150 episodes

The Grey Ave Podcast is where curious minds, entrepreneurs, daredevils, hustlers and problem solvers converge. Each episode features a guest from a different walk of life and industry. Whether it's tech innovators or business leaders, we explore the failures, successes and most importantly lessons that aspiring achievers can draw on.

If you’re on your road to self-mastery and love hearing about how people get started, what they go through or how things work. This is a podcast for you.

The grey Ave Podcast Grey Jabesi

    • Business

The Grey Ave Podcast is where curious minds, entrepreneurs, daredevils, hustlers and problem solvers converge. Each episode features a guest from a different walk of life and industry. Whether it's tech innovators or business leaders, we explore the failures, successes and most importantly lessons that aspiring achievers can draw on.

If you’re on your road to self-mastery and love hearing about how people get started, what they go through or how things work. This is a podcast for you.

    #151 Carmelle Cadet - How Banks Are Reacting To Blockchain

    #151 Carmelle Cadet - How Banks Are Reacting To Blockchain

    In this episode, I interviewed Carmelle Cadet , a passionate advocate of Blockchain and Digital Currency Technology for modernization, financial inclusion and economic development efforts. She is the Founder and CEO of EMTECH, a fintech company helping Central Banks in emerging markets modernize their financial market infrastructure.

    • 38 min
    #150 Reflecting on 2019, Setting new personal rules, 2020 Visions

    #150 Reflecting on 2019, Setting new personal rules, 2020 Visions

    As challenging as 2019 was for me, the last decade was exceptionally good for me. I can only recall a few unpleasant moments. In fact, if I had to draw a chart for it, it would look like a straight verticle line from a distance.
    I decided to end the year alone to pause and reflect. I ended up in the mountains where I hiked and made lists of what I did right and where I failed myself in 2019. 
    This episode is about that experiment. I share some of those lists, I also share some of the new things I identified in 2019 that you can apply in your personal life or hustle.

    • 25 min
    #149 Meir Ezra - Be Interested, Not Interesting

    #149 Meir Ezra - Be Interested, Not Interesting

    This is the last episode for the year with Meir Ezra .He’s the most inspiring speaker ,mentor and regular guest on this podcast. I interviewed him at Workshop 17 seminar at Watershed  V&A Waterfront.

    • 34 min
    #148 Apollo Eric - Aeternity Hub Africa

    #148 Apollo Eric - Aeternity Hub Africa

    Apollo Omer Eric is the founder at Aeternity Hub Africa. He is the driving force behind Aeternity Hub Africa - an entity supporting education and entrepreneurship all over the continent. Its main goal is to encourage developers, entrepreneurs, and designers to build on top of Aeternity blockchain and to turn their ideas into viable businesses.

    • 58 min
    #147 Ed Latimore - Heavyweight boxer, The 4 Confidences, Not Caring

    #147 Ed Latimore - Heavyweight boxer, The 4 Confidences, Not Caring

    Ed Latimore is one of the most unique personalities out there. He’s a heavyweight boxer, physicist, author and chess enthusiast. Graduated from the school of hard knocks with a history of alcoholism and despair. He beat the odds and made something of himself. He uses his experiences in the ring, the lab and life to uncover deep truth about the world. 

    • 1 hr 2 min
    #146 Lorien Gamaroff - Who Created Bitcoin?

    #146 Lorien Gamaroff - Who Created Bitcoin?

    Lorien Gamaroff is the founder/CEO of Centbee, a blockchain-based remittance solution built on the Bitcoin SV blockchain. He also founded Bankymoon, a blockchain and cryptocurrency consultancy.

    Lorien has been on the show before on episode #116 where we discussed the Bitcoin vs Bitcoin SV debate, we also covered his early beginnings.

    • 43 min

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