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Some call it intuition, synchronicity, the universe, or even destiny; but it wasn’t just talent that got these artists to this point. It was an invisible guiding force that has directed many actors and artists on their path. From household names to working artist still making strides to greatness, these artists know they have come this far by faith. Their stories will inspire you. Their triumphs will encourage you and their lives will empower you to keep moving forward through whatever obstacles may stand in your way. Hosted by actress RaVal Davis Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

Latest Episodes

'The Nod' Creators Brittany Luse and Eric Eddings Talk Turning their podcast into Television Gold with Quibi

Brittany Luse and Eric Eddings creators of popular podcast The Nod Talk Turning their podcast into Television Gold with Quibi. Brittany and Eric from the knod. I'm sure listeners will recognize the nod. You guys have been doing this for a long time. And yes, you have right and that's one of the things you talk about a lot on your podcast is how long you guys have been friends. And I love that about you all. I love your rapport and I want to start there. I know you have shared the story before, but let's just start with how you all built your relationship prior to the podcast. Yeah, I mean, honestly, it's just, you know, kind of regular degular friends, you know, we, we met, we met, at Howard University, what feels like forever ago, but it's actually probably about 15 years ago at this point, and, and yeah, we just met at a party and kind of and kind of, you know, fell in as friends do--first within a circle of friends. And then you have that big transition, where, you know, you graduate from college, and everybody's kind of like, you know, moving to different places. And I think that's actually probably when Britney and I got closer like we were close in college, but definitely after graduation, like when we really started our relationship because we were just trying to figure it out. You know, it's like, do I take this job? This doesn't feel right and like life is a little crazy. No, but I think we were lucky to be able to have each other and our circle of friends was also really tight. So we just just stayed in touch and then as life continued to happen, I think it brought us kind of close together Brittany at one point move to New York. a while, to stay stay with me for a little bit and yeah, six months on the futon. Yeah, yeah. [laughs] Yeah. But yeah, I mean, it each point I think we kind of turn to each other. And so you know, I will say like, it was a different...... it was definitely a different journey when we started when we kind of decided how to decided to work together creatively. But you know, we had like, known each other for so long at that point. It was strictly not like that knew of a process because we knew the person it was just we didn't know the work that we had to do. Yeah, we didn't know the work that we had to do and we were figuring the work out along the way. It was like podcasting is very much a thing. I don't know if you've experienced this RaVal, but like, podcasting is a thing. I think for the most part where you are learning as you're going, you're like, I'm gonna do it, and you're like, I'm just gonna talk, we're gonna record it, we'll put it out, I'm just gonna do it. Everyone's gonna love it and it will be amazing. And that is not how it is. is not how it is. But I do think that the process of like learning to do something creative together, learning to be accountable to another person, in a creative endeavor, and also learning the work side of each other, I think was also definitely it has been eye opening experience. We've definitely grown closer and continue to grow as friends in those ways as well. I love that I love that you're friends and that you can work together. And I think that's something that's so important. Essentially, you guys are producing partners at this point, right? Because you've transitioned from the podcast producing that to now producing a television show. So I would love to get your thoughts on how you ... How do you choose the right producing partner? So many times we see people go into business, we've seen major directors and producers, of these companies have great success then split up and kind of it become a nasty sort of thing. How do you make sure that you're selecting a friend that you can actually work with? Or how do you isolate those characteristics? .... --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

49 minAUG 27
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'The Nod' Creators Brittany Luse and Eric Eddings Talk Turning their podcast into Television Gold with Quibi

Jemele Hill & Cari Champion Talk betting on yourself, leaving ESPN, and creating their new show 'Stick to Sports' for VICE.

Jemele Hill & Cari Champion Talk betting on yourself, leaving ESPN, and their new VICE show Sticking to Sports. Jamele Hill Cari Champion. Oh my gosh, I'm so excited to speaking to you all. And congratulations on your new show. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for even being interested in talking to us I was so excited when I got the call that I was going to be able to talk to you all because I'd already seen you posted on your Instagram. Post the preview and I was like oh my god, this is gonna be good. ...shenanigans shenanigans. I hope we live up to the teasers that they've been able to put out so we're doing our best. Yeah, they made us look funnier than we may. you're gonna live up to it. Well, I like to start every interview by asking What is something that you're grateful for? A great way to start an interview, okay. I'm praying I'm Amen. I am grateful for Believe it or not the year 2020 Hmm, I'm grateful for the way in which it has made America the world, pay attention to things that matter. Um, it's very easy to be like 2020 is perfect vision but I feel no one can hide any longer under the guise of being a good person or being a part of a movement that they really aren't a part of. I think although I think that we are removing all the the disingenuous people out of society and we're seeing who people are for who in their true state admit to me, I'd rather know what I'm dealing with and not so for me, grateful for that education. No matter how painful it's been, no matter how hard it's been. I am grateful for that education. This year has been beautiful for me professionally. I walked away and jumped off the ledge of ESPN and decided to trust myself and bet on myself. And it has paid dividends huge. And so this year has been nothing but great for me. I know it sounds horrible to say, but really just looking at it from a big picture, I just see that in society, we have to be at a better place. And we're exposing all of these fakes. And we are letting people who have authentic voices and real true good hearts push through and be elevated. And that's what we need. I think I'm grateful for the season. I mean, because more than I guess, the year because it could be beyond just 2020. I'm grateful for this season in life. You know, I think a lot of black women in particular are stepping into their power. I think we're reflective of being to black women who are stepping into theirs. As Carrie mentioned, she not to me, it feels like you left ESPN like years ago, and it's only been a few months. Yeah. And she got all the jobs, all the jobs, all the jobs, right. So there's something really significant about what she said about betting on yourself. I've been in this season now, since I left ESPN and I left in 2018, where I've just taken all these different chances and risks, and really been very vigilant about not compromising who I am to have work and been very thankful that I don't have to do that, too, in order to work and work abundantly in this business. And so I think that's a big reason why we're at this point right now with this with this show is like we both did the same thing, and that we both bet on ourselves. We both were looking for a situation where we can have maximum autonomy, autonomy, and that will respect our creativity will be more of a collaboration, then I'm working for you that kind of situation. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

31 minAUG 19
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Jemele Hill & Cari Champion Talk betting on yourself, leaving ESPN, and creating their new show 'Stick to Sports' for VICE.

Legendary Award Winning Actress Lynn Whitfield talks Greenleaf finale, God showing up on set, and the power of prayer plus craft

Legendary Emmy Award Actress Lynn Whitfield talks Greenleaf finale, God showing up on set, and the power of prayer plus craft. Miss Lynn Whitfield. Hi. Hello, beautiful. How are you? Beautiful. I'm doing Wow. I'm RaVal Davis. I'm so excited to have you on the God Is my agent podcast today. Thank you. Thank you so so much. That's why had to have you on here obviously, in all your lady Mae fabulousness, and godliness. And you know, we had to have the first lady on God is my Agent. Before we even start off the show, I want to give a little bit of an introduction. Although you need no introduction, everybody in these comments is already shouting out their favorite characters that you play throughout their lives. I've watched you as Miss Josephine Baker and stomping at the savoy was one of my favorite movies that I watched over and over. As a child growing up, I'm an actress and you have inspired me so much so I just want to say thank you. There are a lot of actresses on here. We just wa...

44 minAUG 11
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Legendary Award Winning Actress Lynn Whitfield talks Greenleaf finale, God showing up on set, and the power of prayer plus craft

EMMY Award Winning host, Actress and Comedian Sherri Shepherd Talks Racism and Representation Behind the Scenes, Marta Kauffman & Friends, Trusting God

EMMY Award Winning host, Actress and Comedian SherriShepherd Talks Racism and Representation on Screen, Marta Kaufman & Friends, Trusting God and protecting her young black son with special needs and more The award winning actress, comedian, Sherri Shepherd is here. Thank you for having me. How are you? I am so well. I'm doing the best that I can we were just talking about ways to stay positive in this time and practicing gratitude is one of the ways that I do that. But before we get into all that I want to introduce I mean, I don't really have to introduce you. You are an actress, comedian, executive producer, all of the things all of the slashes an amazing woman and an amazing woman of God. I'm so glad to have you on God Is My Agent the podcast. Sherri Shepherd is here. I am so excited. Oh, they say you're glowing. They say you're glowing, Sherri. Thank You. You know, you gotta make make sure in this time, like mental wellness checks, you know, like I told and I'm only mentioning people that folks know, to emphasize my point, but like Niecy Nash, call me like at five this morning, just to make sure I was gonna be okay to do a whole day of press, you know? Yeah to check on me, and I so appreciated that because sometimes you just down in your spirit and then around 1155 Kym Whitley, called to check on me and then Octavia Spencer was like, it was a little text going, Hey, friend, you know, heart check. And you know, and I do that to people. So it's kind of just--we have to keep it, especially women, we got to keep each other lifted up, because everybody's going through something different, you know, in their lives during this this moment of time. You know? I love that--how your friends show up for you. And that's clearly a reflection of you, you know, the, the reason they feel that they should show up for you and that they have to show up for you like that. You know, would you agree? Yeah, I do. And I have I have to say I have really, really good friends, you know, and Yvette Nicole Brown texted me She's like, you know, I'm subbing for somebody on your press tour, and I'll be there. And that just made my heart feel good, because I was like, it's Yvette Nicole Brown, asking me questions and I think it' s so important about who you align yourself with, who you partner yourself with in terms of friendship. And people say all Hollywood is so this, and it's so that and it is, it is absolutely everything you say it is. But you have to find those people who really share your core beliefs. Your core beliefs. So when you're going through the thick and thin of it, those people you know, will be there. They won't be the flighty friends, or the folks that are just there just for the perks, because that shows that that shows itself very quickly. And so partnership is so important. So these people that I ride with; Niecy, Kym Whitley.... I've been friends with him for 25 years. Niecy said stop saying 30 because stop she says stop it. You're know? Like it's literally, Kim Whitley and I lived across the street from each other. And we're both struggling comics. And you know, I've known Octavia for a long time.So these are not new people that I'm meeting, but then also people that I'm meeting, trying to figure out who I want to mentor and pour into because I am that auntie and don't mind being called Aunty, you know who I want to pour into? To be able to navigate this world and keep your sanity? Yeah, hmm. Yes, I think that is very important. I think women we need to look at who are because I don't I'm gonna tell you something. When I hear women say, you know women do better with men. That's not good. Oh, trying to connect and co partner with women. Because there's things that you go through with like somebody's gonna keep you strong and undergird you and nurture you the stuff that a man can't do. I love my brothers and but you know, it's like we we need our friends, our sisters. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent

44 minJUL 15
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EMMY Award Winning host, Actress and Comedian Sherri Shepherd Talks Racism and Representation Behind the Scenes, Marta Kauffman & Friends, Trusting God

Actress, and host Meagan Good talks God's place in protest, equal pay for black actresses, self care, and hosting Girlfriend's Checkin on OWN

Actress, and host Meagan Good talks God's place in protest, equal pay for black actresses, self care, and hosting Girlfriend's Checkin on OWN --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

35 minJUN 19
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Actress, and host Meagan Good talks God's place in protest, equal pay for black actresses, self care, and hosting Girlfriend's Checkin on OWN

Journalist Soledad O'Brien talks How to overcome fear or stage fright, disconnecting from social media and being prepared.

Journalist Soledad O'Brien talks overcoming fear and stage fright, disconnecting from social media and being prepared. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

31 minJUN 10
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Journalist Soledad O'Brien talks How to overcome fear or stage fright, disconnecting from social media and being prepared.

TV Correspondent & Host Mike Muse on being led to the Obama campaign, Never having an Agent or reel and more.

TV Correspondent & Host Mike Muse on being led to the Obama campaign, Never having an Agent or reel and more. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

46 minMAY 27
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TV Correspondent & Host Mike Muse on being led to the Obama campaign, Never having an Agent or reel and more.

Influencer Nitika Chopra Talks Landing Her First Talk Show, launching Chronicon and more

On this episode of God Is My Agent, talk show host and Chronicon Founder Nitika Chopra talks about her path from pain to purpose. Some call it intuition, synchronicity, the universe, or even destiny; but it wasn’t just talent that got these artists to this point. It was an invisible guiding force that has directed many actors and artist on their path. God Is My Agent is a podcast where actors, artist, TV and film professionals --who have witnessed God’s fingerprint in the guidance of their lives and careers, tell their stories. From household names to working artist still making strides to greatness, these artists know they have come this far by faith. Their stories will inspire you. Their triumphs will encourage you and their lives will empower you to keep moving forward through whatever obstacles may stand in your way. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

58 minMAY 20
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Influencer Nitika Chopra Talks Landing Her First Talk Show, launching Chronicon and more

Actor Dorian Missick of ABC's 'For Life' Talks Auditioning with Denzel Washington, Faith Vs. Ego with and more

On this episode of God Is My Agent, actor and producer Dorian Missick of ABC's For Life talks auditioning with Denzel Washington , being of service, walking on faith and more. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

37 minMAY 12
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Actor Dorian Missick of ABC's 'For Life' Talks Auditioning with Denzel Washington, Faith Vs. Ego with and more

God Is My Agent Introduction

Welcome to God Is My Agent The Podcast hosted by RaVal Davis Some call it intuition, synchronicity, the universe, or even destiny; but it wasn’t just talent that got these artists to this point. It was an invisible guiding force that has directed many actors and artist on their path. God Is My Agent is a podcast where actors, artist, TV and film professionals --who have witnessed God’s fingerprint in the guidance of their lives and careers, tell their stories. From household names to working artist still making strides to greatness, these artists know they have come this far by faith. Their stories will inspire you. Their triumphs will encourage you and their lives will empower you to keep moving forward through whatever obstacles may stand in your way. Your new road to God starts now. Hear from TD Jakes, Soledad O'Brien, Dorian Missick, Nitika Chopra, Mike Muse, Africa Miranda and more. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

55 sMAY 4
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Latest Episodes

'The Nod' Creators Brittany Luse and Eric Eddings Talk Turning their podcast into Television Gold with Quibi

Brittany Luse and Eric Eddings creators of popular podcast The Nod Talk Turning their podcast into Television Gold with Quibi. Brittany and Eric from the knod. I'm sure listeners will recognize the nod. You guys have been doing this for a long time. And yes, you have right and that's one of the things you talk about a lot on your podcast is how long you guys have been friends. And I love that about you all. I love your rapport and I want to start there. I know you have shared the story before, but let's just start with how you all built your relationship prior to the podcast. Yeah, I mean, honestly, it's just, you know, kind of regular degular friends, you know, we, we met, we met, at Howard University, what feels like forever ago, but it's actually probably about 15 years ago at this point, and, and yeah, we just met at a party and kind of and kind of, you know, fell in as friends do--first within a circle of friends. And then you have that big transition, where, you know, you graduate from college, and everybody's kind of like, you know, moving to different places. And I think that's actually probably when Britney and I got closer like we were close in college, but definitely after graduation, like when we really started our relationship because we were just trying to figure it out. You know, it's like, do I take this job? This doesn't feel right and like life is a little crazy. No, but I think we were lucky to be able to have each other and our circle of friends was also really tight. So we just just stayed in touch and then as life continued to happen, I think it brought us kind of close together Brittany at one point move to New York. a while, to stay stay with me for a little bit and yeah, six months on the futon. Yeah, yeah. [laughs] Yeah. But yeah, I mean, it each point I think we kind of turn to each other. And so you know, I will say like, it was a different...... it was definitely a different journey when we started when we kind of decided how to decided to work together creatively. But you know, we had like, known each other for so long at that point. It was strictly not like that knew of a process because we knew the person it was just we didn't know the work that we had to do. Yeah, we didn't know the work that we had to do and we were figuring the work out along the way. It was like podcasting is very much a thing. I don't know if you've experienced this RaVal, but like, podcasting is a thing. I think for the most part where you are learning as you're going, you're like, I'm gonna do it, and you're like, I'm just gonna talk, we're gonna record it, we'll put it out, I'm just gonna do it. Everyone's gonna love it and it will be amazing. And that is not how it is. is not how it is. But I do think that the process of like learning to do something creative together, learning to be accountable to another person, in a creative endeavor, and also learning the work side of each other, I think was also definitely it has been eye opening experience. We've definitely grown closer and continue to grow as friends in those ways as well. I love that I love that you're friends and that you can work together. And I think that's something that's so important. Essentially, you guys are producing partners at this point, right? Because you've transitioned from the podcast producing that to now producing a television show. So I would love to get your thoughts on how you ... How do you choose the right producing partner? So many times we see people go into business, we've seen major directors and producers, of these companies have great success then split up and kind of it become a nasty sort of thing. How do you make sure that you're selecting a friend that you can actually work with? Or how do you isolate those characteristics? .... --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

49 minAUG 27
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'The Nod' Creators Brittany Luse and Eric Eddings Talk Turning their podcast into Television Gold with Quibi

Jemele Hill & Cari Champion Talk betting on yourself, leaving ESPN, and creating their new show 'Stick to Sports' for VICE.

Jemele Hill & Cari Champion Talk betting on yourself, leaving ESPN, and their new VICE show Sticking to Sports. Jamele Hill Cari Champion. Oh my gosh, I'm so excited to speaking to you all. And congratulations on your new show. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for even being interested in talking to us I was so excited when I got the call that I was going to be able to talk to you all because I'd already seen you posted on your Instagram. Post the preview and I was like oh my god, this is gonna be good. ...shenanigans shenanigans. I hope we live up to the teasers that they've been able to put out so we're doing our best. Yeah, they made us look funnier than we may. you're gonna live up to it. Well, I like to start every interview by asking What is something that you're grateful for? A great way to start an interview, okay. I'm praying I'm Amen. I am grateful for Believe it or not the year 2020 Hmm, I'm grateful for the way in which it has made America the world, pay attention to things that matter. Um, it's very easy to be like 2020 is perfect vision but I feel no one can hide any longer under the guise of being a good person or being a part of a movement that they really aren't a part of. I think although I think that we are removing all the the disingenuous people out of society and we're seeing who people are for who in their true state admit to me, I'd rather know what I'm dealing with and not so for me, grateful for that education. No matter how painful it's been, no matter how hard it's been. I am grateful for that education. This year has been beautiful for me professionally. I walked away and jumped off the ledge of ESPN and decided to trust myself and bet on myself. And it has paid dividends huge. And so this year has been nothing but great for me. I know it sounds horrible to say, but really just looking at it from a big picture, I just see that in society, we have to be at a better place. And we're exposing all of these fakes. And we are letting people who have authentic voices and real true good hearts push through and be elevated. And that's what we need. I think I'm grateful for the season. I mean, because more than I guess, the year because it could be beyond just 2020. I'm grateful for this season in life. You know, I think a lot of black women in particular are stepping into their power. I think we're reflective of being to black women who are stepping into theirs. As Carrie mentioned, she not to me, it feels like you left ESPN like years ago, and it's only been a few months. Yeah. And she got all the jobs, all the jobs, all the jobs, right. So there's something really significant about what she said about betting on yourself. I've been in this season now, since I left ESPN and I left in 2018, where I've just taken all these different chances and risks, and really been very vigilant about not compromising who I am to have work and been very thankful that I don't have to do that, too, in order to work and work abundantly in this business. And so I think that's a big reason why we're at this point right now with this with this show is like we both did the same thing, and that we both bet on ourselves. We both were looking for a situation where we can have maximum autonomy, autonomy, and that will respect our creativity will be more of a collaboration, then I'm working for you that kind of situation. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

31 minAUG 19
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Jemele Hill & Cari Champion Talk betting on yourself, leaving ESPN, and creating their new show 'Stick to Sports' for VICE.

Legendary Award Winning Actress Lynn Whitfield talks Greenleaf finale, God showing up on set, and the power of prayer plus craft

Legendary Emmy Award Actress Lynn Whitfield talks Greenleaf finale, God showing up on set, and the power of prayer plus craft. Miss Lynn Whitfield. Hi. Hello, beautiful. How are you? Beautiful. I'm doing Wow. I'm RaVal Davis. I'm so excited to have you on the God Is my agent podcast today. Thank you. Thank you so so much. That's why had to have you on here obviously, in all your lady Mae fabulousness, and godliness. And you know, we had to have the first lady on God is my Agent. Before we even start off the show, I want to give a little bit of an introduction. Although you need no introduction, everybody in these comments is already shouting out their favorite characters that you play throughout their lives. I've watched you as Miss Josephine Baker and stomping at the savoy was one of my favorite movies that I watched over and over. As a child growing up, I'm an actress and you have inspired me so much so I just want to say thank you. There are a lot of actresses on here. We just wa...

44 minAUG 11
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Legendary Award Winning Actress Lynn Whitfield talks Greenleaf finale, God showing up on set, and the power of prayer plus craft

EMMY Award Winning host, Actress and Comedian Sherri Shepherd Talks Racism and Representation Behind the Scenes, Marta Kauffman & Friends, Trusting God

EMMY Award Winning host, Actress and Comedian SherriShepherd Talks Racism and Representation on Screen, Marta Kaufman & Friends, Trusting God and protecting her young black son with special needs and more The award winning actress, comedian, Sherri Shepherd is here. Thank you for having me. How are you? I am so well. I'm doing the best that I can we were just talking about ways to stay positive in this time and practicing gratitude is one of the ways that I do that. But before we get into all that I want to introduce I mean, I don't really have to introduce you. You are an actress, comedian, executive producer, all of the things all of the slashes an amazing woman and an amazing woman of God. I'm so glad to have you on God Is My Agent the podcast. Sherri Shepherd is here. I am so excited. Oh, they say you're glowing. They say you're glowing, Sherri. Thank You. You know, you gotta make make sure in this time, like mental wellness checks, you know, like I told and I'm only mentioning people that folks know, to emphasize my point, but like Niecy Nash, call me like at five this morning, just to make sure I was gonna be okay to do a whole day of press, you know? Yeah to check on me, and I so appreciated that because sometimes you just down in your spirit and then around 1155 Kym Whitley, called to check on me and then Octavia Spencer was like, it was a little text going, Hey, friend, you know, heart check. And you know, and I do that to people. So it's kind of just--we have to keep it, especially women, we got to keep each other lifted up, because everybody's going through something different, you know, in their lives during this this moment of time. You know? I love that--how your friends show up for you. And that's clearly a reflection of you, you know, the, the reason they feel that they should show up for you and that they have to show up for you like that. You know, would you agree? Yeah, I do. And I have I have to say I have really, really good friends, you know, and Yvette Nicole Brown texted me She's like, you know, I'm subbing for somebody on your press tour, and I'll be there. And that just made my heart feel good, because I was like, it's Yvette Nicole Brown, asking me questions and I think it' s so important about who you align yourself with, who you partner yourself with in terms of friendship. And people say all Hollywood is so this, and it's so that and it is, it is absolutely everything you say it is. But you have to find those people who really share your core beliefs. Your core beliefs. So when you're going through the thick and thin of it, those people you know, will be there. They won't be the flighty friends, or the folks that are just there just for the perks, because that shows that that shows itself very quickly. And so partnership is so important. So these people that I ride with; Niecy, Kym Whitley.... I've been friends with him for 25 years. Niecy said stop saying 30 because stop she says stop it. You're know? Like it's literally, Kim Whitley and I lived across the street from each other. And we're both struggling comics. And you know, I've known Octavia for a long time.So these are not new people that I'm meeting, but then also people that I'm meeting, trying to figure out who I want to mentor and pour into because I am that auntie and don't mind being called Aunty, you know who I want to pour into? To be able to navigate this world and keep your sanity? Yeah, hmm. Yes, I think that is very important. I think women we need to look at who are because I don't I'm gonna tell you something. When I hear women say, you know women do better with men. That's not good. Oh, trying to connect and co partner with women. Because there's things that you go through with like somebody's gonna keep you strong and undergird you and nurture you the stuff that a man can't do. I love my brothers and but you know, it's like we we need our friends, our sisters. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent

44 minJUL 15
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EMMY Award Winning host, Actress and Comedian Sherri Shepherd Talks Racism and Representation Behind the Scenes, Marta Kauffman & Friends, Trusting God

Actress, and host Meagan Good talks God's place in protest, equal pay for black actresses, self care, and hosting Girlfriend's Checkin on OWN

Actress, and host Meagan Good talks God's place in protest, equal pay for black actresses, self care, and hosting Girlfriend's Checkin on OWN --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

35 minJUN 19
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Actress, and host Meagan Good talks God's place in protest, equal pay for black actresses, self care, and hosting Girlfriend's Checkin on OWN

Journalist Soledad O'Brien talks How to overcome fear or stage fright, disconnecting from social media and being prepared.

Journalist Soledad O'Brien talks overcoming fear and stage fright, disconnecting from social media and being prepared. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

31 minJUN 10
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Journalist Soledad O'Brien talks How to overcome fear or stage fright, disconnecting from social media and being prepared.

TV Correspondent & Host Mike Muse on being led to the Obama campaign, Never having an Agent or reel and more.

TV Correspondent & Host Mike Muse on being led to the Obama campaign, Never having an Agent or reel and more. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

46 minMAY 27
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TV Correspondent & Host Mike Muse on being led to the Obama campaign, Never having an Agent or reel and more.

Influencer Nitika Chopra Talks Landing Her First Talk Show, launching Chronicon and more

On this episode of God Is My Agent, talk show host and Chronicon Founder Nitika Chopra talks about her path from pain to purpose. Some call it intuition, synchronicity, the universe, or even destiny; but it wasn’t just talent that got these artists to this point. It was an invisible guiding force that has directed many actors and artist on their path. God Is My Agent is a podcast where actors, artist, TV and film professionals --who have witnessed God’s fingerprint in the guidance of their lives and careers, tell their stories. From household names to working artist still making strides to greatness, these artists know they have come this far by faith. Their stories will inspire you. Their triumphs will encourage you and their lives will empower you to keep moving forward through whatever obstacles may stand in your way. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

58 minMAY 20
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Influencer Nitika Chopra Talks Landing Her First Talk Show, launching Chronicon and more

Actor Dorian Missick of ABC's 'For Life' Talks Auditioning with Denzel Washington, Faith Vs. Ego with and more

On this episode of God Is My Agent, actor and producer Dorian Missick of ABC's For Life talks auditioning with Denzel Washington , being of service, walking on faith and more. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

37 minMAY 12
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Actor Dorian Missick of ABC's 'For Life' Talks Auditioning with Denzel Washington, Faith Vs. Ego with and more

God Is My Agent Introduction

Welcome to God Is My Agent The Podcast hosted by RaVal Davis Some call it intuition, synchronicity, the universe, or even destiny; but it wasn’t just talent that got these artists to this point. It was an invisible guiding force that has directed many actors and artist on their path. God Is My Agent is a podcast where actors, artist, TV and film professionals --who have witnessed God’s fingerprint in the guidance of their lives and careers, tell their stories. From household names to working artist still making strides to greatness, these artists know they have come this far by faith. Their stories will inspire you. Their triumphs will encourage you and their lives will empower you to keep moving forward through whatever obstacles may stand in your way. Your new road to God starts now. Hear from TD Jakes, Soledad O'Brien, Dorian Missick, Nitika Chopra, Mike Muse, Africa Miranda and more. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godismyagent/support

55 sMAY 4
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God Is My Agent Introduction
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