The host, Rodney Omeokachie, curates ideas, stories, and conversations that explore the creative mindset that separate high-quality individuals from everyone else. It challenges both the host and listeners to explore new ways of thinking about their personal development aspirations and the ways they wish to impact the world. The best version of ourselves is only a mindset away and Rodney delivers the message in his unique style. Deep thoughts, big questions with an unexpected dose of pop culture, history and, dopeness. It is a podcast for gods.
This episode is especially special because I share it with my baby sister who has always wanted to come on the show. We talked about the new Spider-man movie, moving to a new school, and i gave her some big brother advice.
My next guest just made the Forbes List and I was thrilled to pick his brain on what he must feel like to be recognized. He opened up completely about his journey, his mindset, and his plans for the future. This is also the final episode of season one.
Mitun Dada is an engineer and owner of a health and fitness lifestyle brand but her scope isn't about just physical fitness but about the mental as well. She also shares her thoughts on Motherhood and what drives her to be the best version of herself despite her life challenges. She is well-spoken, funny and thoughtful.
Ogwa Iweze is a fashion entrepreneur based in Abuja, Nigeria and she joins me on this episode to talk about her mission of self-discovery, her life goals and the business side of things. We talked about making our first millions, evolving our worldviews, and our ideals in our personal and professional lives. Ogwa really opens up in a way that allows us to find common ground.
I trended nationwide on the 30th June, 2019 after a Twitter thread of mine went viral. The thread detailed my infiltration of a megachurch (COZA) whose senior pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo, was accused of rape by Busola Dakolo, the wife of musician, Timi Dakolo. I know, sounds like something out of a Hollywood movie.
In this episode, I give a little more context to the events that transpired on that fateful day -- the protests, the Coza experience, how it felt to be Twitter-famous and the need to support our women during these pivotal moments in our country's history.
The events of that day, earned me name, Undercoza Brother, in reference to the fact that I was undercover in Coza.
In this episode, i am joined by Abuja-based singer/songwriter, Jarell Ebuka. We talked about his musical influences and aspirations, believing the hype, and our love for books by author, Robert Greene.
I had a conversation with Lotanna Igwe, aka Sugabelly. She is an illustrator, writer, and iOs engineer. She is also the founder of Sexy Igbo. A platform that teaches you how to speak the igbo language. We talked about her Sexy Igbo project, Her struggles with internet trolls and how she dealt with the negative attention, and the pressures of having a large online following (20k followers on Twitter). During our conversation, she challenged traditional ideas on religion, being a victim and the value of suffering. Riveting stuff!
In this episode, I talk about what living my best life means to me. That phrase means different things to different people so I thought I'd share how i relate to it. Also featured in the second segment, is a voice message I received from a young god listener, Comfort Umoh. She wanted me to talk about the "over-celebration of individualism". Listen to hear my response.
On this episode, I'm joined by Jake Effoduh, a human rights lawyer with quick wits and a high level of self-awareness. We discussed all kinds of issues ranging from Nigeria's wack police force to the awesomeness of Beyonce.
I'm celebrating my 28th birthday so this episode is all about you getting to know me! For the first time, I share the story behind my "young god" moniker. I talk about what being a god means to me and how it has helped me be a better person. I also let you in on the people I look down on and finally there's a very special interview with the legendary Larry King!!! WHAAT!
Inspired by Lil Wayne, I talk about the immense power that comes from staying within oneself in a world that is full of competition and comparison. Today's guest is my friend Genee Chaka, host of 'Genie out the Bottle' podcast. She shares her two cents on the topic in a conversation we had.
-Get creative about pricing
-Why "Know your worth" is bad advice when it comes to pricing.
-How to respond when your clients accuse you of being too expensive.
-Why your friends don't support your hustle
In this episode i'll be talking about:
- Why I'm not voting in the 2019 Elections
- Other ways to creatively contribute to the cause that have nothing to do with politics
- The Mental Revolution that is necessary to move the nation forward
The Creative Habit is back and it's better.
- Not everyone is creative
- The difference between 'a creative' and a creative individual.
- Creative people need to be creative or they die.
- Special Guest: Aisha Augie
In the final episode of the first season, I dive deep into my 3 week trip to Nairobi. I share some of my favorite things about the city as well as the things that were lacking. Everything from the food, the weather, even the nightlife is touched upon but the highlight of this episode is my thoughts on the social dynamics between Kenyan woman and Kenyan men, specifically Nairobi. I 'creatively' unpack the gender issues we face in our daily lives using the Kenyan society as a backdrop, exploring feminism, patriarchy and everything in between. I also explore the differences between how Kenyan women and Nigerian woman, handle the suffering they've endured in their respective societies.
The episode is rapped with an intimate conversation between myself and Kenyan interior designer, Makena Obura.
In this episode, I've picked a few relatable stories from my creative career and how they affected me: the first time I almost quit, the time I was penalized for not having enough followers and my first face-to-face encounter with Nat Geo. These stories shed a light in the cut-throat nature of the industry.
I am joined in this very special episode by my cousin, Jennifer, who paid me a visit from another state 6 hours away. In our discussion she gave me a glimpse of how of life back home -- stories that touched me. She opened my eyes to experiences I am far removed from even though I live in the same country.
People want to be more creative. They want to be able to express their most complex feelings with relative ease. In this episode, I share some ideas I learned from Leonardo da Vinci. Stay Curious, my friends.
In this episode, I am joined by Karim Daniel recording from Paris. He is a filmmaker and editor from Haiti but based in Paris. We talk about our the similarities, differences, and challenges in our work while also sharing some childhood stories. This is a long one so grab a coffee and enjoy!