NDINI features the stories of groundbreakers, trailblazers, innovators, achievers and inspiring women of African descent.
It's a podcast to entertain, inform, inspire and empower through showcasing the achievements of African women.
And by sharing these stories, raise the ceiling and widen the scope of what we believe is possible for ourselves.
150 | Sandra Chuma - 3 Keys to building sustainable habits (plus a special year-end message)
In this episode, I will share the three key points you will need to remember to be able to build sustainable habits.
149 | Sandra - Habits are your superpower in times of hardship and crisis
This year has been such a great example of hardship, and now more than ever, is when our habits are what will carry us through.
148 | Sandra Chuma - The Strategy for changing your habits
In this episode I talk about the Stanford Marshmallow Experiment that was done in 1972 and its significance on how to deal with issues of self-control, especially when it comes to changing habits.
147 | Sandra Chuma - The easy way to ‘BREAK’ bad habits
In this episode, I break down the steps on how to untangle your bad habits by understanding how they are formed in the first place.
147 | Sandra Chuma - What no one has ever told you about habits!
In this episode, I want to share with you how a habit is created and the science behind it.
145 | Sandra Chuma - If you ever struggled with your habits, this is for you
Before we start this week’s podcast episode, I highly encourage all of you listeners to check out the video of this episode on our website, NDINI.COM or on our YouTube channel, NDINI Media. The reason I mention this is because this episode contains valuable visuals of the Fogg Behavior Model, and it would greatly help you understand it if you could actually see the illustration and diagram that I talk about.
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Discovered this podcast this morning on Instagram. Loving it!! Thank you for providing representation for us on a global level
Thank you Sandra for these delightful interviews! I found you after searching for author Jennifer Makumbi and I really enjoyed hearing her voice - and yours.