DECIDING TO WIN
By reginald nsowah
DECIDING TO WINApr 15, 2021
Charting Growth:Expert Tips on Building and Scaling your Startup
Our guest today is Sara Rauchwerger, Founder TechLAB Innovation Center in Silicon Valley.
Sara is the Founder and Managing Director at TechLAB Innovation Center, where her mission is clear: nurturing company growth and fostering innovation. But that's not all—she's also the driving force behind CCICE, a global entrepreneur connection platform, and the visionary mind behind BG Strategy, a leading global market entry services company.
With a rich background in Business Development, Business Strategy, and Investment, Sara has left an indelible mark across industries such as Telecommunication, Aerospace, and Information Technology. Her leadership has ignited cross-border business growth, helping private enterprises, SMEs, and publicly listed corporations thrive internationally.
Sara's forte lies in IT markets, where she offers end-to-end market entry services. Her sharp insight and evaluation skills make her a trusted partner for the investment community, consistently identifying impactful opportunities.
Having shaped countless business plans, marketing strategies, financial analyses, and more, Sara's expertise has propelled ventures to success, optimizing value for owners and shareholders.
Join us in this episode as we tap into the brilliance of Sara Rauchwerger, a sought-after speaker and lecturer, and uncover the journey of an extraordinary entrepreneur.
On this episode, Sara shares deep insights on how to scale and grow your startup.
- Sara shares insights on fundraising, including conveying a compelling vision to investors.
- Importance of seeking initial support from friends, family, and customers.
- Exploring funding sources such as angel investors, government grants, and corporate investment.
- Emphasis on networking, strategy, and differentiation in fundraising efforts.
- Factors influencing scalability include the nature of the product, target audience, and cost of customer acquisition.
- Understanding the multiplier effect during transitions between customer levels.
- Considerations for scalability differ for technology-based solutions and user-oriented products.
- The need to adapt business models to accommodate growth and profitability.
- Sara emphasizes the importance of validating information from various sources.
- Extracting valuable insights and aligning them with business goals.
- Sara advocates for third-party validation to refine messaging and strategy.
Success Blueprints: Breaking In and Thriving in Tech
On this episode, i had an amazing conversation with my best friend Victor Owusu.Victor is a software engineer at Paradigm. Victor has had over 13 years experience in tech, working for multinational companies and consulting on projects. Victor on this podcast breaks down the simple keys to thrive in technology roles in any tech organization.
Victor's journey is inspiring for any young Africa who wants to have a successful career in Tech. His work ethic, design is for all to emulate.
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Venturing for Change: Empowering Africa's Startups with a Visionary Venture Builder
On this episode we speak with Daniel Kwaku Merki, the founder of Boxplay Ventures in Accra. Boxplay is an African venture builder that co-creates transformational startups tackling the continent's most common and challenging problems. Daniel, has a strong background in investment banking, management consulting and entrepreneurship. His passion is enable African entrepreneurs to create solutions to Africa's most challenging problems and to promote the general purpose technologies of the 21st century on the continent. He grew up in Switzerland and moved to Ghana to pursue his passion and dreams.
Daniel provides key insights about entrepreneurship and venture building in the African setting.
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There Are No Limits with Otema Yirenkyi
Welcome to an extraordinary episode of our podcast, where we have the privilege of welcoming back the remarkable Otema Yirenkyi to the show. Currently serving as the Area Vice President at Salesforce in the UK, Otema brings with her an illustrious career spanning over 25 years in the technology and telecommunication industry. Her expertise shines through as she shares invaluable insights on cultivating a 'no limits' mindset.
Throughout the episode, Otema emphasizes the immense value of finding belonging within a tribe, harnessing the power of coaches and mentors, and directing our focus towards our unique strengths. Her wealth of experience from senior roles at IBM, Microsoft, PMI, and Vodafone adds weight to her words, making her guidance all the more compelling.
But Otema's contributions extend beyond her professional achievements. She is a true inspiration with a deep passion for supporting the younger generation. Her dedication to helping the youth reach their full potential is nothing short of inspiring, as she shares her experiences and imparts wisdom that will undoubtedly resonate with listeners of all ages.
Beyond her professional endeavors, Otema is also a talented poet, accomplished author, and a fierce advocate for eco-sustainability. Her multifaceted interests and commitment to making a positive impact on the world make her an exceptional guest, captivating both the mind and the heart.
Tune in to this episode and prepare to be enthralled as Otema Yirenkyi graces us with her profound insights, empowering listeners to adopt a 'no limits' mindset and encouraging them to embark on a transformative journey towards personal growth and success.
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Unlocking Your Potential - Life Lessons from the V-Power Coach
On this episode of the Deciding To Win Podcast, we had the privilege of having Veronica Safoa Owusu widely known as the V-Power Coach. The 'V-Power coach' is a signature online course creation business specialist, instructional designer, mindset coach for leaders, public speaker and the President of EduCom.
She is also an entrepreneur, content creator and consultant.
Veronica has helped many people develop their mindset and unleash their potentials to create the life they want to live. On this episode, we go more into her background story, the challenges she faced in building her business in a new country with literally no money.
V-Power's relentless passion and desire to grow, learn and help others has launched her into an amazing journey in her life.
There is a lot to learn from her and i know you will be inspired.
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Launching Dreams, Space and Inspiration with Shelli Brunswick
In this episode of the Deciding to Win podcast, we sat down with Shelli Brunswick, the COO of Space Foundation. Shelli shared her inspiring journey from her distinguished career as a space acquisition leader to overseeing Space Foundation's primary divisions. She advocates for diversity and inclusion and was named the 2020 Diversity & Inclusion Officer and Role Model of the Year Award by WomenTech Network.
We learned about Space Foundation's mission to promote space and STEM education worldwide, with a particular focus on Africa. Shelli discussed the importance of space technology in solving global challenges and the role of education in preparing the next generation.
Shelli's leadership extends beyond the Space Foundation, where she plays an active role in various organizations, including the United Nations Space4Women and the World Business Angels Investment Forum.
Tune in to this episode to be inspired by Shelli's leadership journey, her passion for space technology, and her advocacy for diversity and inclusion.
The Sparks of Change: How a Ghanaian Company is Revolutionizing Sustainable Mobility in Africa
In this episode of "Deciding to Win," we had the pleasure of speaking with Valerie Labi, an innovative C-Level leader who is making waves in the African mobility space. Valerie is the CEO and Co-Founder of Mana Mobility, a German-Ghanaian enterprise that is creating an ecosystem for e-mobility solutions in Africa, with the core of operations in Ghana.
During our conversation, Valerie shared her inspiring story of how she started her career in the corporate world, but her passion for sustainable social enterprise growth and impactful business transformation strategies led her to co-found Mana Mobility. She is driven by the vision of making affordable, reliable, and connected electric vehicles tailored for and manufactured in Africa.
As Valerie explained, the challenges of implementing electric mobility in Africa are significant, from the lack of proper infrastructure to the limited access to affordable financing. However, she is undaunted and believes that these challenges present an opportunity to create innovative solutions that cater to the unique needs of the African market.
Mana Mobility is already making strides towards achieving its vision. They have developed an open e-mobility platform that connects drivers, passengers, and goods in an easily accessible, inclusive, transparent, country-wide, and multi-model manner. The company also produces electric vehicles that are affordable, safe, reliable, functional, and Ghanaian-designed, engineered, and manufactured.
Valerie's leadership and Mana Mobility's commitment to sustainability and social impact are what Africa needs to overcome its mobility challenges. The African mobility space is ripe for disruption, and Mana Mobility is at the forefront of this change.
Creatively Transforming STEM Education in Africa Beyond The Challenges
On this episode, we speak to an amazing young woman changing STE(A)M education in Africa and beyond. She shares her inspiring story of how she started organizing volunteers to rural communities to teach technology to the children in these communities.
The organization has reached 8000+ learners across Africa, through products like Lab and Library on Wheels systems – portable solar powered computer laboratories, Ananse e-learning suite – first African story-based STE(A)M app and Train the Trainer engagements – educational support services.
The research she has done through her organization has gained international interest and support evidenced by research grants and partnerships with University College London (UCL), Royal Academy of Engineers and Jacobs Foundation.
She was the first woman recipient of the “Engineering Excellence Award”, by the Ghana Institute of Engineers, a candidate for the 2020 Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation Award , a Coor fellow and a Mandela Washington fellow.
Josephine is an engineer and assistant professor, in the FKSR (University of Alberta), advancing research on linkages between access to recreational spaces and well-being, through an environmental justice lens. Her research over the years, has focused on examining how exchanges among human and non-human actors shape built and virtual recreational environments, and inform access and its associated outcomes.
Redefining African Leadership
I had the opportunity to speak to the phenomenal Taaka Owori, the CEO of Busara Africa. Leadership has always been the main critical factor for Africa's development. Taaka presents strong and interesting ideas on redefining leadership in Africa. This is a conversation that so inspired me, her passion and energy for Africa is amazing.
Taaka s a Leadership Trainer, Certified Coach, Facilitator, Speaker, and Organisational Development Specialist with over 20 years of experience working with civil society, the private sector, and various Government Agencies in East, West, Southern Africa, Europe, and the U.S. She, therefore, combines an understanding of international best practice on leadership and organisational development with an appreciation of the diverse contexts in which these principles should be applied. Taaka has worked with a wide range of clients such as the Open Society Foundation, Care, Greenpeace International, MTN, Newmont Corporation, Bank of Africa and the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre.
Taaka has a Bachelors in Degree in Political Science from Harvard University, Boston MA, and a Juris Doctorate in Law from Columbia University, NY, New York. She also has a Certificate in Organisational Development from the Organisation Development Centre & the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, the United States, and an Advanced Certificate in Coaching from the International Coaching Academy, Melbourne, Australia.
Space for a better world with Christina Korp
On this episode, i am joined by the amazing Christina Korp, the president of purpose entertainment, astronaut manager and producer. For ten years she managed Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin and launched his education foundations – ShareSpace and the Aldrin Family Foundation. She produced the last five galas at Kennedy Space Center celebrating Apollo 11 and the Webby winning and Emmy nominated, “Cycling Pathways to Mars” VR experience. She is passionate about promoting ways space benefits the planet and people every day and promoting women’s issues. She spearheaded projects in 2020 to celebrate the Women’s Vote Centennial in the USA. She leads SPACE For a Better World producing events and experiences that raise money for partner charities. She currently works with Apollo 16 moon walker Charlie Duke and NASA astronaut and aquanaut Nicole Stott.
Christina has traveled the world as a singer, producer, tour manager and as an Astronaut Wrangler. She produces ground breaking, mass participation experiential artworks and event that focus on inspiring people and giving back to the planet.
This episode was produced by the amazing Justin Fiallo.
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Creating a Poverty Free Future for Africa's Youth with Nelly Cheboi
“Sometimes it falls upon a generation to be great. You can be that great generation.” - Nelson Mandela.
Nelly Cheboi, the CEO and founder of TechLit Africa joins me on this episode. Growing up in rural Kenya, Nelly experienced the full effects of poverty, seeing her parents struggle to meet their basic needs. Nelly nurtured in her heart to make an impact in her society. Through determination and hard work, she obtained a scholarship to study computer science in America which provided her a path to move closer to achieving her vision.
Today TechLit Africa, is using recycled computers to build computer labs in Kenya, providing much needed tech skills training for the youth launching them into tech careers remotely around the world.
Her amazing work has been recognized around the world by Forbes, CNN and other notable organization. She is a true leader dedicated to the success of Africa's youth.
The Unlikely Astronaut
On this episode i am joined by the amazing Susan Stil Kilrain, an American engineer, a former United States Navy officer, and a former NASA astronaut. A childhood dream to fly manifested into not just flying fighter jets for the US Navy but Space shuttles for Nasa. An accomplished aerospace engineer, distinguished naval aviator with over 3000 flight hours, flying 30 different aircrafts. She was commissioned into the U.S. Navy in 1985 and designated a Naval Aviator in 1987. Kilrain was selected to be a flight instructor in the TA-4J Skyhawk, and later flew EA-6A Electric Intruders for Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 33 (VAQ-33) in Key West, Florida. After completing U.S. Naval Test Pilot School at NAS Patuxent River, Maryland, she reported to Fighter Squadron 101 (VF-101) in Virginia Beach, Virginia, for F-14 Tomcat training.
Kilrain reported to the Johnson Space Center as an Astronaut Candidate in March 1995. Following a year of training, she worked on technical issues for the Vehicle Systems and Operations Branch of the Astronaut Office. She also served as spacecraft communicator (CAPCOM) in mission control during launch and entry for numerous missions. A veteran of two space flights, she logged nearly 472 hours in space. She flew as pilot on STS-83 (April 4 to 8, 1997) and STS-94 (July 1 to 17, 1997).
She now spends her time inspiring the next generation to believe in themselves.
THE POWER OF DETERMINATION
Henry Ford said 'Those who believe they can do something and those who believe they can't are both right'. It is amazing what we can do if we are determined that we can. Our guest today is a shining example of that. Jesse Iwuji, US Navy officer, NASCAR driver and team owner, CEO,Esports company owner and many more. Born to immigrant parents from Nigeria, Jesse shares his journey in to greatness and the amazing work in creating opportunities for others.
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The True Color of Stars - An Astronauts View
Deciding to Win is back bigger. On this episode, Dr Soyeon Yi, the first Korean female and only astronauts joins me. She shares her inspiring story with us in an a fun and exciting way. She was selected out of 36,000 contestants to go to space in 2006. She shares how it all happened from the earth and back to the earth. Dr Yi, is dedicated her life to help nurture young leaders in STEM. This is a conversation i really enjoyed and i hope it blesses you as well.
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TRANSFORMING AFRICA THROUGH DISTANCE EDUCATION
I had the pleasure to have Sidiki Traore, the founder and president of Distance Education Africa DEA join me on the show. His inspiring work on the African continent has impacted the youth in Africa. Distance Education Africa provides free monthly scholarships from the University of Virginia and other top universities in the world. As technology and internet penetration in Africa grows in Africa, Sidiki's team has offered over 35,000 scholarship to young professionals and students in all 54 countries in Africa. His passion for building the skills and capacity, feed the hunger for knowledge on the continent is amazing. Governments, military personnel, entrepreneurs have all used these courses to train its people.
I have completed many courses offered through the scholarship and it has been of immense benefit to my life and work. Sidiki's passion for education and for youth is amazing.
Africa's Youth and Space Technology
Mankind has always been fascinated about space and the mystery beyond stars. More recently, a lot of research and interest have tremendously increased with more private technology companies leading the way. Africa has not been completely left out. My guest today Guido Schwarz has been at the heart promoting space technology among African youth and students via the Foundation for Space Development.
Guido provides insights into the amazing work being done to promote STEM and space technology accross Africa, the prospects and challenges and the opportunities.
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Conversational Intelligence with Doug Leonard
Success and fulfillment in life is dependent on the quality of the conversations we have. The concept of Conversational intelligence (C-IQ) is a new concept which our guest on this episode is a certified coach of. Douglas Leonard, shares from his over 25 years experience of helping leaders create healthy cultures and conditions for their organizations. Doug has done this in over 20 countries and in various types of organizations. As a certified C-IQ coach and trainer, he provides insight into the concept, shares practical ways of developing this critical skill.
TURNING LIFE AROUND
Life can be extremely tough if it starts from a difficult background. Our guest on this episode, shares his life experience with us. Born in a broken family, Erik Allen, made several bad decisions early on in life. Jailed at age 18, bankrupt at age 21, addicted to drugs and alcohol. Erik's life was running away from him till he turned it all around. He gave his life to Christ, married now with two adorable kids, he is 16 years sober, started his own business, paid speaker, upcoming MMA fighters & entrepreneurs get noticed online.
His story is an example of how any one can turn things around no matter the situation faced. Listen and share.
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Exploring German Opportunities for African Youth and Entrepreneur
Germany has recently rolled out many initiatives and projects in Africa. These are aimed at enabling startups and African businesses. Our guest today, Kumbirai Chipadza the founder of DeutschConnect, joins us from Germany to give us a clear insight into the various programs. From working with startups and contributing to the ecosystem in Zimbabwe, he has always had the passion to enable young Africans to take advantage of the opportunities available. Deutschconnect is committed to be that bridge for Africa, through their Mentorship, B2B matchmaking, access to market and many others. Germany's doors are open and through this insightful episode you will know how to enter.
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The Battle Tested Leader with John Gronski Maj Gen (Rtd)
Everyone can be a leader when there are no challenges but it is during tough times that real leadership is demonstrated. Major General John Gronski retired joins on this episode to discuss leadership. After an amazing 40 years serving in the US Army and National guard, he has committed the rest of his live to develop leaders. He served in Iraq as Brigade commander leading about 5,000 marines and soldiers into combat. He provides deep insights into the important value of integrity, courage and resilience. This episode cuts across all levels of leadership.
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Tech Opportunities for Africa's Youth - A game changer for development
The creator Emmanuel Acheampong joins us on this episode to share his story. He is also the founder of roboMUA the AI makeup advisor which has traffic from 64 countries with over 1000 users weekly working with the biggest cosmetic brands like Gucci, L'Oréal, Parfums Christian Dior, Ogee, FENTY,Nars, ,Mented Cosmetics, Huda Beauty, UOMA Beauty,Urban Decay Cosmetics, and many others.
Understanding the Dynamics of Landing a Job
Youth Unemployment is one of the biggest challenges in the world.In Africa alone, more than 60% of the youth are unemployed. This makes the opportunities that exist to be very competitive. Aaron AJ Eckstein, founder of the Career Coaching Company and the host of The Final Round podcast joins us today to discuss the dynamics of searching and landing a job. He gives us an easy step by step process of landing a job, key points to consider, what to avoid, dealing to recruiters to the interview process. He shares experience having worked with recruiters from top companies with Ernst & Young, Tesla, Airbnb, Google, Tesla and many more. Connect with AJ on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaron-aj-eckstein/ Listen to the Final Round Podcast https://www.careercoachingcompany.com/podcast Follow me on Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/reginald-nsowah-09352929/
Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets, from Africa to the Caribbean
Networking skills are highly regarded in our world today, however, building a whole new community is truly special. Our guest today is Jo-Ann Alexandra Hamilton is the founder of the Rare Birds Community, a community that brings together entrepreneurs, investors and professionals from emerging markets all over the world. Her podcast, the Rarebirds podcast has interviewed over 160 entrepreneurs from Africa, the Caribbean, Asia and others. She shares insights and lessons on how these entrepreneurs are innovating and overcoming the obstacles in these tough environments to build amazing companies.She is also an expert on Block-chain technology
As a native of the beautiful St Kitts and Nevis, she shares her story about growing up there and in St. Croix and rich relationship and heritage between Africa and the Caribbean.
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The Rising Partnership between Africa and the Diaspora - Possibilities, Opportunities and Potentials
Africa has a special historic connection with people of African heritage everywhere in the world especially in the U.S, Europe and the Caribbean.
Over the past few years, several efforts has gone into to deepening that relationship and exploring the potential and possibilities for both sides. Initiatives like Year of Return in Ghana and others are examples of such efforts. Nana Kweku Dakrabo I ,Mputuhene of Asebu, Akroma in Ghana. He is an African American Business Developer and Investor who has been ens-tooled as Mputuhene ( Chief of development) in Asebu in Ghana. He has championing growth, development and opportunities for the youth of Akroma and Ghana as a whole. He is an example of the much needed impact the diaspora can make on the African continent. He shares his experience with working with the other Chiefs and people in Ghana and the exciting work he is involved in Africa.
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Growth and Scaling Tips for African Entrepreneurs with Kimberly Ofori
Growth in any area of life is not a mystery, the same in business. Growth occurs when the right principles are applied. Kimberly Ofori, renowned growth strategist and scaling consultant shares key principles young African entrepreneurs can apply to grow and scale. Kimberly is always so simple and practical in her deliveries. She has been at the forefront of helping startups in Africa and Europe to grow, as an entrepreneur herself in different sectors and in different countries Kim is a real game changer. You can reach out to her on her socials below:
DECODING PMI AFRICA'S YOUTHQUAKE
The Youthquake is upon us, Africa's youth are in position to take on the responsibility of recreating the continent and the world. One of such tools is Project Management. On this episode we are joined by Otema Yirenkyi, the Vice President of Global Engagement at the Project Management Institute, PMI to share insights on the Project management potential in Africa and the amazing work that is being done to develop Project Managment skills among the youth. As an experienced top corporate executive herself with Microsoft, IBM and Vodafone she shares her experiences from over 20 years leading change and leadership.
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Starting a Business With No Money
York Zucchi, joins us on this special episode. He and his team at the Startup Tribe from South Africa are on a daring mission to create 12.5 million new entrepreneurs. He provides practical steps on how young people can start a business with little or no resources. His passion for entrepreneurship development is contagious.He depth of wisdom is drawn from experience from the corporate world, starting businesses himself, chairing investment boards and many others. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in the offer available in this episode. Get in touch with us or York on the links below.
Inspiring Africa's youth to climb the ladder to Quality Education
Happy new year everyone, so grateful for your continued support. We are joined by Patience Kembo from Malawi. She is the Executive Director of Ladder to Learning, a unique youth lead organization dedicated to improving education in Malawi. With their reading clubs and learning hubs, Ladder to Learning has helped improve the literacy skills of thousands of kids in Malawi. Mobilizing a inspired group of volunteers, they are taking the responsibility of creating the future we desire to see on the continent. If you have any support or assistance or would like to help or partner with them please contact them through the website or social media through the links below.
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How to be a Master of Difficult Conversation and become Confident in Conflicts
The best things in life are on the other side of difficult conversations. Kwame Christian esq, Director of the American Negotiation Institute, business lawyer and host of the world's number one negotiation podcast joins us on this episode. Difficult conversation determine our future and success. Kwame shares deep insights on how you can become confident in difficult conversations and see your soar. Kwame expounds on practical framework for any form of difficult conversation. The American Negotiation institute also have resources that you can use to improve your negotiation and conflict management skills.
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DO! DO! DO! - The mindset of Success
Daniel Yackobi, a serial entrepreneur joins us from Cape Town in this episode. From humble beginnings in the Kibbutz community in Israel and service in the Israeli army, Daniel developed a strong action oriented, fearless mindset for entrepreneurship. He has founded business in Central &South America, Africa, Europe and Canada. He gives deep insights into the entrepreneurial mindset and attitude we need in our journey of success and wining in our endeavors. He is also an entrepreneurship ambassador for Startup tribe helping young entrepreneurs in Africa. Its an exciting episode that will challenge you to fall in love with challenges and the problem while you enjoy the journey. I highly recommended it to all and kindly share.
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Till we all win - The ultimate goal of mentorship
Dr. Kelechukwu Onwukamike joins us in this special episode, He provides insights into his academic mentoring program that is helping young African scholars to gain entry to scholarship programs. Against what people term as a "Brain Drain" he gives a different perspective to it as a ''Brain Gain". 'Till we all win, we are always a work in progress' is the creed that inspires him to mentor others. A double PHD holder and recipient of over 10 academic awards, Dr KC's passion for the next generation is amazing. His program is open to all scholarship aspirants and he is open to connect on linkedin. Please share with anyone that will benefit from this conversation. Love you all!!
Developing Africa's Fabulous Women
Women form up the majority of the Informal sector in Africa which account for a key driver of the economy. Ama Duncan,founder of the Fabulous Woman Network joins us on this episode. Through her organisation, she provides coaching, training and networking to help women start, grow and scale their business. She shares her passion, inspiration and impact with us. She has amazing resources, reach out to her and the network through these links below: , The fabulous Woman community, Fabulous woman network
Peace in a Crisis
Never has there been a time that our peace and resilience has been fully tested. 2020 has been full of challenges the world over. The crisis of life will always come but we will win if we decide to. Samantha Gordon, a self help coach and Author of 'How to be Zen in Crisis' shares with us proven and practical steps to be peaceful and resilient. Thank you. Reach out to us on email email@example.com or instagram @deciding2win.
TURN ON TUNE IN & GROW OUT
Scott Massey, the CEO of Heliponix joins us to discuss his entrepreneurial journey of revolutionizing agriculture. Learn how through determination and passion every dream will be achieved. His innovative Gropod possibly holds the key to Food Security in the years to come. Its an exciting and inspiring conversation. Do send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org
Developing Africa's Next Leaders
Emmanuel Nuamah joins us with deep insights into leadership development of young people in Africa. He shares his vision and how he is developing the right Heart set and Mindset in the youth of Africa. Akwaaba