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Everybody talks about the WHAT to success, few people discuss the HOW. Join Princeton as he talks each week about how to build something bigger than you with no explanation or representation on how to do it. Get ready, let’s build!

Latest Episodes

Fatherless Faith

In this episode, Princeton talks about the impact of our parents on the way we see God. Oftentimes family trauma causes us to have an unhealthy view of God because we believe that God is just like the people, things, and spaces that hurt us. Princeton unpacks this reality and then shows us how to begin to heal our view of God.

66 MINJUL 20
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Fatherless Faith

A Tale Of Two Men

In this Father’s Day sermon, Princeton talks about masculinity. He argues that manhood is about choices, and the bible gives two types of men from which we can all choose. In the tale of two men, who will you choose to be?

66 MINJUN 29
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A Tale Of Two Men

Productive Pain Pt. 2

Life hurts. To be human means we will experience pain, and experience it often. In this episode, Princeton says that YOU can be productive, even when you are not sure if your pain is productive. He teaches you how in this inspiring conclusion to the two-part series.

75 MINJUN 13
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Productive Pain Pt. 2

Productive Pain Pt. 1

Life hurts. To be human means we will experience pain, and experience it often. In this episode, Princeton unpacks the idea that faith should help us have a healthy relationship with pain. In part one, he starts the journey by teaching the difference between productive pain and abusive pain.

-1 sJUN 7
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Productive Pain Pt. 1

From The Pulpit: “This Is Where I Am, Not Who I Am”

Episode Description: In this episode Princeton plays back a sermon that unpacks the biggest lesson he learned in therapy, and how it has changed his whole perspective on life and building. He discusses how our short-term situations, do not define our long term identity. He addresses that when we learn this, we can live lives that are free of feeling like we have to prove who we are.

73 MINMAY 30
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From The Pulpit: “This Is Where I Am, Not Who I Am”

The Story Behind Building Without A Blueprint

This episode plays back an episode of the “Art of Connection” radio show where he is interviewed by his mentor, Jonathan Sprinkles. In the interview, Princeton describes what originally sparked his desire to create Building Without A Blueprint, and what the purpose of the show is today.

33 MINMAY 23
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The Story Behind Building Without A Blueprint

Black Women Who Build: Sisterhood As a Healing Space ft. Sonia Jackson-Myles

In this episode, Princeton concludes his Black Women Who Build series talking to expert author and brand leader, Sonia Jackson Myles founder of The Sister Accord. The episode asks the question: Where do black women go to have a safe space and heal? The answer: Sisterhood. This episode unpacks the importance of sisterhood, the barriers to healthy sisterhood, and how to build sisterhood.

72 MINAPR 27
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Black Women Who Build: Sisterhood As a Healing Space ft. Sonia Jackson-Myles

The Building Within: Caring for and Nurturing the Soul Of Black Women

In this episode of the Black Women Who Build series, Princeton spends time with licensed marriage and family therapist Kiaundra Jackson to talk about tools and strategies for soul care of black women. They unpack Kiaundra’s journey to healing and wholeness, her brand development as a mental health professional, and her strategies for other black women to heal and take care of themselves.

51 MINMAR 12
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The Building Within: Caring for and Nurturing the Soul Of Black Women

Black Women Who Build: Secure the Bag, Own the bag (Ft. Emily Rountree)

In this episode, Princeton sits down with Emily Rountree to discuss her journey to entrepreneurship and how she took a small idea in a business class and grew into a business that has her being recognized by Forbes magazine.

-1 sFEB 18
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Black Women Who Build: Secure the Bag, Own the bag (Ft. Emily Rountree)

“Black Women Who Build: Teaching As An Act Of Social Justice” (ft. Professor Donyell Roseboro)”

In this episode, Princeton begins a series highlighting the stories, experiences, and contributions of black women in various aspects of society. This first episode in the series features author, Professor, researcher and administrator Professor Donyell Roseboro of the University Of North Carolina Wilmington.

76 MINFEB 11
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“Black Women Who Build: Teaching As An Act Of Social Justice” (ft. Professor Donyell Roseboro)”

Latest Episodes

Fatherless Faith

In this episode, Princeton talks about the impact of our parents on the way we see God. Oftentimes family trauma causes us to have an unhealthy view of God because we believe that God is just like the people, things, and spaces that hurt us. Princeton unpacks this reality and then shows us how to begin to heal our view of God.

66 MINJUL 20
Comments
Fatherless Faith

A Tale Of Two Men

In this Father’s Day sermon, Princeton talks about masculinity. He argues that manhood is about choices, and the bible gives two types of men from which we can all choose. In the tale of two men, who will you choose to be?

66 MINJUN 29
Comments
A Tale Of Two Men

Productive Pain Pt. 2

Life hurts. To be human means we will experience pain, and experience it often. In this episode, Princeton says that YOU can be productive, even when you are not sure if your pain is productive. He teaches you how in this inspiring conclusion to the two-part series.

75 MINJUN 13
Comments
Productive Pain Pt. 2

Productive Pain Pt. 1

Life hurts. To be human means we will experience pain, and experience it often. In this episode, Princeton unpacks the idea that faith should help us have a healthy relationship with pain. In part one, he starts the journey by teaching the difference between productive pain and abusive pain.

-1 sJUN 7
Comments
Productive Pain Pt. 1

From The Pulpit: “This Is Where I Am, Not Who I Am”

Episode Description: In this episode Princeton plays back a sermon that unpacks the biggest lesson he learned in therapy, and how it has changed his whole perspective on life and building. He discusses how our short-term situations, do not define our long term identity. He addresses that when we learn this, we can live lives that are free of feeling like we have to prove who we are.

73 MINMAY 30
Comments
From The Pulpit: “This Is Where I Am, Not Who I Am”

The Story Behind Building Without A Blueprint

This episode plays back an episode of the “Art of Connection” radio show where he is interviewed by his mentor, Jonathan Sprinkles. In the interview, Princeton describes what originally sparked his desire to create Building Without A Blueprint, and what the purpose of the show is today.

33 MINMAY 23
Comments
The Story Behind Building Without A Blueprint

Black Women Who Build: Sisterhood As a Healing Space ft. Sonia Jackson-Myles

In this episode, Princeton concludes his Black Women Who Build series talking to expert author and brand leader, Sonia Jackson Myles founder of The Sister Accord. The episode asks the question: Where do black women go to have a safe space and heal? The answer: Sisterhood. This episode unpacks the importance of sisterhood, the barriers to healthy sisterhood, and how to build sisterhood.

72 MINAPR 27
Comments
Black Women Who Build: Sisterhood As a Healing Space ft. Sonia Jackson-Myles

The Building Within: Caring for and Nurturing the Soul Of Black Women

In this episode of the Black Women Who Build series, Princeton spends time with licensed marriage and family therapist Kiaundra Jackson to talk about tools and strategies for soul care of black women. They unpack Kiaundra’s journey to healing and wholeness, her brand development as a mental health professional, and her strategies for other black women to heal and take care of themselves.

51 MINMAR 12
Comments
The Building Within: Caring for and Nurturing the Soul Of Black Women

Black Women Who Build: Secure the Bag, Own the bag (Ft. Emily Rountree)

In this episode, Princeton sits down with Emily Rountree to discuss her journey to entrepreneurship and how she took a small idea in a business class and grew into a business that has her being recognized by Forbes magazine.

-1 sFEB 18
Comments
Black Women Who Build: Secure the Bag, Own the bag (Ft. Emily Rountree)

“Black Women Who Build: Teaching As An Act Of Social Justice” (ft. Professor Donyell Roseboro)”

In this episode, Princeton begins a series highlighting the stories, experiences, and contributions of black women in various aspects of society. This first episode in the series features author, Professor, researcher and administrator Professor Donyell Roseboro of the University Of North Carolina Wilmington.

76 MINFEB 11
Comments
“Black Women Who Build: Teaching As An Act Of Social Justice” (ft. Professor Donyell Roseboro)”

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