In this episode I sit down with Ed Rosser, founder and creator of OXCUK clothing company. He speaks on his journey and where he he sees himself in the future. Only 21yrs old he sees the importance of bringing creatives together and networking. Also the founder of B4NXT.
It is important to make changes in our lives now so that our children don't suffer. Mental health has been a serious issue in recent years so i sat down with Nutritionist Egzona Mak to discuss the problems of depression, obesity etc and the well being of our childrens future. Egzona shares personal stories that defined her career path and how she overcame depression and obesity as a teenager.
Sacrifice is a word not used often these days. One might need to sacrifice at times to overcome challenges. You will hear the story of how I started my Pharmacy business, therefore it was only right that i was joined in this episode with the professionals i started it with. A lot of funny stories and determination to make it work.
Amanda Drye, A senior lecturer and programme lead for non-medical prescribing for Anglia Ruskin University. Amanda is a specialist in the area of Public Health Nursing (Health Visiting) with a particular interest in Family Violence and improving access to healthcare advice and medicines. Furthermore she works closely alongside student practice teachers studying within the Post graduate Medical education programme.
I visited the British Pakistan Foundation in London to meet up with Asif Rangoonwala. He was kind enough to share decades of experience, his feelings that there is no youth in middle management in Pakistan. It was exactly what i needed to hear the day before my trip to Pakistan. It was a honour to know that someone besides myself can see a positive future change in our youth.
Asif is an entrepreneur who founded and eventually sold Eurobuns that supplies baked goods to fast food chains,...
This month i am taking a trip to Pakistan. I speak on my mission of bridging the gap between Pakistan and Britian, helping the inspiring youth of Pakistan and my plan to help young people over there to monetize thier businesses. This is just the begining of my plan and the start of my long desired dream.
On our fourth episode was joined by the CEO of the British Pakistan Foundation, business woman, role model and mother Zahra Shah. Her mission is to provide a platform for community building and to show her natives that when a community starts to work together it can change just about everything. In this episode Zahra Shah expresses the importance of mentorship and speaks on the impactful mentors that inspired her.
Taha & myself discuss how important investing in yourself can be. He expresses how simply making life altering decisions is an act of self investment. His story is fascinating and inspirational. You will hear stories of friendships, self determination and the instrumental building blocks towards his success and his openness for change.
Collaboration is an important tool in every type of work. Relationships can define your character and at times can be the positive yang to your ying. Mark Lloyd shares personal adaptations of his life, and an early on realisation that he wouldn't be able to do it all on his own. He also drops an exclusive on the show on a new hot property deal that you don't want to miss.
In this opening episode of the show I sit down with Ebonn Charles, the producer of the podcast. We discuss my plan for the podcast and the importance of everyones individual journey. Early lessons can transform how we see ourselves in this world dramatically. It is important to share with you my life and my journey so far, and my plans to help people monetize their skills in The Oxford Creative Hub.