Yetunde Odugbesan-Omede debuts podcasts to answer those gnawing questions. Yetunde Odugbesan-Omede debuts new Podcast available worldwide titled ASK Y. In this podcast she touches upon many interesting and thought provoking topics that deal with career, education, politics, leadership, life, love, dating, personal empowement and more.
As a global speaker, author, educator, philanthropist and entrepreneur she states what led to the development of this new venture is to be able to reach more people who often seek out her advice and guidance. She stated that she get so many emails, texts, phonecalls with people those who are young, old, students, professionals, mothers, entrepreneurs and more asking for advice on issues that they are going through. Issues that often deal with career decisions, how to find their purpose and passion, how to start a business all the way to questions on dating, friends, motherhood and marriage. She states that she began to see that although the people asking the questions come from different walks of life…the questions were all very similar and often times general enough that they were applicable to so many people. So Yetunde realized that there was a need and the best way to answer these questions and be of service to a greater audience is by giving her thoughts and advice through her new podcast.
Yetunde hopes that through listening to the ASK Y podcast people are better equip to put their best self forward. She also urged people to submit questions through her website www.yetundeodugbesan.com at the ASK Yetunde portal. You can subscribe, listen and download her podcast on iTunes, Soundcloud and on her website www.yetundeodugbesan.com
I strongly believe that Yetunde is one woman on a mission to change and empower the lives of everyone she comes in contact with. From her leadership development consulting company to being coined the “Olivia Pope” of leadership development to founding her organization Young Woman’s Guide and also authoring the book Young Woman’s Guide which sole aim to develop young women into leaders…she continues to break barriers and forges ahead finding new ways to actualize her talents with grit and grace all while being a woman of service. Now that’s what you call a Boss chick.