Featuring Award Winning Author & Comedian Chonda Pierce – Episode 112

Pod-Ep112-ChondaMaking the Hard Decisions for Yourself and Your Career

Thanks for tuning in to the Art and Business of Public Speaking! In episode 112 Ken Davis talks to Emmy® -nominated and best-selling comedian, Chonda Pierce

In this episode you’ll learn: 

  • How Chonda got her start imitating Minnie Pearl at the Grand Ole Opry
  • Why it is important to reveal some truth about yourself during your presentation 
  • You cannot blame the people around you because ultimately you are the decision maker for you

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2 thoughts on “Featuring Award Winning Author & Comedian Chonda Pierce – Episode 112

  1. This interview was incredible because it was so full of truth and I love how she expressed it as “having learned it the hard way”. Like her, I took it for granted that I was serving godly people because they had the title of preacher or Bible teacher. I not only did not bother to discern them I didn’t even pray before I jumped in eager to help. Little did I know that I had gotten into bed with scorpions- people who were full of jealousy, insecurity and greed & a win-win situation was never on their mind. They took the benefit of your money and expertise and then set out to dispose of you. It’s a lesson in prayer and submission that I will never ever forget. And like Chonda said, money can ruin everything if you don’t have the character integrity behind it. And I don’t know where it could ever fit in but if I could do anything as a Speaker to keep people away from so-called prosperity gospel churches (who dangle dreams in front of the flock just beginning to spread their wings) I will.

    • Thank you so much for your comment! We’re sorry to hear about what you went through, but glad that this episode with Chonda resonated with you. Thanks for listening to the podcast!