Meghan and I traveled together excessively for one year, and worked together to help entrepreneurs to grow their businesses in the Middle East and North Africa. She is now a Portfolio Strategist at Unicef and continues to discover and fund entrepreneurs in the emerging markets who aim to solve significant problems in their societies.
Although Meg’s background is quite fascinating, main topic of this podcast is not business. She traveled to 70 countries in around 10 years period, always being on the road (or on the planes rather), and living out of her suitcase. And as you can imagine, roaming in 70 countries comes with its great and inspiring stories. In this episode, Meghan talks about how active traveling changed her perspectives and impacted her life. She also shared some of the extremely hilarious situations that happened to her during her nomad life.
Tbh, I cannot remember when I laughed that much during my interviews last time. So tune in to hear about what does it mean to be traveled to 35% of the whole world, and how it can impact your life 🙂
What is Christian Mysticism and how does one see the world from this perspective? Why does the West has some of the world's most ancient and mystical organizations that claim to guard and pass the occult knowledge?
MindForce guest today is TruthSeekah - visionary hip-hop artist and the host of the TruthSeekah podcast, who is sharing his esoteric knowledge with people all around the world through his art - podcast and music. In this episode, TruthSeekah and I discussed a wide variety of topics, including the aspects of Christian Mysticism, Rosicrucian Order, Freemasonry, Illuminati and many more.
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The ability to execute is more valuable than education or talent, because it is far rarer. When you are looking for a job, your education and success story in previous experiences might be the main thing that would get you in. But this is not enough and by no means it does guarantee your further success. What is mainly important is responsible execution, or "Execution First Mentality". Check this episode to learn more about it and see how you can implement it in your daily personal and professional life.
Agahuseyn (a.k.a AG) is a tech nomad living and working in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia, where he travels across 10+ countries ongoing basis to work with local entrepreneurs. In this episode he shared his experience about these two regions and how does living there feel like. AG also specifically mentioned night life and how it can be a good indicator of each nation's mentality, and softly touched based upon the weird experiences he had - such as extremely weird taxi system of Moldova, and drunk and high Russian gangster coming after him on his birthday. Enjoy the podcast, and don't forget to subscribe to it on Apple Podcasts/ iTunes and Google Podcasts.
This episode is about how coffee and caffeine impact your body and mind. By listening to this podcast, you'll learn about what happens inside your body right after intaking your favorite coffee, as well as hear about coffee's positive and negative effects to your health.
My guest today is DJ (a.k.a. Darren Walsh) is a pharmaceutical professional from Ireland, and holds a degree on nutritional sciences. He is also a host of Snugcast podcast!
We hope you'll enjoy the episode and it will give you great insights on how to treat your coffee!
In this episode, we are talking about tech nomad lifestyle, how it changes one's perception and what kind of value it brings to a person's life. My guest - Omar Barakat is a true tech nomad and traveled to 19 countries in 2018. We discussed very interesting topics in this one - travel, the Middle East and North Africa, business, entrepreneurship, fun stories and many more. Enjoy it!
Tom de Kok is helping people to wake up to a new world - world with full of consciousness and meaning. In this episode, Tom talked about the world of the future where more and more people are awakened, the importance of trust and more.
David is a serial entrepreneur, investor and the author of Managing Happiness program, where he shares his framework of implementing structured business principles into a personal life to consciously manage your family life and happiness.
Today's podcast guest is Agharza Malikov, who is working at one of the oldest and biggest Wall Street banks of the United States. He is looking after the Capital Planning, which makes him an ideal source of wisdom to cover such wide and diverse topcis of Capitalism and Free Market.
In this episode, we discussed how capitalism works, what are its main pillars, China's fascinating economic growth, dangers of capitalism and many more interesting topics. Last but not least, Agha shared his suggestions with our listeners who want to learn more about capitalism and better navigate through this economic system.
Today’s guest is Josh Karimov - author of books Kvan, Ubuntu and Alamo13 and currently working on his fourth book. Josh is also a motivation master and communication coach. When he is not busy with his books, he is training executives and business people on effective speech, presentation and communication. In this episode, Josh shared his story on stopping his career in one of the most reputable companies around and choosing a path of creativity - writing to be more precise. He also shared quite a lot insights about the anatomy of motivation, how it works and how you can use it to build up a great and productive habits. We also extensively discussed writing and authoring topic.
To find Josh on Social Media and get in touch, search for his name:
Joshgun Karimov, or his campaign hashtags:
#kvanoxu #ubuntuolaq #alamo13
In this episode of the MindForce Podcast, together with Elmar Abbasov, we talked about technology, artificial intelligence, robotics, and shared a couple of words about Estonia and government's push for technology there.
Elmar is a robotics engineer based in Estonia, and has an extensive experience with electronic and robotics engineering, and currently working at one of the leading robotics companies of Estonia that delivers wide range of autonomous robots and vehicles to corporates, governments, military and public sphere.
Find Elmar on social media with Ubicray username.
Imagine a person who start his day with a huge piece of cake, continues his day by constantly eating stuff during his job, and ends his day with equally unhealthy food. 14-16 hours a day, non-stop eating. How unhealthy it is, right?
Despite the fact that we don't really live like that, we still feed our brain with countless crap throughout the day, and fail to see its negative impact on our cognitive abilities, ability of concentration and overall stamina.
In this episode, I talked about information overload, and how I overcome it.
“Few people think more than two or three times a year. I’ve made an international reputation for myself by thinking once or twice a week.”.
- George Bernard Shaw
Allright, this sounds exaggerated, I know, but thinking as an individual human skill has received remarkably little attention in our societies. Overall, thinking as a process is harder than we can imagine. Our brain tissue is expensive to maintain. It is same for all mammals by the way. As adults, our brains use about 20% of our total energy budget, which is more than any other organ. Such an expensive organ couldn't come with no complexity. In this episode, we'll talk about how our brain conducts the thinking process, and why it is a bit harder than we can imagine.
Even it is obvious that we are living in the golden age of humanity with personal freedoms taking over the world, science and technology progressing by flourishing our societies, there just seems to be something wrong with the humanity in general - our inclination towards violence, greedy destruction or aggression in deep personal level is something that bothers each individual. Not surprisingly, this mass confusion finds its projection in various aspects of our daily lives. Take for example the movies we watch. Maybe you never paid attention, or never thought it this way, but most of the movies we watch and enjoy watching are full of violence. How come that we enjoy one human being causing pain and destruction to other human beings, often to countless number of them. Why it is so joyful to watch? Is it something normal to enjoy seeing other people suffer?
In this episode, I talked about the profound book "The New Earth" by Eckhart Tolle, and how this book can help you on your way of taking the control of your own mind and thoughts!
Have you experienced a situation where you are totally lost in your mind? You are so busy with that random thought popping inside your head that you don’t pay attention to what's going on around. “being lost in mind” situation makes you partially, or even totally absent in the company of your loved ones, that in turn, causes uncomfortable situations to rise.
Does it sound like you, or someone you care about? If yes, folks, I have news for you! This episode is about our consciousness, awareness, and being present, where we’ll talk about this situations. You’ll also learn on how meditation can help you to train your mind to keep your thoughts under control. And for sure, make you enjoy your present moment.