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How to Get In The News With Sharifah and Adam Kipnes.

Sharifah Hardie, also known as ‘Ask Sharifah’ created her first website in 1994, launched her first talk radio show in 2009 and is an expert at raising capital. Sharifah is CEO of X Roads TV, In The News PR and In The News Magazine. Read More

ROAD TO GROWTH

SUCCESS AS AN ENTREPRENEUR Episode 23 – Sharifah Hardie – CEO of XroadsTV.com, InTheNewsPR.com , nd InTheNewsMagazine.com Read More

Sharifah Hardie Releases New Book Titled ‘Signs You Might Be An Entrepreneur: How to Discover the Entrepreneur in You’

An eye-opening guide that emphasizes the value of entrepreneurship in the business world today.  Read More

131: Sharifah Hardie – How to make your business website more effective

Sharifah is the CEO of X ROADS TV. She is a business consultant, radio host, and influencer. With over twenty five years of business experience, Sharifah has positioned herself to be one of the top executives in entertainment Read the full interview here

Dr. Azar, Genesis Medical Center

Dr. Azar Managing Partner from Genesis Medical Center on the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast for this very informative show.  Read More

Life After The Guaranteed Paycheck

An expert business consultant is using her experience in rising from the bottom to the top. Read More

Today’s Rising Star Guiding Businesses to Success

Sharifah Hardie has not only mastered these professions but is helping others to achieve success in. Read More

Climbing the Ladder in Heels with Karen Otis

chat with Sharifah about how she became a girlboss entrepreneur extraordinaire! Read more

Effective Digital Media Marketing with Sharifah Hardie | X Roads TV

In this episode, Stacy speaks with Sharifah Hardie to discuss her over twenty-five years of experience as a radio host, online marketing specialist, and business consultant.

Doctors Unsatisfied with Pharmaceutical Prescribing Trends Embrace Other Options

Laguna Hills – January 04, 2019 – Researchers from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health studied pharmaceutical prescribing trends of doctors in the U.S. They found that eighty-five percent of doctors believed that high strength opioid pharmaceuticals like OxyContin, Vicodin, Percocet, Dilaudid, Opana, Morphine, etc. are overprescribed.