We are super excited to present our Cover Queen & Influencer of the Season (Winter 2016).
For over 25 years, SharRon Jamison has passionately encouraged people to transform their lives physically, emotionally and spiritually. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia and a Masters of Business Administration from Nova Southeastern University, and is currently pursuing her Masters of Divinity degree at the Interdenominational Theological Center in Atlanta, Georgia - USA.
She is the Founder & CEO of THE JAMISON GROUP, a passionate speaker, seasoned facilitator, an empathetic life coach, a business professional, a certified personal trainer, a licensed minister, a proud mother, and the author of 3 books, I Can Depend on Me, I Have Learned A Few Things and The Strength of My Soul: Stories of Sisterhood, Triumph and Inspiration.
Many people crave SUCCESS daily -Success for some people, might be experiencing financial independence or freedom, to some it might be achieving fame, actualising a goal, and to others, it might be living in awareness of their purpose or creating IMPACT.
Whichever way you choose to define your own success, many aspiring achievers wonder about the process of reaching success and how to evaluate it.
In our latest issue of BRAG Winter 2016 - These 10 Powerful Influencers share what success truly means to them. Learn more about them and why their views matter.
In this Special BONUS Audio, our guest is Frankie Picasso - a Canadian Social-Preneur, Talk Show Host, Artist and Champion for Change who has been transforming lives and influencing culture for the past 30 years. She is a solution strategist, mistress of possibility and founder of The Good Radio Network, a socially conscious radio platform as a vehicle for social impact and change.
As a professional Artist, Frankie’s paintings have been featured in the International Book of Contemporary Artists Volume 6. And was recognized one of the “50 Great Writers you should be Reading in 2015!” She is very proud of being acknowledged by The Women Rock Project, and placed alongside woman like Kate Winslet, Arianna Huffington, Dr. Bernice Sandler & Beatrix Ost. A long time animal advocate, Frankie is passionate about raising AWARENESS.
Get your digital or print copy of BRAG Winter 2016 and Download The Conversation.
John Njamah is a highly sought after director in the Nigerian television and film industry. He is an award winning actor, director, writer and content producer. In the past 10 years, he has had his hands in at least six out of every 10 television drama series as a director. His TV drama directorial credit includes:
1) Fuji House of Commotion
3) Living In Lagos
7) Tide and so on.
On why he is more into drama, Njamah said, “I’m first and foremost a storyteller and long term drama series affords me that opportunity to tell my stories visually and see things unfold with every passing EPISODE. Once in a while, I fall back to direct movies if the script is right.”
Get your digital or print copy of BRAG Winter 2016 to Read John Njamah's Insightful Interview.
"Limitations are an illusion. You are limitlessness in your own ability to do whatever you set your mind to, and work towards. Go for your goals. Realize your dreams. Everything you need to succeed is right inside you in this very moment.” -Dr.Reggie R. Padin
This powerful book "Get Out Of The Dumpster" by Dr Reggin Padin joins Our Winter 2016 Reading List of Books-To-Read
What you will find inside: What Dumpster Moments are?What are the different types of Dumpster Moments?The single most important question you must ask yourselfEveryone experiences Dumpster Moments…everyone!What leads to having Dumpster Moments?How to get out of your Dumpster?The steps to take in order to reprogram your mindWhat fear and doubt really do to you?The five steps to take positive actionWhat the key to self-esteem and self-confidence is?The path to excellenceHow to execute your plan every single time
Find Out The Two Other Books That Made It To Our Winter Reading List - by Getting a Digital or…