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Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck

8/12/2019
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Mindsets and perceptions are what distinguish top performers from the rest of the pack. Carol Dweck does an awesome job detailing a fixed mindset vs. a growth mindset. In this show, we dive deep and detail how this book has impacted our lives and how it can impact yours too!

Duration:00:25:00

The Ways of the Superior Man by David Deida

5/21/2019
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The Way of the Superior Man discusses ways in which men can increase vulnerability, understanding, and grow towards purpose driven life. Brian and Nsima breakdown the book into actionable items and relay how they are using these ideas in their own lives.

Duration:00:37:23

The Secret to Finding Your Voice with Emmy Award-Winning Journalist, Rachel Scott

4/22/2019
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In this episode, Nsima and Brian speak to Emmy Award-winning journalist Rachel Scott. Rachel delves into the intricate aspects of working in journalism along with sharing concrete ideas for college students to find their voice and head towards purpose. Rachel is currently covering the 2020 election and the White House for ABC News. You can find her her on Instagram @Itsrachelscott and Twitter @rachelvscott.

Duration:01:03:09

Stumbling on Happiness by Dan Gilbert

4/8/2019
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Have you ever wondered about the complexities of the brain and how it defines happiness? Do you enjoy thinking about how social media, our false interpretations of reality, and our calling in life affect our happiness? Then this is the show (and book) for you!

Duration:00:56:00

How to Work Smarter in a Distracted World with Productivity Coach Denis Asamoah

3/4/2019
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Do you find yourself being easily distracted? Need practical ways to increase your productivity at work, school or otherwise? Tune into our episode with Productivity Coach Denis Asamoah who walks us through ways to work smarter within a distracted world.

Duration:00:53:22

From Professional Soccer to Financial Advisor: Interview with Founder of A Frugal Athlete, Amobi Okugo

2/18/2019
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Amobi Okugo is a Professional Major League Soccer Player, investor, and the Founder of A Frugal Athlete, a financial literacy company. A Frugal Athlete provides an insider's look into the personal financial playbook of professional athletes and in this episode we get some first hand advice from Amobi himself. As featured on Forbes, MarketWatch, and The Undefeated, A Frugal Athlete highlights the prudent financial decision-making of athletes across sports, and provides a resource to athletes...

Duration:00:42:12

The Hiatus Episode: Why Rest Periods are so Important

2/11/2019
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WDKY is back and better than ever! Brian and Nsima discuss the reasons behind the long pause between seasons, the necessity to recharge (especially walking into a new year), and what to check for in this new season.

Duration:00:34:36

Listeners Choice Q&A

10/1/2018
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In this episode we answer the top 3 questions from the listeners! Down below are the timestamps of each question in the episode! 0:59 - How do you deal with time management in general, and not give up on things that you want to do? 8:38 - How do you approach relationships with your significant other when they want a lot of your time, but you also have a lot of work to do? 24:00 - If you’re in a relationship where you both were driven to stay and remain fit in the beginning but somewhere...

Duration:00:45:49

The Art of War by Sun Tzu

9/30/2018
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Things to Consider 5 Dangerous Faults of a General Recklessness - leads to destruction Cowardice - leads to capture Hasty temper - provoked by insults Delicacy of honor - which is sensitive to shame Over solicitude for his men - which exposes him to worry and trouble Know yourself, know thy enemy Exploit enemy weaknesses, avoid his strengths If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every...

Duration:00:29:20

International Business with Danielle Ciribassi

8/31/2018
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2:01 What do you do, what is Ex-Pat Africa 360, and what past experiences led you towards international development and entrepreneurship? 12:15 What can the private sector do to help further transformative change within the Global South 22:05 How are you leveraging various pools of money to keep yourself and your business afloat 26:50 Do you still receive any cultural pushback or barriers from individuals in Africa even after working in various countries for so long 31:40 Please describe...

Duration:01:01:06

Self Authoring Part 2, Analyzing Your Current Personality

8/24/2018
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Note If you haven’t listened to Self Authoring Pt. 1 (Season 1 Episode 4) yet, please go back and listen to that episode first. There are two Present Authoring exercises. These are the Present Authoring - Faults exercise and the Present Authoring - Virtues exercise. These exercises have been designed to allow you to do an in-depth analysis of the negative and positive elements of your personality, that is, your faults and your virtues, respectively. The present authoring is reminiscent...

Duration:00:36:22

Exploring Deep Work by Cal Newport

8/17/2018
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Brian and Nsima dive into Deep Work by Cal Newport to understand techniques to perform professional activities with a sense of distraction free concentration and get better results. Two necessary skills in today’s knowledge economy, the ability to quickly master hard things, the ability to produce at an elite level, in terms of quality and speed. Biggest takeaway? Set wildly important goals and track your progress towards achievement. Definitions Deep work hypothesis - the ability to...

Duration:00:44:36

Exploring The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking

8/3/2018
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Nsima and Brian discuss Ted Talks: The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking and explore ways to better engage any audience. It is essential that you understand your audience and the people you will be speaking to before setting up your speech or presentation. Disarm yourself and show your vulnerability to really connect with your audience. Idea 1 - Make a throughline A Throughline, which is "a connecting theme that ties together each narrative element. Every talk should have one." You...

Duration:00:49:15

Cultivate Community (Minisode)

7/24/2018
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“You are the amalgamation of the people you spend the most time with - be cautious of who you let into your life.” “We have the responsibility (to ourselves) to discern which relationships to continue and which to abandon.” “Relationships do not have to be transactional.” How can you create community and add value to all the people in your life in a very immaterial way? Become a convener. Connect the dots by introducing individuals within your network to one another. Cultivating...

Duration:00:12:15

The Inevitability of Failure (Minisode)

7/13/2018
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Nsima speaks about his experience at the IBJJF Worlds Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournament. He lost. Failure is extremely important. Many high performance individuals say that some of their greatest failures have led them to their greatest successes. Change the way you look at failure, it happens. If used correctly, it can and will lead to future success. Michael Jordan locked himself in his room and cried after being cut from the high school basketball team. Oprah Winfrey was demoted from her...

Duration:00:08:20

Self Authoring Pt. 1 Planning The Future

7/6/2018
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We both found extreme benefit by going through the first part of the program and in this episode the usefulness of the program will be explored in depth. For more information about the program, and to check it out for yourself, go to www.selfauthoring.com. The program was made by Jordan B Peterson and a group of clinical and research psychologists who believe that writing exercises such as those presented on the Self Authoring Suite can help people confront their past, understand and...

Duration:00:48:43

Strategies for Mental Wellness with Phillip Roundtree

6/29/2018
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Phillip J. Roundtree, CEO of Quadefy LLC, has been practicing professionally in the areas of Behavioral Health and Child Welfare since 2005. During his professional career he’s recognized society’s lack of emphasis placed on mental health and emotional awareness, which has resulted in him evolving into a staunch champion of awareness among various communities and as an advocate for the marginalized and oft underrepresented. Phillips Podcast #YouGoodMan? Phil’s Article on XXXTentacion:...

Duration:01:11:13

To School or Not to School Part 2

6/22/2018
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Nsima speaks about using his time in college to figure out what he wanted in life. After interviewing doctors during his pre-med years, he quickly realized that he needed to figure something else out. Sometimes in life you’ve got to take a leap, but it’s necessary to have a plan. Note: Both Nsima and Brian are strong proponents of higher education and lifelong learning. It is advised many times in this episode that it’s a good idea to have a concrete plan before you LEAVE school and more...

Duration:00:46:08

To School or Not to School Part 1

6/15/2018
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Brian discusses his reasons for pursuing higher education. Does your career necessitate a bachelors, masters or doctorate degree? Debt is a big point of contention for many millennials going to college today. Protect your GPA by all means necessary! FAFSA is your best friend. Know what you are in school for. Make a plan and execute. Take advantage of leadership roles in campus life, internships, and mentoring. But don’t miss the opportunity to relax, explore different areas of yourself,...

Duration:00:43:10

Trailer: We Don't Know Yet

5/27/2018
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Nsima Inyang and Brian Bulaya kick off Episode 1 of WDKY describing who they are, why they are doing this podcast, and what to expect moving forward.

Duration:00:25:27