“If you want something to change in your present situation, you have to do something to change it. You have to take a step.” — Habiba KehindeWhen there's a discussion about how to find clarity in life, my favourite statement is this: clarity is a process. Many people think they have got to figure everything out before they can start something. That has been the bane of many dreams. My story is a classical example, I started blogging 6 years ago just posting quotes and motivational stories on my blog. Fast forward to the future, it's been growing into other things I had never thought of. I'd say no more for now. Story for another day. This week's episode of Lead Your Life Series features the story of how Habiba, during a very challenging moment in her life, created an amazing career path. Today, she is helping female entrepreneurs simplify digital marketing in order grow profitable businesses. Lead Your Life Series, is a special edition of Lead Your Life Podcast. We share real life experiences of how personal struggles and seeming setbacks were turned into phenomenal stories of hope and grace. About Habiba Kehinde Habiba Kehinde is a Social Media Strategist who helps small businesses and entrepreneurs get their businesses online and build profitable brands. She works with clients to strategically leverage social media platforms to attract new customers, grow their businesses and build their brands. Habiba is a graduate of Computer Science from Babcock University and has a MSc. in Information Systems, Organisations and Management from Alliance Manchester Business School. With over 7 years experience in her career, working with global FMCG, Telecommunications and Finance brands in the United Kingdom and Nigeria; she started Digital Lucy Nigeria in 2015 to help businesses leverage technology effectively. Her focus is on working with female entrepreneurs simplify digital marketing in order grow profitable businesses. Habiba would be telling us about her personal struggle(s), What were her redefining moments, the most important steps she took differently, what were the aftermaths, and what lessons she would like you to take away from her story. Enjoy! * Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Runtime: 15 Minutes 36 Seconds — 14.5MB) You can also listen on: iTunes | Android | Email | RSS Be Social Please share the love by sharing this post across your Facebook, Twitter and other social channels. What can you make of Habiba's story? Is there any part that you can relate with? Please share with us using the comment form below.