Moments with Dr Weyoms Nov 28, 2022
Coming Back Here
Lessons from January: What You Don't Have
Do you find yourself making a list of what you don't have? Or do you find yourself looking more at the skills you don't have? It is time to readjust your focus. Moments With Dr Weyoms podcast starting this year with this episode hosted by Dr Weyoms on what you should focus on to improve yourself this year. Join Dr Weyoms as she shares with you a few things you should focus on so you can become a better version of yourself in your career, health, finance, faith, relationships, and emotions.
Career Conversations with Victoria Obianke
In this episode, we talk about life as a Paramedic. The journey of Victoria becoming a paramedic in Nigeria, exploring the wins, the challenges and the opportunities in Emergency Medicine.
Welcome: About Me
Getting to know the basics about Dr Weyoms.
A sense of belonging
Faith Changes Everything
What do you see? What do you believe? This episode talks about how we navigate through our lives anchoring on the faith we have in God.
How You Fit Manage Time
Seeds of Life
Career Conversations ft Hassan Alaka: Studying Microbiology in Nigeria
In this episode, we talk about microbiology as a professional course irrespective of what many people think. Hassan also shared about what it feels like studying such a course in Nigeria, parental support and the future prospects.
Moments With Dr Weyoms: Managing Self Criticism and Your Progress
In this episode, I talk about how we as young people tend to focus on our ideal dreams and strict timeline of plans, which leads to feelings of disappointment, failure and health issues. I discuss ways in which one can manage their inner critic, negative vibes so they can break free to enjoy the progress of life.
Career Conversations ft Joshua Uchenna: Action Against Diabetes in Africa
In this episode, I chat with Joshua Emmanuel Uchenna, founder of PJosh Diabetes Foundation. We talked about his journey to become a health evangelist for diabetes, how and when he started. The impact of motor parks and market outreaches in various areas in Nigeria and the way forward in diabetes advocacy.