51 episodes

The podcast is based on the belief that; we give ourselves better odds of winning, when we approach life as a series of projects 'about you'. Join Jamal Abdallah, Rophus Mwacharo, Juma Nasoro and weekly special guests as we teach 'us' how to fail better, beat resistance and enjoy the benefits that come from compliting a dream project; about you.

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The podcast is based on the belief that; we give ourselves better odds of winning, when we approach life as a series of projects 'about you'. Join Jamal Abdallah, Rophus Mwacharo, Juma Nasoro and weekly special guests as we teach 'us' how to fail better, beat resistance and enjoy the benefits that come from compliting a dream project; about you.

    #52 How to develop deeper trust with yourself while approaching 30

    #52 How to develop deeper trust with yourself while approaching 30

    The primary obstacles stopping you from being and living how you want are:
    The lack of trust you have from yourself and others; and your emotional intelligence — specifically, your ability to understand and manage your emotions, what psychologists call emotional regulation. Until you can be trusted, first by yourself, and then by others, you’ll never be who you want to be. You’ll always be living a lie. Inside, you’ll never feel clarity, congruence, or conviction. Said Mahatma Gandhi, “To believe in something, and not to live it, is dishonest.” If you don’t have both character and competency, trust will be low. For example, you may have all the right skills, but lack integrity. Or, you may have high integrity, but lack the needed skills for a specific task.
    This is why confidence must be earned. A price must be paid to have confidence in yourself and others. The price is trust.

    • 56 min
    #51 How to align your values - Relationship theory

    #51 How to align your values - Relationship theory

    What’s most important to you? Your core values determine how you answer this question. Our core values highlight what we stand for. Core values guide our behaviors, decisions, and action. JayBlack shares that when you know what you value, you can live in accord with those values which leads to greater fulfillment. Shalapamba on this one shared that he had to take a tough path to make changes in his life and explore new values that he lives by. Hamza on the other end, explores his dream-dad-situation, even as an artist, raising kids in future!

    • 45 min
    #49 Abortion: Sabina Sabili

    #49 Abortion: Sabina Sabili

    We talk about right to life vs right of choice as we underline, assumptions and stigma on abortion at the Kenyan Coast.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    #48 Giving a f**k, less : Abdulmajid Aman

    #48 Giving a f**k, less : Abdulmajid Aman

    On this episode, we explore why life gets better when you stop giving a f**k. Sometimes, giving too much of a f**k can put your happiness in danger. And I’m not just speaking from observation, but from experience. We explore afew things once one stops giving a f**k: You’ll Care Less About The Critics, You’ll Become More Self Confident, You’ll Think Independently.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    #47 The Power of Habit: Ali Shalapamba, Hamz, Rophus & JayBlack

    #47 The Power of Habit: Ali Shalapamba, Hamz, Rophus & JayBlack

    We discuss the keys to success in life which is instilling good habits. We start the conversation by an electric performance by Hamza and then Jamal shades the reasons why he says humans are creatures of habit. JayBlack inscribes why, you may like to think that your daily actions result from deliberation and willpower. But mostly they are the products of your unconscious habits. Not all habits are good habits as we see from what Ali Shalapamba’s ‘situation’– where he states that you may probably feel trapped by your bad habits at times. On this episode, Rophus also shares how you can re-wire your mind to appreciate and seek out the new routine.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    #46 Are there no men to marry in Mombasa? : Reel With Nusrat

    #46 Are there no men to marry in Mombasa? : Reel With Nusrat

    Too many men are simply economically unattractive. Marriage is still based on love, but it also is fundamentally an economic transaction. Many young men today have little to bring to the marriage bargain, especially as young women's educational levels on average now exceed their male suitors.

    • 1 hr 40 min

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