S2-E4- Step out and follow your God-given dream with Roshanda Pratt

About this episode:

One of the best things you can do for your life and your business is to bet on yourself!!  God his given you everything that you need to succeed, but you still need to take action to see God work in your life.  You have to step out and follow your God-given dream.  

On this episode I chat with Roshanda (the RoSho) Pratt about her faith and business journey and how she made the decision to bet on herself and start her full-time entrepreneurial journey.  Roshanda is a master story teller and shares several stories about her journey from television producer to business owner.   

On this episode you will hear:

  • What it means to bet on yourself
  • The power of your dreams
  • The importance of having a prophet in your life
  • The emotional rollercoaster ride of entrepreneurship
  • The power of Visibility, you deserve to be seen, heard, and paid
  • Upgrading your mindset
  • When God gives you the step by step instructions on what to do next
  • What it looks like to walk in God’s perfect will
  • The importance of taking a stand

About Roshanda Pratt

As a first-generation American with strong, Trinidadian roots, Roshanda, the “Rosho” Pratt comes from a generation of storytellers, and life-of-the-party types.  Now this former journalist and self-proclaimed ‘First Lady of Visibility’ teaches others the
power of embracing and sharing their stories so they can be seen, heard and

A digital pioneer in utilizing video and live streaming to increase visibility, Roshanda runs a thriving online community via her Facebook page, Roshanda “The Rosho” Pratt where she regularly shares her faith, humor and 20 years of television producing experience.

When she’s not working as a Storyteller Strategist helping clients find their voice, engage their audience and grow their business, she plays supportive cast to her husband Jacobee and their three children.

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