Elinor Moshe is the founder of Australia’s first Construction coach. A tutor , podcaster, a knowledgeable and dedicated mentor in the construction industry whose passion is to guide, inspire and direct future leaders and industry professionals to construct their career lead. In this episode we discussed about the importance of the Growth mindset, not only in one’s career but Life in General.
On Today’s Episode had a chat with a book author about strengthening in law relationships .
Hannarich Asiedu is an addicted lover of God. She is the author of the upcoming book “DECODING THE IN-LAW CODE.” She has a Bachelor's degree in English and French. Hannarich believes that happiness is contagious and longs to see everyone she encounters enjoy a happy and fulfilling life. As a Speaker and Life Coach, she loves to engage her audience through interactive storytelling.
A boy-mom of three little guys; there's never a dull moment in her life. She is happily married and resides in Dallas, Texas, with her family.
For more information on her book releases and other works, please visit her website on http://www.myhannarich.com
The effects of Autism vary from person to person , this episode was quite insightful as I had a chat with Ben Sorensen ; a Super articulate and witty Australian master of banter - who also has Autism! He took us through the journey of his childhood and how he managed to deal with the challenges that comes with being Autistic.
Today on the show had an interesting conversation with Brenden Kumarasamy from Montreal Canada; the Founder of “Master talk “ YouTube channel which he started in order to help the world master the art of public speaking and communication. He helps purpose driven entrepreneurs achieve their milestones in life and master their message.
Today’s episode was with the delectable Margret Ankrah from Accra Ghana; a host of “Going through it “ : A faith based podcast where we encourage young people to grow in faith and while dealing with daily life issues.Some of the biggest challenges in relationships come from the fact that most people enter a relationship in order to get something: they’re trying to find someone who’s going to make them feel good. In reality, the only way a relationship will last is if you see your relationship as a place that you go to give, and not a place that you go to take. Join us as we dive into the world of love and friendship.
It’s the First Episode of 2021 🎉🎉 had a chat with Alicia Breeze; a Canadian minister, musician and content creator. She has been assigned to equip leaders, innovators, Influencers and disruptors on how to inject God and Faith in crisis, in the culture and in everyday lives.
It is the last episode of the season and the year 🥵🎄💃💃. I had the chance to sit down with Mrs Funke Akagbosu a convener of Teenz Talk as we talk about the changes and challenges that occurred in 2020 , how she was able to still stay afloat and still achieve her goals.
On this Episode , had an interesting chat with Kesiena Aaron-Efe an Anchor of AskDPros podcast and AskDPros Business show about Social media addiction and Validation. In the digital age, people spend countless hours throughout the day on social media and at the end of the day have absolutely nothing to show for it.
If you feel the need to constantly post on social media documenting your every move, chances are you're either addicted to social networking or there is a void somewhere in your personal life.
You deserve someone who chooses you, and continues to choose you.
You are a person, not a throw pillow. You add value as a complex and imperfect human being.
Wait for someone who sees you as special, not a chore or checkbox. Let someone else step up and do exactly what you’ve been hoping for — choose you, right now. With whatever they have to offer.
Life is a journey of twists and turns, peaks and valleys, mountains to climb and oceans to explore.
Good times and bad times. Happy times and sad times.
But always, life is a movement forward. An episode of the little things people take for granted .
The term “playing small” refers to that part in each of us that’s focused on short-term, temporary comfort, security, relief, and validation. By contrast, playing big means we’re willing to experience short-term discomfort, risk, and uncertainty in the service of what we truly want — to feel alive, to experience greater love and connection with others, to feel a deep sense of peace, and to live with greater freedom.
Depression can drain your energy, leaving you feeling empty and fatigued. This can make it difficult to muster the strength or desire to seek treatment.
However, there are small steps you can take to help you feel more in control and improve your overall sense of well-being.
Talent will get you noticed, but persistence will keep you noticed. Especially when you run into obstacles, setbacks and challenges. Persistence is one of the greatest talents a person can have. The good news is... you don't have to be born with it, everyone can develop the habit of persistence.
We spend so much time at work that it almost gets inevitable to dive into a relationship with a coworker; However, how can workplace romance affect your job? Is dating a coworker better than stumbling upon whoever matches your Tinder profile?
If you are already crushing on someone in your office, get to know first the pluses and minuses of workplace romance.
I had a chat with Chike Seun on the need to keep our mouths clean, free from diseases and other problems (e.g bad breath) by regular brushing of the teeth (dental hygiene) and cleaning between the teeth(Flossing)
He is a dentist with five years of experience working to help bring dental care to as many homes as he can with home service dental care. He loves counseling asides healthcare to achieve goals with the resources they have. Chike Seun is a powerful force in the workplace and uses his positive attitude and tireless energy to encourage others to work hard and succeed. In his free time, Chike Seun likes long distance driving, Anchoring events and meeting people.
The act of waiting is passive; you’re being affected by everything around you instead of affecting everything around you. The thought of moving on is usually hard for us since we’re headed out into the unknown, hoping to find something better. Trying to find that line in the sand can be painful, confusing, and scary, but the decision to wait or take action is one that can really only be made by you. The circumstances of the situation are complex, and only you really know what is best for you.
Emotional connections can be formed in an instant, or they may take time to establish. Regardless of how quickly connections are formed, when they are established, communication becomes almost effortless. This means that if we want to communicate with our partners , we must be sure we are connecting with them. If we are connected, communication will be much easier and more effective. If we are disconnected, it doesn’t matter what we are communicating because the message isn’t getting through.
Had a chat with Mrs Taiwo Ayinde a mental professional on the need to take a mental break. If you’re feeling stressed out or overwhelmed, take a break. It’s absolutely okay to just escape from the world around you and take some “me”time. The joy of taking a break is that you get to decide when you’re taking it and what you’ll do on your break.
Closure can often be mean, regressive, and sometimes just plain hurtful. And although the past will always remain in the past, it’s so important to learn how to appreciate it for exactly what it was. The past has morphed you into who you are are today and the person you will be tomorrow. I think that we crave closure because it’s so hard to come to terms with the idea that unfortunately, we are never going to be able to figure out every little thing in life. Sometimes things just happen. People leave without an explanation. And it hurts like hell. It’s wildly confusing. But, the only thing you can really do is take everything you learned from the situation, grow from it, and leave the rest where it belongs, in the past.
Had a Chat with Miss Kanoyinsola Akagbosu a Co-host of “chatswithmyka” on the topic ... They say that money can’t buy happiness…
…or can it?
A recent study showed that money can buy happiness, but only a certain amount. We can call this a baseline level of happiness.
In relationships, Codependency and low self-esteem are often linked. If you link your self-worth to your ability to care for others, developing a sense of self-worth that doesn’t depend on your relationships with others can prove challenging.
When to walk away
Whether it’s a job, a relationship, a friendship — walk away from things that no longer serve you or positively contribute to your life.
That’s not to say that you should immediately abandon a meaningful relationship when the road gets rocky. But it’s okay to choose to walk away — if you gave it your all, and even if you didn’t.
The five love languages describe the way we feel loved and appreciated. Depending on our individual personality types, we may feel loved differently than how our partners do. Understanding and decoding these different ways of showing love will help take the guesswork out of your partner’s expectations and needs.
There’s a reason why the friendly voice on the plane always tells you, in case of an emergency, put your own oxygen mask on first. If you save yourself, you have a chance of saving your family, your kids, the other people you’re travelling with. If you try to put the mask on them first, you’re going to pass out — possibly before you even get the mask on them.
During such painful times, the idea of cultivating personal happiness might seem trivial — selfish, even — but it might just be more important now than ever before. As such, it’s vital to intentionally counteract this toxic, fearful energy with a conscientious investment in creating happiness. There's evidence that positive moods can boost our immune system and can protect us from respiratory viruses, so it's not something to feel guilty about; it's a smart strategy just like washing our hands.