Featured TEDxUStreetWomen Talk

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Stephanie Shabazz

This Sentence Can Change Your Life

November 16, 2020

Why do we sometimes have a hard time going after what we really want? How can we get clear and go after what we really want, without being limited by fear? The key is not to avoid challenges, but to embrace them. With her no holds barred, electrifying approach, Stephanie Shabazz teaches us how to get clear about the life we want and how to go after it unapologetically.

In this inspiring talk at TEDxUStreetWomen Stephanie Shabazz shows us now everything, even the most challenging things, can be navigated by harnessing the power of our thought process and focus of energy.

Stephanie Shabazz is a Peak Performance Coach widely respected for her entertaining, “keep it real and get it done” approach. An expert in the art of manifestation and maximizing momentum, Shabazz encourages people to move from “surviving to thriving” by embracing their greatness and sharing them with the world in a powerful way. She travels frequently to speak on the topics of leadership and personal development, entrepreneurship, mindset productivity, and personal transformation in her electrifying live events, engaging trainings and workshops, and on her blog on www.StephShabazz.com.

Stephanie Shabazz is a Peak Performance Strategist, Speaker, Serial Entrepreneur, and Talent Acquisition Consultant. An expert in teaching the art of manifestation and maximizing momentum, Mrs. Shabazz travels frequently to speak on the topics of leadership development, diversity & inclusion, entrepreneurship, mindset productivity, and personal transformation. She has brought her leadership and expertise to several Fortune 500 corporations including Goldman Sachs, Ernst & Young and Microsoft, as well many non-profit organizations and governmental entities based both domestically and abroad. 

Currently, Mrs. Shabazz regularly conducts workshops and trainings on personal empowerment, leadership development, career strategy and entrepreneurial success for leaders and change-makers across the globe. She is a graduate of the University of Richmond, studied at Yale University and Northwestern University, and currently married to her best friend, and co-founder, Rashad. 


Stephanie Shabazz is a Peak Performance Strategist, Speaker, Serial Entrepreneur, and Talent Acquisition Consultant. An expert in teaching the art of manifestation and maximizing momentum, Mrs. Shabazz travels frequently to speak on the topics of leadership development, diversity & inclusion, entrepreneurship, mindset productivity, and personal transformation. She has brought her leadership and expertise to several Fortune 500 corporations including Goldman Sachs, Ernst & Young and Microsoft, as well many non-profit organizations and governmental entities based both domestically and abroad. 


Currently, Mrs. Shabazz regularly conducts workshops and trainings on personal empowerment, leadership development, career strategy and entrepreneurial success for leaders and change-makers across the globe. She is a graduate of the University of Richmond, studied at Yale University and Northwestern University. 

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