“With so much drama in the LBC, it’s kind of hard being Snoop D-O-double G…” The same man who popularized Gin & Juice has topped the Billboard gospel charts with an album curated in Love. Snoop’s entry into the gospel realm has brought out many a skeptic. In this episode, Dr. Shante breaks down the relevance of this project and what our judgment of Snoop says about us. This is the finale of the Spring Cleaning series.
In part 2 of the Spring Cleaning series, Dr. Shante tackles the dynamics of throwing shade. Is Kanye black enough? Should Cardi be twerking? Will Khloe take Tristan back? These mainstream distractions can pull us away from our true calling and cause our light to flicker in the eyes of our followers. Rediscover your true calling in this episode.
There’s no two ways about it: H*e Culture is real and seems to be gaining momentum. Many believers have turned to social media bashing, trolling, cyberbullying, and dragging, but is that how God would have handled it? In this episode, Dr. Shante tackles the Christian response to h*e culture in the first of a series called: Spring Cleaning.
In 2014, Kristen Harris attended Dr. Shante’s branding makeover conference in Chicago and the two have been bonded ever since. In this episode, Dr. Shante catches up with author Kristen R. Harris, to discuss how she transitioned from Corporate America to entrepreneurship to her calling as a “Spiritual Midwife”. Kristen also shares the details of her latest book release, “God Put Me Up On Game”.
Sometimes, with all the troubles and all of the people in the world, it’s hard to believe that God has time for us, for our problems, to entertain our hurt and insecurities, but He does. In this episode, Dr. Shante gives a compelling breakdown of just how intentional God is towards YOU, yes you, in the interactive PODCLASS episode.
God has freed us to live out our purpose, but when trouble comes, it’s easy to get entangled in the very things that we’ve been freed from. In this episode, Dr. Shante breaks down what it really means to be free, how to break away from our past, and highlights the methodology God uses to prepare us for purpose.
Good seed cannot thrive in bad soil. Many of us have lofty dreams and worthwhile ambitions, yet they can go unrealized depending on the type of soil WE are. In this episode, Dr. Shante breaks down the various types of soil and what we need to do produce the kind of fruit we’re capable of.
PODCLASS IS BACK! In this episode, Dr. Shante explains how life in the shallow end can be detrimental to our business and brand growth. Launching out into Deep Water is a necessary step for growth and success. Learn the steps in this interactive podclass episode.
In part two of the American Black Film Festival Series, Jazmin Washington, Manager of Grassroots Marketing & Audience Development walks listeners through the film festival experience and why it’s not JUST for content creators. The promo code for listeners is: WEAREABFF to get 20% off a SOBE Pass.
In recent episodes, Dr. Shante has shared news of her most recent endeavor, producing and directing her first, feature-length documentary. In this episode, Dr. Shante teams up with the largest gathering of African American film lovers and content creators, the American Black Film Festival. Lamonia Deanne Brown, Director of Programming sits down with Dr. Shante to discuss why NOW is the time for creatives of color to level up. This is part 1 of a 2 part series.