And while many people wish they had it, the truth is that this characteristic is like a muscle that has to be used and doesn’t automatically come instilled within all of us. As I’ve stepped into various phases and roles in my life, regardless of the level of difficulty, risk has always been involved. My courage has often been a reflection for others that subconsciously are trying to find it within themselves. I’ve learned that if someone is not secure or happy with where they are in life, it’s difficult for them to be there for others that are rising in some way or another.

The larger my visions and ambitions became, the lonelier it has felt. Regardless of how much success or determination someone shows, we are all still human. We all crave to be heard, seen and loved, so unsolicited praise is always appreciated, but shouldn’t be expected. Continue to climb and achieve desirable circumstances, but realize that not everyone will be happy for you and this has nothing to do with who you are as a person, but rather who they currently are not.


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Ep. 108: Sara Margulis, CEO & Co-Founder of Honeyfund

Sara Margulis CEO of Honeyfund

Sara Margulis CEO of HoneyfundSara Margulis is the Co-Founder and CEO of Honeyfund. She is a wife, mother and entrepreneur. Sara and her husband appeared on ABC’s show, Shark Tank, in 2014. They left the tank after making a deal with Kevin O’Leary, which instantly grew their business as a result of the exposure attained on the show.

Today, Sara Margulis oversees not only Honeyfund, but also their sister company, Plumfund. In this podcast episode, you’ll hear Sara share the inspiration behind their business idea that stemmed from her personal honeymoon. Sara also shares how her and her husband have managed to acclimate once they became co-founders of the same company. From motherhood to entrepreneurship, Sara shares some of the wisdom that various experiences at different phases in her life have left behind.


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Ep. 107: WOWW – Let Joy Be Your Guide

Let Joy Be Your Guide

Let Joy Be Your GuideToday’s Words of Wisdom Wednesday episode is about the importance of doing things and being around people that increase your state of happiness. It’s a great indicator that we’re headed in the right direction and doing what’s meant to be in that moment. Allowing joy to be your guide is giving the universe permission to show you a well-lit path.

In this podcast episode, you’ll hear how this simple, yet effective concept led to new opportunities and allowed me to close the door on circumstances that no longer benefited my soul. Instead of being guided by external validation, joy allows you to trust your own internal compass. The trigger we all carry is meant to ignite under particular situations and around people that are supposed to be in our lives. It’s the feeling we get when we barely know someone, yet their presence for some reason makes us incredibly happy. Pay attention to those moments because they’re often there to tell us something and already know what we’re meant to extract from that relationship. For me, that silent feeling of joy around strangers has usually led to life lessons because somehow, my heart knew what I needed before me.

The same applies in our professional lives when we’re doing tasks that accelerate time. When I began to notice what actions made me lose track of dates and times, I knew I was headed in the right direction. For a long time, I resisted this because I felt guilty for being happy while I worked. Subconsciously, I associated ‘work’ with suffering, which is not at all how I want to live my life. You’ll hear a detailed testimony about my experiences with joy and how I slowly learned to trust those happy moments and let go of the guilt I once felt.


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Ep. 105: WOWW – Keep It Real With Yourself

Keep It Real With Yourself

Keep It Real With YourselfBefore I launched the WOWW Campaign podcast, I took about 18 months off from entrepreneurship. I knew I was grieving the death of my grandmother, but I had no idea why our relationship was so significant in my life. “Love” was not enough of an explanation and so I waited to understand so I could move on with my life and get back to the work I love doing, which is inspiring women through storytelling.

One of the things that shifted my life drastically was when I began to be honest with myself by answering some of the hardest questions I’ve ever asked. In order to uncover the root of my pain, I had to face aspects of myself and my past that I had previously kept hidden from the world. As I’ve said in other podcast episodes, it all starts with self-awareness.

Today’s Words of Wisdom Wednesday podcast episode is about the importance of being honest with ourselves and how doing this is the gateway to many other things. Positive change results from having the courage and humility to admit to ourselves what we’ve been avoiding. I was able to launch the podcast and feel more motivated than ever when I understood where my fear came from because it separated me from the fear itself. The more I understood cause and effect, the less I revolved my identity around this emotion. “Keeping it real with yourself” paves the way for a path of self-discovery and introspection that often leads to a more fulfilling life because we become less afraid of experiencing the range of emotions that accompany all of our experiences. There’s nothing scarier than facing ourselves and once this can be done, everything else is confronted with less fear.


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Ep. 104: Janna Ronert, Founder & CEO of Image Skincare

Janna Ronert Image Skincare

Janna Ronert Image SkincareJanna Ronert is the Founder and CEO of IMAGE Skincare. In this interview, she shares what she’s learned as an entrepreneur for the past fifteen years. At each stage of her business, Janna has evolved into a different leader and also acquired insight into what it takes to run a successful company.

Janna’s story is one of perseverance and the power of determination. She’s a woman with tenacity that is not afraid to push through the obstacles. Janna shares her initial financial struggles as an entrepreneur and how she didn’t allow that to discourage her. In every aspect of her life, Janna believes in planning and setting boundaries in order to give the moment at-hand her undivided attention.

Whether it’s managing her family dynamics or learning how to better manage people, Janna shares what characteristics she believes make a difference when it comes to assimilating into each role. She’s an inspirational woman that has set and accomplished goals through hard work and dedication. Enjoy the interview with Janna Ronert.


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Joy and Cici Unfiltered – Oprah’s Speech at the Golden Globes, Definition of Supportive People, Life Lessons and What We’ve Learned From Previous Relationships

Joy and Cici Unfiltered

Joy and Cici UnfilteredWelcome to the first episode of the year of Joy and Cici Unfiltered. Twice per month, Joy Pecoraro and Cici B. (AKA The Crimson Kiss) do a collaboration where no topic is off-limits. From relationships, ex boyfriends, sex and newsworthy topics, Joy and Cici aren’t afraid to have open discussions that will hopefully lead to productive and insightful conversations. The purpose is not only to provide entertainment, but to also give the audience a multi-dimensional perspective that will encourage other purposeful conversations beyond the scope of this podcast collaboration.

In today’s episode, some of the discussion you’ll hear will be related to the following topics and subjects:

  • Oprah’s speech at the Golden Globes
  • Empowering women of color
  • How the world benefits when we inspire one another
  • Their opinion on Gayle King and Stedman Graham in Oprah’s life
  • The importance of surrounding yourself with supportive individuals
  • Cici B.’s surprise announcement
  • A sneak peek into the subject of Cici B.’s upcoming book
  • What unconditional love from a person looks like
  • The importance of faith in each of their lives
  • Lessons from ex-boyfriends
  • Joy’s recent unexpected experience that led to more lessons about relationships

Enjoy today’s episode of #JoyandCiciUnfiltered on the WOWW Campaign podcast!


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Ep. 102: WOWW – Don’t Bring Your Past Into Your Present

Don't Bring Your Past Into Your Present

Don't Bring Your Past Into Your PresentToday’s Words of Wisdom Wednesday episode is about choosing to start again and not allowing your past to dictate your present actions. Because we’ve all been hurt, rejected, betrayed and disappointed, it’s important to remain aware of how these emotions leave scars that later manifest in different ways.

Many times, we react based on what we’ve previously been through, but these reactions aren’t always positive and often, close us off from the possibility of experiencing new people, relationships and opportunities. The purpose of today’s podcast episode is to remind women everywhere that while it’s important to learn from the past, it’s even more important to make a conscious effort not to allow the scars that remain in our hearts to pave the way of our future.

In both our personal and professional life, there will be hardships and challenging times. But choosing to start again requires us to continue putting our best foot forward. We should strive to give our present everything we have in order to avoid regret. “Don’t bring your past into your present” is about cherishing the lessons that painful experiences left behind but appreciating the “new” for what it is: the opportunity to begin again and create new memories that just might surprise us.


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Ep. 100: WOWW – One Step At A Time

2017 was the first year I kept and completed my New Year’s Resolutions and when I analyzed the reasons why this actually happened, it was due to small actions that I took every single day. Naturally, I want to be able to do this in 2018 as well, so what better message to kick off the New Year than a lesson about what I learned from my New Years Resolutions these past twelve months.

What I realized was that everything began with one step. Instead of focusing on the big picture, I chose to focus my attention on small things I could do on a daily basis because thinking of where I’d rather be was too overwhelming.

The New Year is a time to reflect and begin again, which is why many people set new intentions and goals for the coming year. New Year’s Resolutions are frequently made but seldom kept and until last year, I was one of those people, too. Today’s episode discusses what finally ignited the launch of the WOWW Campaign podcast and how I was able to complete 99 episodes in one year.

Taking action and changing things in your life doesn’t happen overnight and often times, requires consistent patience. All of the great leaders of the world we know of today also started somewhere and began from zero. The intention behind today’s message is to encourage you to look at your New Year’s Resolutions with a different perspective so the chances that they’re accomplished become greater and manageable. Wishing everyone a year full of prosperity joy!


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Joy and Cici Unfiltered – Lessons and Highlights From 2017, New Years Resolutions and Goals For 2018

Joy and Cici Unfiltered

Joy and Cici UnfilteredIn the last episode of the year, Joy and Cici Unfiltered discuss the lessons and highlights of 2017 including experiences with friends that have transformed the dynamics of relationships in their lives.

Cici B. and Joy Pecoraro talk about the takeaways from friendships that have ended this past year and current situations that require various straightforward communication strategies. As entrepreneurs, they also discuss their current schedule that allows for flexibility, but also requires them to work around schedules that many individuals struggle understanding and which then leads to boundaries being implemented. As usual, their conversation is full of present-day situations that may cause you to reflect on your own life and circumstances that also provide listeners with entertainment. They share what they’ve been through and where they’re headed in this coming year in a genuine and authentic manner that hopefully resonates with many listeners. You’ll hear their personal stance on New Years Resolutions and what their future professional intentions entail as well as what they’ve learned from setting previous goals.

Wishing all Joy and Cici Unfiltered listeners a Happy Holiday and a Happy New Year!


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