Ghostbusters

ghostbusters

Justin and Joy reflect on the power of apology and engage in the most inappropriate game of “would you be more mad if…”

  • Should you honestly respond to the question, “How was your weekend?”
  • Joy’s obsession with life paths, numerology, and zodiac signs.
  • Which is more effective in a relationship: adaptability or flexibility?
  • Learning to maintain a more realistic and effective pace in achieving your goals.
  • Justin’s life-changing experience apologizing to an old friend he hadn’t seen in 15 years.
  • The most inappropriate game of “would you be more made if…”
  • And much more!

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Neighborhood Watch

neighborhood watch

Justin and Joy discuss the power of vision statements and the dangerous side effects of ghosting.

  • Joy’s favorite season is officially upon us and she’s convinced the new moon has her TRIPPIN’!
  • The importance of having a vision statement for your life.
  • Joy’s latest YouTube obsession isn’t for the faint of heart.
  • Are you still missing out on your best life by not subscribing to the weekly wellness newsletter?
  • Issa Rae gave an honest and REAL look into the life of ghosting.
  • How far are you willing to push the boundaries to seek “closure”?
  • And much more!

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Master The Approach

master the approach

Justin and Joy suggest a new HR practice all companies should implement and share a few helpful tricks to help men approach women.

  • Childish Gambino dropped another loaded music video just before we say farewell to summer.
  • Joy’s judgment and parenting regarding Justin’s social media usage.
  • It’s Joy’s birthday week! Will the birthday monster come out?
  • HR needs to implement new penalties for employees permeating an aura of negativity.
  • Cracking the code for a functional and stylish wardrobe.
  • Justin shares a few tricks to help men overcome the fear of approaching women.
  • And much more!

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Call Me By My Name

no new friends

Justin and Joy discuss why “no new friends” is the worst slogan to live by and how they would react if someone they were dating called them another person’s name.

  • Justin’s happy to report he’s back on his meditation schedule.
  • Joy’s “shocking” discovery that our interactions aren’t just unique to us.
  • Naps should be acceptable practices in the workplace.
  • Come hang with us this Saturday as we discuss monogamy, polyamory, and mental health.
  • “No New Friends” has quickly become one of our least favorite sayings.
  • August Challenge: Ridding ourselves of everything that does not serve a purpose.
  • Joy’s EXTREME frustration with women’s nipples.
  • How would you react if someone you are dating called you a different name?
  • And much more!

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Stop Waiting For The One

soulmates

Justin and Joy discuss the existence of soulmates and whether or not we are destined to spend the rest of our lives with one “special” person.

  • Our firework-free 4th of July.
  • The subtle influence negativity can have on our worldview.
  • Why marriage is the beginning, not the end, of life as you know it.
  • Pre-registration for “15 Must-Have Conversations Before Saying I Do” is OPEN!
  • Self-awareness comes with self-responsibility.
  • Don’t forget to grab your tickets to The Mingle LA.
  • Do soulmates exist? If so, do you only have one?
  • And much more!

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Black Women Deserve Better

royal wedding

Justin and Joy recap the Royal Wedding and break down the key takeaways from their singles mixer and panel discussion.

  • Congratulations Harry and Meghan – we got a black princess, y’all!
  • The royal wedding was low key turnt up.
  • We successfully hosted our very first live event – The Mingle!
  • Key takeaways: lack of vulnerability and authenticity, poor approach, too much focus on attraction.
  • How Justin’s focus on wellness increased Joy’s attraction levels.
  • Black women are tired and we as black man MUST do better.
  • And much more!

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