The spirit of resisting finality and radical independence are strong for today’s guest.
Ernest is currently the Assistant Dean of the Martin Luther King Jr International Chapel at Morehouse College. He attended Morehouse for his BA at age 16 and subsequently received a Master of Divinity from Duke. His rich resume includes serving as the pastor of a church; the EVP of National Youth Connection, a nonprofit and connected over 1,000 young men into corporate officers of businesses; a nonprofit management consultant focusing on partnerships, collaborations, and board memberships; and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Rural School and Community Trust, a national education policy and capacity building program. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Southern Initiative of the Algebra Project and The Academy of Preachers.
Ernest Brooks talks energetically and enthusiastically about how he came upon authenticity including:
- the importance of cultivating self-belief;
- the importance of seeing clearly all facets of his life and allowing each of them to flourish in a balanced and integrated whole;
- how he has always resisted finality and, with a spirit of radical independence, striven to do the things he has wanted to do;
- his experience that when one approaches life from a place of balance, anything is possible.
You can find out more about Ernest and his personal and business affairs at Morehouse College by email at Ernest.Brooks@morehouse.edu.
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This is Episode 6