113 episodes

Breaking stereotypes, building legacies, and helping others along the way. 30 to Life is for 30 somethings trying to make it in America. Tune in every Friday with Muki and Brown as they have stimulating conversations with a hint of comedy about everyday millennial life, wealth, health, and everything else. 30 to Life is more than a podcast, it is an experience.

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30 to Life - Redefining the Black Experience 30 to Life Podcast

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Breaking stereotypes, building legacies, and helping others along the way. 30 to Life is for 30 somethings trying to make it in America. Tune in every Friday with Muki and Brown as they have stimulating conversations with a hint of comedy about everyday millennial life, wealth, health, and everything else. 30 to Life is more than a podcast, it is an experience.

Follow us on Instagram @30tolifepod Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/30tolifepod/support

    112: Barbershop Talk - Lessons Fathers Should Teach Daughters About Dating

    112: Barbershop Talk - Lessons Fathers Should Teach Daughters About Dating

    In this episode, the guys quickly chat about what they been up to lately. Later they discuss lessons that fathers should teach daughters about dating.

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    • 45 min
    111: From the NFL to Author: Redefining What Being An Athlete Means

    111: From the NFL to Author: Redefining What Being An Athlete Means

    In this episode the guys chat with Nebraska-born NFL professional, Brandin Bryant, to discuss the adversity he had to overcome and his journey into the NFL. later we discuss his new children’s book and what inspired to write it. Tune in!

    Purchase So, You want to be an Athlete? Here: https://linktr.ee/brandinsbooks

    More about Brandin: He is a Nebraska-born NFL professional and mental performance enthusiast, shares his wisdom and experience in his debut book. With an 8-year career in professional football and a belief in the power of a growth mindset, Brandin champions the integral role of education in an athlete's journey. He frequently addresses university audiences across the nation, inspiring the next generation of athletes. Connect with him at https://brandinsbooks.wordpress.com/

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    • 33 min
    110: Redefining the Color Purple with Aba Arthur

    110: Redefining the Color Purple with Aba Arthur

    In this episode the guys chat with actress Aba Arthur, who plays Abena, in the upcoming release of The Color Purple in theaters nationwide December 25th. In this episode, Aba talks about her career journey as an actor, the power of believing in yourself, honoring her ancestors, and her recent experience working with Oprah Winfrey. Tune in!

    More about our Aba:

    Aba can also tease her upcoming project Apple TV’s “Bad Monkey” where she stars opposite Vince Vaugh, in the long awaited comedy. The series is finally set to drop this Spring! Aba grew up in Washington D.C. alongside her sister and best friend Bozoma St. John (Netflix CMO turned Author). She then earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Performing Arts, as well as Political Science, from the University of Colorado-Boulder, where she now sits on the Dean’s Advisory Board.

    She later moved to Los Angeles to pursue her career scoring roles on TV shows including: Netflix shows Cobra Kai and Legacies, NBC’s Southland, WB’s 'Boomerang, and ABC’s Queens. She also played Miss Gold in the feature film Respect, a biopic of Aretha Franklin, starring Jennifer Hudson. She is currently based in Atlanta, splitting her time between both cities for projects.

    In addition to her work on screen, Aba has performed in several stage plays and is also an avid writer of screenplays. She also produced/directed her first filmThe Womb in 2018 and has her own production company The Ohemaa Project.

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    • 43 min
    109: Barbershop Talk - Core Values and Principles to Empower the Black Family

    109: Barbershop Talk - Core Values and Principles to Empower the Black Family

    In this thought-provoking episode, we delve deep into the core values that hold the key to advancing Black families for the next century. Join us as we explore the rich tapestry of heritage, resilience, and unity that has shaped our past and will steer our future. Together, we'll uncover the timeless principles and wisdom that empower us to thrive, overcome challenges, and build a brighter tomorrow. Don't miss this inspiring conversation that celebrates the strength and potential of Black families. Listen now and be part of the dialogue!

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    • 42 min
    108: Barbershop Talk - Building the Right Habits for Your Kids

    108: Barbershop Talk - Building the Right Habits for Your Kids

    30 to Life is back! After a long hiatus, Muki and Brown return to discuss what they been up to and difficulties of balancing it all. Later in the episode they discuss building the right habits for their kids and leading by example. Tune in! New episodes the first of every month.

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    • 57 min
    107: Everything You Need to Know About Taxes with Cherie of the Little CPA

    107: Everything You Need to Know About Taxes with Cherie of the Little CPA

    In the this episode, the guys chat with Cherie of the Little CPA. She answers all of the frequently asked questions about taxes and how the tax code works. Tune in.

    More about our guest: Chérie is a Certified Public Accountant with more than 10 years of Public Accounting Experience. She
    was recently named one of the AICPA’s 40 Under 40 Black CPAs, and she is 1 of 29 young CPAs accepted into the AICPA’s 2020 Leadership Academy.

    Outside of work, she serves on the Board of Directors for a local performing arts nonprofit and an economic development nonprofit . She is the founder of The Little CPA, an educational platform that helps thriving professionals make wise financial decisions.

    Learn more at www.thelittecpa.com


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    • 52 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
80 Ratings

80 Ratings

Hopedealr ,

Amazing Pod for the People!

These guys are very good at bringing various topics that are important in the black community but aren’t discussed enough... Salute!

Lililils ,

Fantastic podcast with amazing guests

I can’t believe I hadn’t heard of some of the amazing individuals you have had on the show. Thank you and keep up the great work!

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Great podcast!!

Keep it up guys!!! Keep redefining the black experience! Love it!

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