In this episode, I have such a reflective and enriching conversation with a fellow podcaster Sophia the Wise One. She lets us on to her life journey, her life lessons, what she struggles with, and how she has found ways to centre and heal herself. How deeply she connects with her body, soul and her environment will have you reflecting on your own life and the areas you need to dig deeper on. She is also multi-talented and mid-conversation she blessed me with a tune, what a lovely voice, what a lovely human. She truly inspires me to share my giftings with the world as this is one thing she does effortlessly. I am sure you will be blessed by this conversation.
You can catch Sophia's various expressions of her giftings here:- https://www.sophiawiseone.com/
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This week I had a conservation with Rachel Mbogo - a young inspiring woman who is really passionate about empowering, inspiring, and growing with other mums and women. You can find more of her work on https://thrivingsupermama.com/about-us/
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This week, I share such a heartwarming yet motivating conversation with a lady I met in these gracious streets of the internet. You can tell that we had an instant connection and actually figured out we had a lot in common. Her story is that of courage, doing it afraid, and simply just leaving the daily chase to follow one's purpose. Her final words- Life is to be lived- don't settle for a mediocre life. Whatever living means for you, live! Do not settle.
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This Episode was graced by the one and only Lizz Ntonjira. She is currently the Communications Director at Amref Health Africa, the largest health development organization in Africa. She is also a youth advocate and the founder of The LizzNtonjira Network, a platform that provides innovative, engaging, interactive, and tailor-made training and coaching for the youth. Lizz is also the author of the book #YOUTHCAN, a collection of powerful, inspiring, and challenging stories from youth breaking barriers across 22 African countries. For her work across various sectors, she has received
numerous awards including being listed as one of the 100 Most Influential Young Africans. Lizz is committed to changing the African
narrative by showcasing compelling stories that reflect Africa’s improving development agenda. Lizz holds a bachelor’s degree in law from
the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, a post-graduate Professional
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This an amazing solo episode where I share about the power of spoken words, how we attract what we say, and how we can use that to our advantage by affirming the things we want in life.
I also reflect on my current read, John Kotter's 'The Heart of Change' and mirror his change theory model to the steps in self-development.
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This is Part 2 of the conversation with Angie Obwaka- if you haven't caught up with part 1, take a pause and listen to episode 36. On here, she shares HR nuggets, how to position yourself for a shift in your career, how to deal with difficult situations and low moments, navigating through tough times, living and being in purpose, and many other refreshing tips.
This is a conversation you do not want to miss and one that I truly enjoyed having.
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Welcome to this week's episode which is part one of an amazing conversation with Angie Obwaka, a thriving Kenyan lady, passionate and Jesus-loving girl. She is a parent of 2 amazing kids. Yeshua (The one who saves) who is 12 and Nashe (short for ANO-DIWA-NASHE which means The one loved by God) 3 months. I ENJOY them THOROUGHLY!! 👩👧👦. Professionally. she is an HR Consultant and Career Coach by trade. PASSIONATE, ZEALOUS, GIFTED, AND CALLED TO align individuals and organizations with tools, spaces, and opportunities for them to THRIVE especially in their career and area of purpose.
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In this episode, I have an amazing conversation with Alice Njambi, a conscious coach who works with leaders to help them master their minds and grow their emotional intelligence so that they can lead effectively as they achieve their individual and cooperate goals. We delved into self awareness, dealing with fear, conscious parenting, and all things in between. Tune in.
Alice's Social Media handles:- www.instagram.com/alicenjambi/; www.facebook.com/alice.njambithecoach
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This week on the podcast I share some lessons I have been learning recently on leadership. These have been so profound to lean in to and I couldnt keep them to myself. Bottom line- everyone is a leader in there area of function and we each have a gifting that we can share with the world.
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Do you ever feel like a fraud when called upon to showcase your work, or talk about something in your subject area? This week on the episode we talk about Imposter Syndrome, some of the causes of it, and how to get rid of at least minimize these feelings, in our journey to becoming our best version of ourselves.
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This week I talk about lessons I picked from Robin Sharma's weekly newsletter.
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This episode features Cachet Prescott. She likes to say that she is in the business of thinking! A social scientist by training and a creative and strategic thinker by nature, she thrives on helping others think, focus and plan to ultimately do amazing things in business, career and life. As a psychology-driven mindset and accountability coach and strategist, Cachet works with individuals, entrepreneurs, leaders and organizations to seamlessly bridge the gap between stagnation and clear, bold action. Her podcast, All Things (Un)learned, focuses on using unlearning as a powerful tool for personal growth and transformation, and she shares the inspiring unlearning journeys of people from all walks of life.
Get in touch with Cachet here: https://www.instagram.com/cachetprescott/; https://www.facebook.com/groups/allthingsunlearned
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I am delighted to share this episode with you. We are celebrating the first anniversary of the podcast and couldn't be more proud of the journey that has been. Reflecting on the journey and lessons so far, one thing is that if I allowed myself to let the doubt get the better part of me, we would not be here, celebrating this milestone. In this episode, I share my personal fears and doubt coming onto this journey and how I overcame them. One year in, I am loving the lessons, growth, and impact so far and can only look forward to what is to come.
To celebrate this milestone, I am also launching the lifenpurpose website where we shall stay connected and share so much more. The website launches soon, be the first to click http://lifenpurpose.com/
This week's episode features an amazing woman, Rebeka Teshome, A certified personal development and life coach. she has dedicated her life to helping moms and wives to build self-worth and deep transformation. she terms herself lucky enough to work with women and seeing the amazing results as women take Charge of their Life! Achieve Clarity! Define their Own Success and Craft the Life they Love! She is also a wife, mother of 2 kids, and entrepreneur whose career background is in Monitoring and evaluation. Connect with her
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On this episode, I share some of the ways in which we can combat self-pity. I specifically delve into how a positive mindset is critical in this journey and that the work that goes into shifting the mindset is totally worth it.
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In this episode, I reflect on all the issues that have engulfed the world in the last couple of weeks. From racism, police brutality, violence etc and talk about several ways in which we can all contribute to correcting the injustices and vices. It is time for action!
I also refer to the episode I did with Ana Tajder- sharing lessons from my Mama- https://castbox.fm/episode/Raising-Awesome-Women-id2700038-id268367713?country=us
I also refer to the 'Becoming Anti- racist excerpt- https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10158053315625219&set=a.237500955218&type=3&theater
This week I got to talk to an amazing woman whom I have been following for a while now- in these online streets:), in a quest to learn more about having a better relationship with money. She has a wealth of knowledge and one of the warmest and kind people I have connected with all my life. We had an amazing and insightful conversation on her new book, her principles of money, and how she has managed to achieve the success that she has.
Leisa Peterson, CFP® is on a mission to help 1,000,000 people elevate their financial consciousness by realizing their true value and creating financial security for themselves. As a money coach, business consultant, and spiritual teacher, Leisa host’s the Mindful Millionaire podcast as well as virtual workshops and life-transforming retreats. Her masterful blend of sound financial strategy and mindfulness training helps people break free of patterns of lack, scarcity, and money fears, allowing them to finally lead the rewarding, fulfilling, and abundant lives they most desire.
Leisa has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, FastCompany, Forbes, The Week, Huffington Post and has been featured on many podcasts and radio shows. Prior to starting WealthClinic®, LLC, http://www.wealthclinic.com/; https://www.mindfulmillionairebook.com/
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This week's episode, features an amazing woman. I met Ana in a community of podcasters (it still amazes me how connected we are now thanks to the internet and how we can easily build connections with people from around the world) and her story really inspired me. She has a culturally rich and powerful story - one of resilience, making courageous decisions, remaining positive in the midst of adversity, and picking life lessons from her mama that she lives by till today.
Ana is an award-winning author and journalist originally from Croatia and Austria. She now lives in Seattle and has recently launched her podcast “Thank You, Mama”. You can check out her work on the links below:-
This week, I am also pleased to share my podcasting profile and links to my socials as well as all the platforms you can listen in from.
In this episode, I share about how this season has enlightened me into adjusting to the new circumstances. Granted, now more than ever, every day is a chance to improve, grow, learn, get better, experience, and remain positive while going through the motions.
I have tried my hand at homeschooling for a couple of weeks, read up tonnes on how to approach, and therefore happy to share some of the things I have picked.
I am not an educator, therefore, please do your own research if you want to pick this up homeschool for your family, but with the pivoting and adjusting we have to do post-pandemic, I foresee this being one of the most popular approaches to education.
As usual, let us share and learn together.
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As a parent or guardian, you have a responsibility of keeping not only yourself safe, but also those under your care. On today's episode, I share some tips I have gathered from research on how we can help our kids cope with stress better, but also this episode seeks to bring to the attention of us as parents that children do have emotions and our acknowledgment of this and knowing what to do when they do express the different emotions, helps us to raise healthier more balanced children.
I am no psychologist neither have I have been formally trained in dealing with the mind, but I am a parent, have read and consulted within my networks and the tips here are basically social skills we could employ to have a less stressful family life.
Please feel free to weigh in and share your thoughts and experiences as well.
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I hope you are keeping safe and healthy. In this episode, I share a friend's personal story shared with me so candidly on the struggles of growing up in a village, raised by a single parent (a father), having to fend for oneself through campus life and transition through careers with nothing but hard work and determination.
Stories like these give me hope that really with grit and hope, there is no limit to what man can achieve. I hope you get inspired and learn something from the story.
My guest also recommends some powerful books that he has found very useful in his personal development journey.
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How are we doing guys? Like seriously, how are we doing? In this episode, I take the pleasure of sharing some good news on the podcast channel growth as well as a free new resource that we have recently developed and shared. Please do check it out by following our Instagram page @lifenpurposepodcast and grab yourself a copy- Link to the specific post (https://www.instagram.com/p/B-GsaGKgVNV/)
I am also sharing my reflections on how we could utilize the one resource that is usually so scarce but we now have in plenty which is time.
Tune in to internalize my thoughts on this and let us continue to do what is required of us to flatten the curve.
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Hey purposechasers! how are you coping with the COVID-19 situation? are you feeling fearful, anxious, bored at home, worried, sick? these are some of the emotions going through millions of people across the world and guess what, they are all valid. It is a very trying time and the social distancing is likely to drive a lot of us crazy due to how our lives have been set up previously.
In this episode, I share some of the things I am doing or have been recommended by great mind work leaders that should help with keeping your mind, body, and soul healthy during these uncertain times.
What are some of the things you are practicing? please share with us.
If for any reason you are finding this time particularly hard and would like to talk to someone, please reach me on my IG inbox and I will give you a call or drop me a message on the podcast Line, details below:-
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This is the International Women's month and I am taking advantage of that to intentionally reflect and acknowledge the women who have walked with me in my journey. As I was reflecting, I remembered how growing up I seemed to face a lot of 'hard' things, challenges so to speak and nothing came easy or at first glance. Looking back though, I feel that every challenge, bump ,opportunity that came my way led to charting the career path that I talk of today and overall to me becoming the person I am today.
I am a strong believer in everyone having and owning their story and using their lessons to grow and become a better version of themselves.
What is your story and what do you learn from it...
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It is interesting how this episode tackles adulting when I practically had to curve out sometime in the morning to edit and publish the episode. Life is such that we have so many facets we need to fulfil and it can get overwhelming. In here, I share some things that I personally employ to get a grip on my adulting journey. please share your own tips as well and let's continue holding each other's hand.
March - is the month when we celebrate women and I am asking each of us to celebrate a woman or women in our lives by doing small gestures that show them we appreciate them. #each for equal
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Happy Valentines! This week we are talking about intentional living. What is it, how can we start being intentional about our life choices?
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Happy New Month! Welcome to this week's episode where we talk about some of the things we can apply to build high levels of social awareness and ultimately improve our emotional intelligence. Growth is a continuous process and I feel very passionately about everyone trying to improve themselves and being better, more sensitive and wholesome human beings that will eventually lead to a very socially aware society!
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Happy New Year! It is such a joy to begin this year with how accepting one's reality is crucial in enabling one forge forward with their dreams. I discuss some of the things you could do if you are struggling with comparing your journey with that of others, robbing yourself the joy of accepting that everyone's journey is different and it is only when you review your current situation with honesty that you can be in the frame of mind to achieve your dreams.
Here, I also share my word of the year and how I am still working on my goals. One of the podcasts that is giving me inspiration as I do this is the podcast of the @supersoul conversation with Bishop TD Jakes. the link is below:-
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In this episode, I am sharing some of the things that stood out for me in the year and that I plan to adopt in my life going forward. Listen in and get to share what some of your take-home messages for the year are.
I also refer to some clips which I link below:- the I am sermon by @Joel Osteen and the feature of the same sermon by Oprah on one of her recent Master life classes. Powerful!
Let me also take this moment to wish all my listeners a very restful holiday season. your support in this podcast's journey so far has been beyond incredible and I cannot wait to see what the new decade has in store for us.
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In this episode, I share some tips on how to make merry, party and have fun while remaining conscious of the fact that you will need to adult come January 2020! It is all fun and games until you have no rent money left, or fees, or worse- food. For us, purpose chasers, we do everything responsibly, we overcome the temptation of going beyond what is in our reach and we learnt to do uncomfortable things like saying no to our loved ones when we have to.
Share with me some of the tips you have for ensuring that your Xmas season is merry but within your limits.
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In this episode, I indulged some of my friends by running a one-question survey to tell me some of those things they wish were taught in school to better prepare students for the realities of life after school. This came as a backdrop of the just-released primary certificate exams and the pressure most kids were under to score high grades. I also talk about the importance of parents not imposing their egos/dreams on their kids, and to be true to themselves and recognize that mostly the pressure we pass down on our kids to perform is mostly for us and how we view this as a key thing or measure of success.
I also catch you on some happenings in the recent past that do not just make sense and my head and heart cant quite a process - some downs that life serves which can be so hard to take in, but we have to remain strong.
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Welcome to this week's episode where I recount an incidence when an intrusive question was directed at me in public. Here, I also discuss some of the other intrusive, personal questions that we should stay away from unless we are truly acquainted with the person we are asking.
It is a call for being more socially aware, to avoid putting tags on people who do not necessarily adhere to the 'right time' boundary that society has placed on us.
Is there a time someone made such remarks and how did they affect you? Let's keep sharing on the podcast comment section as well as the on IG
I recently turned 33. I know some ladies shy away from declaring their age publicly but for me, I celebrate each of my years loudly:). In this episode, I share my life lessons over the past couple of years as well as some of the things I have learnt about myself. you will notice that I do not talk about negative traits, not to say that I am a perfect human being but I like to only amplify the good and consciously work on the areas of growth, some of which I have shared here.
Here I get vulnerable, share bits and pieces of my life and let you in my journey a bit more. I hope this inspires you, wherever you are in your journey to keep working at improving yourself.
Of course, I also had to mention Eliud's latest achievement and some of the lessons I picked from him. I am still in a celebratory mood and have watched several times, the moments leading to the end of the incredible race.
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Procrastinating is such a crippling habit! I have been going through a funk, triggered by the usual life pressures and in this episode, I share how I identify this phase and some tips on how to deal with this!
Are you trying to establish your brand as a person or business? Currently, the job and business markets are very competitive and unfortunately or fortunately, we are churning out graduates in thousands who are not very equipped in setting themselves apart and selling their uniqueness to the market.
This episode is the first of a series where we shall be talking to experts and having conversations on how we can place ourselves better as we look to grab opportunities.
Here, we have Tony Ichangai of 'Ichangai's Cave' talk to us on personal branding and how you can build yourself as an irresistible brand.
I also let you know the books I am currently enjoying and other adulting struggles.
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This week, I let you in on how preparations for back to school week have been and also talk about why I am so passionate about discovering and living one's purpose. Listen in and let us keep interacting.
Also celebrating that we are now on three platforms, in a bid to make the podcast available on your favourite platform.
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As a parent, I once in a while take time out to rejuvenate and centre myself back to my optimum self. This helps me be there for my family 100%. In this episode, I share my experience several years back nursing colic, how I was able to go through that period sane and some of the self care techniques I employ to date.
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This week, I am sharing my morning routine and how reading Robin Sharma's 5 AM club helped me get consistent and productive. I'm also putting you on one of my favourite podcasts as well as asking you to recommend people I could feature on this platform to discuss matters job seeking, job creation, career growth and development.
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Guys, whats your take on forgiveness and do you find it easy or hard to forgive. How about your own flaws and when you are the one who needs to be forgiven, are you outright in acknowledging your mistakes?
In this episode I tell you how my last week and family time filled weekend was and then share my thoughts on forgiveness as a principle.
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In this episode I share my goal setting and review process. Now that half the year is gone, how do we keep tabs on the things we set out to achieve for the year.
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