Terry A. Smith has served as lead pastor of The Life Christian Church for 26 years. TLCC is a non-denominational faith community in West Orange, NJ, serving the New York City metro area.
Terry is also co-founder of Movement.org (formerly the New York City Leadership Center) and has previously served as an instructor in its Leadership Fellows program.
Terry is passionate about challenging, developing, and encouraging leaders, whether they know they are leaders or not. He holds a bachelor of science in organizational management and a master of arts in organizational leadership.
Terry shares his insight with Dr. Joey on leveraging the power of hospitality to be an effective leader through his book, “The Hospitable Leader!”
Kim Peacock is the author of “Victorious Heart: Finding Hope and Healing After a Devastating Loss”.
The book details her handling of grief over the loss of her 17-year-old daughter. It also provides insightful advice for those seeking to support and help those who grieve.
Kim has raised six children, living with her second husband in a log house in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee. Through her blog, Wild Victorious Heart, and her book and speaking, Kim acts as a grief mentor to others in need.
Today’s guest is Jacob Bustos, a chef, cooking coach, and foodie who’s been working in the food industry for over two decades, now managing several Panera restaurants in Southern California.
Jacob underwent a life-saving bariatric procedure in 2012, sparking his 160-lb weight loss journey. Jacob followed this surgery up with a traumatic skin removal surgery that nearly ended his life.
This journey was a very private and personal experience that affirmed Jacob’s purpose: “Feed people with much healthier options.”
Today he’s on a mission to share his story and insights on portion control and weight loss habits to inspire a healthier, brighter world.
David L. Hancock founded Morgan James Publishing in 2003.
David has revolutionized book publishing from the author’s standpoint. As Founder of Morgan James, he was personally selected for Fast Company Magazine’s Fast 50 for his leadership, creative thinking, significant accomplishments, and his significant impact on the industry over the next ten years. David was cited by NASDAQ as one of the world’s most prestigious business leaders, and named a Finalist in the Best Chairman category in The American Business Awards, hailed as “the business world’s own Oscars” by the New York Post.
David serves as President of the Executive Board for Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg, and as Chairman of the Board of The National Center for the Prevention of Community Violence.
David and his wife Susan live in Hampton Roads, Virginia with their two children, Morgan Renee and Ethan James.
Prior to founding SalesNexus, Craig Klein spent 15 years building and leading sales teams selling multi-million dollar, multi-year contracts to energy companies such as ExxonMobil, BP, Shell, and Chevron.
Craig is a member of the Forbes Agency Council, where he is also a contributing writer. He has also written several books on sales and marketing, as well as articles for Small Business Today magazine, Premier Agent magazine, The Customer Collective and SocialMediaToday.com.
Craig is the father of 3 beautiful children. He’s an avid sailor, hunter and skier. When he’s not growing SalesNexus or writing, he’s probably planning his next adventure to somewhere you’ve never heard of.