Success comes in all forms and crosses all lines. So, what’s the common denominator? Learning how to Think Success. JBH goes there with successes from all sectors of life and brings their Thought protocols and life stories to you in ASK JBH.
Understanding Deconstruction with Alisa Childers I Ask JBH #79
Join Alisa Childers—a wife, mom, author, blogger, speaker, and worship leader—as she shares insights from her journey. Formerly part of the award-winning CCM recording group ZOEgirl, Alisa is now a sought-after speaker at apologetics and Christian worldview conferences, including reThink. Don't miss her latest book, "The Deconstruction of Christianity."
Designing Your Future with NCAT Scholar Samuel Dixon I Ask JBH #78
Samuel Dixon is a full-ride Honors Cheatham-White Scholar Junior at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. He is the Co-Founder and President of the NCAT Crypto Club and Aggie DAO. He is studying user experience design and blockchain technology with a minor in finance.
Ask JBH #77: Aleesha Barlow - Empowering Survivors of Child Abuse
Aleesha Barlow created Tell Somebody, Inc., an organization that works toward ending child abuse and silenced abuse of any kind. The Tell Somebody movement is about bringing awareness to parents that sexual abuse can and does happen.
"I am a survivor of child abuse. I was molested by my maternal grandfather and at age 6, I told my aunt that her father was touching me inappropriately. She told my mother, and they confronted my grandfather. He admitted it. I was told to keep it a secret from the police and my own father, with the promise the abuse would stop. Unfortunately he continued, and I never spoke up again. After 20 years, my father asked me if I had ever been molested in my life, I told him yes. I felt all the weight, burden and shame I had been carrying all those years, immediately lifted off my shoulders and I want all survivors to feel that! You are not alone. Don’t take it to the grave, Tell Somebody. It’s time to heal!" —Aleesha Barlow
Ask JBH #76: Patrice Gordon - Navigating Life, Love, and Leadership
Patrice Gordon is an established executive coach and personal development advocate, specializing in Women’s Development Programs and Reverse Mentoring. She spearheaded the development of reverse mentoring at Virgin Atlantic, with the initial focus being on how race and ethnicity impact development in the workplace.
Ask JBH #75: Dr. Demartini Unplugged - A Journey Through Regret, Prioritization, and Authenticity
Dr. John Demartini is an internationally published author, a global educator and the founder of the Demartini Method, a revolutionary tool in modern psychology. He is also the author of over 40 self-development books and manuscripts such as the bestseller ‘The Breakthrough Experience®’ which has been translated into over 36 languages.
Ask JBH #74: LoveLogiq - Creating Waves of Change Through Authenticity, Community, and Clarity
Efram “LoveLogiq” Bryant is an R&B singer, songwriter, poet, MC, & social activist. His love of music extends to all genres, particularly Soul/Neo-Soul, R&B, Hip-Hop, and jazz. LovelLogiq has performed with world-renowned musicians recreating songs from legends such as Gil Scot Heron, Earth Wind & Fire, and Al Green. He has written for major R&B artists such as Noel Gourdin and has been featured as a vocalist in the hit FOX TV series “Empire.”
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