Comedian and television host Steve Harvey often administers doses of reality in his duties as host of "Family Feud." Now, on Lifeclass, he must mediate a real-life family feud between Ashley and Loretta, a mother and daughter from Pennsylvania.
Phillip is in the Lifeclass audience with his wife Sherrill and her daughter Mary. Phillip, stepfather to Mary's four grown children, says Sherrill is extremely caring but is concerned she is enabling her children when she pays their bills, buys groceries and assists them with other things many adults take care of for themselves. Phillip hopes Steve Harvey can help Sherrill step back so her children can stand on their own. "How can you say no?" Sherrill says. "But I do see that my children see me like a human ATM machine sometimes." Watch Steve's straight talk for Sherrill.
In his book 'Act Like a Success, Think Like a Success,' comedian and talk show host Steve Harvey outlines the different categories of haters to be on the lookout for, including the 'I hate everything hater,' 'the drag-you-down hater' and the 'self-hate hater.' Steve shares a telltale sign you have a hater on your hands and the best way to remove him or her from blocking the path to your dreams.
Is your romantic life on the fritz? Are you wondering which friends can be trusted and which are bad for your health? Dr. Phil offers one-of-a-kind wisdom that could forever redefine the way you see love, marriage, friendship and so much more.
Steve Harvey is a successful stand-up comic, an award-winning talk show host and a popular radio personality. However, one thing that was never on his bucket list, he says, was also becoming a best-selling author. Then, he says, his four daughters began dating.
While at Kent State University, Steve Harvey knew another student who had aspirations for stardom, a man named Arsenio Hall. Six years after flunking out of school, Steve was working at a factory making $8.50 an hour when he saw his old friend on a show called 'Don Kirshner's Rock Concert.' 'I just started crying,' Steve says. Watch as Steve opens up about how his old friend's drive inspired him to make his own dreams a reality.
Comedian, bestselling author and award-winning talk show host Steve Harvey says he learned an important lesson about success from Bishop T.D. Jakes: "In order to get to the next level, you have to break through a glass ceiling." In the exclusive video above, find out why Steve says you sometimes have to let go of the thing you love the most and do the best in order to fulfill your highest potential.
Comedian, best-selling author and award-winning talk show host Steve Harvey has identified the most ridiculous statement a person can make. What is it? When someone claims not to be a morning person, he says. In this online exclusive clip, watch as Steve shares what he does to greet each day and reveals why dreading every morning blocks potential blessings.
'Lifeclass' viewer Jennifer asks Steve Harvey whether her plans should be solid or flexible once she knows what she wants to do in life. In the video above, Steve explains why a person needs to do both. 'You have to put blinders on and say I'm laser beam-focused on this,' he says. 'But know this: The road to success is always under construction.' Steve shares how to navigate the detours and pitfalls encountered on the road to success.
In his new book, "Act Like a Success, Think Like a Success," Steve Harvey shares a lesson he learned from the late Butch Lewis. "When you are a person who is success minded, you have a wagon that you are pulling uphill," he says. "You are totally responsible for your wagon. You are the only one on rope." Watch as Steve explains what kind of people to have on your wagon and who to cut loose.