I created this podcast because stories are powerful and by sharing our stories we can learn and grow together. I am really passionate about education for the Girl-Child and topics in Career and Healthcare. I believe that when people are informed they make better choices. The stories shared on the podcast provide motivation and inspiration, and we know this by all the reviews that we get. I also share the interesting experiences I’ve gained along the way since I moved from Nigeria to America- the good, bad, and the embarrassing.
Our Premier Live Podcast event is coming to Dallas Texas on October 19, 2019 from 4-7pm. Come have an amazing night and be part of the podcast. We will have amazing prizes for the winners of our raffle draws and everyone will leave with a gift bag of goodies.
Ever wonder what it's like to be an international student? On this episode of the podcast I share a little about the immigration journey for international students in the US, and what to expect after graduation.
Black women experience maternal deaths at three to four times that of non- Hispanic white women. This is the concluding episode with the amazing Dr. Ruthie Arumala a physician who specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB/GYN) to discuss the role of Doulas and Midwives in healthcare and the controversial Abortion bill.
Dr. Ruthie is also the Host of the "Pretty in Pink" Podcast where she discusses many issues pertaining to Women's health.
Black women experience maternal deaths at three to four times that of non- Hispanic white women. I have invited the amazing Dr. Ruthie Arumala a physician who specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB/GYN) to discuss some of the reasons why black women are at greater risks, and also to share things that my African American sisters and mothers out there need to know to get the best care possible.
Every year, a group of computer science students from Babcock University Nigeria, led by their Lecturer Mr Ernest Onuiri, visit Silicon Valley to learn from the experts in the field and gain priceless exposure to the tech world. This episode is about how an amazing Lecturer is changing the lives of his students, one trip at a time.
Last week I had a car accident on my way to work; a hit and run. It seemed like my week was ruined, unexpected expenses, aches and pains; couldn't release a podcast episode, several times on the brink of tears; last week LIFE HAPPENED!
On this episode of the podcast I share my experience with you. I hope it helps you remember that tough times never last, but tough people do!.
This is the first in a series of episodes where I interview Amazing individuals who have successfully turned an idea that started as a side hustle, to their main source of income.
Today on the podcast my guest Molly Stillman has done just that! She takes us on a journey on how she started her business; blogging and podcasting, and shares some useful tips for budding entrepreneurs. Enjoy!
Think getting a phD will mess with your head? I'll tell you for sure how much it messed with mine on this episode of the podcast, I share with you the "inside scoop" on how getting a PhD can mess with you. Enjoy
To celebrate the International Women's Day, I interview a phenomenal woman (Joyce Nwakanma) who is doing AMAZING things in the field of Cardiology. This episode will teach you; how to avoid “breaking your own heart".
On this episode my guest Mr Kenny shares an Amazing story of unconditional LOVE. He takes us on a journey of Love; how he fell in Love with his wife, Life after marriage and the challenges of having a specially-abled child.
Mr Kenny's daughter "Olivia" was born with a rare genetic condition called 1P36 deletion syndrome".
Mr Kenny says " Love is so powerful, it has healing effects". Listen and be inspired to Love more this Valentine's day
Episode 54: This episode was inspired by one of my podcast listeners who sent me an email about how she would be spending the Christmas break alone on Campus for the first time as an international student in America.
This episode Is dedicated to everyone who will be alone on Christmas, and it outlines some fun ideas that international students can do, while spending Christmas away from family and friends. Enjoy!
Episode 53: The Wait
On this episode I had the privilege of interviewing Nozipho Sibanda (MS) a Transformational Life Coach. 5 years ago, Nozipho was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). PCOS is a genetic, hormonal and reproductive disorder that is also one of the leading causes of infertility in women. Some of the symptoms of PCOS include; irregular periods, excessive acne, weight gain, anxiety, depression and cysts in the ovaries.
Nozipho shares her story on her secret fear of infertility, the WAIT for her miracle baby, and the lifestyle change that made ALL THE DIFFERENCE!!!
Episode 51: What's Your BIG Idea?.This episode is dedicated to EVERYONE or ANYONE who has a business idea and is currently sitting pretty on it. My guest talks about how she started her business, the hurdles she faced and the BEST advise she can offer to aspiring business owners.
Our guest on the today's episode is April Maye, a Wife, Journalist, Social worker, Blogger (The Lifestyle Brief) and Breast Cancer Survivor.
On this episode, April walks us through her journey dealing with breast cancer and how it impacted her life.
Episode 42: This Episode is for EVERYONE! At some point we all get to be guests in the homes of our friends and family members. This episode highlights some of the ways we can make our stay better in other people's homes. Enjoy!
A Young and Vibrant University Lecturer (Mr Ernest Onuiri) had a dream to bring his students from Nigeria to visit Silicon Valley, as a way to motivate and inspire them. Please Listen to how this man is changing the traditional learning experience for his students. Enjoy
Episode 4: Only after I moved to America did I discover I was lactose intolerant. I still enjoy the occasional dairy overload with the help of lactaid, but listen to heard how this Nigerian Princess adjusted to the American cheese Nation. Enjoy
Episode 2: Growing up in Africa- Nigeria, I noticed that society applauded the male child and put more emphasis on his needs above that of the female child, here are my thoughts. What do you think, and did you experience the same?