And welcome to the 7th episode of Twitter Class Podcast. I am Coach Felecia Killings, the Founder, Owner, and CEO of The Felecia Killings FDN, the Conscious Conservative MVMT, and our Media Network and Academy.
Our mission is to empower Beloveds just like you to bring revival, reformation, and the renaissance to communities nationwide.
Within this virtual empire, we believe everyone has a part or share in this great Kingdom work. When each person functions in his or her respective calling, we will witness the greatest Movement of God our nation has ever seen.
Twitter Class Podcast is an extension of my daily Twitter Class sessions.
During these sessions, I will focus on teaching you various lessons related to the Kingdom of God, Conscious Black Conservatism, Black Outreach, effective messaging, building virtual empires, and using the written and spoken word to change lives.
Twitter Class Podcast is sponsored by Beloved Givers and Partners of The Felecia Killings Foundation. If you have a business, brand, product, or service that you would like featured on each show, visit FeleciaKillings.org/getfeatured. We especially love bringing authors and their books to our platform, so be sure to book your feature for our next show. Again, visit FeleciaKillings.org/getfeatured for more information.
Tonight’s show features Travis Cochran. He is the owner of DCA Management. He is also the owner of InspireYouUniversity.com. This blog contains articles related to dating, family, marriage, and more!
Cochran is also the owner of Historical Black University of Creatives, a beautiful studio in Atlanta, GA.
Not only is Cochran a brilliant entrepreneur and businessman, he is also the manager for King Randall, the Founder of The X for Boys.
Cochran’s motto is simply “Don’t Complain, Adjust.” And I can’t wait for him to delve into that mantra later this evening.
Tonight, we will dive into the mind of Cochran and his assessments regarding male-female dynamics, even within the political space.
We will discuss his FIRE article, “Single Damagehood,” which sparked a lot of conversations in Twitter Class last Friday.
Then we will tackle the issue he has come to preach most often on the bird app: Why men don’t have rights.
And finally, we’re diving into dating and courtship and why some men believe 6 months is not enough time to lock a woman down.
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