What limiting beliefs have you held on to. Which ones do you openly profess. Which do you consider sacred that you even fight for and fight back in defense when challenged? In this brief episode be inspired and challenged to reflect on what tho
Who are those friends who give us courage to face life's challenges. Who boosts our sense of confidence and allows us to rise to the occasion? Who gives us perspective and who do we do the same for? This episode is dedicated to all our friends
Who are friends who give you hope? In this brief digest I talk about different flavors of friends - Summer, Autumn (Fall), Winter and Spring kinds of friends. What kind of friend are you? Which kinds of friends do you have? Be a friend that giv
In this episode John-Paul shares his journey and back story of how he ended up doing what he loves doing - helping entrepreneurs get started. He is the Founder of smallstarter.com, a highly resourceful platform in support of this mission. The S
In the second part of our conversation Bonini does a deep dive on breathing with me. She also takes me through the Lemon Leadership framework as well as talk about her passion - Food. You will love every moment of it as punctuated by randomness
On the second part of our discussion, Phenyo talks more abbout what he cares cares about, which is mostly centered around
Connecting with others... .or as he says,
my super power is in connecting with people... ideas, visions, businesses.
They have many names
Street kids, The homeless, Beggars...
Who are these nameless, voiceless people who are often a nuisance to us or so we think....
Let me ask you have you even bothered to ask one their name? Or even sought to know wha
In the previous episode, Nkateko shared her journey as a trained medical doctor, and her embrace of Poetry as her chosen path after completing her studies in medicine.
In this second installment, we continue our conversation with Nkateko Mas
In this first installment, I speak to Nkateko Masinga - Award winning Poet, Author and TEDx Speaker....
Who among many other recognitions and accolades - is a Mandela Washington Fellow for Young African Leaders,
and Ebedi International Write
In the second installment, we continue our conversation with Raymond Mutura, Director of Organizations, Work and Family at Strathmore Business School as he discusses Family and the idea of family businesses. Raymond also shares an outline of so
In this first installment of a two part episode I speak to Raymond Mutura, Director of Research on Organizations, Work and Family at Strathmore University Business School. In the first part of our conversation we talk Career journey and Raymond
In this episode I speak to Jacquiline, Chief Asking Officer and Founder at Voluculture, a Non profit organization and online platform that seeks to connect nonprofit organizations in Kenya with local and global virtual volunteers.
In our conv
In this episode I speak to Audrey, Chief Happiness Officer and Founder at Harpie HR, a recruitment and HR Consulting business based out of Nairobi that was borne out of her many career moves and stints of more than a decade in the world of work
In this episode I speak to Renata, personal self defense instructor and coach.
I learnt so much about the back story of my coach, as she and I attended a life coaching class a few years ago..
In our chat she shares about her combat sports
In this episode I speak to Dr Annette, Researcher, Criminologist and Conservationist...
As we talk about her work in conservation as well as her involvements with communities.
Dr Annette is passionate about Research with a view to influenc
In this episode I speak to Edzai, Maths Genius, Polymath and Creator of Mathsgee.com, an online educational platform with courses made free as a learning bank for all. The platform has excellent and extensive Mathematics content for all learner
In this episode I speak to Dudu, Innovator, Thought Leader and Chief Inspiration officer on waste management and environmental related matters.
In our conversation Dudu shares her career journey as well as involvements that have brought her t
In this episode I speak to Dezi, one of my ex colleagues whom I worked with a few years ago in my technology career. Dezi is one of those rare people with an unstoppable 'can do' mindset, always making things happen... And I recollect a number
In this Special episode, I speak to Terry Brooks and Mishelle Shaik - two impactful women, both Movers - making a difference in their immediate communities, mobilizing Goodwill and Generosity to impact those in need around them at this time of
This is weeks Open Xpression is from Ellen, Poet, Writer and Entrepreneur.
In this piece she talks about Sex, such a powerful life force that's often unspoken and unacknowledged...
This poem is real, raw and revealing, and rendered as only p
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