Christian hip hop artist Sho Baraka talks about money, modes of creativity, and his new book "He Saw That It Was Good: Reimagining Your Creative Life to Repair a Broken World."
Sho Baraka is a globally recognized recording artist, performer, culture curator, activist, and writer. His work combines his artistic platform with his academic history to contribute a unique perspective, elevating the contemporary conversation on faith, art, and culture. An alumnus of Tuskegee University and the University of North Texas, Baraka is a cofounder of Forth District and the AND Campaign, and he has served as an adjunct professor at Wake Forest School of Divinity. He was also an original member of influential hip-hop consortium 116 Clique, recording with Reach Records. Baraka lives in Atlanta with his wife Patreece and their three children.
In this episode, you'll learn:
- Focusing on opportunity rather than money.
- Using creativity to make the world a better place.
- Sho's seven essentials for effective engagement.
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Money Tip of the Week
- Increase your 401(k) contribution by 1.0-5.0%.
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