Black Women's Writer Creates Digital Empire with “Pink Pill”

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The Pink Pill is by far Christelyn Karazin’s most profitable, impactful and bold achievement. With her latest course release, The Pink Pill For Business, already raking in $20K a day in revenues, Karazin is on track to hit the million dollar mark by the end of 2020.
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Christelyn Karazin has launched a Digital Empire helping thousands of Black women live their best lives by taking the proverbial Pink Pill.

No, this is not a sequel to The Matrix.

The Pink Pill is a series of online courses giving Black women and women of color the inside track on everything from social skills and etiquette to visual presentation and communication techniques and inside tips to fast-track their love lives and careers.

Christelyn's success with The Pink Pill series of online courses has been unprecedented, earning her more than $500,000 in revenue in the two years since the 2018 launch of her flagship course, and it is no accident. She has tapped into a real need among many Black women to gain more insight into how to bypass some of the discrimination and stigma that continues to plague them, both romantically and in their careers. In doing so, Christelyn has also created a thriving community, a secret society of sorts, that Black women are sharing with each other in increasing numbers.

Christelyn’s career has not been without controversy. Her best-selling 2012 book, "Swirling," started the media conversation about Black women expanding their love options and embracing interracial dating. Her popular blog, BeyondBlack&White, cultivated a massively loyal following, covering pressing societal issues impacting women of color in America.

The Pink Pill is by far Christelyn Karazin’s most profitable, impactful and bold achievement. With her latest course release, The Pink Pill For Business, already raking in $20K a day in revenues, Karazin is on track to hit the million dollar mark by the end of 2020.

Christelyn Karazin's flagship, course, The Pink Pill, guided women in mastering the game of etiquette, honing effective communication skills, fine tuning verbal and physical social-emotional cues, and achieving success among diverse social populations and ecosystems. These are what Karazin refers to as “the softer skills."

Karazin’s just released The Pink Pill For Business zeroes in on ushering Black women and other women of color right past the racial and cultural glass ceiling that she says have held so many talented women back for far too long.

Just like its original, The Pink Pill, Karazin's second course, The Pink Pill For Business, is not sugar-coated fluff, and no detail is spared. "As women of color and minorities, I dissect what has traditionally not worked for us, professionally, and how we can finally start winning," explains Karazin.

In The Pink Pill For Business, Karazin shares well-guarded secrets that she says, "most women of other backgrounds already know, but that absolutely NO ONE ever tells us until it is far too late,” adding, “so many of us grew up in homes where our mothers and grandmothers were overwhelmed with work, and were focused on month-to-month survival. They didn't have the time to teach us these things, and we have suffered for it. It's time for us to teach each other. That's the Pink Pill."

In addition, Christelyn created The Pink Pill for College, helping women of color to live their best college lives and make positive and productive decisions during their college years.

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