Author: Paul C. Brunson
In a recent post I wrote about how I significantly reduced how much TV I consume and dramatically increased my reading. A key reason for doing this is because upon reflecting on “activities” that have led to substantial changes in my life, I can’t count one TV show as the catalyst. I can, however, point [...]
The last 5 years in business have been transformative for me – both personally and financially. I have never been more fulfilled and purpose-driven than I have been doing what I do. And, as a result of stepping out on faith (it took a huge leap of faith to leave what others thought was a [...]
On March 27th I tweeted this: 24 hours later, I tweeted this: 3 hours later, I received this tweet: My point is simple.
Remember the popular, satirical YouTube video called “(Authentic) Black Marriage Negotiations”? Well, if not, to refresh your memory: the wildly popular video featured a computer generated image of a Black woman listing all the things she wanted in a man. The clip was loathed by the many, but there were some who liked the video. It [...]
I’ve found that it’s essential to examine your thoughts…often. Your thought-life dictates every single move you make. And, something as simple as a sentence - a really great thought that makes you have an “aha” moment – can change the way you think about your life. Because once you change your thoughts, you change your life. [...]
I’m about to write the one post you would never expect a professional matchmaker to write. So, first, let me clarify that I am actually a matchmaker. Yes, that’s my “real” job and one that I love. This time of year is the Super Bowl of my industry – lots of events, lots of media [...]
The only thing constant in life is change. Dating is drastically different today than when our parents courted each other. Expect the future of romance to hold even more change, especially given the proliferation of technology. The following are 10 changes I predict for 2014 and beyond.
Let’s be clear: not every boy becomes a man. When dating, knowing how to distinguish between the two will save you time, energy, money and even heartache. Here are 15 ways you can separate the men from the boys…
In Part 1, we looked at general lessons I learned working for billionaires Oprah Winfrey and Enver Yucel. In Part 2, I continue with deeper insight into successful habits – specifically for business-minded readers seeking to understand how extraordinarily successful people reach the top of their fields. It’s my honor to share with you [...]
Wanted: Great Men! It’s back! As my matchmaking firm continues to grow, we are constantly looking for more awesome, commitment-minded men to meet our amazing clients – which is why we’ve re-launched Operation MAN. We know almost everyone can think of that family member, friend or co-worker they’ve wanted to set up on a [...]