(PRWEB) December 2, 2004
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 2, 2004 Â A new voice hit the Atlanta airwaves on November 4, 2004. Harold Leffall, successful entrepreneur and author, now hosts a new radio talk show, ÂFaith & BusinessÂ on Praise 1040 AM (WPBS Radio). Airing Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. Â 11: 00 a.m., this half hour show mixes the spiritual with the practical side of business and features interviews with some of todayÂs top entrepreneurs. Harold explains, ÂItÂs business talk from a Christian perspectiveÂentrepreneurs share inspiring stories of struggle and triumph and how their faith sustains them.Â
No stranger to setbacks and disappointments himself, Harold took a leap of faith in 1996 to pursue his childhood dream of starting his own business, Leffall Employment Agency, after being faced with a layoff from his job. Less than a year after starting his business, Harold was forced to file bankruptcy and lost his home when his business did not generate enough income to pay him a salary. Although he was bankrupt financially, his spirit to succeed and persevere intensified. Along the way he learned valuable lessons about faith and business that allowed him to rebound from bankruptcy and grow his business from 1998 sales of $596,000 to $3.95 million in 2001.
Harold states, ÂMy life goal is to encourage and equip people to live richer lives by pursuing their dreams.Â
About Harold Leffall
In 2001, Harold published his first book entitled ÂBrother CEO: A Business Success Guide for African American Men.Â He has been featured in Black Enterprise, Essence and Entrepreneur magazines, and has received numerous awards, including the ÂMost Notable Citizens AwardÂ for business innovation from Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. Harold has a B.A. in political science and an M.A. in management. In 2003, Harold sold his business and is now working on his next book ÂPoverty to Power,Â due to be released Spring 2005. He is also a regular columnist for Black Business Monthly magazine.
Please tune into ÂFaith & BusinessÂ on Praise 1040 AM, Saturdays from 10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
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