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A podcast about exploring new ways to win in the 21st century.

Survival Skills Podcast Grey Jabesi

    • Self-Improvement
    • 5.0, 166 Ratings

A podcast about exploring new ways to win in the 21st century.

    #162 Claire Mawisa - Carte Blanche, Career, Relationships, Single Parenting

    #162 Claire Mawisa - Carte Blanche, Career, Relationships, Single Parenting

    In this episode, Grey Jabesi sat down with Claire Mawisa. A tv producer and presenter for Carte Blanche, a South African investigative journalism television series that airs on M-Net during prime time
    Claire has a solid track record in the media industry spanning from when she was a teen.
    In this episode, we discussed Her career, how she started with Carte Blanche, Investigative journalism, relationships, marriage, and parenthood. 

    Video: https://youtu.be/P8tykqHVmLU
     

    • 48 min
    #161 - How To Start A Successful Podcast With Zero Costs - My Tools & Recommendations

    #161 - How To Start A Successful Podcast With Zero Costs - My Tools & Recommendations

    Since I started The Survival Skills Podcast 5 years ago and it has been a great success. I became very used to the process of creating to the point that I forgot how much of a challenge it was to start because I had no idea. I did not know how or what equipment, hosting, editing software or distribution to use. 
    In this episode, I share the tools I recommend for you to get started with nearly zero budget.
    Tools I recommended:
    Irig Lavalier mic:
    TakeAlot link: https://bit.ly/3f3HO3k 
    Amazon link: https://amzn.to/37cDtbr
    Recorder: Zoom  H1n recorder
    Takealot link: https://bit.ly/3h53tdm
    Amazon Link: https://amzn.to/2BODhDT
    Hosting
    Anchor: https://anchor.fm/
    Libsyn: https://libsyn.com/
    Blueberry: https://blubrry.com/
    Cameras:
    iPhone 
    GoPro Hero
    Nikon D800

    • 26 min
    #160 Jon Karas and Lynn Liss - One Africa. One Coin

    #160 Jon Karas and Lynn Liss - One Africa. One Coin

    In this episode, I had a chance to discuss the project with both the President and COO; Jon Karas and Lynn Liss respectively. They shared an overview, technical aspects, vision and how the project will affect the rising economies of Africa. They also shared a little bit about their upcoming Token Generation Event(TGE) which will mark the official launch of Akoin after a few years in the making.

    • 21 min
    #159 William Le - Transforming the World with Better Money

    #159 William Le - Transforming the World with Better Money

    In this interview, Grey Jabesi sat down with William Le and Brian Reavey from C-Labs and Appen respectively to discuss Celo. Celo is an open platform that makes financial tools accessible to anyone with a mobile phone, quite similar to Facebook’s Libra.

    • 23 min
    #158 – Michael Jordaan – Top 5 Survival Skills For Leadership

    #158 – Michael Jordaan – Top 5 Survival Skills For Leadership

    Dr. Michael Jordaan, MCom, Ph.D., is the Founder of MonteGray Capital. Dr. Jordaan serves as a Partner at AngelHub Ventures. He has more than 20 years’ experience in the financial services sector. He served as the Chief Executive Officer at First National Bank, Plc until December 31, 2013.
    He had a decade of experience working at the First National Bank, Plc. At FNB, he oversaw the move away from traditional banking toward rewarding ecosystem-centric solutions for customers. He has been an Independent Non-Executive Director of JSE Limited since January 1, 2014. Dr. Jordaan is the recipient of the CNBC Africa Business Leader of the Year for Southern Africa award.
    In this episode, Michael shares his top 5 survival skills for leaders.
    My previous episode with Dr. Jordaan: https://www.greyjabesi.com/ep90/

    • 5 min
    #157 - Riccardo Spagni - The People Behind Bitcoin & Monero

    #157 - Riccardo Spagni - The People Behind Bitcoin & Monero

    There should be someone behind the scenes controlling Bitcoin right? I mean, it cannot just run and maintain itself right? I'm just stating what you've always been thinking after you heard that Bitcoin is not controlled by an institution or government. 
    In this episode, we're going to be demystifying that very question. Grey Jabesi connected with Riccardo Spagni(@flufflypony) AKA Fluffy Pony, a member of the Monero Core Team, who are stewards of the Monero Project, and is also the lead maintainer of the Monero project. 
    Monero is an open-source cryptocurrency created in April 2014 that focuses on fungibility, privacy, and decentralization. It's currently valued at $992M. 
    In this episode, we discussed:
    Who founded Monero
    How Fluffy Pony got involved
    Responsibilities as a lead maintainer
    Who controls or update Bitcoin code
    How Monero is maintained
    Law enforcement (The CIA and Interpol)
    Best tools and practices for personal privacy
    Success
    His favorite Apps
    His concerns with using Whatsapp for messaging
    Tari project
    Tools he recommends for privacy:
    Matrix
    Riot
    Wire App
    Signal
    VPN
    Wirecard
    TOR
    Email: Tutenota, Protonmail
     

    • 40 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
166 Ratings

166 Ratings

Krut105 ,

A great informative podcast.

The interview topics, questions, & discussions are interesting. The Grey Ave is a great podcast for people worldwide to get crucial information about a variety of topics including first-hand travel experiences, finance experiences, & business experiences.

YrkH8r87 ,

Well done!

I’m learning a lot by listening to the podcast, especially about things I’m not too familiar with (like bitcoin). Definitely worth a listen!

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