Have you ever had that feeling? You know that fuzzy feeling like you  met the person of your dreams,that this was “the one” the person you saw yourself spending the rest of your life with. Only to find out later that it wasn’t what you first thought it was and it left you questioning “Is she the one”. If you are single, in a  relationship, or thinking about getting engaged its important to make sure you are really ready when that time comes, so what you think is a dream doesn’t end up becoming a nightmare. Join me and my special guest Lakesha Womack  as we discuss her book “Is She The One”.  She will share tips and clues into finding out if you are really ready to pop the question. This is one episode of Men’s Voice you do not want to miss.

Thursday, February 9, 2012 10:00 PM EST

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Learn More About My Guest:

LaKesha received a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Nashville’s Vanderbilt University in 1999.  Since graduating, LaKesha has worked as a retail store manager, a licensed financial advisor with American Express and a newspaper journalist.  Currently, she is the Owner and Lead Consultant at Womack Consulting Group, a consulting firm that helps small business owners start and grow successful businesses.

LaKesha has published three books (Building a Brand without Spending a Bundle, Success Secrets for the Young &  Fabulous and Is She The ONE?), writes a lifestyle blog at LaKeshaWomack.com, hosts an three online radio shows “Late Night with LaKesha”, “LaKesha’s Lunch with Friends” and “Success Secrets” and an online web show “Inside My Success” on BlackTree.tv.

LaKesha is an AME Zion Episcopal officer serving on the 2010-2014 Connectional Steering Committee for the Young Adults in Christian Ministry.  On the committee, LaKesha is the South Central Regional Chairperson and oversees the Membership Committee.

Her favorite scripture is Luke 12:48 – “From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked.”

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