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The Akumu Fiona Podcast

The Akumu Fiona Podcast

By Akumu Fiona
Infecting with world with my thoughts and reflections about life, art and freedom. It's pretty much a sneaky way to deliver my written blog posts in audio form.
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How often do you tolerate mediocrity? Me, Often!

The Akumu Fiona Podcast

How often do you tolerate mediocrity? Me, Often!

The Akumu Fiona Podcast

Going Bananas Is Not My Thing. It's My Mind's Thing.
I'm a fairly normal person. Until I go bananas. But I choose to look at manic depression or bipolar disorder as my mind's thing. Not my thing.
November 19, 2019
How often do you tolerate mediocrity? Me, Often!
Recent learnings from a simple activity about how often I tolerate mediocrity.
November 3, 2019
A Counter-intuitive Approach to Selecting Your Next Travel Destination
You don't always have to be boring while choosing your next travel destination. Do this instead!
June 2, 2018
10 Actionable Ways of Acquiring New Freelance Clients Within 30 Days
Acquiring freelance clients or any clients whatsoever is not easy - but it can be especially with these actionable tactics.
May 17, 2018
The Good, The Bad And The Ugly of Location-Independence
Location-Indepence is not all good. It has some bad and even some ugly to it. Trust me, I know. I'm a digital nomad. I explore all that here.
April 22, 2018
The Significance of Black Panther
Here I share a personal story that ties together the reasons why Black Panther is so significant in our times. I believe it changed my world and probably even THE world.
April 20, 2018
Art For Art's Sake
Follow my journey from childhood to understand my relationship with art and what it means to me now.
April 20, 2018
38 Learnings After 38 Countries
A curated list of 38 learnings I've come across after travelling 38 countries.
April 20, 2018