Goal'd In Africa is a podcast hosted by Murungi Sarah. A platform that will enrich listeners with struggles of navigating success as young Africans as well as tips from professionals all over Africa on how they make big moves and strive to elevate Africa.
New episodes will be coming out every Tuesday.
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In this episode, Murungi Sarah sits down with Eunice Kakoma, a Rwandan that has been living in USA for over 10 years.
Let's just say that the conversation covers it all. Navigating life in America as an African, The good and the ugly about living in the States, and how the way History is taught in AFRICA could be keeping us down!
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Are you living the way you want to live? Or are you doing what you think you should be doing? Is that your real voice? Or is it just an echo?
Listen to learn more about what it truly takes to live authentically.
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Hello Goal'd African, It's that time of the year where we take stock of the first half of the year and re-strategize in order to get back on track of accomplishing our goals. In this episode, Sarah tells all on her most important lessons from the first half 1/2 and gives solid advice on how to re-strategize to optimize the achievement of your goals.
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Yay! We are back baby!!!
In this episode, Murungi Sarah tells all about what's been going on in her life; the good and the bad. Sarah shares some major updates for the podcast, so tune in to catch all of that.
This episode is proudly sponsored by Five Volcanoes Boutique Hotel, be sure to show some love and follow their social media @FiveVolcanoes on Instagram and Twitter, and if you can, book your next staycation with them.
Today's episode is like no other. Rwanda just kicked off the 100 days of commemoration for the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. This Year, as of 7th April, marks 27 years since the tragic genocide against the Tutsi. In this episode, we touch base on that, but with more emphasis on the Youth's involvement during and after the genocide.
Support Our past Initiative:
Follow: @Our_Past_In (Twitter) & @our_past__initiative (Instagram) & @intwari_ya_gasana (Instagram)
More resources to checkout led by Youth:
@DigitalKwibuka (Instagram & Twitter) - For live events and discussions
@KwibukaRwanda podcast (Apple podcasts) - For accurate information and testimonials...
@amateka.series (Instagram, YouTube & Instagram) - For all things about the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi, tailored to the youth in all parts of the world. They also share other valuable resources to check out!
@NARwanda(Twitter) neveragainrwanda.org - Government empowered organization with a Youth focus engagement focus. In existence for over 17 years.
In this part 2 of my conversation with Chara Itoka of the Itoka Group, we explore life through the eyes of a 19-25 year old Chara. Particularly, what she had to do to become the successful woman she is today. Chara also tells us the impact of working directly under the first female president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia. In a nutshell, Chara shares her most impactful tips to her success. Hint, hint, it has a lot to do with mentorship and networking.
This is a powerful episode, and I hope you learn a thing or two on how you can take charge of your life and groom yourself to become a great African. As always, Stay Goal'd and go get it!!
Meet Chara Itoka. CEO and lead consultant at the Itoka Group. A woman with experience in governance, entrepreneurial ventures in the textile industry, theatre and much more. Chara is what we call a generalist entrepreneur, who has gauged success in various fields, and she is here to show you how you can take the multi-disciplinary approach to find success in today's world.
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Have you always been interested in solving all of Africa's problems but didn't know how to? Felt too small, or too powerless to do it all? Well, in this episode, Mwiza tells you how he solves the problems of over 100,000 Africans. Want to know how? Listen in!
In this episode, Mwiza introduces us to his world, the world of Artificial Intelligence. Mwiza is disrupting Africa and solving her problems through Agri-predict, a business he co-founded with Patrick Sikalinda. Let's just say that this episode is your simplified masterclass on the go, that covers the basics of AI and machine learning.
Stay tuned, Stay Goal'd & go get it!
In this special episode, Karen and I discuss her journey and how she managed to literally rise from the ashes and start a fresh new life with an insurmountable burst of energy. Karen has a lot to tell, so sit back and listen to this fierce woman as she shares her very life-changing perspective on how life should be lived.
Follow her journey on Instagram @Karenbugingo and support her by sharing her story and buying her book: My name is Life.
As always, stay Goal'd and go get it ✨
In this episode, Murungi Sarah sits down with the brilliant Seye Obadeyi, a Nigerian social entrepreneur, investor and intrapreneur, to mention a few of his many hats. We explore so many aspects of being an African entrepreneur such as small scale investments, community and it's role, how to treat the customers, and much more. Sounds interesting? Go ahead and take a listen. You will be doing yourself a huge favor.
As always, Stay Goal'd and go get it!!
In this episode @xxmurah shares her life-changing goal setting strategy. The first point is well, not to set SMART goals. Wild right?!
Listen to the full episode, internalize it, and let's discuss on Instagram @goaldinafricapodcast. If you haven't already, please subscribe and review this podcast, and well, follow us on Instagram! Stay Goal'd and Go get it!
Are you someone who usually sets goals for the month, or the year and you just don't seem to accomplish them? Are you someone who hates goal setting all together? Or, are you looking for better strategies for achieving your dream life? If you said yes to any of these, this episode is for you.
As we usher in 2021, we are spreading good vibes and super effective strategies, that will help you finally get ahead of your goals and live your best life yet. That, my dear Goal'd African, is my gift to you. I want to see you thrive. I want you to live a life that you love. That is my purpose on this beautiful continent of Africa.
This is my way of Ushering in new beginnings, fresh starts and giving you everything you need to win the year right from the get go.
In return, all I ask is for you to spread the word on Goal'd in Africa, share the episodes that you love with your friends and family, as well as review this podcast on the platform you're using to stream it. Stay Goal'd and go get it!
In this incredible episode, I introduce my father to the Goal'd in Africa podcast. I'm truly grateful to be able to showcase his wisdom and our bond to all the listeners of the Goal'd In Africa podcast. This is a gesture of appreciation for all the love and support you have given to the podcast for Season 1, and to close off with a BANG!
In this episode, we talk about what it truly means to be successful, through the lens of an older generation VS through a Gen Z lens. The conversation gets a little heated when we discuss Education, whether or not it is important for success... Let's just say that my Father's stance on this topic is not what you would expect from an African Father. Stay tuned, Stay Goal'd and Go get it!!
Season 2 will be dropping starting from January 5th. For now, follow us on Instagram @goaldinafricapodcast for engaging content and discussions beyond just audio.
As we fly to Kenya to meet Boniface Omina, a generalist entrepreneur that has dipped his toes in different fields ranging from Ed-tech , to Career tech, and now to event planning, but more specifically creating a career around himself. Yes, you heard this right. Boniface is currently on the journey of creating a business around himself, his lifestyle and well, all things Boniface. It doesn't just stop there, because he is sharing all his tips and insights on how you too can do that.
What's very interesting about this particular episode, is honestly he fact that you get to truly witness what it actually means to go full force at figuring out your dreams and career path. That's just the beauty of it! Listen to the episode, share it with your friends and well, I dare you to go after your dreams and go after them hard! As we always say here; Stay Goal'd and Go get it!
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In this incredible interview, we are flying to Senegal, to meet and talk to Lydia Hickman, an African American woman that has dedicated her life towards solving the problem of Youth Unemployment, mostly on the African continent. Ms. Hickman is currently the country manager at an American-Nigerian company called Hugo, and through this role, she is facilitating the company's expansion to Senegal. Ms. Hickman is helping Hugo bring outsourced jobs to 10,000 West Africans. Yes you heard it right. 10,000 jobs. Not all heroes or heroines wear capes.
In her previous endeavors, Ms. Hickman co-founded a social enterprise that gave University students a platform to solve African problems, she also partnered with the Rwandan government in providing teaching-learning materials, to be distributed to different African countries. In this episode, we deep dive into how it is that she found her passion, kept going at it consistently throughout her career, and most importantly, how you can too. Listen it and catch the gems Ms. Hickman keeps throwing, and remember to share, review and subscribe to Goal'd In Africa. Follow us on Instagram: @goaldinafrica to keep the conversation going.
In this solo episode, Sarah dives into what it truly means to be self aware with relevant and relatable examples and as always gives actionable tips you can take to be more self-aware. 6 tips to be specific. Top it up she gives you a wide variety of 9 free online tests you can take to jumpstart your journey to self-discovery.
If you haven’t already, subscribe, share & review this podcast so that others like you could discover it and transform their lives. Engage with us on Instagram @goaldinafricapodcast or @xxmurah on the latest post or via DMs to continue the conversation.
For now, Stay Goal’d and go get it.
This episode is Part 2 of the interview with Damien Mouzoun, founder of Ayina Think Tank, a well-travelled Pan African, he has been to over 45 countries!! In this episode we cover what it actually takes to become successful (hint hint, you have to become crazy) In this episode Damien Mouzoun gives us gems on gems on gems of knowledge and also a special message particularly for young Africans that want to shake things up and become great.
If you haven't listened to part 1 of this interview, go ahead and do so before listening to this episode.
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In this Enlightening interview episode, alongside Damien Mouzoun, we chat about what it truly takes to walk the talk of becoming a great African. Don't know where to start? Have you just started and you need more insights on how to navigate this journey? Do you struggle to walk the talk? If you sad yes to any of these questions, this episode is definitely for you.
Damien Mouzoun is a great African and Pan African, who is originally from Benin, and has founded a social enterprise called Ayina Think Tank which is currently stationed in Rwanda, Mauritius and Ghana. Mr. Mouzoun has travelled to over 45 countries, and done incredibly enriching work on the African continent, all before turning 30!! Mr. Mouzoun has walked the talk of becoming a great African, and in this episode, he explores how we can too.
This is part one of the episode with Damien Mouzoun. Part 2 of this conversation will be out later this week.
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Do checkout the organization's website: ayinathinktank.org or follow them on Twitter: @ayina_rw
In this week's episode, Sarah goes deep into the relationship between negative self-talk and limiting beliefs and how they affect success. More to this, she gives ACTIONABLE steps you can take to overcome this toxic trait and venture into a much more positive thinking and positive results lifestyle.
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In this heartfelt episode, we shed to light what is actually going on in Nigeria through the eyes of a young Nigerian man named Daniel O'Tudor. Daniel takes us through a few of his experiences, how far SARS Brutality dates back and what the government ISN'T doing. Finally, in this episode, you will learn what you can do to amplify this movement, so that collectively, we may be able to #ENDSARS.
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In this episode, Jackie Kalisa tells us her story of how she got from a low point in her life where she was lost and had just graduated from University as well as tells us exactly how she climbed up and became an executive manager at the huge firm she works at now.
She doesn't just stop there, but goes on to tell you how she maintains her life-work balance and of course the challenges of being a woman in a corporate world and how to manage them. Follow us @goaldinafricapodcast on Instagram to continue the conversation there.
In this week's episode, Sarah talks about the African narrative and how to get back our power as Africans by pushing the narrative of Africa's greatness. She also says a few not so controversial things about Africa's tourism industry, and much more. Stay tuned.
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We are hosting a Kenyan, serial entrepreneur, Forex trader and educator, the one and only @Sean Karanja. I'm so excited for this!! Karanja shares with us a few actionable steps we can take to become great Africans, With emphasis on how to get started. We also chat about some books we've read and how they influenced us into Living a full life, rather than simply existing.
Sean Karanja is the Ceo and founder for @ProjectExponential and some of you may know him from TedXALC in 2019. He has lived in South Africa, Mauritius and Kenya and brings his unique perspective to the table as we discuss on the what it takes to be a great African. He is an alumni at African Leadership Academy, and is nearing the end of his undergraduate degree program at the African Leadership College in Mauritius.
Sean brings a lot of gems to the table, so to speak, and I'm honored to bring you this insightful conversation with Sean Karanja Kinyanjui.
I'm definitely looking forward to hearing from you in the comments and mentions. @goaldinafricapodcast and @xxmurah on Instagram.
In this very first episode, Sarah goes deep into who she is, what wakes her up at night and what it really means to be Goal'd In Africa. | New episodes will be coming out every Tuesday, and to engage with us, find us on Instagram @goaldinafricapodcast or reach out to Sarah directly @xxmurah.