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This captivating episode brings guest, DC Glenn, who is a singer, spokesman, international motivational speaker professional voice artist, and actor, (represented by the People Store Agency in Atlanta) to the screen. He frequently speaks on the challenges of the music industry and is globally known for his hit album Whoomp! (There It Is), which includes Freestyle and U Go Girl.
You may already know him or may recognize him from having been recently featured in the fun Geico auto insurance commercial with the 90s classic Reel School HIP HOP due TAG TEAM is back on TOP, generating over 14 million views on YouTube, and garnering even more fans on other platforms, such as TikTok. Whoomp! (There It Is) originally burst onto the scene with their TOP OF THE POPS hit climbing to #1 on the Billboard Hot R&B charts in just 14 days and it automatically became one of those songs that stick in your head.
During the show, DC shares key points that will change your perspective on numerous life points. His profound insight will give rise to perseverance, planting seeds, never giving up, keeping the push, and never burning bridges. These strategies will keep you on the offense, which is a DC play- “stay on the offense.” His mission is to “impart wisdom” from life’s lessons, unlike what others could have taught him throughout his journey. He provides specific resources that can make an absolute level up and transformation by utilizing them in conjunction with his admirable perspicacity. This is a jam-packed, life-changing episode you just can miss!
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