Have you ever felt neglected by life? Are you remembering the times you wish you had done or said something? Are you still one of those people living with some regret? If this is you, today is your day! You are about to hear a high energy engaging broadcast today on THE ENERGY BAR on What To Do When You Don’t Know What To Do!

You will learn how to be grateful for the small things. You will learn how to connect with a prayer partner, an intentional partner someone who wants for you the same things you want for yourself. And, finally you will learn to be elevated in your thinking to know you have a Divine Destiny and Purpose and God wants you to succeed today. Pull up a seat and enjoy today’s broadcast with my special guest Dr. Dawn Karima. 

Dr. Dawn Karima is a two time Global Music Award Winner, a Native American Music Award Winner and an Indigenous Artist Activist Award Winner! This Media Personality and Spiritual Inspiration is also an Indigenous Music Award nominee, who hosts an Award-Winning radio talk show, A CONVERSATION WITH DAWN KARIMA. She has two award winning CDs, THE DESIRE OF NATIONS and THE STARS OF HEAVEN. She is the author of WHAT TO DO IF YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO and the Co-author of CHILDREN LEARN WHAT THEY READ, a book about multiculturalism in children’s literature.

Dr. Karima is the author of two novels: THE WAY WE MAKE SENSE, a Finalist for the Native American First Book Award, and THE MARRIAGE OF SAINTS, a volume in University of Oklahoma’s American Indian Studies Series and a Finalist for the New Mexico Book Award. This  Mvskoke /Echota  Shellshaker, Women’s Traditional Southern Cloth powwow dancer, Jingle Dress Dancer, Indigenous Theologian, Filmmaker and Journalist is a graduate of Harvard University, who holds an MFA in Creative Writing from The Ohio State University and a Ph.D. conducted at University of Kentucky/Trinity Seminary. Her home is the Qualla Boundary Reservation in Cherokee, NC. A prominent Speaker, Educator, Artist and Consultant, she is available to hire for speaking engagements, presentations, media making, academic instruction, consultations, performances, storytelling and cultural education.