Do you ever feel like you're going through the motions of every day, living your life on autopilot, but not really sure why you're doing what you're doing or even if you really want to be doing it? Have you ever lost sight of who you are in the process of trying to help everybody else? Do you tell yourself that your family is important to you but then miss out on time with your family because of that pressing work assignment?
Most likely, you have experienced at least one of these struggles. Necole Muhammad has gone through all of them, and she shares her personal journey of overcoming them in her book, Green Panties, Ulcers & Corns: Commitment, Sacrifice and Responsibility of Women In Servant Leadership. Too many of us get caught in the vicious cycle of going through our daily motions without reflecting and assessing whether we are on the right path, causing us to crash and burn. The lessons laid out in this book help keep you on track to living your best life in accordance with your values and your purpose.
Necole K. Muhammad is a licensed clinical social worker, certified life coach, certified yoga teacher, certified sexologist, speaker and professional development trainer. She is also a former high school administrator and a co-author of the best selling Soul Talk Vol.3. Necole has her Masters of Social Work and Educational Leadership. She is passionate about community service and she is actively involved in Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Top Ladies of Distinction, and Sickle Cell Disease Association of IL to name a few. In her free time Necole enjoys reading, yoga, dancing and traveling. She is married with two adult children, a dog and a cat. Necole's mission is to help others live on their highest level while avoiding burnout.