We've all been there, you're talking to someone or a group of people, someone mentions a topic and we all decide to throw our opinions and ideas over that topic... The Relatable Sauce talks all things relatable! from new trends, age old questions, conspiracy theories, relationships, motivational topics, religion & politics, hobbies/interests and MANY MORE!
Tupac Amaru Shakur, also known as 2Pac, Makaveli, or Pac was an iconic American Rapper, Actor, and Social Activist. Shakur’s image as a Thug, and his Thug-Life persona, appealed to fans across the nation and around the world. He is one of the best selling music artists worldwide, and considered as one of the best and the most influential Rap Artist ever. Tupacs sits down with The Relatable Sauce and talks about his life.
The Mandela Effect is a phenomenon that makes us question even the most mundane memories from the past. In June 2019, the famed New York Times crossword puzzle made it the theme, and defined it as, "a recent refinement of false memory that typically refers to pop culture or current event references. But what if it goes deeper than that?
This almost doesn't even feel like reality? Lockdowns, social distancing, economies dropping and a recession on the horizon. A phenomenon that has made everyone give their full attention to has changed the course of 2020 forever! Are our behaviours justified? are we doing everything we can to minimise the issue? is history repeating itself? Conspiracy Theories? Let's save our world
With few exceptions, human beings want to be emotionally and physically close to each other. Life seems better shared. And yet no area of human endeavor seems more fraught with challenges and difficulties than our relationships with others. Relationships, like most things in life worth having, require effort... but when they become toxic... true characters are shown.
The cradle of civilisation, the world's greatest army... The Assyrians are a people of pride, ruthlessness and determination to win, no matter what the cost is. But who really were they, if they are so important to today's modern world why aren't they mentioned in our history books?
If there are two starving artists and both of them are extremely talented, but one of them is friends with a king, who is likely to do well? It doesn't matter which one of them knows how to paint better, the one who is friends with the king will have an easier time selling his art. but is it worth it?
Manson’s name is virtually synonymous with mass murder, so for people who are only vaguely aware of his story it often comes as a surprise to learn that he never killed anyone. In the late nineteen-sixties, he was the leader of a cult called the Manson Family—the trial ushered in the wide use of the term “cult,” to note one example of Manson’s broad influence. In this podcast, we will dive into the power of influence and how dangerous it can be! nOItAVyTuU4M6YEL6O1p
Social Media is a big impact on our society, although it can be very damaging. Three billion people, around 40% of the world's population, use any type of social media. And the majority of them spend an average of at least 2 hours every day, using these social media platforms.
With social media being such a big part of society today, it also comes with many disadvantages. Research shows that the impact of social media can cause many mental health issues, that could even lead to higher issues. Can you cleanse yourself from social media?
Humans are pattern seekers. It’s how we’ve always made sense of the world: Our ancestors wouldn’t have survived if they hadn’t realised that plants tend to flourish after rainfall or that sabertooth tigers tended to eat them. But sometimes we’re just a little too good at finding meaning in the noise, occasionally unable to separate real patterns from those of our own imagining. Today we question certain events that occurred on their authenticity or if the secrecy is a plot for world domination ..
Have you seen The Joker? This film intrigued me and inspired me to do this topic. I’ve been through moments of depression and really low-points, so I watched it from the perspective of a student of mental health.
My favourite quote from the film was, “The worst part about having a mental illness is that people expect you to behave as if you don’t.” Have you ever felt this? In this episode, I want to help break the stigma of mental health and give you an understanding of it, just as much as i did.
Find out how a University dropout, turned aspiring business owner and a homeschooled business owner talk the fundamentals of University and if its really worth going that extra mile to enrol and complete. Many speak on killing creativity and many refer to the importance of a degree in the workforce..
My family & I were forced to flee Iraq in 2001 due to the invasion of the United States. From the struggling journey to the unlikely of heroes that saved our life, this is a story of how a man was so determined to find peace and start a new life for his family that he was willing to die for it.
The amount of times we go through the new Year with set goals and resolutions and always end up failing them is staggering? My goal with this podcast is to introduce you all to a completely unique and different goal setting framework that i'll bet my left lung you've never heard off! Why preach the same resolutions when you know they don't end up working out? The new decade needs a new approach and these are the tools needed to win the year!
Ever wonder why your parents and grandparents could never be apart of your generation? Or at times you could either follow or steer away from theirs? Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials and Gen Z all are different in their own patterns but with each timeline falling through results to reasons on why these differences needed to happen to each generation and how it impacts us today.
Have we declined or progressed with the technology that we have at our hands? or the technology of the future? Do you feel you have more freedom or are you more trapped with your smartphone? In this podcast, I dive into the evergrowing question - Is Technology helping or hindering our performance?