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Paul Brunson on the Nipsey Hussle Tragedy and what it Means for Black Entrepreneurs

In this segment, Paul Brunson speaks candidly about the Nipsey Hussle tragedy, what that means for Black founders, and what we can do to honor his legacy and ensure the marathon continues.

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Ken Moorman On What Happens “On the Other Side” of Your Vision

For every vision, there must be provision. But, you rarely have everything you need to be successful up front. Some things you won’t get until you decide to leap.

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Joshua Humbert Differentiates Between Loyalty and Allegiance In Social Circles

On this segment, Joshua Humbert shares one of the areas we all need to protect ourselves more in is within our social circles.

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Sheena Allen on Leveraging All of Her Talents in Her Tech Startups

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Joshua Humbert On The Black Church’s Role In Building Social Capital And Wealth

In this segment, Mr. Philanthropy himself, Joshua Humbert, discusses what inspired him to pursue a career in Philanthropy. As an expert in building and leveraging “social capital”, Mr. Philanthropy suggests we start with church when leveraging social capital.

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Rags To Riches With Ralph Reynolds

In this episode, Ralph Reynolds opens up about life in Harlem, going from making $800 selling tee shirts outside a concert to becoming a fashion mogul. Alongside Ron Perry, Ralph Reynolds built RP55 into a multimillion dollar brand that spoke directly to the onset of a burgeoning industry based on Hip Hop culture – that is, urban fashion.

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Ralph Reynolds on getting his hustle from his mother

Ralph Reynolds on getting his hustle from his mother In this segment, Ralph Reynolds highlights the role his mother played in helping him envision himself as an entrepreneur. Though that would come years later, he credits those lessons as being an integral part of his current success.

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Sheena Allen on Terry, MS Being a Banking Desert

In this segment, Sheena Allen explores the concept of a banking deserts and why she’s the perfect person to disrupt banking for underbanked millennials.

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The Power of Alignment with R. Nicole Sharp

In this episode, R. Nicole Sharp reminisces about literally growing up on NSU’s campus and eventually graduating from there. Her journey to becoming a serial entrepreneur, like everyone’s, is indirect but fulfilling. The key to her success has been remaining aligned with her faith.

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Accountability is Everything with Tobe Stephens

In this episode, we sit down with Tobe Stephens, founder of Enhanced Training Champions based in Washington, D.C., to discuss the importance of HBCUs, why ownership was so important to him, and why accountability is a major key in business and in life.

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The First Sip with Ken Moorman

In this episode, Ken Moorman takes us on a journey exploring how he became a coffee entrepreneur. As it turns out, he’s really not in the coffee business at all. We address the difficulty of entering a business with no mentors or role models as well as the significance of a Black-owned coffee shop located in Manassas, VA. Ken invites us to “take a sip”, by faith, of entrepreneurship as he is a staunch advocate of “inspired businesses”.

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Get to the Bag w/ David Gregory

In this episode, David Gregory details his growth from the new kid on the block trying to fit in to become a first generation college graduate from NSU. Later, he would obtain an MBA from UMUC and begin his entrepreneurship journey. An active member of Alpha Phi Alpha, today David owns and operates his own boutique consulting firm, APTNEXUS, which specializes in providing intelligent cybersecurity solutions for public and private sector clients. This is David’s 7RUTH.

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