We are excited to see the continued success of Paul Carrick Brunson. Brunson broke on the cover of Ladybrille Magazine as our first ever Ladybrille Man of the Month in April of 2010 and since then, he has been flying very high.
Here is an update of all of Brunson’s activities including his recent nomination at the 44th Annual NAACP Image Awards which airs today on NBC at 8pm EST.
Just wanted to quickly update you on some HOT NEWS:
- This Sunday I make my correspondent debut on a NEW show on OWN called ‘Oprah and Rainn Wilson Present SoulPancake.’ As you can see, when Auntie O calls, I’m there! Click here for more info about the show this Sunday at 1pm ET/PT.
- My first major AWARDS ceremony (notice I wrote “first” – must have audacious goals) happens tonight at 8pm ET on NBC. I’ve been nominated for an NAACP Image Award for my new book It’s Complicated (But It Doesn’t Have To Be). I’m up against 50 Cent (among other notables) Click here for airing details.
- I’m excited to announce that I’m launching a new project called #MentorMonday via my new partners at Spreecast. Every first Monday of the month at 8pm ET, I’ll take and answer video chat questions pertaining to business, branding, and life. I’ve had 100s of people reach out for mentorship over the past year and this is my solution. RSVP to my first mentoring session on Feb. 11th here!
- After many years of hosting LIVE events, the number one question I’ve received is “Paul, when are you going to do a full day seminar?” Well, I listened and created an innovative program called “Power Circles.” There are only 10 seats left. Register here for the Feb. 16th event!
One last but important thing. I’ve started writing more frequently on my personal blog and recently had a post go viral. Advice that has tremendously helped me: Surround Yourself With Better People.
A running feature for 12 years on Ladybrille.com, The ‘Ladybrille Woman of the Month’ celebrates women in business and leadership, who empower themselves and others through their contributions and actions in their local and international communities. In 2014, the feature expanded to include a podcast show. If you would like to nominate a woman to be celebrated, please email [email protected].