Dr. Sharon interviews Calvin Purnell, Jr., author of Polished, A Young Professional’s Guide for Success
In this episode, Jay is joined by author Calvin Purnell, Jr. to address the question: Can we really hear God’s voice?
In this episode, Jay continues his discussion with author Calvin Purnell, Jr. by addressing the question: Why do people desire to hear God’s voice?
In this episode, Jay continues his discussion with author Calvin Purnell, Jr. by addressing the question: Why do we often struggle to hear God’s voice?
In this episode, Jay continues his discussion with author Calvin Purnell, Jr. by addressing the question: How does God speak to us?
In this episode, Jay concludes his discussion with author Calvin Purnell, Jr. by addressing the question: How to discern God’s voice?
Dad Exhales Over the past few weeks, many people asked me the following questions: How does it feel to have your daughter go away to college? Do you feel sad? Are you nervous? Are you…? Okay stop! Here’s my answer. I feel great! I know as a father, I equipped my daughter with the tools she needs to survive, to do the right things and make the best decisions for herself. I’m not expecting her to be perfect. I am…..
As a parent I understand the importance of the conversations my parents had with me. They were designed to teach me how to be better than them. If you are a parent you may understand what I’m talking about. I highly suggest you pick up a copy of Polished A Young Professional’s Guide for Success for your child. If you’re not a parent, pick up a copy for the children in your life. There are tools in this book that…..
Calvin Purnell, Jr. of CPSpeaks.com is the author of “Polished: A Young Professional’s Guide to Success” and motivational speaker. His approach to life and success is filled with love and gratitude. Whether you are beginning a fitness journey, a new career or a new chapter in your life, Calvin’s words of encouragement are exactly what you need to hear!
I threw myself into StartUp StorySlam. Yes – I threw myself into it! Trying new things is the only way you’ll gain experiences and learn from your mistakes. The only way to get as close to perfect is to continue practicing. With every stumble over a word, I learn to focus on what I’m going to say. With every forgetful thought, I learn to remember. With every nervous feeling I get when it’s time to speak, I learn to have…..