19 minutes | Jan 26, 2023
A Conversation with Egypt Sherrod
In this episode Chris talks with Egypt Sherrod, a television and radio host, author, real estate broker, designer, life coach, and coveted speaker. With her experience in various fields of work, she continues to help and educate others by sowing seeds and doing good. Interview Topics: What was it about Egypt’s household growing up that attributed to her success today Why does Egypt believe that motherhood is her greatest achievement The importance of her podcast What makes financial literacy so important for Egypt and her work How faith guides the work that Egypt does The importance of finding joy in your work What’s next for Egypt Learning how to pivot and how to brand forward Guest: Egypt Sherrod https://egyptsherrod.com Social Media Links: https://www.youtube.com/@egyptandmike/ https://twitter.com/EgyptSaidSo https://www.instagram.com/egyptsherrod/ Promote: Marriage and Money https://www.youtube.com/@egyptandmike/videos Quotes from Episode: You should first be chasing multiple streams of joy. Without that, the money won’t matter. Who you are today may not be who you are tomorrow. Contact Chris Howell: email@example.com www.chrishowellonline.com
28 minutes | Dec 15, 2022
A Conversation with Carrington Smith Trabue
In this episode Chris talks with Carrington Smith Trabue, a former trial lawyer, best-selling author, single mom, and owner of Carrington Legal Search. For the past twenty-two years, Carrie has advised executives on careers and life. Interview Topics: The most exciting part of Carrie’s career, and how she ended up running an executive search firm The cause for the decline of people aspiring to become a lawyer What is Carrie’s approach to “designing your life” Knowing what is truly important for you A moment from Carrie’s life that defined her The importance of owning your story, instead of hiding it Has Carrie always had the mindset of helping others The need for more transparency and vulnerability in today’s society What advice does Carrie have for those aspiring to go to C-Suite level What Carrie attributes her success to Guest: Carrington Smith Trabue President of Carrington Legal Search Social Media Links: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carriesmithtrabue https://www.instagram.com/carringtonatx/?hl=en Promote: Carrington Legal Search https://carringtonlegal.com Quotes from Episode: The moments that we don’t want to define us, end up defining us the most. Own your stories instead of hiding them. With adversity comes opportunity. Ask for advice, they give you money. Ask for money, they give you advice. Contact Chris Howell: firstname.lastname@example.org chrishowellonline.com
25 minutes | Dec 8, 2022
A Conversation with Andrea Patrick
In this episode Chris talks with Andrea Patrick. When it comes to confronting new opportunities, delegating tasks, and packaging your genius to drive profitability, Andrea should be your first call. She is a seasoned entrepreneur who is known for her mastery in cultivating powerful leaders, increasing revenues, quickly identifying unprofitable ventures, and creating a seamless infrastructure to do all of the above. Interview Topics: What does “failing forward” mean When did Andrea get her mindset of cultivation and helping other business owners The importance of “infrastructure” and “personal framework” in a business How to implement the systems you’ve created Is there a particular business that works well with systems and processes Are there great opportunities in a recession 3 Principles For Success: Be open to failure. Keep learning. Life and business run congruently. Guest: Andrea Patrick https://andreapatrick.com/author/andrea-patrick/ Executive Coach and Brand Development Strategist Social Media Links: https://www.facebook.com/afpatrickconsult https://twitter.com/andreafpatrick https://www.instagram.com/afpatrick/ Promote: Project CEO https://andreapatrick.com/work-with-me/ Quotes from Episode: Failing is the first attempt in learning. You don’t have to be great to get started, but you have to get started to be great. Contact Chris Howell: email@example.com chrishowellonline.com
33 minutes | Dec 1, 2022
A Conversation with Dr. Cindy Trimm
In this episode Chris talks with Dr. Cindy Trimm. She is a sought-after empowerment specialist, revolutionary thinker, and transformational leader, who has earned a distinguished reputation as a catalyst of change and voice of hope to the nations. Interview Topics: When did Cindy realize there was a call in her life to use her voice to help change the lives of others Was she able to reach out to mentors to help cultivate this calling The importance of surrounding yourself with the right people How does Cindy’s faith in God guide her as a CEO What advice would you give to aspiring and seasoned entrepreneurs What her life has been like since getting married 3 Principles For Success: Understand who you are. Give the next generation shoulders to stand on. Never compromise your standard. Guest: Dr. Cindy Trimm https://cindytrimmministries.org Founder and CEO of Cindy Trimm Ministries Social Media Links: https://www.facebook.com/drtrimm https://twitter.com/cindytrimm https://www.youtube.com/@CindyTrimmTV Promote: Cindy Trimm Ministries https://cindytrimmministries.org Quotes from Episode: How something ends is how something begins. Thou shall decree a thing and it shall be established. If both of us are the same, then one of us is unnecessary. Contact Chris Howell: firstname.lastname@example.org chrishowellonline.com
27 minutes | Nov 17, 2022
A Conversation with Dr. Nicole Roberts Jones
In this episode Chris and the team talk with Dr. Nicole Roberts Jones, a veteran of the entertainment industry that now works with entrepreneurs to create multiple streams of income from what they already know in order to build an empire from their expertise. Her clients have included the Steve Harvey World Group, Dell EMC, McDonalds, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Lisa Nichols and Motivating the Masses to name a few. She is a nationally recognized transformational speaker and best-selling author of four books. Interview Topics: Who Dr. Nicole is, and how she brings out the best in her clients How she switched from working in the entertainment industry to working in entrepreneurship How do we pull ourselves away from the noise and focus on what’s important How do we let go of seasons that have already passed How do you know when to engage with someone equally skilled as you in order to grow Is it true that women are more reluctant to try something new? Is there a such thing as “perfection” What are the principles that Dr. Nicole attributes her success to 3 Principles For Success: Be vulnerable, be willing to talk about failure. Believe in relationship building, not marketing. Once you know your value, you won’t settle. Guest: Dr. Nicole Roberts Jones https://www.nicolerobertsjones.com Bankroll Your Brilliance Expert & CEO of NRJ Enterprises Social Media Links: https://twitter.com/NRobertsJones https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi6fVkf0z7UkG1IlUJEhi8g/featured Promote: NRJ Enterprises https://www.nicolerobertsjones.com/home Quotes from Episode: Your comfort and conviction can never coexist. Invest in the level where you want to see the return. Contact Chris Howell: email@example.com chrishowellonline.com
7 minutes | Nov 11, 2022
The Fruit of the Spirit Leadership Principles with Chris Howell
In this episode Chris talks about a study showcasing different leadership principles one must follow in order to reach their highest potential. Whether you’re spiritual or not, these are some things you can look at to gauge yourself and learn about the Fruit of the Spirit. Interview Topics: Is my leadership motivated by love? Do I exhibit an unshakable joy regardless of life’s circumstances? Do people see my peace and take courage? Do I wait patiently for the results as I develop people or goals? Am I caring and understanding toward everyone I meet? Do I want to be the best for others and the organization? Have I kept my commitments? Is my strength under control; can I be both tough and tender? Am I disciplined to make progress towards my goals? Quotes from Episode: There’s a difference between being happy and having joy. Everyone is extremely busy and forgets how to be kind to one another. Contact Chris Howell: firstname.lastname@example.org chrishowellonline.com
32 minutes | Oct 13, 2022
A Conversation with Mark J. Silverman
In this episode Chris talks with Mark J. Silverman, is an executive coach, author, speaker and podcast host. He works with CEOs around the world, turning their fast-rising high achievers into effective leaders. Interview Topics: How Mark went from being homeless at 27 to having a successful business, and the challenges he had to face along the way The events leading to Mark becoming a successful author How to overcome being a people pleaser The Top 3 things leaders do to create overwhelm for themselves The conversations you need to learn to change your impact, and your life What Mark attributes their success to Guest: Mark J. Silverman https://www.markjsilverman.com Executive Coach and Podcast Host Social Media Links: https://twitter.com/mjaysilverman Promote: Only 10s 2.0: Confront Your To-Do List, Transform Your Life https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08HPTHJRF/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_d_asin_title_o00?tag=mochaglobal19-20&ascsubtag=srctok-a512fc825bbc52d2&btn_ref=srctok-a512fc825bbc52d2 Principles with Corey and Logan Podcast Page https://masteroverwhelm.markjsilverman.com/principles-with-corey-and-logan Quotes from Episode: You’re not a victim of circumstance, or people, or your to-do list. You only do what you want to do, and you don’t do what you don’t want to do. Contact Chris Howell: email@example.com www.chrishowellonline.com
31 minutes | Oct 6, 2022
A Conversation with Pam Perry
In this episode Chris appears as a guest on Pam Perry’s podcast, “Get Out There and Get Known”. He is the president of Chris Howell Communications and an advocate for change, best known for his Golden Voice for which he shared over his time in media over two decades. Interview Topics: How Chris started work in the industry and his past experiences climbing the ranks What Chris Howell Communications does in terms of helping entrepreneurs get out there and be known The books Chris has written and his advice on printing books How do clients work with Chris Howell Communications in terms of advertising and marketing Whether Chris prefers telling his story or hearing the stories of others Should people try to start or be on a podcast Podcast Host: Dr. Pam Perry https://www.pamperrypr.com Award-winning marketing communications & PR professional Social Media Links: https://twitter.com/pamperry Quotes from Episode: “We all have a story. We all have something we’re passionate about.” Contact Chris Howell: firstname.lastname@example.org chrishowellonline.com
5 minutes | Sep 29, 2022
September A Month to Remember with Chris Howell
In this episode Chris catches up with the audience and talks about the month of September, giving a moment for reflection, and motivation to help work towards the goals you set out for yourself in the start of the year. Principles For Success: https://www.chrishowellonline.com/principles-for-success-podcast1 Quotes from Episode: People say “tomorrow is not promised”. And it’s not, but we have to plan as if we’re going to. Always have something in front of you to shoot for. You can do anything if you have enthusiasm… With it, there is accomplishment. Without it, there are only alibis. Contact Chris Howell: email@example.com chrishowellonline.com
41 minutes | Sep 1, 2022
A Conversation with Leah Frazier
In this episode, Chris speaks with Leah Frazier, a two-time Emmy Award-Winning entrepreneur, attorney, media personality, and best-selling author. Leah is candid about the pitfalls and obstacles she had to overcome to reach the level of success that she has today. She also reminds us always to be learning, and remaining humble will carry you far in whichever business you find yourself in. Interview Topics: What it was like for Leah growing up and where she got her entrepreneurial desire Was it easy for her to walk away from her original attorney service to pursue a different industry The importance of investing in a “business coat” How she turned doing favors for others into a successful fashion business How Leah achieves balance with her business The concept of not having a “Plan B” The importance of meditation and being present mentally What Think Three is about, and the challenges Leah had to face What Leah attributes her success to Guest: Leah Frazier http://leahfrazier.com CEO of Think Three Media Social Media Links: https://twitter.com/TheLeahFrazier Promote: Think Three Media Quotes from Episode: "Not all business is good business." "You walked away, but you’ve invested in a business coat."
40 minutes | Apr 28, 2022
A Conversation with Mike Williams
On today’s episode Chris talks with Mike Williams, who for a number of years has helped countless other people reach levels of success, and has recently published his own book titled “The Road to Your Best Stuff 2.0”. Mike talks about having 5 decades of experience in his career and the importance of knowing yourself. Interview Topics: How Mike got started in the field of media Personal stories and experiences during his career The importance of knowing yourself and standing for what you believe in The importance of leaders to choose people that truly believe and fit their roles What prompted Mike to write a second book Has Mike’s mind always been related to business, and where did he get this mindset What Mike wants people to take away from his book How to get the youth to see the magnitude of what they have today The types of programs that Mike works on What Mike attributes his success to What’s next after Mike’s second book Guest: Mike Williams mikewilliamssolutions.com Promote: The Road to Your Best Stuff 2.0: Pushing Your Career, Business or Cause to the Next Level…and Beyond https://www.amazon.com/Road-Your-Best-Stuff-2-0-ebook/dp/B09H7MW9ZP Quotes from Episode: The dynamic of connecting to your ideas begins with who you are. If I don’t see myself in that, I’m not doing it. Contact Chris Howell: firstname.lastname@example.org Chris Howell Communications: www.chrishowellonline.com
72 minutes | Apr 14, 2022
A Conversation with Denita Lacking-Quinn
On today's episode Chris talks with award-winning expert Denita Lacking-Quinn. She is a Senior Outreach Specialist for the City of Dallas Small Business Center and leads the Marketing & Awareness workgroup for the B.U.I.L.D. Ecosystem Network. Denita talks about her experiences in this field and the challenges one must go through in order to grow a business. Interview Topics: Who Denita considered as a hero When she decided to go into business for herself and being an entrepreneur The mindset and habits Denita had to step up to challenges and beat them Did Denita ever consider writing as a career to pursue The philosophy of giving children a voice and a chance to speak their mind How Denita went after clients and landed them a role in business What was the hardest decision for Denita to make in her career What is Denita’s biggest fear in spite of all her accomplishments What are the services that she offers that help people aspiring to start their own business The challenges of starting a business, both non-profit and for-profit The best decision Denita made in her career 3 Principles For Success: Give yourself grace to fail, to succeed, to be free, and to say what you don’t know. Plan everything out. Learn the business of your business. Guest: Denita Lacking-Quinn https://linktr.ee/denitasaidwhat Social Media Links: https://www.instagram.com/denitallq/?hl=en https://twitter.com/denitaquinnapr Promote: City of Dallas Small Business Center https://www.linkedin.com/company/city-of-dallas-small-business-center Quotes from Episode: I don’t care if it failed, but you’re gonna try. And if it failed, you’re going to figure out why it did, and you’re still gonna finish the deed. We won’t achieve anything if everyone keeps everything to themselves. I’m looking for services that lead with empathy, not sympathy. Contact Chris Howell: email@example.com Chris Howell Communications: www.chrishowellonline.com
8 minutes | Mar 18, 2022
A Conversation with Hiawatha Williams
In this episode Chris talks with Hiawatha Williams, an iconic figure in Dallas, Texas. He has been working for 30+ years and helping impact the lives of others through his entrepreneurship and making a difference in the community. Interview Topics: What it was like for Hiawatha growing up and where he got his entrepreneurial sense Did Hiawatha envision the success he had, the 40+ locations and 500 employees he has today, and giving them an opportunity to live out their dreams What a typical day is like for Hiawatha How Hiawatha would like to be remembered Guest: Hiawatha Williams Founder of William’s Chicken Promote: Williams Chicken https://www.facebook.com/williamschicken/ Quotes from Episode: Whatever you’re going into, you need to know everything there is to know about that business. If you don’t, you gotta study more. I want some honor attached to my name, not the buildings because they’re not mine anyway. I gave those to the Lord long ago. Contact Chris Howell at firstname.lastname@example.org Visit Chris Howell Communications at www.chrishowellonline.com
72 minutes | Feb 18, 2022
A Conversation About Conquering COVID and Flattening the Curve
In this episode Chris talks with guests Gabby and Josephine Thinwa in a discussion about COVID and how it looks like from the perspective of medical workers. They aim to help convince more people to get vaccinated and one day conquer COVID, as well as answer questions and misconceptions from the community. Interview Topics: Will we ever reach a point where at least 80% of the population will be fully vaccinated The process of administering vaccines and booster shots What makes Omicron different from other COVID variants The importance of wearing masks and finding the correct type for you What is the “Stealth Omicron” sub-variant Will life ever “go back to normal” if everyone gets vaccinated Why the death count of COVID seems to rise as we reach the peak How pharmacists give everyone the masks they are entitled to How do we overcome the distrust we have for the vaccine The emotional fatigue that healthcare workers have How to convince friends and loved ones to get vaccinated “Does getting the vaccine give you COVID?” Mentioned In Episode: Jenny Stonemeier - Executive Director of the Chief Howell Foundation Dominique Bryant-Howell - President and Co-Founder of the Chris Howell Foundation James Bailey - Deputy Chief of the Arlington Fire Department Jaclynn Fuller - Texas Field Operations Director for Nomi Health Guests: Gabby Geren http://www.perronepharmacy.com Community Pharmacist at Perrone Pharmacy Dr. Josephine Thinwa Physician and Scientist at UT Southwestern Medical Center Social Media Links: https://twitter.com/josephinethinwa Quotes from Episode: We have to be the ambassadors of the vaccine. Avoid Dr. Google, get your information from the right sources.
81 minutes | Feb 10, 2022
A Conversation About Alzheimer's
In this episode, Chris Howell speaks with guests Dr. Sid O’Bryant, Tim Brown, Everson Walls, and RukudzHonourSithole. They each talk about their personal ventures in health, fitness, and how they coped with loved ones having Alzheimer’s. They aim to spread awareness and give advice to those in a similar situation. Interview Topics: What is Alzheimer’s, and how can men get involved with the Alzheimer Brain Study The importance of discipline in life How Everson has maintained his physical health Should you reach a stage where you require people to care for you The burdens and joys of being a caretaker How to manage the cost of taking care of a loved one What to do when they become a danger to society and themselves The importance of having a will What would Tim do if he had a chance to go back and do it all again Mentioned In Episode: Pro Football Hall of Fame Guest: Dr. Sid O’Bryant - Lead Investigator of Black Alzheimer Brain Study Tim Brown - Hall of Fame Football Player Everson Walls - Hall of Fame Football Player RukudzHonourSithole Ma, LPC-S - CEO of Inside Fitness Professional Counseling Social Media Links: https://twitter.com/81timbrown https://twitter.com/walls_24 Promote:Black Alzheimer’s Brain Study https://blackalzbrainstudy.com In The Huddle with Chris Howell http://www.chrishowellonline.com/in-the-huddle-wchris-howell/ Quotes from Episode: We can’t always live in the past. We have to overcome that and understand that things have changed in some cases. If you can’t take care of yourself, how are you going to take care of mom?
64 minutes | Feb 3, 2022
Know Your Status 2022 - Help Erase the Stigma Surrounding HIV
On Today’s Episode: In this episode Chris talks with Jessica Glaspie (author and HIV advocate), Kelly Allen Gray (executive director of AIDS Outreach), and Lonnetta Wilson (coordinator of Ending The HIV Epidemic). In accordance to the 7th annual Know Your Status event and National Black HIV Awareness day, these three experts share their stories and how they give life-changing help to those with HIV. Interview Topics: How each guest got involved with HIV/AIDS awareness Various safety precautions for young ladies when taking on new partners The importance of understanding that there is no certain look or stereotype for someone with HIV Why HIV is still relevant even during COVID and the pandemic What it was like for Jessica to go into a safe space when she tested HIV positive Fighting the stigma surrounding HIV and the importance of getting tested even with no apparent symptoms Were there any resources that are available now, but not during Jessica’s time How they are continuing services during the pandemic How to overcome the distrust we have as a community towards the healthcare system The importance of having someone to relate to Mentioned In Episode: “Live, Love, and HIV: A Memoir” https://www.amazon.com/Life-Love-Jessica-Ladeana-Glaspie/dp/057885614X https://lifeloveandhiv.com AIDS Outreach https://www.aoc.org Ending the HIV Epidemic https://www.hiv.gov/federal-response/ending-the-hiv-epidemic/overview Guest: Jessica Glaspie Author and HIV Advocate Kelly Allen Gray Executive Director of AIDS Outreach Lonnetta Wilson Coordinator of Ending the HIV Epidemic Social Media Links: https://twitter.com/jglaspie1 https://twitter.com/kellyallengray https://twitter.com/LWFutureBSW Promote: “Live, Love, and HIV: A Memoir” https://www.amazon.com/Life-Love-Jessica-Ladeana-Glaspie/dp/057885614X Quotes from Episode: It does not look a certain way; it does not affect a certain community. People are wearing masks, but that doesn’t mean they’re wearing condoms.
47 minutes | Jan 20, 2022
A Conversation with #WASHED Producer / Director Jerod Couch
In this episode Chris and the team talk with Jerod Couch, producer and director of the indie series #WASHED and two-time Regional Emmy winner. Despite 15 years of experience creating content, #WASHED is Jerod’s foray into filmmaking and long-form scripted content. He relishes in the intricacies of organization and culture-building, marketing, and overall strategy of television-film. Interview Topics: Who is Jerod Couch What or who inspired him to get into the film industry The meaning behind the name #WASHED and the synopsis of the show What was it like to put in the work and effort and be rewarded with Emmy’s The challenges one may go through if they neglect celebrating moments of success Understanding the business aspects of a project; how to grow your team and get your projects out there The importance of the structure and the people behind the scenes What lead Jerod to sacrifice and volunteer as a production assistant for ESPN when he easily could have said no What advice would Jerod give to those aspiring in the film industry, given the current climate with COVID How do all of Jerod’s successes compare to being a father The difficulty and payoff of having someone else do the work on your behalf The importance of having your spouse play a role alongside you Other projects Jerod is working on besides #WASHED 3 Principles For Success: Use your energy to hone your craft to a point where all you need to do is point at the scoreboard. Take the breaks off. If you’re not embarrassed by your first work, you started too late. Mentioned In Episode:ESPN espn.com Guest: Jerod Couch Writer, Producer, and Director of #WASHED. Two-time Emmy winner. Social Media Links: https://www.instagram.com/thecreativecouch/?hl=en tv Promote: #WASHED https://www.thecreativecouch.tv/washed\ Quotes from Episode: And a lot of times it’s a blessing, because you realize exactly who you are, and not the perception of who you think you should be. If you’re not a leader, that’s fine. Don’t start writing your story with a beginning in mind. Know the endpoint, then come back and start writing the beginning. I will take “consistently good” over “occasionally great” any day of the week.
63 minutes | Jan 14, 2022
A Conversation with Alquincia Selolwane
In this episode Chris and the team talk with Alquincia Selolwane, founder and CEO of The Black Virtual Mall. Alquincia is most known for providing useful business advice aimed at advancing women and minority entrepreneurs. Her efforts were recently recognized and feature in Forbes magazine. And she's now decided to provide anyone a more convenient method to directly engage with her, and her community, as well as network with other founders and business owners.
38 minutes | Nov 18, 2021
A Conversation with Keeya Vawar
Chris and the team talk with sex trafficking survivor Keeya Vawar about how she's taken this horrific experience and has now become a champion for helping organizations bridge the gap on putting an end to Human Trafficking.
84 minutes | Nov 4, 2021
A Community Conversation About Health & Research
In this episode, Chris talks with the experts on the new historic effort to collect and study data from over 1 million Americans across the U.S. to help build one of the most diverse health databases in history. Researchers will use the data to learn how our biology, lifestyle, and environment affect health. This information may one day help them find ways to treat and prevent disease.