Let’s face it: in respect to some specific aspects of life, we can each stand to think differently.
Sometimes, just sometimes, our viewpoints may be a little outdated . . . even antiquated.
And my goodness, when we get on the subject of meeting people, much less dating, a mental reset may be in order.
To Smile Or Not To Smile?
In this “Unscripted” podcast episode, Co-Host Adrienne London Leach addresses the question: “To smile, or not to smile?”
She covers some of the reactions she encountered from European men on a recent trip to Scotland and the UK. Based on her observations and experiences, Adrienne provides 3 easy tips Black women can apply if they are interested in meeting more people men.
Adrienne also shares an incident she and her best friend Regina experienced when Regina decided to employ the 3 tips.
Listen up. – and then make a conscious decision to think differently.
Make a conscious decision to think differently.
Apply the 3 tips.
(In other words, act differently).
Meet more quality men.
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