Love. Purpose. Impact.
What if two men on different paths (an ex male-exotic dancer turned life coach, and a pre-med student turned musician) came together on the same realization: that you don’t have to sell your soul to obtain your dreams? And that the key to unlocking everything you’ve been dreaming to be was found through faith in God?
Imagine Faith Talk is a podcast focused on faith-based conversations for holistic success. Episodes are hosted by Kevin Olusola (beatboxer of the 3x Grammy® award-winning, multi-platinum selling a cappella quintet Pentatonix) and author, life coach, and entrepreneur Donovan Dee Donnell. Through each deep dive into the Bible, they discover how to maximize uniqueness, weaponize the imagination, and leverage faith in God for success. The hope is simple: to find the tools to optimize your performance through partnership with God.
Donovan Dee Donnell
Donovan Dee Donnell is a published author, life coach, keynote speaker, missionary, personal fitness trainer and photographer. He has spoken and hosted trainings in the fields of leadership, entrepreneurship, personal development, pre-marital preparation, depression and suicide prevention in multiple cities in California, Texas and Internationally in Brazil and South Africa.
With his first two published books, "Before the iDo" and "Evolving the Entrepreneur," Donovan was able to integrate his lifelong faith in God with his drive for success to inspire others to create value in their lives.
As an Accredited Life Coach and Christian, Donovan has coached a multitude of clients toward success with his "Leadership Coaching Curriculum." His natural inclination towards embracing simplicity provide effective solutions to life's challenges through faith, loyalty and discipline.
"God has given me a very specific combination of 'Nature & Gifting' to help me properly occupy my Faith, serve this generation, and fulfill purpose within my life."
Kevin Olusola is an American musician, beatboxer, cellist, producer, singer, and songwriter. Kevin is best known as the beatboxer of a cappella band Pentatonix and has performed at classical musical festivals such as the Amsterdam Cello Biennale, opened the TED Conference in Vancouver, and was chosen by Quincy Jones to represent him in concert at the 2012 Montreux Jazz Festival on the same program as Bobby McFerrin and Chick Corea.
Kevin was raised in Owensboro, Kentucky, in a Christian home by his father, a Nigerian psychiatrist, and his mother, a Grenadian nurse. Along with his brother and sister, Olusola was taught to put his faith in God. An outspoken Christian, Kevin uses social media and technology to connect with and minister to Christian creatives all around the world. Kevin faithfully follows God’s plan, choosing to use his platform to guide aspiring artists who strive to include God in secular industries.