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56 minutes | Jun 12, 2022
59: Tunde Onakoya; The Chess In Slums Story - with Nana Fatima Adamu
Quote of the day: “Helping one person might not change the whole world, but it could change the world for one person “ Today’s episode highlights the life of Tunde Onakoya in his journey to being the founder of Chess in Slums Nigeria. It’s a story I’ve wanted to tell for a long time now and I’m glad I finally had the chance with my friend Nana Fatima as a co host. This episode is the first of the Faith in Humanity series for the show. Chess in Slums is a non profit organization that seeks to give children living in slums more opportunities through the game of chess. This episode is filled with banter and our thoughts as we tell this amazing, inspiring story Post for the book drive ad: https://instagram.com/p/Ces2Zogtbpl/ My many many references: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tunde_Onakoya https://www.nigeriainfo.fm/abuja/news/latest-videos/my-mum-worked-as-a-cleaner-to-send-me-to-school-onakoya/ https://www.bellanaija.com/2021/05/through-chessinslums-tunde-onakoya-is-changing-the-lives-of-children-one-piece-at-a-time/ https://editor.guardian.ng/life/on-the-cover/tunde-onakoya-raising-kings-and-queens-through-chess-in-slums/ https://www.zikoko.com/man/man-like-tunde-onakoya/ https://medium.com/@trengarajan/chess-in-slums-5df1f08c1b79
36 minutes | May 29, 2022
58: Entrepreneurship: Can Everyone Become An Entrepreneur? With Imran Jimoh
Quote of the day: The strangest secret in the world is you become what you think about. - Aaron Nightingale Hey guys. Welcome back!!! It’s a new season of Better Me Daily and this is the very first episode. Join me as i sit with Imran Jimoh, an entrepreneur and entrepreneurship coach, as he dissects the Ins and outs of entrepreneurship and as he answers the question “can everyone become an entrepreneur?”. There’s also a really important announcement in there so don’t miss it. And hey! There’s a little fun activity in there as well. And last but not least, a little something for you guys, but be warned! It’s time limited. Don’t forget to do the usual and share this. Get the word out that we are back! And hey, let me know what you think of this ok? Find Imran on ig @theimranjimoh Interact with the show on ig @bettermedailypod and twitter @_bettermedaily It’s #BetterMeDailyPodcast everywhere! Enjoy! 💛💛💛 Sponsored by Modestly.ng (IG: @modestly.ng)
7 minutes | Dec 26, 2021
57: Letting things go: The Sunk Cost Fallacy
Quote of the day: “You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending” - C.S. Lewis How many things do we hold on to simply because we’ve spent too much time on it and we can’t “give up” or because we’ll feel guilty or scared. Relationships? School? Movies? Books? As the new-year rolls in and we make new resolutions, we need to make the intention of breaking bad patterns too… that’s where the sunk cost fallacy comes in. Join me as I discuss this and how it affects us. Referenced article is https://time.com/5347133/sunk-cost-fallacy-decisions/ Happy holidays!!!
10 minutes | Dec 5, 2021
56: Our Relationship With Food
Quote of the day: “Sorry, there’s no magic bullet. You have to eat healthy and live healthy to be healthy and look healthy. End of story.” - Morgan Spurlock Sometimes, some of us go on different types of diet. And sometimes they help. Other times, well…. Thing is, diets can only go so far, but at the end of the day it really just comes down to or relationship with food. Have you ever sat down to analyse this very important relationship? Well, today’s episode will help you do just that so sit back and enjoy. Link to the referenced articles: https://www.myrelationshipwithfood.com/what-is-a-relationship-with-food/ https://www.stevegranthealth.com/articles/why-we-eat-exploring-your-relationship-with-food-finding-balance-flexibility/ Link to the free food diary pdf: https://www.stevegranthealth.com/wp-content/uploads/food-symptoms-emotions-diary.pdf
21 minutes | Nov 21, 2021
55: Gaslighting In Relationships
Quote of the day: “Toxic people condition you to believe the problem isn’t the abuse itself, but instead your reactions to their abuse.” - Unknown. Did you know that the term “gaslighting” was actually coined from a play called “Gaslight”? Yup! That’s right. Tune in to today’s episode to understand why that is. I promise you it’s a great plot. Afterwards, join me as I narrate an article covering Gaslighting in Relationships with subtopics such as: · What is gaslighting? · Signs you’re being gaslighted · Examples of gaslighting in relationships · Why Gaslighting happens? · What to do if you think you’re being gaslighted. Link to referenced article: https://www.brides.com/gaslighting-in-relationships-5112026 Cheers!!!
16 minutes | Nov 7, 2021
54: My Covid Experience.
Quote of the day: “True friends aren’t the ones who make your problem disappear. They are the ones who won’t disappear when you’re facing problems”. - Shubam Shaw Today’s episode is a story time narrating my experience surrounding my covid 19 diagnosis, from symptom to recovery. Here’s the link to the Google form for the covid vaccine survey: https://forms.gle/eDLNXg8i7QwoioYk7 Don’t forget to share this episode and leave your ratings if you haven’t. Cheers!
40 minutes | Oct 17, 2021
53: What Is The Hardest Lesson You've Learnt In Life? With Saadatu Samaila
Quote of the day: "In life you don't get what you deserve; you get what you negotiate." - Chester l. Karrass For this episode, i sit with my good friend Saadatu, and together we read a couple of responses to a question asked on Quora, "what is the hardest lesson you've learnt in life?". Do you have your own lesson to share? feel free to do so! This was surely a funny yet insightful episode to make and i hope you enjoy listening to it as we enjoyed creating it. Find Saadatu on instagram @tullerh_ and leave your responses on our instagram @bettermedailypod XOXO
12 minutes | Oct 11, 2021
52: Types of Empathy
Quote of the day: “Empathy is like giving someone a psychological hug” - Lawrence J. Today’s episode explores the 3 types of empathy, what they’re concerned with, benefits and their pitfalls. Reference article: https://blog.heartmanity.com/the-three-kinds-of-empathy-emotional-cognitive-compassionate?hs_amp=true I sure hope you enjoy this! You could also check out a previous episode, episode 29: The Importance of Empathy and Simple Ways To Improve Empathy. XOXO!
9 minutes | Oct 3, 2021
51: The Love Languages Part 2
Quote for the episode: “The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in” - Morrie Schwartz On this second part of the previous episode, the love languages Quality time, gift giving and Acts of service are discussed. There’s also word from two of you wonderful listeners. Enjoy!!!
11 minutes | Sep 19, 2021
50: The Love Languages Part 1
Quote of the day: “If we are to develop an intimate relationship, we need to know each other’s desires. If we wish to love each other, we need to know what the other person wants” - Gary Chapman Today’s episode is about the love languages words of affirmation and physical touch. It doesn’t just talk about how to recognize if these are our love languages, but also how to communicate and things to do to show love to people that resonate with them. And importantly, things to do to show ourselves love if they are part of our dominant love languages. There’s something for you to do at the end *wink* Stay tuned for the part 2 next week.. till then, stay awesome!!
9 minutes | Sep 12, 2021
49: The Benefits of Positive Self Talk
Quote of the day: “It’s not what we say out loud that really determines our lives. It’s what we whisper to ourselves that has the most power” - Unknown Today’s episode is a narration of The benefits of Positive self talk by Keir Brady of Keir Brady Counseling Blog. Link to article is: http://www.keirbradycounseling.com/positive-self-talk/ Don’t forget to share and leave your ratings and review! Have a great week!!!
20 minutes | Sep 5, 2021
48: Narcissism: The Literature and in Pop Culture
Today's quote of the day is a short audio clip from Gaston of Beauty and the Beast. We've all heard the word narcissism. Join me today to discuss what it is, the roots of the word and popular pop culture references... also a little information on how to handle a narcissist from an article on webmd is featured. Do you have any other fictional references of narcissism? email me at email@example.com. or feature your response on your IG story and tag @bettermedailypod have a lovely week ahead! find the featured article here: https://www.webmd.com/mental-health/features/handle-narcissist
11 minutes | Aug 22, 2021
47: The Spotlight Effect
Quote of the day: “Your reality is not the reality that the audience sees” Why do we feel like we stand out more than we really do? Have you ever had a stain on your shirt or a bad wardrobe day and felt like the whole world was pointing at you?? This episode explores the spotlight effect that explains all of this. Reference article: https://thedecisionlab.com/biases/spotlight-effect/ I hope you enjoy!
28 minutes | Aug 15, 2021
46: Trauma Bonds In Toxic Relationships with Fawziyya Zakariyya
Quote of the day: "I've been doing this a long time - manipulating people to get my way. that's why you think you love me. Because i've broken you down and built you back up to believe it. Once you leave this behind, you'll see that. - Excerpt from Captive in the Dark by C. J. Roberts. On today's episode, Fawziyya schools us on trauma bonds in toxic relationships. What it is, how/why it comes about, cycles of abuse, signs and finally what can be done about it. so sit back and lets learn together. i hope you enjoy!!
8 minutes | Aug 1, 2021
45: The Tie That Is A Win
Quote of the day: "Sometimes a tie is really a win" - David Levy Taking another page out of the Life is A 4 Letter Word book by David A Levy and Kristine Carlson, today's episode is about how sometimes a tie is really a win. I explore this lesson in relationships and in life and I hope you gain something from it! here's my Scribd referral link: https://www.scribd.com/gi/871i5x Enjoy!!!!!
14 minutes | Jul 25, 2021
44: Jack Of All Trades
Quote of the day: “A jack of all trades is a master of none, but often times better than a master of one” - Unknown Often times the phrase “jack of all trades” is made to seem less preferred to being a master of something. But is that really the case?? On today’s episode i narrate to you “Why Being A Jack Of All Trades Is Essential For Success” by Jodie Cook for forbes.com The link to the original article: https://www.forbes.com/sites/jodiecook/2021/05/13/why-being-a-jack-of-all-trades-is-essential-for-success/ Let me know what you think! Share your feedback on social media and tag @bettermedailypod on Instagram and @_bettermedaily on Twitter Wishing you a blessed week! 💛💛💛
10 minutes | Jul 18, 2021
43: Intentional Breaks
Quote of the day “He that can take rest is greater than he that can take cities” - Benjamin Franklin Today’s episode is all about the power of intentional breaks and why it’s very important... featuring a personal story/scenario. I hope this helps you make a difference in your self care journey!!! Don’t forget to leave your ratings and review... and hey! Subscribe if you haven’t. 💛💛💛
11 minutes | Jul 11, 2021
42: 10 Tips on Staying Focused
Quote of the day: “Simplicity boils down to two steps: Identify the essential. Eliminate the rest.” - Leo Babauta In today’s episode, I will be your personal narrator, reading “Need Help Staying Focused? Try These 10 Tips” from HealthLine. Link to original article is https://www.healthline.com/health/mental-health/how-to-stay-focused Don’t forget to leave a review and share with as many people as you can. Have a nice week ahead!!!!
8 minutes | Jul 4, 2021
41: The Shot & The Five Second Rule
Quote of the day: “David, you can ask me all the questions you want. But you’re going to get the shot.” – Excerpt from Life is a 4 Letter word. Today’s episode is sort of a discussion on one essay from Life is a 4 letter word by David A. levy and Kristine Carlson. This essay is titled “the Shot” and it’s basically talking about how we delay the inevitable. And I talk a little on that and then move on to tips from Mel Robbins Five second rule. So it’s packed with goodness in just a few minutes and you do NOT want to miss out. There’s also a very helpful challenge at the end so look out for that. Don’t forget to share and leave a feedback! Have a splendid week ahead!!!!!
10 minutes | Jun 27, 2021
40: Monotasking vs Multitasking
Quote of the day: “The shorter way to do many things is to only do one thing at a time.” – Mozart. In this episode, I discuss monotasking vs multitasking. What is monotasking? what is multitasking? which is better between the two and how to go about it. Time management is important to help get things done and I believe this episode will help with that. So sit back and enjoy! Instagram: @bettermedailypod
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