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S5E6 Child of the System "Was 8-4-4 a Hit or a Miss?"
How did Kenya’s education system impact the person you have now become? That is the question this week’s episode of The 2030 Podcast is hoping to answer as Tim and Josh offer their varied experiences on growing up under two entirely different systems of education in the country and revealing how each gave and also took away from the people they have now become. This episode also explores the potential of the new Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) and the prospects it has in righting the wrongs of the old system and hopefully churning out students prepared to cope with the challenges of the 21st century world. Got a question, comment or suggestion for us? Join in on the conversation here. Stay Inspired!
45:33
October 18, 2021
S5E5 Friendships Built to Last "If all you get from it is mucene, it's time to let go" ft Clemency Mawondo
It seems the older we get, the tighter our circle becomes and the more vital its role to our lives. We obviously can't stress the importance of having a good crew around you, but how do we make it last the long term in the midst of changing times and seasons in our lives. That's the conversation we'll be diving into today with the help of our friend Clemency, who was so gracious enough to share how she and Tim have managed to build and sustain a friendship for 10+ years through so many changes. Got a question, comment or suggestion for us? Join in on the conversation here. Stay Inspired!
58:17
October 11, 2021
S5E4 Job Hunt, Thirst Trap "The internet can cost you more than your bundles"
Recently an online debate was sparked when a popular figure in Kenya changed their mind on potentially hiring a job candidate after discovering previous romantic advances towards them on their instagram DM. In today's episode, we seek to answer the question, was this a fair judgement? and to what extent can your social media activity affect potential opportunities for you? Got a question, comment or suggestion for us? Join in on the conversation here. Stay Inspired!
37:07
October 4, 2021
S5E3 Greener Pastures "I don't think I'd be where I am today if I was in Kenya" ft. Kev & Charlene
Is the grass always greener on the other side? That is the question this episode is seeking to answer as The 2030 Podcast sits down with two Kenyans in foreign lands. We get the perspectives of Kenyans in the United Kingdom and Sweden who have worked, schooled and live abroad.  Learn all about managing expectations, dealing with culture shock and the highs and lows of being a foreigner miles away from home. Got a question, comment or suggestion for us? Join in on the conversation here. Stay Inspired!
58:10
September 27, 2021
S5E2 Robbed at Mouse Point "You don't realize you're being conned until it's done!"
You've probably come across them or heard someone who's been duped by an online scammer.  Well, this week's episode delves deeper into the intricacies of online scams, who the target groups are and just how you can keep yourself safe from becoming the next victim. Listen in and Josh and Tim share their own personal experiences about dealing with online scammers and get some crucial advise which may help keep you and your friends safe from this latest trend. Got a question, comment or suggestion for us? Join in on the conversation here and look out for your comment/question on the next episode! Stay Inspired.
49:52
September 6, 2021
S5E1 Love at a Distance "Different Strokes for Different Folks!"
An all new season of The 2030 Podcast is back! We kick off our exciting new episode  discussing just how easy (or difficult) it is to engage in a long distance relationship.  Have you been in a long distance entanglement? Would you ever consider dating long distance?  The 2030 Podcast crew explore all the options and give crucial tips on navigating this otherwise often difficult journey. Got a question, comment or suggestion for us? Join in on the conversation here and look out for your comment/question on the next episode! Stay Inspired.
44:01
August 30, 2021
BONUS: Blooper Reel!
There's a lot that goes into the podcast, and there's a lot that goes out too. Enjoy the laughs from a few funny moments in Season 3 & 4. Did you like that? Talk to us here. Thanks for listening!
05:19
May 10, 2021
S4E13 The Wrap Up
We draw the curtains on yet another fun season of The 2030 Podcast and today we look back at some of our favourite episodes, moments and lessons drawn from this season. Enjoy! 0:10 Intro 1:51 Moving On Up 3:40 The Kenyan Dream 7:12 The First born Dilemma  9:46 Taking the High Rod 14:10 #IWD2021 Finding Your Voice ft Kellen Kinyua  15:56 Mwanaume Hukataa ft Yayo 19:26 Towards Mental Hygiene ft Dr. Edith Kwobah 22:25 I'm Not High ft. Collins Kiplimo & Dr. Edith Kwobah 25:30 For the Love of Money 30:44 Before You Say "I Don't" 34:05 Outro Got a question, comment or suggestion for us? Join in on the conversation here. Thank you for listening. Stay Inspired.
36:39
May 3, 2021
S4E12 Before You Say "I Don't"
The big question of 'When Do I Settle Down' is our main issue of discussion on this week's episode. With marriage losing its appeal for many young people - especially men, we delve a bit deeper into what it means to be ready for marriage and to start a family and if the dynamics are entirely different and warranted for men as it is for women. Got a question, comment or suggestion for us? Join in on the conversation here and look out for your comment/question on the next episode! Stay Inspired.
40:03
April 26, 2021
S4E11 For the Love of Money "Don't let hunger drop your standards"
How much money can one survive on today? Is it easier for women to live off smaller sums of money? Those are some the questions we tried to tackle on this episode as we explore the incomes we had when venturing out to start life on their own. Listen in to how with better planning, a budget and a bit of self reliance, anyone can be able to live comfortably with as little as 20,000 Kenya shillings. Got a question, comment or suggestion for us? Join in on the conversation here and look out for your comment/question on the next episode! Stay Inspired.
47:44
April 19, 2021
BONUS: Trivia Time! The Songs We Grew Up To 🎶 & More! Tim Vs. Josh
Join in on the fun as Tim and Josh go head-to-head on this special bonus episode. P.S This comes with a prize and guess who's being awarded? Yup, it's you!  Enjoy! Would you like more of these? Follow us on instagram @the2030podcast and let us know. Stay safe.
37:36
April 12, 2021
S4E10 I'm Not High "Diagnosed with bipolar disorder at 9 years" ft. Collins Kiplimo & Dr. Edith Kwobah
We continue our series on mental health by focusing on a condition that has led to nearly 1,000 deaths in the last three years alone. The problem of suicide in Kenya, especially among the youth is undeniable. Mental health expert Dr. Edith Kwobah sits down with the hosts of The 2030 Podcast to offer possible approaches to combating the vice as we tackle another side of mental illness - bipolar disorder. Listen in as Collins, a bipolar patient shares his struggle with the condition and offers us all the best way to handle those with the same condition. Got a question, comment or suggestion for us? Join in on the conversation here and look out for your comment/question on the next episode! Stay Inspired.
30:02
April 5, 2021
S4E9 Towards Mental Hygiene " ...you're killing more people than yourself." Ft. Dr. Edith Kamaru Kwobah
A report from the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights released in September 2020 reveals that 1,442 persons are reported to have attempted suicide between 2015 and 2018. Additionally, a survey conducted by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics Economic Survey reports that 196 cases of suicide were recorded in the country in 2020 with the figures revealing that the number is 4 times higher for men compared to women. On this episode, The 2030 Podcast shines a crucial spotlight on a worrying trend that forms part of the 13% of mental illness disease burden in the country. Resident psychiatrist Dr. Edith Kwobah returns to the podcast to talk about the heaving burden of suicide especially among young people, and what YOU can do to both prevent the scourge from affecting you and your loved one. Got a question, comment or suggestion for us? Join in on the conversation here and look out for your comment/question on the next episode! Stay Inspired.
33:42
March 29, 2021
S4E8 Mwanaume Hukataa "Bro...You were sexually harassed...really?" ft. Yayo
How to handle and overcome a rare form of sexual harassment is what this episode is all about! The 2030 podcast focuses on male sexual harassment, a situation becoming ever so common yet hardly spoken about by the victims. Listen in as a victim shares his shocking story of multiple sexual harassment scenarios and draw lessons on how best to overcome this vice and raise a voice against this form of abuse which society more often than not misconstrues as flirting. Disclaimer: This episode contains sexual references that some listeners may find disturbing. Got a question, comment or suggestion for us? Join in on the conversation here and look out for your comment/question on the next episode! Stay Inspired.
01:00:17
March 22, 2021
S4E7 Heavy is the Head... "Getting a job is more than just academics"
Does your academic qualification really matter? Is intellectual capacity directly involved in ones career advancement? Can you become successful despite getting poor grades in school? Those are some of the questions today's episode will be seeking answers to as The 2030 Podcast discusses a hot topic that has been the cause for debate among Kenyan youth in the recent past. Join Timothy, Marlene and Josh as they share their experiences on what it means to them to succeed not only inspite of but also despite one's academic qualifications. Got a question, comment or suggestion for us? Join in on the conversation here and look out for your comment/question on the next episode! Stay Inspired.
30:01
March 15, 2021
S4E6 #IWD2021 Finding Your Voice ft Kellen Kinyua-Njoroge
As we mark the International Women's Day 2021, we as The 2030 Podcast #ChooseToChallenge gender inequality in the workplace. Today Kellen Kinyua-Njoroge, the Head of Customer Experience at Cellulant Group, joins us to share her incredible story of resilience on a thought-provoking conversation centred around the challenges faced when a woman is trying to breakthrough a largely male dominated corporate sector. Listen in and let us know, what are you choosing to challenge? Join in on the conversation here and look out for your comment/question on the next episode! Stay Inspired.
30:20
March 8, 2021
S4E5 Q&A Session: We answered your questions live on Instagram!
A big thank you for logging on to our live Instagram session. In case you missed it, Tim & Marl sat down to answer all your burning questions and respond to some of your comments on our episodes so far. Listen in. Recorded live on Instagram. Got a question? Comment? Join in on the conversation here and look out for your comment/question on the next episode! Thanks for listening. Stay Inspired!
51:23
March 1, 2021
S4E4 Taking the High Rod "...Somewhere Between the Buttocks and the Knees"
Spare the rod, spoil the child. Today's episode of The 2030 Podcast focuses on an age old saying which has found new meaning in today's world. With talks to reintroduce corporal punishment in schools rife, we take a look back at how punishment was meted in schools back in the day and explore if the cane really is the ultimate antidote in curbing indiscipline. Do you feel that re-introduction of corporal punishment in Kenya will make a difference in curbing indiscipline among students? Did work for you? Join in on the conversation here and look out for your comment/question on the next episode! Thanks for listening. Stay Inspired.
37:45
February 22, 2021
S4E3 The Firstborn Dilemma "I Was a 'Parentified' Child!"
Every person forms a piece of a puzzle that eventually makes up our entire family tree; but there's a special place beheld by those born as first borns in their families. On this episode, we dig deep into what it really means to be a first born child in a family and how best to navigate that unwanted, often unrewarding and mainly burdening role.  Are you a first born? Or do you have roles within the family that makes you a pioneer? A leader among your siblings? How do you treat the first borns in your family? This episode, though dedicated to all the first borns either biologically or figuratively, is for anyone who needs to understand the place of family and how best to cope with it. Are you a first born (or designated first born)? How have you learned to cope with the expectations?Join in on the conversation here and look out for your comment/question on the next episode! Thanks for listening. Stay Inspired.
44:24
February 15, 2021
S4E2 The Kenyan Dream "Buying land in your 20's, really?"
"Buy land, they are not making it anymore" is perhaps one of the greatest land quotes of all time. On this episode, we discuss the impact of that statement as we explore the practicality of scouting for and eventually buying land as a young person.  Is it an investment meant only for the old? What do you need to do now to help make you a land owner in future?   Listen in as Josh, Marlene and Timothy explore. Have you thought about buying land in the future? What are some your concerns going into it? Join in on the conversation here and look out for your comment/question on the next episode! Thanks for listening. Stay Inspired.
42:55
February 8, 2021
S4E1 Moving on Up "It's a leap of faith."
Oh! The joy of having personal space! But getting there is often not that easy! We kick off season 4 of The 2030 Podcast with a discussion that every young person ought to listen to; either because you were once there or you're actually heading there one day. In this episode, the clash between children and their parents and ambition and finances comes to the fore as Marlene, Josh and Timothy sit down for this all important topic. How was your journey? Join in on the conversation here and look out for your comment/question on the next episode! Thanks for listening. Stay Inspired.
56:40
February 1, 2021
S3E13 The Year 2020
On the final episode of this captivating season, both Tim and Josh sit down to review the year that was, the challenges many young people may have experienced and the stories of triumph that emerged in the midst of a global pandemic. The episode also reviews the great and meaningful conversations conducted on The 2030 Podcast this year and reviews key highlights and lessons passed on to you (the audience) by various speakers who issued advise on our platform. Most importantly, this episode will show you the value of appreciating what you have and give you hope that despite obstacles, you are able to rise, thrive and become the person God created you to be. What are you grateful for this year? Log onto our Anchor profile here and drop us a message. We'd love to  hear from you!  Thanks for listening. Stay Inspired.
55:28
December 14, 2020
S3E12 The 10 Things 2020 Taught Us About Money
The 43 Month of 2020 is finally here! Wow, we've made it this far and with everything around us, it's important to put the lessons learnt this year into perspective. Join us in this very important conversation on some of the lessons 2020 taught us about money.  What has worked for you? What have you learnt?   Head onto our Anchor profile here and drop us a message. We'd love to  hear from you!  Thanks for listening. Stay Inspired.
43:49
December 7, 2020
S3E11 Starting a Business That is Built to Last "Your product is not the star of the show!" Ft. Joe Mutuku
Branding! It's a concept we are all aware of but few can hack!   This week, The 2030 Podcast helps you discover what it takes to build a brand and how important it may be for the future of your business to be able to tap into creating a vibrant, long lasting impression on your potential clients.   Grab a pen and paper as we get meaningful insights from Brand Strategist Joe Mutuku. If you'd like to engage with Joe further, you can find him on instagram @joestrategist  crookedspace If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story head onto our Anchor profile here and drop us a message. We'd love to  hear from you! Thanks for listening. Stay Inspired.
37:20
November 30, 2020
BONUS: Online Communication Etiquette: "Get straight to the point!"
Did you know that shortening your words on an email is considered unprofessional? In this bonus clip, Tim shed's some light on what can make you stand out as a young professional. Listen in to the rest of the episode here. If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story head onto our Anchor profile here and drop us a message. We'd love to  hear from you! Thanks for listening. Stay Inspired. 
03:30
November 16, 2020
S3E10 The Top 10 Skills You Can Learn from Home During this Season
It's business unusual this year and we cannot afford to get out of this season the same way we entered. On this weeks episode it's all about enhance your value by adding to your skillset. Listen in as we discuss ten skills you can learn right from the comfort of your home. Enjoy! If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story head onto our Anchor profile here and drop us a message. We'd love to  hear from you! Thanks for listening. Stay Inspired.
56:28
November 9, 2020
S3E09 Building Your Online Presence "Just Posting Is Not Enough" Ft. Nzalambi Murabu
This year more than ever, the digital world has come alive. New problems have chartered the way for new opportunities and those who position themselves well reap the harvest.  On this episode of the 2030 Podcast, ourselves together with Nzalambi Murabu, the Digital Exec at Citizen TV , discuss how we as young people can better position ourselves in the various avenues available to us. Listen in!  If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story head onto our Anchor profile here and drop us a message. We'd love to  hear from you! Thanks for listening. Stay Inspired.
59:17
November 2, 2020
S3E08 The Top 10 Bingeworthy Docu-series to Watch
We live in the age of information. In the 21st century, competitive edge is established by the breathe of knowledge one posses on a wide variety of issues.  For this episode, The 2030 Podcast seeks to plug some of the most captivating and thrilling documentary-series that have captured audiences around the world! From sports, to investigative pieces and even documentaries on a rare kind of poultry that is raising eyebrows half way across the world; we bring you the Top 10  docu-series/documentary worth watching. If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story head onto our Anchor profile here and drop us a message. We'd love to  hear from you! Thanks for listening. Stay Inspired.
58:41
October 26, 2020
S3E07 Emotional Intelligence for Healthier Relationships ft. Dr. Edith Kamaru Kwoba
On this episode of The 2030 Podcast we talk about a little known, yet very crucial life skill that every young person ought to possess. Human beings by nature are interactive and social beings; but how we get along with others is an integral part of how much we advance in life (whether academically, socially or even professionally). It's often said that you are the sum aggregate of your close interactions! This week, the head of Mental Health at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital teaches us on the importance of 'Emotional Intelligence', how to acquire it and how it could be the difference between successful and failed relationships in ever cadre of your life. If you'd like to get in touch with Dr. Edith, If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story head onto our Anchor profile here and drop us a message. We'd love to  hear from you! Thanks for listening. Stay Inspired.
43:16
October 19, 2020
S3E06 The Top 10 Youtube Channels That Are Worth Watching
In this digital age, it's hard to ignore the impact the internet has brought into our lives; Be it businesses online, funny jokes shared on social media or even e-learning. We can all get something from the World Wide Web.   On this episode, The 2030 Podcast explores one facet of digital media - Youtube. The online media outlet which began more than a decade ago has revolutionized how we learn and interact. We try our best to compile a list of 10 YouTube channels that we feel would be worth your while. Listen in! If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story head onto our Anchor profile here and drop us a message. We'd love to  hear from you! Thanks for listening. Stay Inspired.
47:39
October 12, 2020
S3E05 Making Money Online: Is Forex Trading a Viable Option for the Youth? ft Mathew Kabeere
With the year nearly coming to an end, a global pandemic may have worsened the economic situation of many people. With job cuts, salary reductions, business stagnation and slowed down business opportunities, this episode of the 2030 podcast brings to the fore an investment option heard by many but attempted by few.   We sit down with Mathew Kabeere, a forex trading specialist with FX Pesa  who tells us why trading online is easier than many of us might think it is. If you are interested in learning Forex Trading, SMS  the word 'Join' to 40184 and someone will be in touch with you momentarily.  If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story head onto our Anchor profile here and drop us a message. We'd love to  hear from you! Thanks for listening. Stay Inspired.
40:03
October 5, 2020
S3E04 The Top 10 Podcasts That You Should Listen To
We at 'The 2030 Podcast' appreciate that the world is a puzzle and we are here to fill up each piece to create a beautiful picture and leave earth way better than we found it. On this episode, we have decided to plug some of the most intriguing and impactful platforms in the podcast world whom we feel are making significant impact in making the world a better place either through information, entertainment or both. Listen in to 'The Top 10 Podcasts' we feel you should be listening to (alongside our podcast of course 😉) If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on    https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love to  hear from you!
53:22
September 28, 2020
S3E03 Positioning Yourself for Opportunities: How I Landed My Dream Job with Dr. Chris Kirubi ft. Brian Mwau
On this episode of The 2030 podcast, we meet a young man who exemplifies the meaning of  positioning yourself for opportunities. Ajiry's Lead Developer, Brian Mwau talks to us about battling near-depression after failing to get a job more than a year after graduation and narrates how his life turned around the moment he decided to take matters into his own hands. Find out how this young man changed his fortunes from being a stranger to Dr. Chris Kirubi to becoming one of his most exiting mentees. If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on    https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love to  hear from you!
01:09:37
September 21, 2020
S3E02 Top 10 Books to Get You Through this Season
It's often said that outside of a dog, a book is a man's second best friend.   On this episode, we hope to enhance, cultivate and promote a closer relationship with your second best friend on earth. With working remotely and having more time on our hands due to the pandemic this year, this episode provides insight into gaining information and knowledge which could help you emerge on top after the pandemic finally ends.   The 2030 podcast brings you a list of our Top 10 Books that we'd recommend you read during this period. If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own   story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on    https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love to  hear from you!
58:57
September 14, 2020
S3E01 Working for Exposure: Coffee Anyone? ft. Kenyan Creatives
On the premiere episode of Season 3, The 2030 Podcast grabs the bulls by its horns to tackle the controversial issue of 'work for exposure'; a societal hot-potato that elicited wide spread reaction from our youth in the recent past. In this episode we sit down with key industry players in the creatives sector (videographer, photographer & graphic designers) and pick their minds on just what it means to make it in an otherwise 'unrewarding' sector and whether or not working for pay or exposure outweighed each other. If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own   story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on    https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love to  hear from you!  Featured on this episode: Loitemu Lenaiyasa, Graphic Designer/Visual Artist Instagram @loitemulenaiyasa @ndauocreatives www.behance.net/NDAUO Pharis Maina, Filmmaker/Videographer www.storyboard.co.ke +254726 393 390 David 'SoFresh' Moch, Music Producer Instagram @SoFresh254  +254712 864 157 Tony Jean, Photographer/ENG/EFP Camera Operator  Instagram @Jeanphotography254 @essenceimagesolutions LinkedIn. Facebook, YouTube - Anthony Njenga 
53:60
September 7, 2020
S2E13 #CUOYF Series Pt.2: 'Why I Didn't Actually Want to do Area Code'
It’s a tough season for many, some more than others. Here on The 2030  Podcast, we are encouraging you to be your brother’s keeper by simply  calling up a friend or family this week and seeing how they are doing.  You never know how much a small action like that can go a long way. On this weeks installation of the 'Check Up On Your Friends' series Timothy shares a story on how his popular TV show 'Area Code' wasn't really a part of his plans and the wonderful way it worked out anyway. If  you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own   story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on   https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love  to  hear from you! Stay safe.
18:31
June 8, 2020
S2E12 #CUOYF Series Pt.1: Stranded in Machakos!
It’s a tough season for many, some more than others. Here on The 2030 Podcast, we are encouraging you to be your brother’s keeper by simply calling up a friend or family this week and seeing how they are doing. You never know how much a small action like that can go a long way. On this weeks installation of the 'Check Up On Your Friends' series Josh shares a story of a dramatic day on the job.  If  you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own   story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on   https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love  to  hear from you! Stay safe.
22:52
June 1, 2020
S2E11 The New Normal: The Newly Weds Perspective ft. Collo & Jackie
With life today looking more and more like we'll need to adapt to new ways of living, the question is, what will that mean for us as young people in this new season. Today we explore what that may mean for young couples looking to get married soon. Is a wedding still a viable option with the financial constraints for the day? Can a smaller wedding work in this season? Listen in as we have a conversation with a recently married couple who made that decision and how that impacted their married life today. If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own   story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on    https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love to  hear from you! Stay home, Stay safe.
33:18
May 25, 2020
S2E10 The New Normal: A Medical Perspective ft Dr. Chibanzi Mwachonda
With life looking like it'll have to resume in spite of the Covid-19 Virus not completely eradicated, how safe will it actually be for us? How long before a vaccine emerges? We sought to answer these and more questions as we got on a call with Dr. Chibanzi Mwachonda  the Acting Secretary General of KMPDU (Kenya Medical Practitioners, Pharmacists & Dentists Union) on this weeks episode of the 2030 Podcast. Listen in. If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own    story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on     https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love  to  hear from you! Stay safe.
29:50
May 18, 2020
S2E9 Life on Lockdown: Coping Financially (Instagram Live Session) ft Ken Gichinga
As  we practice social distancing, we went live on Instagram with financial expert Ken Gichinga of Mentoria Economics, to get answers to some of your questions on  how best we can manage our finances during this pandemic.  Listen in.   Mentoria Economics is founded on the objective of harnessing the  collective wisdom of industry experts across all the sectors of the  economy and leveraging it to develop successful business strategies. For more information follow @mentoriaeconomics on Instagram, @MentoriaEcon on Twitter or on their website www.mentoria.co.ke If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own  story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on   https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love to hear from you! Stay home, Stay safe. 
40:26
April 13, 2020
S2E8 Life on Lockdown: Time to Build Value (Instagram Live Session) ft Ken Orwa
As we practice social, we went live on Instagram to ask some friends how they're adjusting to life with all the happenings in this tumultuous season. Enjoy this snippet and be on the lookout for our next live session. Misinformation is spreading just as fast as the COVID-19 virus. Stay  above the fear by getting your information from the right sources to  protect yourself and your family. For more information, check the WHO website https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019 If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own  story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on  https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love to  hear from you! Stay inspired.
18:12
March 30, 2020
14 Min. Quarantine: Setting Standards (Recap)
Misinformation is spreading just as fast as the COVID-19 virus. Stay above the fear by getting your information from the right sources to protect yourself and your family.   For more information, check the WHO website https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019 Take a load off all the bad news and enjoy this special 14 min recap of S1E6 episode 'Setting Standards'. Link to full episode: https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast/episodes/S1E7-Setting-Standards-e5a5q4
13:59
March 23, 2020
S2E7 Surviving Kenya Pt.3: What's the value of education today? Ft. J.Mwachofi
On #SurvivingKenya this week, #The2030Podcast discusses the controversy surrounding Kenya's 8-4-4 system of education. Is it viable in the 21st century? Are we channing out incompetent graduates? Who better to join us for this discussion than an Economics graduate doing animation and caricature for a living! Listen in. If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love to hear from you! Stay inspired.
44:22
March 16, 2020
S2E6 Surviving Kenya Pt.2: Unemployment Debacle "Your gift will MAKE room for you."
On the second installment of our running series  #SurvivingKenya, we debunk the challenges of unemployment among the youth in Kenya and offer up afew practical ways many can navigate the chartered waters under the available circumstances. If you want to find out how best YOU can change the story then this is the episode you've been waiting for. If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love to hear from you! Stay inspired.
37:06
March 9, 2020
S2E5 Surviving Kenya Pt.1: Unemployment Debacle 'We can't keep feeding the greed culture.'
With more than 2.7 million youth actively looking for work and just 6% of the entire country's working-age population involved in formal employment, we delve deeper into the all important issue of unemployment rates in the country. The Kenya Economic survey projects that in 2019 there were 100,000 less job created compared to 2018. How does the Kenyan youth adapt amid the growing concern? Find out on today's episode "Surviving Kenya - Unemployment Debacle" If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love to hear from you! Stay inspired.
39:11
March 2, 2020
S2E4 Red Flags Pt.4 : The End of an Error Feat. Janet and Sam
On the final part of our month-long series #RedFlags we discuss the KEY things we all need to consider whenever we notice issues arising in our relationships and find out why many of us often miss out on a chance to nip the issues in the bud early enough. If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love to hear from you! Stay inspired.
50:31
February 24, 2020
S2E3 Red Flags Pt.3: "He was always on his phone." Feat. Janet
Can your partner have a best friend from the opposite sex with NO strings attached? On today's episode of The 2030 Podcast, we find out how to navigate the tricky balance of friendship and flirting and how that can cost you your relationship if not properly addressed. If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love to hear from you! Stay inspired.
30:27
February 17, 2020
S2E2 Red Flags Pt.2: "I was hanging on to something that wasn’t there." Feat Joseph W.
On the 2nd of the 4-part series touching on Red Flags in relationships, we discuss the importance of placing all the cards on the table from the onset of a relationship as our guest this week highlights the bitter cost it was for failing to do so. Listen in on this all important conversation. If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love to hear from you! Stay inspired.
32:49
February 10, 2020
SE2E1 Red Flags Pt.1: He ghosted me for 16 years! Feat. S. Mwende
Out of all the human emotions love is by far the most powerful of them all. Much has been said about it and many stories borne out of it (yourself included), but what happens when this powerful emotion seemingly 'blinds' a person from seeing some of the most obvious, sometimes subtle and other times dangerous signals of a relationship heading for trouble? In this introduction to this series called 'Red Flags', we called up our friend Mwende, who shared with us her a great example of such situation and what became of it-a real ghost story! If you'd like to send us your feedback, suggestions or share your own story. Kindly log onto our Anchor profile on https://anchor.fm/the-2030-podcast and drop us a message. We'd love to hear from you! Stay inspired.
41:36
February 3, 2020
S1E12 Money Matters Pt.4: Enhancing Revenue Streams ft. Ken Gichinga
On the final episode of the mini-series "Financial Management", Economist Ken Gichinga enlightens you on how to develop enough muscle to open your own business or have your profitable side hustle while in formal employment. Learn how to be patient, adopt the right attitude and decipher the right places to advance your revenue streams in order to earn an extra coin as a young person.
24:58
October 14, 2019
S1E11 Money Matters Pt.3: Savings & Investments ft. Ken Gichinga
"The best investment is what will unlock your maximum potential and get you close to the opportunity that you are looking for." It's words shared by Financial Advisor Ken Gichinga who talks to us this week on the best practices for Savings and Investment. Listen in for sound financial advise which can help you make the most of the money that comes your way.
26:16
October 7, 2019
S1E10 Money Matters Pt.2: Bills and Budgets ft. Ken Gichinga
Money Matters can sometimes be stressful and confusing; but as you are about to find out, it doesn't have to be that way. On this episode of The 2030 Podcast, Financial Management advisor Ken Gichinga gives you the best tit bits on how to budget your funds better and make the most of the income that comes your way. Grab a pen and paper, you might need it.
24:28
September 30, 2019
S1E9 Money Matters Pt.1
This week, 'The 2030 Podcast' tackles the issue of financial management among the youth. How well do you plan for your money? How much is too much and where do you strike a balance between savings and investment? Listen in to get meaningful insights on this important topic in a first of a series on financial management that you won't want to miss.
24:58
September 23, 2019
S1E8 Setting Standards Pt.2
Crafting a meaningful chapter in your life calls for some level of discipline and a huge urge to keep true to yourself. On the second part on the topic of 'Setting Standards', we share insights on the best way to handle relationships and careers development through purposefully establishing guidelines that work for you and enhance your growth and development.
17:35
September 16, 2019
S1E7 Setting Standards
In a world where opinions are varied, controversial and sometimes even extreme, today's episode attempts to help you silence the noise and decipher how to keep yourself grounded and truly live the best version of yourself. Have you been struggling with trying to make the right and best decisions for yourself? Turn up the volume and listen to this week's episode on 'Setting Standards'
25:11
September 9, 2019
S1E6 Expectations Vs Reality
Growing up, we all have big dreams and many expectations in our lives. Some expectations were pegged on us by society others  stem from within based on our own perceptions and experiences. But what happens when life doesn’t meet our expectations? What happens when expectations turn to delays? This week on the 2030 podcast we tackle this issue. Listen in — stay inspired. 
30:52
September 2, 2019
S1E5 Social Media Craze Pt. 2
On the second part of "Social Media Craze" we discuss the negative effects of social media and how you can use the platform to spread a little light. 
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August 26, 2019
S1E4 Social Media Craze Pt.1
Social Media! It's the 21st century visitor who everyone wants to be part and parcel of their life! Kenya has an estimated 43.3 million internet users, 78% of who are in one form of social media platform or another. But how really can we use social media for good and make meaningful impact? On this first part of a two-part series on 'Social Media Craze' we discuss how the average 3 hours young people spend on social media a day can be used for good and meaningful impact. 
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August 19, 2019
S1E3 Akisa Wandera: A Lesson in Resilience
She's began her career while reading news at a small community-based radio station operating within her school campus before she made it big into the country's national prime time slot. But KTN News anchor Akisa Wandera's pathway to success was not always as straight forward. In this episode of 'The 2030 Podcast', she tells us of a 'defiant' decision she made that almost put her into crosshairs with her own parents; A decision which portrayed a grit resilience which she carries with her to this day.
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August 12, 2019
S1E2 Adulting
On this episode of The 2030 Podcast, we delve into the murky waters of growing up and the challenges and prospects that come with it. How easy is it to transition from being a dependent (of your parent or guardian) to becoming independent? Let's find out on this week's interesting topic of 'Adulting'.
38:58
August 5, 2019
S1E1 Just Do It
On the premier episode of The 2030 Podcast we focus on encouraging the  youth to take that leap of faith and explore their full potential even  if sometimes it means going into unchartered waters. Are you seeking  formal employment? Do you want to start your own business? Are you just  from school wondering what to do next with your life? This episode will  hopefully guide you on how to 'Just Do It'
35:45
July 29, 2019
Welcome to the 2030 Podcast
Welcome! Find out what we hope to achieve with every episode of the 2030 podcast. 
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July 27, 2019