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Osaretin (Oswald Guobadia) is co-founder, executive Vice President, and Chief Operating Officer of (DBH Solutions), a building infrastructure and top tier technology solutions provider in West Africa. His new book, ‘In Pursuit: Journeys in African Entrepreneurship’, co-written with Chukuka Chukuma is available now on (Amazon), (Apple Books) and (other platforms). Timestamp What I nose is: a lineage, a village, an owner and the king - an origin story (00:05:25) Be intentional with creating rituals that become a part of your identity (00:10:48) Your identity will remind you of your humanity (00:15:42) Walk that talk. Speak your (vernacular) (00:19:40) Are you conscious of what your DNA is carrying? (00:24:50) On passion, risk and the fearless life of an entrepreneur (00:27:55) Success is... (00:33:05) Speak directly to the Billy in your life (00:42:09) (MoveMeBack) (00:48:05) BYOE (00:53:22) Have an Inspector Gadget approach to tasks (00:56:22) Are you a VUCA-nicer? “Meyur your preyur” in your mental gym (01:03:46) Life’s a beach fahm (01:12:05) Giving you The Tale of Despereaux vibes - the mouse that will not cower (01:17:01) Fried plantain issa goal (01:25:07) For your reading consideration (01:28:39) An embarrassing short tale (01:39:20)  The Unsullied Book Club (Oswald) recommends: What You Do Is Who You Are: How To Create Your Business Culture by Ben Horowitz. Available on (Amazon) and (Apple Books). Shoe Dog by Phil Knight, the Creator of Nike. Available on (Amazon) and (Apple Books). * In Nigeria, stressed and need someone to talk to? ‘ (Text for Help)’ and someone from (STER) will be there for you. * This episode of (TUWOG) was edited by (FayFay) of (808Xtra). If you like what you hear, tell (@NaijaPodHub) about it. * Join The Unsullied Army: ( * (Listen) | (Subscribe) | (Share) | (Get in touch)! Support this podcast (Retini) is an (explorer of worlds), awarding winning writer and (Burnt Onion)’s Creative Director. Bringing heartwarming (South African stories) to the world. On this episode of (#TUWOG), Retini reminds us that getting out of our own way truly is the best path to success in every extension of our lives. Find your hum, keep your crown, knight others. Timestamp Retini’s origin story: (00:06:41) Don’t let them steal your crown (00:10:00) Tattoos as a transcription of life (00:15:54) Learning to enjoy the fruits of your labour (00:23:34) Swinging: from the confident child to learned imposter syndrome and normalising (00:31:23) Squash your personal doubts with the magic of the things you love (00:37:02) And then, Covid said: Let There Be Time (00:43:18) Sometimes you have to pull your own ear and question the root cause of your anxiety (00:51:46) Avoiding the path to Bag Lady (00:54:43) Consciously uncouple from bad financial habits (00:58:03) Make better financial decisions (01:04:56) Teaching the next generation about the dangers of peacocking (01:09:32) Retini, the unwritten book (01:16:36) And who wouldn’t want a Dragon Fruit (01:17:30) Parting words of embarrassment (01:18:53) For your bookshelf (01:19:34) The Unsullied Book Club (Retini) recommends: Purple Hibiscus by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Available on (Amazon) and (Apple Books). Make Time: How to Focus on what Matters Every Day by Jake Knapp and John Zeratsky. Available on (Amazon) and (Apple Books). * In Nigeria? Stressed and in need of support? ‘ (Text for Help)’ and someone from (STER) will be there to support you. * This episode of (TUWOG) was edited by (FayFay) of (808Xtra). If you like what you hear, tell (@NaijaPodHub) about it. * Join The Unsullied Army: ( * (Listen) | (Subscribe) | (Share) | (Get in touch)!  Support this podcast (Oluseyi Awolesi) is truly a (Poster Boy for God's love). He is a Design Architect with a varied project portfolio of over 23 years experience within numerous design sectors. He provides design-led intelligent solutions to projects in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. As an Events Creator, (Curator), Artist manager and Director with 14 years’ experience within the music, art, (poetry), artist development, music video and photography and creative sectors, Seyi has worked on numerous events providing exciting and interesting narratives that bring commentary and empower change. Timestamp **Important Disclaimer from start to 00:01:20** The Sage origin story: (00:07:35) The Life and Times of an Architect (00:09:58) The black mirror teaches responsibility (00:16:27) Cerebral Causality is a dish. Odikwa risky: (00:19:16) **TRIGGER WARNING** skip 00:20:14 to 00:45:44 to avoid hearing conversations about non-consensual interactions. On Hitch, Chris Rock and informed decisions (00:45:45) A series of one-thing moments, and clawing out of the sunken place (00:55:08) Today, you are going to be solution-focused, not problem oriented. A mantra (01:09:00) Prayer is meditation. Meditation is prayer (01:15:23) What’s in a name? On the tradition of divination and worship (01:18:46) Em-ba-rras-sing. (01:24:07) Must read (01:24:46) // The Unsullied Book Club (Seyi )recommends: What Money Can't Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets by Michael J. Sandel. Available on (Amazon) and (Apple Books). Consider Phlebas by Iain M. Banks. Available on (Amazon) and (Apple Books). Join Seyi as he leads ‘Then and Now’ - a ( conversation with prominent Nigerian thinkers, historians Amanda Kirby Okoye and Emeka Keazor, poet Yomi Sode, and ASIRI Magazine - in September 2020. // Nigerian organisations to send donations and support to: (Enough is Enough) (Girls not Brides) (Stand to End Rape) (The Consent Workshop) (TIERS) (Warif Foundation) // Noteworthy social media accounts: (End Child Abuse) - campaign to end abuse, sexual exploitation & domestic trafficking of children. With a focus on girls forced into underaged ‘marriage’ (Eva Nigeria) - work to improve the quality of life for vulnerable children (Herfessions) - an anonymous, online peer-peer support group for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault Lagos State (Domestic & Sexual Violence Response Team) (Lagos State Ministry of Women Affairs & Poverty Alleviation) (The Nigerian Police Force) (Mirabel Center) - free professional service for survivors of rape & sexual assault (Women Advocate) - provide pro bono legal services for victims of gender based violence & other womens rights abuse. (UN Women) - for gender equality & women's empowerment (UNICEF Nigeria) - promote the rights & well-being of every child // This episode of (TUWOG) was edited by (FayFay) of (808Xtra). If you like what you... Support this podcast (Wana) is, according to her profile, a (Journalist), Poet, Performer, Filmmaker, Curator of (Culture Diaries) and yet, as you will soon hear for yourself, this is only but a fraction of the greatness of this one human being and all of the power she wields. Timestamp Wana’s origin story: (00:04:45) Divorce isn’t a four letter word (00:05:53) Wana as a book she wished her parents read before they had kids: (00:13:18) Lessons from the black box (00:20:04) Hangover: stitching together the fabric of 1999 (00:25:36) Chronic fear of dependence (00:30:27) Vulnerability: new level unlocked (00:34:09) Oh, to be a self-sufficient island (00:36:27) Tell yourself: you deserve to thrive and not just survive (00:42:25) Do not demean who you had to be (00:44:13) Sister Circle: The Convening (00:45:36) Understanding interdependence, emotional intuitiveness and the role they play in healthy friendships (00:58:23) D.J.P: DREAM actively, JOURNAL as a form of affirmation, PRACTICE living in your fantasy (01:03:12) Expand your vision beyond the doldrums of life (01:08:00) Clarity is important (01:19:21) A tale of four words. It’s embarrassing. (01:22:06) Books to read(01:25:41) The Unsullied Book Club (Wana) recommends:  ‘Braving the Wilderness’ by Brené Brown. Available on (Amazon) and (Apple Books). ‘Teaching My Mother How to Give Birth’ by Warsan Shire. Available on (Amazon) and (Apple Books) (USA, Audiobook) or as part of (Penguin’s collection). Also available for your streaming pleasure are both of Wana’s current albums: (Transcendence) and (In Memory of Forgetting)  Wana is (going to the overs). She thinks for three months, I say two years. Potato, potato. * Fahm, lets gather here for praise and worship plix. This episode very nearly didn’t happen oh. First of all, a pox on the internet service providers that threw all manner of spanners in the works. I completely lost Wana’s audio file because Smile were not smiling down on us that day ra-ra. I had to go through some weird hazing process to recover what I could. This unfortunately not only compromised Wana’s audio but also meant that of our nearly 3hr conversation that I was looking forward to only sharing some all the jewsziezt bits (and hoard the rest to myself, mwahahahahaha) we were left with less👏🏾than👏🏾an👏🏾hour of raw “useable” file, which after edit was....mahnnnn, as you are still here reading this, biko help me just branch by (FayFay) of (808Xtra) abeg. She was under the weather and still managed to perform miracles on this one. She practically took razor blade, needle and irun-kiko thread to this and made patchwork quilt from the shreds I gave her. I hail 🙇🏾‍♀️ * Join The Unsullied Army: ( * (Listen) | (Subscribe) | (Share) | (Get in touch)!  Support this podcast
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Nov 4th, 1990
Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria
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14 hours, 34 minutes
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