Bigger Than Me, with host Traci Harrell will relaunch on the station Sunday, November 7th at 2 p.m. The show is sponsored by Africans on the Eastside.
“We are thrilled to announce that Bigger Than Me is returning to 1150 KKNW,” said best-selling Author, and Consultant, Traci Harrell, President of It’s All Bigger Than Me Consulting. “Bigger Than Me brings together new techniques, proven strategies, age old wisdom, and real stories to share the art and science of being aware and getting there. It’s how to take a joyful journey to achieve your desired goals and dreams in life.
“This week’s show is focused on helping listeners to leverage the power of the mind to create true transformations in life. I will help you to focus on personal and professional transformations, as well as organizational and societal changes, with guests who are all doing the right work to elevate the voices of others, and to build your capacity for real change, through real talk and real Action,” she said.
Details on Content & Guests:
- Traci Harrell will share insights from her upcoming book series and she will interview her first guest, Tracy Stone, an advanced Rapid Transformational Therapist, joining us from London England. Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) is a powerful hybrid therapy that offers unparalleled results combining the most beneficial principles of hypnotherapy, NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming), psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapies. Traci and Tracy will focus on elevating your expectations by using the power of subconscious mind, to transform your beliefs, and take advantage of those laws of nature, like the law of attraction, the law of least resistance, the law of infinite possibilities and more.
- In addition to many leadership roles, Traci serves as the President of the National Black MBA Association, Seattle Chapter. This organization host a youth empowerment program, called Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT), across the country, and Traci will be joined by her second guest, Lemar T. White, President, of the DC Chapter of the National Black MBA Association, which received one of the 2021 Chapter of the Year awards. They are announcing a joint Youth Empowerment Series, called, “Will the Money Make or Break You?”. This is a free financial literacy program, starting on November 20th, with regular sessions throughout the year.
- The final segment 11/7 is hosted by the new sponsors for Bigger Than Me, Africans on the Eastside, including Adam Dibba and Karen Smith Fraser, Founder and Chief Operating Officer of AOE (as they are affectionately known). “Africans on the Eastside is another example of real people driving real change in our community. Let’s start to get to know them, and the great work they are doing.,” Traci said.
“If you are ready for real change, hold on tight, because we are about to take you on an amazing transformational journey, where I have coined the phrase, ‘Being IN – is the WIN,’ meaning to show up and continuing to take the next right action is all it takes. And of course, listening to the truth of your heart is key. We all know instinctively what to do, and we will join you with a roadmap for success each week. Let’s do this.”