On this episode, I have entrepreneur and personal coach Meaghan Langston of Durham, NC on the podcast to talk a few things coaching and many things related to foster care.
A couple weeks ago, I released an episode called “All Emotion,” discussing the shooting of a close friend of mine who also happens to be a law enforcement officer. Today, I had the opportunity to sit down with him and talk about life in general, as well as his experience and how we, as a community, can move forward to create a safer Durham.
In this episode, I was able to catch up with my longtime friend about life, family, firearms, and careers. We had some fun and told stories you wouldn’t hear elsewhere. You don’t want to miss this one.
On this episode, George and I discuss building Black wealth, being a springboard for your children as they mature, the privilege of serving communities that have been financially ravished by America, and some exciting new projects he has coming out over the next few months.
In pt. 2 of this episode, I have Laphelle Taylor, owner of Soul Lab Studios, and Vince Jamael, co-owner of The Standard Grooming Co., as guests to discuss entrepreneurship, the impact of Covid on their businesses, and how they navigate social life while owning their businesses.
In this episode, I have Laphelle Taylor, owner of Soul Lab Studios, and Vince Jamael, co-owner of The Standard Grooming Co., as guests to discuss entrepreneurship, the impact of Covid on their businesses, and how they navigate social life while owning their businesses.
Throughout the month of July, I’m doing a series called BBQ & Bourbon. Now, that’s kind of a misnomer. We won’t have barbecue each time and all… Read more “BBQ & Bourbon Ep. 1 – Leading and Protecting As a Black Man”
Last night, two of my favorite artists, Fabolous and Jadakiss, went head to head in a Verzuz battle. While I enjoyed the battle, I also learned a lot from it.
The new book, There’s A Storm Comin’: How the American Church Can Lead Through Times of Racial Crisis, by Pastor Dr. Dorrell Briscoe help Christians, especially white Christians, really step up and fight for their black brothers and sisters at a time where we can either continue on the same path or take a turn in the right direction. Check out my conversation with Dorrell in this episode.
“Today, I got my thoroughest girl with me.” Desirée Daniels is on my 20th ep. so make sure you check it out. It’s longer but it’s definitely worth it.