Steve talks about the Christmas Eve before turning 50 when he decided to cut all of his hair off.
Speaking with Black Enterprise, Steve Harvey explains how his wife changed him for the better before he starts taping Family Feud.
Photos by Robert Ector
Family first! I got to spend some time with my family recently for my grandson Noah's 1st birthday. Check out some of the photos from his birthday party my beautiful wife Marjorie posted.
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Six-year-old choir conductor Jaemarc puts Steve Harvey's interview skills to the test.
The director from Little Big Shots sat me down with his British accent and said, "Mr. Harvey I'd like to tell you something…and you can tell me to f*ck off and I will...but you’re absolutely the busiest person I've ever met in my life and I’m concerned about you. I want you to read a book called Essentialism.
You know what? This book along with my anniversary trip helped changed the whole way I think. The basics of essentialism is this:
Everybody must do the things that are essential to your life to make you happy or successful. You must eliminate everything that doesn’t make you happy or don’t lead to your success. Be sure to listen to Greg McKeown on the EntreLeadership podcast.