Author KiKi Richardson talks about her new book, “The Other Woman Code of Conduct”!!
KiKi Richardson (Certified Life Coach, Author, Trainer, Speaker & Radio Personality) discusses her new controversial book "The Other Woman Code of Conduct" on Facts of Life with Nikki Smith on BlogTalkRadio!
Jul 15, 2010 – The Facts of Life with Nikki on BlogTalkRadio.com is an online radio platform that tackles real life issues with a great emphasis on solutions. The show’s goal is to bring awareness to issues that affect the community and to explore various methods of solutions. The Facts of Life with Nikki is family oriented program that welcomes everyone’s views and provides the platform to voice them.
On Thursday, July 15, 2010 at 8:00pm EST Author KiKi Richardson discusses her new controversial book, The Other Woman Code of Conduct!! " In her debut book, Certified Life Coach, KiKi Richardson takes off the gloves and confronts the biggest taboo topic in relationships today-Infidelity!
You do not want to miss this riveting interview!
At 8:00p EST you are invited to join us live in the chat room by going to: Facts of Life with Nikki on BlogTalkRadio.com as Ms. Richardson will be addressing listener questions and comments or call live on-air at 646-727-1599.
KiKi the Certified Life Coach— takes a firm, common sense approach with her clients, assisting them with taking ownership of their choices in order to affect positive change in their own lives.
KiKi the Host of Playing Devil’s Advocate™— is no-holds barred. She dares her listeners to challenge societal norms and examine the “why?”. This radio show is for mature audiences and it is Uncensored, Unscripted, UNAPOLOGETIC!
KiKi the Speaker uses her personal experiences to connect with her audience. She has an unapologetic contempt for conventional thought which has a way of getting the uncomfortable conversation started.
Forward all inquiries via Email to: Media@TheOtherWomanCodeofConduct.com
"I think it is important that people understand that just because you have chosen
to engage in socially unacceptable behavior does not mean you have to be personally irresponsible in your actions."