S5-E6- Trust God With Your Business with David Simons

The conversations I have with the guests on the Women Faith + Business Podcast are always powerful and insightful, but this conversations was exceptional!  

I learned so much from what David Simons shared about his faith and business journey and the importance of trusting God with your business.  Listen in to hear this episode!

On this episode you will hear:

  • How he miraculously got into the engineering program in college
  • How he changed career paths and became an entrepreneur after getting laid off
  • How his childhood impacted his faith and business
  • How a life altering situation led him to know God for himself
  • The power of fasting and prayer
  • The importance of bringing God in all that he does including business
  • How faith is a part of his identity
  • How he helps his clients to dominate their industry by taking dominion
  • God speaks to Him through journaling
  • God sends people to confirm what He says’ 

About David Simons

David D. Simons is a Mediapreneur who utilizes his offline and online skills to promote brands, increase businesses, support causes, and build relationships. 

His passion and excitement for media has attracted the likes of Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, churches, and entrepreneurs. 

David obtained a degree in Digital Media from Sacramento State University and a Master’s degree in Entertainment Business from Full Sail University. 

He is the CEO of Kingdom Social Media, which is an organization designed to help influential leaders and leading organizations dominate their market online through social media marketing. 

David has been recognized by, Dell Computers, Yahoo, Xerox Corporation, Huffington Post, and Hootsuite for his strategies in social media.

He truly enjoys teaching and in his spare time he is an Adjunct Professor for Temple University, the Community College of Philadelphia, and Esperanza College.

David lives in Philadelphia, PA with his loving wife, Abigail Simons. David lives by this rule: “The biggest risk you will take in life is not taking risks.”

Contact David Simons

social- @daviddsimons

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S5-E5- Serving People In the Way They Need to Be Served with Geoffrey Ingram

On this episode of the podcast I chat with Geoffrey Ingram.  Geoffrey is a coach, author, and speaker.  He desires to create workable solutions for the many problems and obstacles people who lead face. 

He shares his faith and business journey with us and emphasizes the need to serve people the way they need to be served. Listen in to hear more. 

On this episode you will hear:

  • The start of his entrepreneurial journey
  • How he strayed from his faith in his teenage years to experience life
  • The evolution of his life and business
  • The human side of the church
  • The parts of the body of Christ
  • Everybody has influence and purpose
  • How sometimes he doesn’t know if he is hearing from God
  • The evolution of his intimacy with his creator

About Geoffrey Ingram

Geoffrey Ingram is a Master Certified Life and Leadership Coach, Author of “The Power of One Leadership Playbook”, International Motivational Speaker and the CEO and founder of iCreate Inc. International. This is an organization devoted to the holistic cultivation, development and empowerment of the next generation of the most creative and influential people who lead around the world.

Whether he’s coaching a CEO of a growing company, delivering one of the several keynote addresses, workshops and seminars in the US, Jamaica, and Bahamas each year, or training a team of leaders online, Geoffrey uses captivating energy and imagery from his experiences to masterfully create an environment that produce provocative, inspiring, and workable solutions to the many problems and obstacles people who lead face. People’s minds and perspectives of who they are and what they can do or become are transformed and empowered to take a better handle of how they manage their lives and organizations.

He and his wife, Nicoya have devoted themselves to empowering families around the world through the It Takes a Village Project. It is a 501c3 non-profit organization they founded in 2013 whose mission is to engage, enrich and empower families to have healthy relationships, successful careers and balanced lifestyles.

Connect with Geoffrey Ingram

Website –

Social Media Handles- @thegeoffingram and @icreateincatl

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S5-E4- Identify What You Stand For so You Can Stand Out

On this episode of the podcast I interview ShawnQ.   He shares about his business and faith journey and drops some major faith and business nuggets! He also shares the importance of identifying what you stand for and what you don’t, so that you can stand out and attract the people you are called to serve in the marketplace! 

Listen in to discover how he hears from God in his business and the lessons you can learn from what he shares. 

On this episode you will hear:

  • The driving factor of why he wanted to start a business
  • How he made it his mission to eradicate poverty and maximize abundance
  • The challenges in his childhood
  • How he discovered who he was on a personal level
  • How he became passionate about helping ministries and churches and started his first business
  • How he identified his convictions and made sure he was congruent with his convictions
  • Your personal faith does not have to be communicated only in language
  • Release the fear and anxiety that you will do something wrong
  • God has grace for our mistakes
  • 3 ways you can get clarity

About ShawnQ

Shawn Quintero (known as ShawnQ) is a sales and leadership coach who specializes in helping experts easily attract and connect with high-paying dream clients so you can have more fun and grow your business without the ick, sleaze, and sales tricks of the past.

After landing loads of $50k+ clients, he developed his signature “Heck Yes! Sales” method. It combines his conversational expertise, talent for deeply connecting with the affluent and influential, and years of experience as a coach and mentor.

ShawnQ is the host of the Heck Yes! Podcast, speaks at summits, conferences, and panels, and has been featured across the globe as a leading expert in high-ticket sales.

When he’s not helping his clients attract and connect with dream clients, you can find him at spending time with his wife Adeola, or watching the latest Star Wars show

Connect with ShawnQ


Social Media–  @HeyShawnQ (everywhere)

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Self-Care v. Soul-Care

REPOST 6/29/2021

There has been a lot of talks lately about self-care, especially for women and specifically for mothers who tend to have busy schedules that include taking care of kids, husband, house, work, etc. 

I definitely believe it’s important for us all to make self-care a priority as the saying goes, you can’t pour from an empty cup. So putting yourself first and taking care of yourself is important to not just your own well-being but for the people who are close to you.  

In this post, I will be talking about not just self-care but specifically soul-care, what does it look like to take care of your soul on a consistent basis?

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S5-E3- Learning to Shift With The Seasons With Amos Johnson, Jr.

On this episode of the podcast I interview Amos Johnson, Jr.   He shares the evolution of his business and how he has shifted in each season and what that has looked like for his business.  He also shares the shift that happened in his twenties that made him change how he thought about his faith.  

Listen in to discover how he hears from God in his business and the lessons you can learn from what he shares. 

On the episode you will hear:

  • He was led by the Holy Spirit to shift in your business
  • He was born into the faith but didn’t come into the faith until his twenties
  • His light bulb moment about prosperity and the limited form of prosperity
  • How God showed him how prosperity really works
  • Know God to Hear His Voice
  • How you can ask God for signs to direct you
  • Be okay with knowing that you will make mistakes

About Amos Johnson, Jr.

Amos Johnson Jr, has a calling to help believers succeed at their calling. He believes a fulfilled life comes from clearly knowing what God has called you to do and doing it.

He is a graduate of Morehouse College and Georgia Institute of Technology, where he received (undergraduate and graduate) degrees in General Science and Electrical Engineering. His ministry training is from Faith Christian Center’s Faith School of Ministry.

In 2014, God led him to found Church for Entrepreneurs to equip believers across the world to discover and succeed at their God-given entrepreneurial calling.

In 2022, God led him to expand the church’s mission, under a new name of CFE, to help people to make a difference in the lives and communities of the people they are called to serve through their purpose.

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S5-E2- The Power of Hearing From God in Business with Nadine Mullings

This season we are focusing on the importance of hearing God’s voice in life and specifically in business.  God speaks all the time and the way He speaks to us is specific and unique for everyone. 

This episode I share how I hear from God in life and in business and how it has impacted me.  I share three main ways that I hear from God and how I know that it is a word from God and not just something that I think I should do. 

After hearing from God the next step is being obedient to what He says to do, and that is really where the power of hearing from God comes from the blessing for the obedience.  

On this episode you will hear:

  • The 3 ways that I hear from God
  •  How I hear from God when something drops in my Spirit and I’m convicted
  • How God speaks to me by sending a message three times from three different sources within a short span of time
  • How God speaks to me through a word or a phrase
  • That God is talking to us all the time
  • 3 Reflection questions for the episode and for Season 5 of the podcast

About Nadine Mullings

Nadine Mullings is the CEO + Founder of Nadine Mullings Marketing Agency and the Women Faith + Business Community. She is passionate about assisting women of faith in business to market and promote their businesses both online and offline using Spirit-led marketing strategies.

With over 20 years of experience in marketing and an MBA with an Ecommerce specialization, Nadine uses her experience and education to help women business owners to promote their brands using her proven B.E.S.T. Content Marketing System. She works with coaches, consultants, and content creators to help them to get strategic, specific, and Spirit-led so that they can attract new clients, get repeat business, and build a strong social network.

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S5-E1- Women Faith + Business Podcast- Season 5 Begins

Welcome to Season 5, Episode 1 of the Women Faith + Business Podcast.

This season is the MEN of Faith in Business TAKEOVER!  The entire season is dedicated to highlighting men of faith in business and hearing their business journeys and faith journeys.  

On this episode I introduce Season 5 and share the theme this season which is how we each uniquely hear from God for direction in business.  The main questions that I will be asking the guests for this Season, include:

  • How do you hear from God in your business?
  • How has God course corrected you in life or in business?
  • What has your business journey looked like?
  • What has your faith journey looked like?
  • How would you describe the power of faith?
  • How would you describe the power of business?

Tune in to Season 5 of the Women Faith + Business Podcast to hear from the guests from this Season!

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Chronos Time v. Kairos Time

REPOST 6/15/2021

Last week on the blog I discussed the difference between busy work v life’s work and how a large percentage of our time on earth will be spent working, so it’s important to make sure you are doing your life’s work and not just busy work. If you missed the post, be sure to check it out.

This week I want to explore the definition of time and go a little deeper on the topic of how we spend our time. I recently have been becoming more aware of the concept of Kairos. According to Wikipedia, Kairos is an Ancient Greek word meaning the right, critical, or opportune moment. The ancient Greeks had two words for time: Chronos and Kairos. The former refers to chronological or sequential time, while the latter signifies a proper or opportune time for action.

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Human Being v. Human Doing

REPOST- 6/22/21

When you first meet someone at a networking event, one of the first things that you might ask is “So, what do you do?” What we do plays so much of a large part of who we are that as a society we tend to focus on what we do instead of how we are being.  We would never ask someone “How are you being?” we would however say “How are you doing?”  The concept and fact that we are human beings and not human doings is so important that I decided to focus on this topic this week.    

I remember at an event that I was hosting several years ago one of the attendees mentioned that she created a “being list” in addition to a “doing list”.  This concept always stuck out to me because I thought Wow! that’s such a good idea! We are so used to creating daily “To do” lists with all the things we need to get done, but have we stopped to create a daily “To be” list with all the ways we want to feel and show up in the world?

In this post, we will focus on human being v human doing.

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Busy Work v. Life’s Work

REPOST FROM 6/8/2021

Did you know that your time is one of your most valuable assets?  During our lifetime we will spend a large percentage of our time working on our jobs.  In fact, it is estimated that the average person will spend 90,000 hours at work over a lifetime.

So considering this, it would make sense that we choose a job or career that we find enjoyable and impactful.  However, many people work in jobs or even careers that they don’t even enjoy for months or even years!

It’s so easy to get stuck in a cycle of doing work that we don’t enjoy if we think of a job as a way to make money to pay bills, but I believe strongly that God did not put us on the earth to pay bills and die!  He has given each of us a bigger purpose and He desires us to use our talents, abilities, gifts, and skills (I like to call our T.A.G.S.) to do purpose-driven work which is our life’s work.

So how do we identify the difference between “busy work” and our “life’s work“?  I attempt to break it down in this post.

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