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Author: Dominique Beaumonte

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Thoughts and reflections from a Jesus-centered, multihyphenate who loves football, politics, books and reading people!

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Get ready for what's next. Anticipate anxiety, trends, and discouragement.... then plan accordingly. Learn from the experience of the children of Israel! Then, live. Thoughts and reflections from a Jesus-centered, multihyphenate who loves football, politics, books, and reading people! Twitter: @SWSthePodcast Instagram: @SWSPodcast Facebook: @SWSPodcast
God has already given you the grace to start over. This episode examines the experience of Orpah to highlight some foundational insights for starting fresh in your life.
Do you get anxious at the thought of having to compete? Has the fear of competition negatively influenced your professional life? Dating status? I want to share some principles for fighting the fear of competing. I want to give you 5 things you'll need to advance in your life, ministry, relationship, profession, and entrepreneurial journey. First, let me go over what this episode is NOT about. Not about competing for things that don’t belong to you. Not about the competition that is free of integrity Not about competition birthed through jealousy The principle I’m going to share is most beneficial for those: considering career advancement Working to develop/sustain/grow a business Considering intentional dating Considering/wrestling with starting a ministry or accepting a calling Secondly, I’ve got to deal with destructive hindrances to personal growth. Comparison False humility: deflating your experience, credentials, and accomplishments for the sake of others. Laziness David: From the outside looking in, David is under-qualified to fight Goliath He’s not a fighter He doesn’t have the appropriate equipment He doesn’t have the confidence of his family or friends There are 5 things that David had that will help us to walk boldly into our promise: David was Confident. David believed in his transferable skills. Davide had a plan and protected it. David didn't lose sight of his Goal. Davis was available. 
We don't say enough about the courage it takes to start a business! In this episode, I wanted to make space to honor the work and sacrifice of Black leaders, business owners, and entrepreneurs. I pray that this blesses those who listen and that they share with others.
This is a message I had the privilege to preach at my church in Sacramento, CA on Sunday, January 31, 2021. The audio was recorded by the Progressive COGIC Media Ministry. The message centers on the experiences of King Josiah, who at the young age of 8, became King of Judah. Although he was not positively influenced by his predecessors, he did what was right in the sight of the Lord. I share some of the nuggets God gave me through my studying.
Ambition - Episode #60

Ambition - Episode #60


What is ambition? I had to think deeply about whether I am ambitious. This episode is the result of me talking to myself and listeing.
This book was written by Dr. R. A. Verson 10 years ago! I wanted to share what I learned from this book and open healthy discussions about relationships. Check out this whole episode from thoughts.. This a book review. I do not own the rights to this book!
It’s the season finale. What a year. I’m rambling about my live life... kinda.
I originally recorded this in December of 2020. A conversation with my brothers abs an upcoming holiday trip brought this to my memory and I think I would re-share.
We talk all things Christmas music on episode #55, featuring my friends Whitney G. and David D. This is a part of the Holiday series and is the first installment.
Are you overwhelmed? Does it seem like things aren’t improving in your life? Don’t worry. Sometimes things get really worse before they get really better! I pray that the experience of the three Hebrew boys encourages you to hold on and trust God for life after the furnace.
Elijah was overcome by his enemies threat. He ran away and ask God to let him die. God wouldn’t let him quit. He won’t let you quit either. Find out why. About Seasoned with Salt: Thoughts and reflections from a Jesus-centered, multihyphenate who loves football, politics, books, and reading people! Twitter: @SWSthePodcast | @TheTRavelBeau Instagram: @SWSPodcast | @TheTRavelBeau Facebook: @SWSPodcast | @TheTRavelBeau
God gives us all things he expects for us to protect. Your business, spouse and children represent God entrusting you to love and protect what he created. In this episode, I talk about what we can learn from Joseph, the man God selects to be Jesus’ earthly father.
What a year we have had. In this episode, Dominique discussed the election, the year, and how faith intersects. The prayer is that listeners will be motivated to be reflective, grateful, and giving.
Dominique shares lessons that life has taught him through his experience growing up and marketing into the person that he has become. Show Notes: in a new tab)
You can have too many people around you for God's purpose to come alive in your life! Walk with me through the experience of Gideon and consider who you might make some changes in the ways that you pray and invite people into your circle. Show Notes:
When God honors selfishness. Listen to this episode to learn about the type of selfishness God can deal with!
The road to walking fully in your purpose is full of roadblocks. Ask David! His acts of service, bravery, and respect got him in a lot of trouble! In this episode, we will explore the realities of success and why you can't give up! We discuss how David's problems centered around his ability to be available.
The announcement of a settlement between Breonna Taylor's family and the City of Louisville was made yesterday. The family accepted the City's judgment but still plans to get justice for Breonna Taylor by working to ensure that the officers responsible for her murder are brought to justice. This episode works to inform the listener about what is next and the importance of working to end violence against Black women and all Black people.
Stick to It! #45

Stick to It! #45


What can we learn from Elisha about being a good follower and mentee? He teaches us the importance of being loyal to your leaders, mentors, and to your own promise. His experience demonstrates the benefit of not wavering in our call to be connected, influenced, and guided in life. My guest is Pastor Justin Genevro, a 27-year old pastor of the Little Flock Church of God In Christ in Redwood City, California. He discusses his mentorship journey and the lessons he learned while being groomed to lead his church.
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