Lessons Learned with Komal is a place to explore life's greatest lessons. The ones we've learned, and those we are still in the process of learning. Episodes are a mix of interviews and personal reflections from Komal. Lessons Learned is a space for you to chew on life's lessons, big and small, and hear from the people we admire most in the world.
Grounding In Identity And Reclaiming Wellness Spaces with @TejalYoga, Host of the "Yoga Is Dead" Podcast: Lesson 54
Join Komal and Tejal Patel aka@TejalYoga and host of the “Yoga Is Dead” podcast this week for a chat about reclaiming wellness spaces, embodying our identities, and fighting for social justice.
Stepping Into Your Truth And Tuning Into Your Inner Guidance with Cassandra Lam, Co-Founder of Cosmos: Lesson 53
This week, Komal interviews Cassandra Lam, Co-Founder of Cosmos, a community and space for Asian womxn to care for themselves, their community, and their world. Tune in to hear them talk about how you can begin to reconnect to your identity, inner guidance system, and spirituality.
Leaning Into Possibility with Eddie Ndopu: Lesson 52
Join Komal for a powerful conversation with Eddie Ndopu, an award-winning activist, humanitarian, public intellectual, and global advocate appointed by the Secretary-General of the United Nations for the Sustainable Development Goals. They discuss what it means to live a phenomenal life, to lean into possibility and potential, and to stand tall as we enter rooms and spaces that formerly excluded those of our identities.
How Having Financial Literacy Can Change Your Life with Tori Dunlap @HerFirst100k: Lesson 51
In this episode, I interview money expert and founder of @HerFirst100K community Tori Dunlap. We talk about building confidence with money, getting out of the ‘scarcity’ mindset, past the shame and judgment that we place on ourselves when it comes to finances, and tell you the ways that financial literacy can change your life.
Learning To Advocate For Ourselves with Sarah Nicole Landry @thebirdspapaya: Lesson 50
In this episode, Sarah Nicole Landry @thebirdspapaya tells us about the changes she has noticed in herself since her last pregnancy as she prepares to deliver a new baby within the next few months. We have an incredibly deep and heartwarming conversation about what it means to advocate for yourself and ask for help when you need it, and how she has learned to become an advocate for herself, her body, and her boundaries through her lived experience and her pregnancy in the past few months.
Finding Meaning In A Time of Collective Change: Lesson 49
It’s Sunday, after the US Presidential election, and Kamala Harris is the Vice President-Elect of the United States. A South Asian, Black woman is set to become the Vice President of the United States of America. In this week’s episode, I reflect on everything that is in my heart when it comes to the change that’s happened. What the last 4 years have been like in my life, and why it’s important that we make meaning of the changes that are happening and to take a second to enjoy this moment.
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