This week on the Inspiration Contagion podcast we explore the entrepreneurial spirit and what makes you an entrepreneur with Sharifah Hardie. Sharifah shares her experiences as a business consultant and entrepreneur. Sharifah hosts a talk show and has been in business for herself for over 20 years. She shares both
I had the honor and the priviledge of speaking about race issues and police brutality in Long Beach, CA this Sunday, June 21st at the Greater Harvest Church. I spoke before the panel with Pastor Gerald Johnson and Long Beach City Prosecutor Doug Haubert. You can watch the full panel here.
Pastor Gerald Johnson invites Deputy Chief Michael Lewis and Talk Show Host Sharifah Hardie to address the unrest in Long Beach at Greater Harvest Church. 1144 Olive Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90813 Deputy Chief Lewis answers questions and discusses what it’s like to be a police officer, what the community
The coronavirus pandemic has hit the world by surprise. This pandemic is also changing the way people run their businesses. Experts are still trying to assess the magnitude of financial loss caused by the COVID-19 crisis. One part of the economy -the small businesses- are going to be the most
Sharifah Hardie, the famous live talk show host and author, is making efforts in order to help businesses affected by Covid-19. Since the coronavirus pandemic has led to the global economic slowdown, the worst impact is seen on the small businesses. A lot of young entrepreneurs are facing troubles in
– Karolina Dehnhard sees uptick of abuse due to ‘sheltering in place’ mandates across suburban, affluent American women– Westfield, NJ – April 2020 — Karolina A. Dehnhard, Partner, Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper PC and Founder, Divorce Dynasty™, a divorce concierge platform, was a featured guest on The Round Table Talk Show hosted by Sharifah
Live Talk Show “Round Table with Sharifah Hardie,” Presents Experts Who Offer Tips & Strategies on How To Survive And Thrive Amidst The COVID-19 Crisis LONG BEACH, Calif. – April 17, 2020 – PRLog — The Coronavirus is changing how we live our daily lives. The way we do business is also rapidly evolving due