In this episode of Suite Talk we check in with Khali Gallman a successful entrepreneur and author about the upcoming Columbia Career Connect conference on Saturday, April 14th. We not only talk about what she’s got planned for the Third Annual “C3” conference (sneak peek: entertainment and nightlight industry maven Peter Thomas will keynote), but also the latest with her travel and events app Not Just Spring Break.
In the middle of the conversation, Khali turns the tables on me and asks me a couple of questions about what we’ve got planned for Thinking Good (hint: we’re writing books).
In this episode of Suite Talk, we speak with Dan Metcalf a married father of two boys, a highly successfully real estate agent and martial arts instructor. We explore how these three focal points (family, Gracie Jiu-Jitsu and work) serve as the “tripod” of his life providing focus and balance.
The folks over at the Twisted Lister podcast put together a very subjective list of the top five songs about parenthood. There is something for everyone to agree and disagree about, which is part of the fun listening to this conversation. Let us know what’s on your top five by leaving a comment below.
While newspaper obituaries of great men and women tend to summarize their achievements, what often doesn’t make it into print or given short-shrift are their failures and setbacks. I know I wrote a lot of them back in my journalism days.
But, it is in these moments of despair – when things are going wrong – when you fumble or stumble. This is when your mettle is truly tested.
In this episode, we speak with Brandon Northington, a rising corporate attorney, talented entrepreneur, budding author and inspiring public speaker. As the “Millennial Motivator,” Brandon shares his inspiring story of overcoming adversity through self-determination, grit and an unyielding belief in his ability to succeed.
In this episode of Suite Talk we chat with J.C. Smith, co-founder of Bailiwick Clothing, a Washington, D.C. based apparel brand that captures the rhythm, flavor and pride of our nation’s capital through design.
“Legacy. What is a legacy? It’s planting seeds in a garden you never get to see.” – Hamilton: An American Musical
This is an excerpt from a conversation with Lance Watson Jr founder of Heirborn, a Virginia Limited Liability Corporation, on being present with your kids and the importance of building and leaving a multi-generational legacy.
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It was July 4th, 1992. Independence Day has always sort of been a big deal in my family. Almost two decades later I would become a father on that day.
I’d been accepted to a Summer School program at Georgetown University but was short about $2,500 – essentially the tuition and airfare. I didn’t know how I’d get the money, that wasn’t my problem that was for my mom to figure out.