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15 minutes | Sep 28, 2020
When's The Right Time? - (Episode 30)
Don't wait to long for things to be perfect.Find the YouTube version here: https://youtu.be/5sBRGPAVBtkSend Your Topic Ideas For Future Episodes To: email@example.com
58 minutes | Aug 31, 2020
Establishing Relationship Roles - (Episode 29)
Guest: Mara NisnisanDisappointment comes as a result of many conflicts that we have with our loved ones. Some of these may be the result of not properly communicating our expectations with those individuals. In this episode, Kwesi Fields and Mara Nisnisan explore some of their personal experiences with communicating expectations with others in their personal lives and how establishing these expectations early in the friendship/relationship may be beneficial. Video of Discussion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMkzAOCM4C8Send Your Topic Ideas For Future Episodes To: firstname.lastname@example.org
73 minutes | Aug 17, 2020
Can You Teach An Old Dog New Tricks? (Episode 28)
Guests: Anam Haque and Jeremy Kabala.You may find it difficult when it comes to communicating with certain individuals and even though you mean well, it still doesn't seem to matter what you're communicating. Some of these individuals may be someone as close to you as a family member, spouse, boyfriend, girlfriend, or even just someone that you are trying help through teaching. If we all shared the same thoughts and opinions there would be no creativity, interests, diversity, and uniqueness and if we all had polar opposite ideals, we would never see eye to eye on anything. Being that this subject is so broad and difficult to go over in a single episode, this topic will most likely be covered in a series of future episodes.In this episode, Anam, Jeremy, and Kwesi share them opinions on whether or not empathy can be taught, how to deal with people that are not as willing to listen, and why it is so important that we listen... ACTUALLY LISTEN...before we speak and give our input.
18 minutes | Aug 10, 2020
Be Patient, You're Almost There! (Episode 27)
Happiness isn't necessarily achieved simply through your awards and money. Many people are able to fulfill great achievements that they spent a good portion of life trying to accomplish while still feeling insatiated (is that a word?...). We tend to lose site of things and we often get trapped into thinking that the only way to become truly happy is to work hard in hopes of being rewarded with the tools needed for supplying yourself with the things that you want and desire. As you prepare yourself to achieve difficult tasks, discouragement is likely to find its way into your plot. It may come in the form of embarrassment, loss, or even insecurities. How do we break away from feeling as though we're not making progress with our goals? What should we focus on to ensure that we're able to achieve "happiness"? Get comfortable, or get your car keys in hand for your trip and tune in!If you are driving, PLEASE don't choose to watch the YouTube video option.We have the Spotify, Apple podcast, and several other alternatives.You could always watch later. Enjoy Podcast Family!-Kwesi Link To YouTube Video For This Episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Q7Mha3dpsw
24 minutes | Aug 3, 2020
In Attracting Others... (Episode 26)
"How You Think When You Lose Determines How Long It Will Be Until You Win".- David J. SchwartzIn most cases, positive ends usually go together but in the case with this episode like attracts like meaning that positives will stick with positives while negatives stick with negatives. With that being said, how might we become more attractive (and not just in the romantic sense) to others? In this episode, Kwesi tries to break down the process as to why we tend to form groups with others like us. In addition, he offers a few ways in which we may be able to connect with more people and how it may be beneficial to try and do so. Link To Youtube Of This Episode: https://youtu.be/c_tiF9spCCo
68 minutes | Jul 20, 2020
Silent Killers and Ego - Episode 25
Guest: Xavier Floyd (Of the Red Eye Podcast) How much confidence is enough for a person who wishes to compete effectively? Why is it considered charming for a certain few to display a heightened ego and confidence but considered repulsive for others? In this episode, Xavier Floyd and Kwesi Fields dive into a few reasons as to why it may be beneficial at times to have an elevated ego and confidence while it may hurt your progress in other instances.The Red Eye Podcast (Xavier's Podcast Series): https://open.spotify.com/show/6nDqud5... Youtube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRU8kT2tMrw&t=2061s Kwesi's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kwas_fieldsKwesi's Twitter: https://twitter.com/kwas_Fields
19 minutes | Jul 13, 2020
We Crave Enthusiasm - Episode 24
Enthusiasm is an intense feeling for something that can be developed overtime as an individual gets more familiar with a specific subject. Question is... what's the point of enthusiasm when interacting with our friends and associates?
70 minutes | Jun 15, 2020
The Key To Someone's Freedom - Episode 23
Guest: Red Lion Poetry ."You hold the key to someone else's freedom".It's not unusual to fear uncertainty especially when many of us already have our expectations for how we would like for things to occur throughout our lives. Not all of our expectations are met accordingly which results in instances in which we must develop an alternative plan. With so may risks at hand while trying such tasks, many are often discouraged from trying additional new and difficult tasks that may require a lot of energy and resources to complete. The actions that we take today can ultimately predetermine what that future may look like not just for ourselves but also for those around us that have the potential to be impacted.In this episode, Red Lion Poetry and Kwesi Fields introduce some ideas to how they handle challenging tasks that occur everyday while remaining hopeful for a bright future for themselves.
12 minutes | Jun 2, 2020
Love your fellow stranger.YouTube Link To This Episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UbSQMwa6Xm4
17 minutes | May 25, 2020
Which Do You Side With - Episode 22
Is it more effective to be an individual able to perform ALL tasks that you are met with at a mediocre level or is it more beneficial to be able to only perform a SINGLE specific task at a mastery level while performing poorly in ALL of your other given tasks? In this episode, Kwesi depicts a mental map to describe his thoughts on how it may be beneficial to identify as one type of individual over the other with both types of individuals.
20 minutes | May 18, 2020
Break Away From Social Media - Episode 21
HAPPY SEASON 3 PODCAST FAMILY!I wanted to personally thank you for listening, being so aggressively supportive and sharing these episodes with your friends and your loved ones. With every episode that I post, I'm constantly learning new skills of how to improve and be more effective in communicating my thoughts (which is obviously really important for a podcast in general). We're continuing with even more ideas for discussions so be sure to continue to listen and submit topic discussion ideas to email@example.com . THANK YOU!Social Media obviously has its pros and its cons. Like most people that use social media, I check my feeds regularly to keep up with updates. However, it has gotten to the point in which I check Twitter, and Instagram instinctively. Throughout this episode, I will be further discussing what this habit means to me and my personal experience with dealing with such a habit. - Kwesi
108 minutes | May 11, 2020
Just A Misunderstanding - Episode 20
Guest: Xavier Floyd .Problems may occur due to a lack of understanding or communication from at least 1 of 2 members involved in an interaction. These conflicts seem inevitable but what if there was a way to shorten their duration or possibly reduce their rate of occurrence. In this episode, Xavier Floyd and Kwesi Fields explain the importance of having solid communication among friends, strangers, and loved ones and how to achieve consistent communication without burning out.
23 minutes | May 4, 2020
Pattern Development For Quarantine - Episode 19
Why do patterns work so well and why are they so important in our development? Mastering or at least improving one's craft is doable through a series of continuous pattern like behaviors that help to shape your behavior. This is by no means an easy task but through a series of different strategies, developing realistic expectations and patterns for yourself doesn't have to be as strenuous. In this episode, Kwesi will be discussing some of these strategies that he personally uses.Email Topic Discussion Ideas: firstname.lastname@example.org
68 minutes | Apr 27, 2020
Self Care Comes First - Episode 18
Guest: Mara Nisnisan .If you're not readily taking care of yourself physically, mentally, and spiritually, who can you expect to do so?One of the hidden pre-requisites that we as humans require to continue living healthy lives is love which includes giving and receiving love. Self love supersedes both if you intend on showing others effective compassion and love while still retaining your own healthy state of being. Taking care of yourself goes further than just simply working hard and reaping the rewards for your efforts. Each individual is unique in what they may require to maintain their "inner joy" and healthy state. In this episode, Mara Nisnisan and Kwesi Fields dive further into personal experiences that they have had with tackling hardships while still catering to their self care needs. NOTE: We are not defining the term anxiety from a professional standpoint. We are NOT medical experts so if you would like to look further into any mental health subjects that may pertain to you, see a medical professional.
52 minutes | Apr 20, 2020
Gaining Confidence - Episode 17
Guest: Chris Dang .Walking into a situation in which the outcome may uncertain to you, if nothing else, your greatest advantage could be having the right amount of confidence in yourself. Is there such thing as too much confidence? How do you gain confidence? What does the process of gaining such confidence look like?In this episode, Chris Dang and Kwesi Fields share different perspectives of what confidence may look like as well as how they transitioned from a state of lesser confidence to where they are now.
19 minutes | Apr 12, 2020
3 Types of Everyday Problems - Episode 16
97 minutes | Apr 6, 2020
Take Yourself Seriously - Episode 15
Guest: Xavier Floyd .Investing in the growth of something such as a plant goes far beyond simply putting a seed into the ground hoping for a successful fruit bearing tree.We all inquire about common subjects when it comes to deciding whether or not we should act on a certain plan or idea. Similar questions may also be asked regarding that idea. "What am I willing to do that will help to ensure growth of whatever it is that I care about? What am I going to do now that will help to prepare myself for a more desirable future? How will I positively impact those around me? In this episode, high school friends Xavier Floyd and Kwesi Fields share a talk via phone call and attempt to go in depth with some of their memorable experiences as they continue with their different paths that will ultimately prepare them for a desirable future.Podcast Topic Discussions may be submitted to email@example.com .
14 minutes | Mar 30, 2020
Challenging Times - Episode 14
Times like this help to be an eye-opener for me whenever I find myself underappreciating my blessings such as quality time with my family. COVID-19 is the big discussion that's occurring right now and I hope that you guys are doing you're best to keep you and your loved ones in good health by continuing to properly sanitize yourselves and practicing social distancing (which includes avoiding trips to your best friend's house) for now. Continue to push yourself by tackling difficult tasks and projects that you might otherwise procrastinate and quit on. -Kwesi
20 minutes | Mar 22, 2020
I've Got a Short Attention Span - Episode 13
Everyone to an extent has several characteristics that they may consider to be weaknesses, one of which includes having a shorter than average attention span. Where does it come from? Why might it be a problem for some of us? How do work through distractions and maintain our focus? Kwesi has suggestions. Enjoy the episode podcast family!
19 minutes | Mar 15, 2020
Growth - Episode 12
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